Island Tours in Bohol, Boracay and Cebu
The Philippines is an archipelago of more than 7,000 unique islands. If you stay on only one of the main islands of Boracay, Cebu, or Bohol, you will miss out on more than 99.9% of them! As a result, most local and foreign tourists go “island hopping,” and go on tours of surrounding islands.
You will find not only unique landscapes and unique seascapes, but also unique structures and unique activities.
Boracay Island Tours:
Boracay is the Philippines’ top tourist destination. There is much to do on Boracay, but there is even more to do on its surrounding islands. Go to Laurel Island to do macro photography or ask about the legend of Laking Landos on Sibay Island.
Eat coconut crabs on the Caluya Islands or go cliff diving at Ariel’s Point in Buruanga, Aklan. Check out the historic lighthouse on Maniguin Island (less than 2 hours from Boracay), or explore the namesake caves of Crystal Cove Island. Furthermore, you can see why Crocodile Island is unique without even stepping foot on the island!
Cebu Island Tours:
Cebu is rich in Philippines history. From politics to religion, it all started here. But, venture beyond the historic landmarks and discover so much more.
Swim with whale sharks near Oslob or explore a wreckage at Talima. Eat at a stilt restaurant in Caw-oy after a morning island tour of the Pandanon Island ruins. Photograph the fish nursery at Santa Rosa and observe the gentle thresher sharks at Tingo Point. Furthermore, go snorkeling at the internationally-recognized marine sanctuary at Sumilon Island.
Bohol Island Tours:
Bohol is the Philippines’ 10th largest island. Although it has Tarsiers, the Chocolate Hills, and 1,400 caves, it also has 75 surrounding islands to explore. Go dolphin watching on your way to Virgin Island or see why another name for Cervera Shoal is “Snake Island.”
Don’t miss swimming alongside the human-sized sea turtles at Balicasag Island, and definitely don’t miss the Danajon Bank Double Barrier Reef! One of only six double barrier reefs in the entire world, marine life in the Pacific Ocean evolved at the Danajon Bank!