MY 2nd time in Bohol... just a few week ago, we were in Bohol and it was my second time, and during this time, i volunteered to do the resevations in Bohol (resorts and tours) para if ever something unpleasant experience will occur, ill have to blame myself. hehe
From October ive been reading forums and reviews from blogs about Bohol and some tour guides. I came accross with Paul Incon, tried to contact them through email and they responded to my queries and handled our requests really well. I do appreciate the way they presented me their offers, it was neat, very inviting and artistic as well. The quotation page and itinerary is complete from all the important details that we need to know, they really emphasized whats included or not from their Hassle-free Package. I called Paul Incon the owner of Incon Tours just to make sure that he is gonna assign us to his best driver and told him about my 1st experience in Bohol and promised me that he's going to handle our group.
Paul Incon understands well about our concern so he designed an itinerary taht fits our likes/needs/wants for us to enjoy much without compromising the main reason why we travel and take a vacation. When i checked the IT that he designed for us, i give it a go because all the most important spots wre listed, and its not too hectic that we need to rush the tour plus he assigned our river cruising for the night cruise (but for this arrangement we need to add-up 200 per person from our normal package rate since the night cruise is expensive than day cruise)
Loboc Church (St. Peter Church, name taken from the vessel legazpi used in his voyage, older than baclayon, home to loboc childrens choir, believed to be the place where San Pedro Calungsod got his education, Colegio de Loboc is believed to be the first seminary in Visayas or even in whole asia.)
Hanging Bridge (if you are looking for cheaper souvenirs, the place offers real goodies)
Butterfly (we had our lunch and the food are also great + butterfly ice cream *wink Guides are funny but most of the jokes ay pabalik balik but still they have some new tricks under their sleeves, not lots of butterflies when its about to rain but luckily we avoided the rain!!!)
Chocolate Hills + ATV ( exciting way to enjoy and take a closer look with those hills )
Man-made Forest ( buwis buhay shot is kinda dangerous, but Paul explained to us that we will be able to hear if cars are coming so we give it a go go go...)
After the Forest, since we still have a lot of time before the dinner will be served @ 6:30, we went to the complex and got some malunggay ice cream in Bohol Bee farm Loboc branch then proceeded to a place where Paul describes as little Batanes and its called Morning Hills,
Morning Hills, although on our way up is a bit uncomfy because the road is quiet bumpy and rough but when we reached near the area, our eyes were amazed with what the view offers. its really spectacular. very relaxing, the air to breath is pure, clean, and therapeutic (hahahaha) kasi nakakawala ng stress...
We were so privileged that we took Incon Tour's services that because of them we were able to discover some new places in Bohol. And on top of that, the car we used this time is new, though kuya was using some air freshener gel that i really hated, he then disposed those gel.
Their rate is a bit higher (hundred peso difference) compared to kuya tatsky but we get the advantage of being well taken cared. We need not to worry about the entrance fees and municipal taxes, no need na pipila. ( relax na ralax lang and naka reserved na lahat) all you need to do when you get to every spot is to enjoy, have fun and discover.
The Night Cruise, ang GANDA!!!! i cant believe that im in Bohol, really, its like we are in other country, the lights are amazing, well blended sa nature, napaka relaxing, so romantic, the cool wind that blows to your face while youre cruising, what more you need? The food tastes good but there were not lots of menus to choose from. Anyway food can be found anywhere else, hehe and we travel not just also for the food but fro the experience and to blend with the locals.
On our way back to the resort, Paul made a stop somewhere really dark near a bridge and told us that the place has lots of ghosts. We freaked out, plus suddenly Paul opened the window and we cant stop our self from screaming but when i got to check whats outside? dem!!!! its so Nice and yes twas my first time to see a lot of little ghosts in a tree. hahahaha. This kind of experience is so great!!! WINNER ka KUYA PAUL...
PAMILACAN ISLAND DOLPHIN WATCHING....to be continued...