Bohol is a large island in the Central Visayas, a region of the Philippines which also includes the entire island of Cebu and the Negros Oriental province of the island of Negros. Bohol is a great dive destination and easily accessible with a short flight from Manila.

Bohol is famous for its Chocolate Hills, Alona Beach, and of course its superb diving. Bohol's dive sites are home to healthy coral and the plethora of unique underwater sights the Philippines is known for, including frogfish, ghost pipefish, pelagics, large schools of fish, manta rays, and even schooling hammerheads.

What To Do

Culture & Local Customs

How To Get There

GUM to MNL: Avoid an overnight in Manila by taking the SAT/SUN/WED morning flight UA191. You'll arrive in Manila approx 9am with lots of time to make a domestic connection.
MNL to TAG: Connect to Philippine Airlines early afternoon flight PR2777 to get to Tagbilaran, Bohol by 4pm.


TAG to MNL: We recommended Philippine Airlines afternoon flight PR2778 to Manila.
MNL to GUM: United flight UA184 departs every day between 10-1130pm and arrives in Guam 4-530am the following morning.

Transfers to/from the Tagbilaran Airport (TAG) will be included in your travel package. Travel time is about 30min by car.


"Ph locator map bohol" by Eugene Alvin Villar (seav) - English Wikipedia.

When To Go

Permits & Fees