After a complimentary pick - up from your hotel, this tour takes you to the historic Blood Compact Shrine, a historical landmark commemorating the 1st Treaty of Friendship between the East and the West. Next, visit the centuries-old Baclayon Church & Museum, built in 1595.
En route to the Chocolate Hills, we will drive through the lush Mahogany Man-Made Forest and the green farmlands in Bilar and Batuan. In Bilar, visit a Butterfly Farm that showcases a variety of Philippine butterfly species. From a viewing deck on top of them, view the awesome cone-shaped hills known as the "Chocolate Hills" in the town of Carmen.
Drive back to Loboc for a 50-minute river cruise along nipa-lined river on board a native catamaran while lunch is served on board. The river cruise will surely relax both your body and mind as you view nature’s beautiful rolling hills, graceful coconut trees, and green nipa-palms lining the riverbanks. You may even get the chance to see a Tarsier, one of the worlds smallest primates with its gentle demeanor and large bulbous eyes. After the cruise, the tour takes you back to Tagbilaran, with a brief stop to see the backyard industries in Loay (nipa weaving and knife making).
For a different experience, the afternoon departure ends with a dinner on a floating restaurant on Loboc River. Cap the night with a river cruise on board a native catamaran.