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Kayak Expedition - Bohol Island Philippines

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  • I just back from a recent krabi kayak expedition and so luv it!! wanna do a kayak expedition once a year.. I am planning for the above with a kayak expedition service provider.. I do not profit from gathering people to join me.. I will have to pay for the same price as everyone.. 


    after joining them for recent krabi kayak expedition and witnessing the effort they put in for the trip, i find the money is worth paying.. 

    The 6 days kayak expedition will cost SGD1,490 including all flights (budget airlines) and all/most meals.. please leave your hp contact, i will share more details thereafter..

    itinerary suitable for beginners be prepare to kayak approx 8 hours each day..

    ITINERARY (Subject to further adjustments)

    25 May (Thu) –

    Arrival in Bohol from Singapore. Pick up from ferry terminal to check-in at your resort near the capital city Tagbilaran. City Tour.

    Preparation for kayak expedition. Watch thousands of fireflies at night from a kayak!

    Stay: 3.5**** resort Facilities: Air-con, Swimming pool, wifi, restaurant, massage available. Meals: L/D

    26 May (Fri)

    Paddling the 2 churches is one of the classic Bohol kayak trail. From Tagbilaran, we trace the ancient coastline of Bohol to

    Dauis Church, which is an ancient Spanish church. We will have lunch at the church and eventually arrive at a Bee Farm.

    Stay: 4**** resort Facilities: Air-con, Swimming pool, wifi, restaurant, massage available. Meals: B/L/D

    27 May (Sat)

    A kayak crossing to Pamilacan Island (whaling village). The channel between Bohol and Pamilacan Island has numerous

    sightings of whales and dolphins, and hopefully we will see them along the way with our quiet kayaks. A large support boat is

    escorting us on this crossing. We will then spend the day exploring the interesting Pamilacan Island which has excellent

    snorkelling.

    Stay: 1* Homestay or wilderness camping Facilities: massage available. Meals: B/L/D

    28 May (Sun)

    From one amazing island to the next! We paddle to Balicasag Island - a fish and turtle sanctuary. The straits between

    Pamilacan and Balicasag is also known as Dolphin Straits. Enjoy a good seafood dinner !

    Stay: 3.5**** resort Facilities: Air-con, wifi, restaurant available. Meals: B/L/D

    29 May (Mon)

    Another fun island hopping journey today from Balicasag Island to Virgin Island, then to Panglao Island ! It’s a leisurely paddle

    to Alona Beach, the main tourist beach of Bohol! Dine at the al fresco restaurants along the beach and have a cold beer

    watching the beach life come alive.

    Stay: 3.5**** resort Facilities: Air-con, Swimming pool, wifi, restaurant, massage available. Meals: B/L

    30 May (Tue)

    Return Home !

    PRICE: $1,490 per person

    INCLUSIVE: 2 air tickets (SG-MNL-SG international air tickets, MNL-Bohol-MNL domestic air

    ticket), kayaks, paddles, PFDs, guides, local land and water transfers, guides, all

    accommodations, meals as indicated, water, safety boat, permits, and safety gear.


    Bohol Kayak Discovery

    One of the most marine diverse seas in our region, the Bohol sea supports big crustacean and mammals like whales, dolphins, whale sharks, manta rays, and is home one of the largest coral formations in the Philippines. It is a rich fishing ground that had been hunted by American whaling ships in the 1900s, and all 5 whaling villages in the Philippines are found in Bohol sea. Surrounding this rich Bohol sea are the islands of Negros Occidental, Cebu, Bohol, Siquijor, Camiguin, Apo, Panglao, Balicasag, Pamilacan, etc.

    Level : Beginner

    Highlights : Whales, dolphins, Manta, super clear waters, snorkeling, food, churches, fireflies




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