Getting to Bohol
To get to Bohol you can get the ferry from Cebu or Dumaguete. In Dumaguete we advise you to go around the corner to this place to buy your ocean jet ticket ( the left red started dot). No queue, no drama!
It costs about 700-800 pesos per person but you are in a aircon seating areas with set seats and a movie. To us it’s worth it!
The ferry from Bohol back to Cebu cost us 500 peso per person, 150 peso for a bag, 20 peso terminal fee.
The ticket office is just outside of the port and looks like this
Tagbilaran is the area where most backpackers stay.
Backpacker – Henry’s Hostel For a basic double bed private room for 2 nights being £32 (2400 peso) that’s £8 each a night. Not too bad.
Budget – Bohol Sunside resort– £27 a night for a studio. £14 per person
Luxury– Henann Resort– this is £££ a night but if you walk round to the beach side, they let you drink in the bar and if they aren’t looking, jump in the pool!
Shaka – Best veggie food in the area!
Outback – the Nachos were to die for
Always take cash on trips for extras/lunch/water
Day trips from Tagbilaran 700 peso – includes dolphin watching, snorkelling on Balicasag Island pictured below ( gear included ) turtle watching, sandbar called Virgin island.
Firefly watching- on a boat or kayak
Loboc river tour – lunch and tribe dancing