We meet in Cebu to take advantage of the international airport but the next day we are off to Bohol by boat. We ride directly from the dock to explore this unique island that is home to the big-eyed tarsiers, terraced ride fields and languid rivers. We head to the more remote resort town of Anda and then explore the white sands of Alona Beach on the southern tip of Panglao Island.
Day 1: We’ll pick you up in Cebu at Mactan International Airport and bring you to the hotel. In the evening we will have a trip meeting and dinner.
Day 2: A morning boat ride takes us to Bohol and we ride on a quiet dirt road past villages and terraced rice fields to the Tarsier Sanctuary to visit these nocturnal creatures. Then we are back on the bikes and cruise down to the picturesque Loboc River.
Day 3: We start the day with an uphill climb before the terrain evens out until the end of the day when there is yet one more uphill to our hotel. We ride through a Mahogany forest and visit a butterfly garden and the world-famous Chocolate Hills.
Day 4: A tough start to the day with a 6 km climb, followed by a great downhill of 20 km! We cycle on a coastal road to our beachside resort in Anda.
Day 5: Today is yours to rest or to explore the beautiful beaches of Anda. One option would be to visit Lamanok island and the several anthropologically important cave paintings – made with bare hands – that date back tens of thousands of years.
Day 6: Today we cycle through rural Bohol, seeing rice fields to our left and right. After 50 km we’ll get into the vehicle and transfer 1 hour to the town of Bilar. Back on the bikes, we cycle to Inambacan Falls where we can have a dip in the crystal clear pools.
Day 7: Another day of great coastal riding. We’ll stop in the town of Baclayon and take a look at the stone church, considered one of the oldest in the Philippines. We will end the day at yet another stunning beach, this one is known for its white sands.
Day 8: Today we take a ferry to Siquijor and ride to take a dip at the refreshing Cambugahay Waterfalls.
Day 9: Today we circumnavigate Siquijor and enjoy cycling the coastal road as we stop along the way and visit the St. Isidore Convent, known as the biggest convent in the whole of Asia.
Day 10: Cycle Siquijor’s “Highlands” to visit the heart of this mysterious island. Some serious climbs await but once we reach Mount Bandilaan National Park we have a spectacular downhill.
Day 11: After a short undulating ride we ferry to Dumaguete on Negros Island and cycle around 20 km. Then take another short ferry ride across the Tañon Strait, known for whale and dolphin watching, to Cebu, where we ride along the coast to Moalboal.
Day 12: Today we cross narrow Cebu Island to CarCar City. In Carcar we hop into our support vehicle which brings us back to our hotel in Cebu where we’ll have our farewell dinner.
Day 13 : Time to say goodbye to Cebu. We will drop you at the Mactan International Airport.
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Tour Price Included
• English speaking cycle guide on the whole trip.
• Meals as mentioned on detail itinerary (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner).
• Accommodations based on twin share standard room
• All transfers and transport are comfortable with air-conditioned vehicles.
• Transports bus and truck for group
• Sightseeing fees included on guided tours.
• All activities as indicated on the detailed itinerary.
• Boat trip on a tour
Tour Price Excluded
• International flights.
• Admissions fees during free time, optional activity.
• Bike rental and helmet
• Visas & visa fee.
• Travel insurance.
• Tips & gratuities.
• Personal expenditure like shopping, drinking, laundry, phone.
Health & Fitness required:
It is easy to moderate and suitable for all active travelers but not for heart, and high blood pressure problem travelers.
You will be welcomed at your hotel or at the airport
Mactan International Airport.
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