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Visayas 4 Islands: Cebu, Bohol, Panglao and Balicasag
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Visayas 4 Islands: Cebu, Bohol, Panglao and Balicasag

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On this 10-day tour visiting 5 islands of the Visayas region, you can enjoy seeing the most significant of the island of Cebu, sites such as the Minor Basilica of the Holy Child, The Fort of San Pedro, Museums with historical relics, etc. ..<br>On the island of Bohol, you will see the Tarsier, considered the smallest monkey in the world, you will visit a greenhouse with a large variety of butterflies, you can observe the famous Chocolate Hills from the top of a mountain, and you will feel an explorer cruising with Buffet included by the Loboc River.<br>On the island of Panglao you will rest on the paradisiacal beaches of Alona beach, White beach or Dumaluan beach.<br>And visit and swim in the crystal clear waters of the Hinagdanan cave.
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ed M wrote a review Mar 2020
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One of the must visit in Siargao. A number of water activities and watching people trying to jump off the diving board is pure entertainment. It gets too crowded at times.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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SamuelHarvey wrote a review Jan 2020
Manila, Philippines262 contributions76 helpful votes
First and foremost, I saw 'expeditions / tours' from Gen. Luna charging as much as USD150 per person for a day trip in the lagoon... I strongly suggest that you simply go there by yourself and ask the counter to provide you with a boatman (max 6 per Bangkas). There's plenty of boats and you can join others if needed. We were 4 adults and paid PHP2,800 total. Second, the 1-hour ride in Bangka from Del Carmen to the lagoon would have been lovely if it wasn't from the excruciating noise the engine was making. I would recommend bringing ear plug to circumvent this unpleasant experience. To tell you how bad it was, the four of us had blocked ears for at least 30 minutes when we arrived at the lagoon. Once there, you need to expect a typical Southeast Asian tourist attraction: everything cost something; overcrowded and not sustainable; selfie addicts everywhere on the platform; no trash collection; coral is 90% dead. Nonetheless, we manage to snorkel outside the crowds and saw small schools of needle fish, cardinal fish, parrot fish and clown fish - nothing you cannot see anywhere else in the Philippines. The next islands included in the tour were even more touristic, and notably had a price for a table / hut that can easily make you hate the Philippines. Nonetheless, the food was decent and the seafood fresh.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Ketan T wrote a review Dec 2019
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Such a great experience. The lagoon is a lot smaller in person. Jumping off the dive board is great fun. However the lagoon has the saltiest water I have ever experienced. We went paddle boarding when we went. Was so much fun. However be warned there are jellyfish and stonefish. Other than that the water is really nice and a great photography location
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Date of experience: December 2019
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gdsshanghai wrote a review Nov 2019
Shanghai119 contributions13 helpful votes
This is one of the things you must do when you are in Siargao. First you need to go all the way to Del Carmen, around 45 minutes from General Luna. Then once at Del Carmen go to the pier and hire a banka. After 30 minutes of boating enjoying the mangrove, amazing scenery and the engine noise you’ll get to Sugba Lagoon, an amazing place for kayaking, paddling, jumping/diving, swimming or whatever you are inspired to do.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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littlebopeeep wrote a review Sep 2019
Manila, Philippines269 contributions12 helpful votes
as part of our package tour, we came around opening time, 9am-ish. had to ride a boat for about 30mins? the famous plank looks high from the pics you see online but in reality it's really not that high unless you're scared of heights. but the jump is worth it. must try. i didn't try the stand up paddle because you have to complete the 1 hour. so we just rented the diving stuff, which turned out to be unnecessary. fun place for group of friends. :)
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Date of experience: August 2019
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