We started the tour at 8 A.M. and ended around 6 P.M. We were all tired by the end of the tour but we had an awesome time exploring new places and it left us wonderful memories to keep. Our friendly and outgoing tour guide also served as our photographer. He did a great job in taking photos of us specially at the man- made Mahogany forest. It was quite challenging but fun as there were vehicles passing through the highway while we were doing our wacky poses. lol! We did everything from jump shots to getting on the ground. My cousin even lay down in the middle of the road. ( yeah! He was that crazy! lol!) Our guide was quick to snap photos and would yell if a vehicle was coming so we could stay away from the road. If he wasn’t satisfied with the picture, he would take another shot. He was that meticulous about taking photos. He knows the best angle to take good shots. I was very satisfied with his service that’s why I promised him that I’ll mention him on my blog and will recommend to family and friends touring Bohol. And so again, his contact details are at the end of this post for anyone interested.
Blood Compact Monument
Baclayon Church- Oldest stone church in Bohol
Loboc River Cruise- floating restaurant with musical entertainment on board
All you can eat buffet lunch while cruising along the river which lasted about 1 hour
Hanging Bridge- this leads to a souvenir shop.
Man-made Mahogany forest
Bohol countryside tour guide: Paul Bernard Incon