Pamilacan Island Dolphin and Whale Watching Tours

Phone: 038 540 9279

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038 540 9279
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whales.bohol.ph
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National Highway, Philippines BOH, 6301
 

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Experience 's the amazing beauty and unspoiled countryside, where culture blends the gift of nature through Pamilacan Tours.Here, you will visit the Blood Compact Commemorative Shrine and view the spot where the Spaniards and the Filipinos fostered friendly relations through blood. Few kilometers away from the Blood Compact shrine is the old stone along with its religious relics dating back to the early 16th century inside the museum. Witness also as the men and women made the Nipa leaves into roofing materials. Very near to the bolo making is the Clarin Ancestral House in Loay. Here you will visit a typical Boholano home, which was declared by the National Historical Institute as a heritage site. In the town of you will have an encounter of the Tarsier, the smallest primates in the world along the .Going further to the interior of the island you will pass the man made forest shared by the town of and Bilar. Feel the coolness of the air and view the awesome display of the thousands mahogany trees painstakingly planted by the people. In the central of the island Bohol lies the Chocolate Hills spread in the town of , Batuan and Sagbayan. Feast your eyes on the breathtaking work of nature, with the one thousand two hundred sixty eight (1,268) haycock hills, which turn brown during, dry season.Sumptuous lunch will be served at the floating restaurant along the Loboc and Loay. While cruising view the majestic panorama of Nipa palm plantation along river. You may also, go and watch whales and dolphins in their natural habitat with the locals of Pamilacan. Each of these crafts is furnished with seats and roofing, and equipped with life vests. You will be accompanied by skilled spotters whose familiarity with the area also makes them excellent guides. Resident dolphins and small whales can be found all year round. For more info please see us or email us at [email protected]

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    Experience 's the amazing beauty and unspoiled countryside, where culture blends the gift of nature through Pamilacan Tours.Here, you will visit the Blood Compact Commemorative Shrine and view the spot where the Spaniards and the Filipinos fostered friendly relations through blood. Few kilometers away from the Blood Compact shrine is the old stone along with its religious relics dating back to the early 16th century inside the museum. Witness also as the men and women made the Nipa leaves into roofing materials. Very near to the bolo making is the Clarin Ancestral House in Loay. Here you will visit a typical Boholano home, which was declared by the National Historical Institute as a heritage site. In the town of you will have an encounter of the Tarsier, the smallest primates in the world along the .Going further to the interior of the island you will pass the man made forest shared by the town of and Bilar. Feel the coolness of the air and view the awesome display of the thousands mahogany trees painstakingly planted by the people. In the central of the island Bohol lies the Chocolate Hills spread in the town of , Batuan and Sagbayan. Feast your eyes on the breathtaking work of nature, with the one thousand two hundred sixty eight (1,268) haycock hills, which turn brown during, dry season.Sumptuous lunch will be served at the floating restaurant along the Loboc and Loay. While cruising view the majestic panorama of Nipa palm plantation along river. You may also, go and watch whales and dolphins in their natural habitat with the locals of Pamilacan. Each of these crafts is furnished with seats and roofing, and equipped with life vests. You will be accompanied by skilled spotters whose familiarity with the area also makes them excellent guides. Resident dolphins and small whales can be found all year round. For more info please see us or email us at [email protected]

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