Me and my boyfriend made a ‘pact’ that we will not celebrate monthsaries. Instead, we will save money to celebrate memorably our anniversary. How? Travel! Our first anniversary celebration was supposedly in Boracay, but due to insufficient funds, we decided to celebrate it in our favorite city – DAVAO. And also, our anniversary is also my birthday. 🙂 Check my blog post about our Mountain to Shore Adventure in Davao (Part 1) here (Part 2).
So for our second anniversary, we’re going to the Queen City of the South – Cebu. We actually had a very long time deciding whether to have a side trip to Bohol or just Cebu alone because Franz is very much concern about the budget and earthquake remains. Until 2 weeks before the planned trip, Franz finally conceded for us to go to Bohol. So, I am sharing to you a DIY budget friendly trip to Cebu and Bohol for 4 days and 3 night for TWO!
This is my very first time to create a DIY Itinerary without any initial idea about the place. I have never been to Cebu for a local tour, only for connecting flights and ferry stop-overs. So, I did rigid research how to go and where to go.
DAY 1: CEBU
Since I was still that time in CDO, I need to travel from CDO to Davao for 9 hours at night. (I have computed the expenses and considering the time if I fly from CDO to Cebu, so I opted to take the flight from Davao. And considering that it will be our first flight together.
We arrived in Cebu at 10:00 am. We commuted to Marina Mall in Mactan. There are jeepneys in the airport. You can also ride taxis but definitely, they cost more. We left our baggage in Save More (but they told us it is not allowed. Use your tactics.) We had a budget lunch trying the ‘ngohiong’.
After a quick lunch, we commuted and rode a jeepney to Mactan Shrine. Just ask any security guard in the Marina Mall. They will tell you what jeepney to hop on.
We traveled back to Marina Mall to get our baggage. We crossed the road from and took a jeepney to Pavillion Mall. From Pavillion Mall, we rode another jeepney to Colon St. And we finally checked-in at La Guardia Hotel for only P500 per night. We rested for a while and we are ready to take the City Walking Tour. From our hotel, we walked along Colon Street until we reached the Basilica. From there, you can also visit at Magellan’s Cross and Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral which are very near at the Basilica. In the middle of the tour, we had a quick snacks at McDonalds fronting Magellan’s Cross.
From Colon St, my travel guide said that Crown Regency is just walking distance. So, we walked. I didn’t expect that the distance isn’t really walking at all, or maybe I was just too tired that time. But nevertheless, we enjoyed walking along the busy street of Cebu.
We have availed the promo of Crown Regency P900.00/head for the 3 activities: 6D Theater, Skywalk, Edge Coaster and a buffet dinner at Sparks Restobar. Truly, worth it!
It was really a happy birthday to me. 🙂
Around 10pm, we went to Metro Gaisano which is very near to our hotel to meet my best friend John. And I invited him to join in our Bohol the next day. We rested around 11pm.
DAY 2: BOHOL
We woke up early to catch-up an early trip to Bohol via Tubigon Port. The ticket costs P175 per person. It was an amazing race for us because we arrived exactly when the bus bound to the ferry to take us to Bohol is about to leave. We are the last person to buy the tickets and hurriedly ran to the boarding area and yes, we are on! Very thrilling indeed!
While on the ferry, we hurriedly contact someone who could accommodate us for a countryside tour. And good thing, there’s someone who answered our call and message and agreed to fetch us from Tubigon (so he need to travel from Tagbiliran to Tubigon, that is an hour.) The person asked us if we can wait for an hour since we will arrived around 9am because he needs to travel from Tagbilaran. And we agreed. That is P2000 whole day exclusive tour for the three of us inclusive of fetch from port to Panglao Island.
While waiting for our hired driver, we had our breakfast at Tubigon Market. And finally, we met Kuya Roni. Kuya Roni is our driver/tourist guide.
I bought the hat I am wearing in the picture for P100 at the Blood Compact Site. Perfect for the Pnaglao OOTD. 🙂
So from Tubigon, our itinerary was Chocolate Hills, Butterfly Sanctuary, Man-made Forest, Tarsier Sanctuary, Hanging Bridge, Lunch at Loboc River Cruise, Baclayon Church and Blood Compact Site.
Entrance for Chocolate Hills is P50.00 per person.
Entrance for the Butterfly Sanctuary is P35.00 with tourist guide. We enjoyed the very delicious Ice cream sold at their souvenir shop. Worth a try!
No entrance fee because this is just along the road. Be sure to be cautious of the passing fast vehicles that you cannot see from a far because of the blind curves.
Tarsier Sanctuary entrance is P60.00. Hanging Bridge is P20.00.
Lunch per head at Loboc River Cruise is P400.00 per head.
No entrance fees at Baclayon Church and Blood Compact Site. Around 4pm, Kuya Roni took us to Panglao Island and helped us look for a cheap place to stay. We finally saw Bohol Sea Breeze after 4 tries. 🙂 P900 for a night good for 3. It is not along the beach side but it is just okay because beachfront hotels and inns are quite expensive. We rested for a while and when the sun already set down. We went out to check the famous Panglao Beach.
My most favorite activity is walking at the shore at night. We had a barbeque dinner and a bit of chilling out with some beer and a reggae mix by a local band. Perfect combination of sea, sand, lights, music and persons you love.
DAY 3: BACK TO CEBU
We woke up early and excited to soak at Panglao pristine white beach. We just left our things at the shore and enjoyed the beach. Too bad that according to the boatman, we should be careful because of the jellyfish around. Around 9:30 am because the sun is already up. We went back to the inn and have our breakfast P180 or the 3 of us. We packed up and went back to the beach to take pictures. We asked the owner of the inn how can we travel back to the port and he said that we need to take a bus at Tagbiliran Terminal to Tubigon. We hired his tricycle for P200 for the 3 of us to take us to the terminal. The bus is at P75 per head to Tubigon and we had a promo fare of P150 ferry boat to Cebu. We had our late lunch at Tubigon Market.
We left Bohol around 3pm and arrived around 5pm. We went to La Guardia Hotel but unfortunately there are no vacant rooms for us. Actually, this was the most stressful part of the trip because we spent time and money looking for hotel. Until we reach Gran Prix Hotel, fronting Sampaguita Suites neat Summit Circle, for P1000 a night. Anyhow, the tiredness was disregarded because their service is good with welcome drinks and accommodating staff.
We are then excited to our most favorite thing to do – food tripping. I have research good places where to eat in Cebu. So, we just asked the hotel staff how to go to Lahug. Good thing, we will just ride a jeepney right in front of our hotel. We went to IT Park. We walked around and found a mini-BGC. We went also to the famous La Vie Parissiene and met some of our fellow Midsayapenos who were working their. We had some champagne and french pastries. We were full yet we don’t have any plans to stop the food trip. We went to Pizza Republic and enjoyed the DIY Pizza. Around 11pm, we went back to the hotel because I am already too tired.
We woke up around 7:00 am and ready for a tour at Taoist Temple. When you go to Cebu, you should not forget going to the famous post-card picture, Taoist Temple. John offered us a tour there. We rode a jeepney just in front of our hotel. You can signage of Taoist Temple along Lahug road. We stopped in the signage and crossed the road. We hired a motorcycle to take us up to the Temple. P20 per head. It was a long-walk from the unloading area of motorcycle but differently worth it as you can also see the overlooking Cebu City.
After Taoist Temple, we went to Ayala Mall for sightseeing and went to Larsian for late brunch. We went to Shamrock store at the Summit Circle to buy pasalubong and finally, back to the hotel to check-out. Around 11:30 am, we rode a taxi (John paid for us) and went to SM City to spend the remaining hours before our flight. We left our baggage at the passengers’ lounge. We roamed around have some chill time at Cobo Milk Tea Shop.
Around 2:30pm, we rode a taxi bound to Mactan Airport for only P90. And finally, we say thank you to Cebu and Bohol for an awesome and memorable experience. We will for sure come back!
Our total expenses per head is P4500 inclusive of all the hotel accommodation, food, tours, sky experience at Crown Regency, jeepney and taxi fare. Exclusive of airfare. you can minimize this with your hotel accommodation, since I told you earlier that we had a hard time looking for hotel in Panglao and Cebu on our Day 2 and also with the taxi fares. And we had a lot of food trip and we allowed ourselves to splurge on food and pasalubong. Inclusive of our ticket P6250/head for 4 days and 3 nights all in for Cebu and Bohol.
In case you have questions, please do not hesitate to comment in this post. And please also like my facebook page to view our photos in Cebu and Bohol adventure. Thank you for reading! Upcoming post for my Oslob Adventure with my friends.
For those who are asking Kuya Roni’s Number, here it is:
185 thoughts on “4 Days and 3 Nights Budget DIY Itinerary Cebu-Bohol (Updated: June 2017)”
Nice joba… very informative blog. I like the idea of walking from basilica to fuente (lol) maybe when the sun is hiding from the clouds. Hahaha. Keep it up!
Thank you very much for reading it! If only I knew that we have different definition of walking distance. Hahahaha! God bless you manonglatagaw! More power! 🙂
Hi kau lng b ng ayos ng tour nio or u use agency im planning to go to cebu bohil this aug agencies are giving me worth 13kp er head for 4days ung itenerary nia d mgnda walamg ggwin sa 1st day
Hi Mae! Ako lang nag-ayos ng itinerary namin. hehe. Medyo mahal nga talaga sa mga travel agency! 🙂
hello, i would like to ask if u have contact number to the driver cause we wanted to have a summer vacation in bohol.thank u
Hi Richel! Thanks for sending me email. Replied already! 🙂
Hi , i would like to ask if you have a contact number of your driver (Kuya Roni) cause we also like to ask him if he could do a tour for us in bohol. I sent you an email. 🙂 Thank you Joberlyn!
Hi John! Did you receive my reply?
Hi, May i also know the contact number of Kuya? Thanks!
Hi sis .. i have read your blog … could you please give me the number of kuya roni .. (the tourist guide) ? thanks dear … :-* nice blog!
please kindly pm me in this acc. firstname.lastname@example.org .. for more info about your travel in cebu. Thanks!
Hi do you still have the no. Of kuya roni?para siya nalang rin contacn namin once go to bohol.
Hi Paula! Hope you can send me email through email@example.com so I can attach their his calling card. 😊
Hi do you still have the no. ni kuya roni? para siya nalang rin contact namin pa go namin sa bohol hehe thanks! If you dont mind pls email me thru firstname.lastname@example.org thanks
Hi 1st time DORA and DORO d adventurer in Cebu, I’ve seen utr itinerary and its nice… would you able to make a simple itinerary for me for a 16k budget? my plan is cebu and oslob we shall arrive at night at mactan airport around 9pm is ti okay to go ahead straight to oslob when we arrive?
Nice joba. Very informative blog. I like the idea of walking from basilica to crown regency (lol) maybe when the sun is hiding from the clouds. Hehehe. Keep it up!
Hi I would like to know sino yun contact nyo nung nag countryside tour kayo sa bohol? kindly email me the info please, I would like to message you sana in fb but it will go to your “Other” folder kaya I wrote here instead. Thanks.
Sorry for replying late. Please email me at email@example.com so I can send your the contact details. Thanks you! 🙂
Hi, can you give me contact number of Kuya Roni, your tour guide/driver in Bohol? we’ll have our Cebu-Bohol trip this coming Nov.
Hello! May I just ask your contact on your Bohol tour? Hehe. Can you please email the details? Please 🙂 I’ve read your blog and thanks, so informative. Me and my friends are planning to borrow your DIY itinerary sana hihi thank you!
Hi! No problem. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can send you the details. 🙂 Thank you for reading it. I really hope this will help you. 🙂
Hi! Your blog was really helpful. I would like to use it as reference for our upcoming Cebu-Bohol trip. May I also ask the contact details of your tour guide? Thanks!
Hi Rakee, thank you for taking time to read my blog. Really appreciate it. 🙂 I would be glad if you can send me an email so I can give you the details. 🙂 Just send your email at email@example.com Thank you!!! 🙂
Hi! I would also like to know kung sino yung contact nyo nung nag countryside tour kayo sa Bohol. I emailed you already. Thanks in advance for answering.
Hi! Did you buy your Stracraft tickets bound to Bohol ahead of time or just went straight to the port and buy the tickets on the day itself?
Hi @kidwanderer! We just bought on the day itself. Our schedule trip was 7am and we arrived at the port minutes before the craft will leave. We hurriedly pay at the cashier and ran to the gate. 🙂
When you were in Bohol, was the Php 2000 inclusive of the entrance fees or was it just the payment for the tour guide & van rental?
Hi @kidwanderer! It is exclusive of the entrance fees. No more payment for the tourist guide. :))
Thank you so much for answering! Your blog really helped me plan out our itinerary 🙂
You’re welcome @kidwandered! God bless you on your trip. 🙂
hi can I ask the contact number of your tourguide in bohol
does that include the van rental?
Yes. 🙂 It did. 🙂
hi, can you also please send me your contacts in bohol? firstname.lastname@example.org
Your blog is highly informative. Thanks
Hi @joeychuramoi! Just email me at email@example.com
Sa la guardia hotel din ba kayo nagstay? Ppunta kasi kami ng cebu this friday, and 1st day itinerary namin is City Tours then in the evening sky adventure okay naman siguro yun noh? Ginagaya ko kasi yung itinerary mo for cebu 🙂 thanks!
Hi Anika! Yup sa La Guardia Hotel kmi nagstay. 🙂 Pero nong pagkabalik nmin sa Gran Prix Hotel na. :))
Hi po. May I ask kung sino po yung contact niyo dun sa Bohol trip niyo? Me and my partner are going to cebu-bohol next year. Gusto ko din sana katuilad nalang sa itinerary niyo. Thank you po.
Hi, is it okay if i will take Bohol return flight to Manila instead of returning to Cebu from Bohol?
Yes Richelle. that would be better. 🙂
I really find this post very informative. I just booked a flight to cebu for two for 4d3n. We have to do our tours DIY since it would cost the two of us a lot if we will contact a travel agency.
I might try your itinerary, thanks for sharing! 🙂
You’re welcome Criselda! God bless you on your trip! For sure you’ll enjoy Cebu! 🙂
Hi can we have your contact for the bohol tour? Were planning a trip next year. Tnx in advance.
Hi Arlene! I can give you the contact number of our tour guide. 🙂
thank you very much for sharing your experiences in cebu and bohol.
my friend and i are planning to go to these places in january (next year), and though it’s quite early, we have already booked our ticket.
can you kindly give us the contact number(s) of your tour guide(s)?
thank you very much!
more happy trips to you and your boyfriend (^^,)
Hi! This one is very informative. Can I have the contact of your tour guide in Bohol? Is it really 2000 php, nothing more? Thank you in advance for your reply. 😊
Hi! Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can send to you their contact number. 🙂
It was nice reading your blog. Very interesting! 🙂 I would like to us sana if magkano ung estimated overall budget for 4d3n in cebu katulad po sa inyo since first time po namin magttravel ng medyo malayo ng partner ko. Hihi. We’re from Cavite po. Thanks po sa response in advance. God bless!
Hi Nikki,! Thanks for reading my blog! I have indicated in my blog that we spend 6500 per person but that’s inclusive of the airfare. It will change based on your airfare. tThe 6500 also include Bohol activities. But if you will just go to Cebu for the whole 4 days I guess it will be cheaper. 🙂
This is so nice! I Just booked a flight to cebu just this moment and will follow your itinerary. Could you give me the number of the person who assisted you on your tour on bohol? Thanks!
Can i also ask for your contact person in bohol? here’s my email address email@example.com
Hi! May i know how much did you pay for the ferry fee? And contact na rin po sa bohol tour nyo. We’re going to cebu on feb and planning on a diy trip as well. Your blog is very helpful. Thanks. 😊
thanks for this blog. pwede ko din ba mahingi yung contact mo sa bohol? :)) amaraming salamat.
Can i also get your contact for Bohol Tour?
Thank you 🙂
Hi Yehlen! please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can send to you the details. 🙂
Hi Joberlyn, 🙂 Good morning. 🙂 i cant sleep while reading your blog. It help us a lot. 🙂 May I ask the contact in Bohol? How much did you spent in Panglao? 🙂 Thanks. Balak namin na 1day lang sa Bohol pati na sa Panglao. Hehe any advise? 😉 Thanks a lot. GOD BLESS😉 .
Hi Maila, Wow! Thanks a lot! please email me at email@example.com so I can send to you the details. 🙂
Can i also get your contact for Bohol Tour?
thank you and God Bless!
Hi Mj! please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can send to you the details. 🙂
Bongga Joba.. Salamat sa imong Blog. haha., Learned a lot. Mwahh
Thanks Yaaaaan!! 🙂
Hi! Thanks for the info. Impressive! Mau i know if you still have kuya Ronis # in bohol. I would love to hire himon our tour on jan.
Hi Nina, please email me at email@example.com so I can send to you the details. 🙂
Good afternoon. Thanks for your blog it’s so informative. Anyways, my family and I are visiting Cebu and Bohol this December. We highly need a van rental for Bohol tour because of the kids. Can I have the contact details of your tour guide in Bohol plus van rental? It would be a big help. Thanks and more power!
Here’s my email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Minerva, please email me at email@example.com so I can send to you the details. 🙂
How were you able to avail Crown Regency’s 999 Promo? Btw, your blog is very informative! Using your blog as a reference to create our DIY itinerary for our upcoming Cebu-Bohol trip! 🙂
Hi Alyssa! Thank you very much. I just researched from their Facebook page. 🙂
Informative blog, planning to go there next year, kindly give Roni’s contact number please. Please reply at my email thru firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Jhakie! please email me at email@example.com so I can send to you the details. 🙂
Hi, may i ask if hm did you pay for the hired ride during ur tour in bohol? Tnx
Hi Ana! It’s only 2000 pesos. 🙂
hello! Can I have the contact number of your tour guide in bohol? thanks
Hi Grapes, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can send to you the details. 🙂
hi…me, my cousin and her friend will go to cebu this feb…can you give me the details of your contact person…
I really love the pictures and the places you’ve been…😍😍😍
Hi Rene, please email me at email@example.com so I can send to you the details. 🙂
Nice blog, so helpful for people who want a DIY vacation tour in Cebu. Can you share to me your contact in bohol, we will be there on sat. Thanks!
Nice blog! very helpful for people who wants a DIY vacation tour in Cebu. Can you please share to me your contact in bohol. We will be in cebu this sat. Thanks and keep it up 🙂
Hi Che, I would be glad if you will send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can send you the contact number. 🙂
Nice blog! Very helpful for people who wants a DIY vacation tour in Cebu. Can you please share to me your contact in Bohol. We will be in Cebu this sat. Thanks 🙂
Hi Cheche, please email me at email@example.com so I can send to you the details. 🙂
Hi! Thank you for the informative blog. Can i have the contact details of your tourist guide in bohol? Thanks much
Hi Jordana. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can send to you the jpg file. 🙂
Hi! How were you able to get the 900deal for the Crown Regency SkyExperience? 🙂
I just got it from their Facebook page. 🙂
Thank you for your blog super informative! Please can I have the contact details of your tour guide. Thank you po. here’s my email add, email@example.com
Hi Carla! Please email me so I can send to you the number in jpg file. 🙂
Hi just read ur blog i already emailed u about ur contacts sa bohol tour pls help thankyou
Hi Drew! I hope you already received my email. 🙂
Hi there! Really find this blog highly informative.. Can you also send me the contact details of your tour guide/ driver in Bohol? Also planning a trip here. Thanks ahead! 🙂
Hi Irish! Thank you for very kind words. I would be glad if you will send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can send you the contact number. 🙂
hi! I’ll be on Cebu next month, I am happy to read this, but in that Bohol trip , I am interested, is there any contact in that Bohol tour. Thanks
Hi Annavy, I would be glad if you will send me an email at email@example.com so I can send you the contact number. 🙂
Hi, Do you still have the contact number of your driver/tour guide in bohol? Thank you! 🙂
Hi Mj! Yes, I still have. Please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi! We are planning a trip to cebu on December. I was wondering if we could include Bohol. How long is the trip to Bohol from Cebu? and is it advisable for us to do a diy itinerary, the cheapest tours and accommodation i could find is at 5k coz we already have our promo fare to Cebu. Would you give us your contact person & his number for bohol tours or cebu tours so i’d know what to do. I was assigned to plan on this trip. Thanks for your help.
Hi Vivian! The trip is approximately 2 hours. Yes. We did the tour on our own in Cebu but in Bohol, we hired a van because commuting in Bohol is quiet hard. Please send me an email so I can give you their the number. 🙂 Thank you Vivian!
Hi, I sent you an email regarding your blog. Thank you! 😀
Hi JC! I replied to your email. Let me know if you got it. 🙂
Hello I already emailed you. Please send me also the contact number for your Bohol Tour. Will be travelling this Friday though. My email was email@example.com. Thanks. More power to your very informative blog. 😀
Hi Leslie, I already replied to your email. Thank you!! 🙂
Thank you for sharing your itinerary! I’ve been trying to do a DIY countryside trip too, but I’m having difficulty determining the mode of transpo from one spot to the other.
Would be sending you an email to get your tour guide contact. 🙂
Thanks in advance!
Hi Jem, let me know if I have already responded to your email. 🙂
Hello, please send me your contact on the bohol day tour. Send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org. thanks! Good job on your blog, very informative. 🙂
Hi Joy, thank you for taking time to read my blog. Really appreciate it. 🙂 I would be glad if you can send me an email so I can give you the details. 🙂 Just send your email at email@example.com Thank you!!! 🙂
Hi Miss Joberlyn! I’ve recently sent you an email regarding your blog. Wanted to get some information if you don’t mind. Thank you 🙂
Hi Erica, thank you for taking time to read my blog. Really appreciate it. 🙂 Let me know if I have already replied to your email. 🙂
Haha! Nag enjoy akong magbasa. Since first timer lang din namin na pupunta from manila to cebu to tagbilaran to manila on July 9, 2016 o July 12, 2016. Salamat talaga sa mga informations.
Ano po bang fb account nyo? Or should i say na paki-add na lang po ako joy flaviano-de jesus
Ano rin po contact details ni Ronnie?
Hi Joy, thank you for taking time to read my blog. Really appreciate it. 🙂 I would be glad if you can send me an email so I can give you the details about Kuya Ronnie. 🙂 Just send your email at firstname.lastname@example.org Hirap kasi magattach dito eh. hehe. 🙂 Joberlyn Manaois yong FB account ko. 🙂 Thank you!!! 🙂
Ask ko rin po sana contact details ni Mang Roni. Nag message din po ako sa FB account nyo.
Great entry. I am going to copy your itinerary. Thank you so much! 🙂 We are also on a bidget and really appreciate the jeepney guide 🙂
Hi Elle, thank you for taking time to read my blog. Really appreciate it. 🙂 Just let me know if you still have questions that I really hope I can answer to help on your trip. 🙂
Hi Miss Joberlyn, I’ve sent you an email regarding your blog. Thank you! 😀
Hi Erica, let me know if I have already responded to your email. 🙂
Do you still have contact with kuya roni (your driver from tagbilaran who travelled to tubigon port)? Thank you!
Hi Ruselle! I did. You can just send me an email so I can send it back to you. email@example.com
Just read this blog entry and it’s very informative. I’d also want to take some notes from it for our future trip in Cebu and Bohol. Very helpful 🙂 Can I also ask for your contact van rental in Bohol? Thanks a lot! Hope to have a great experience like what you had 🙂
Hi Xeekiinaa! I hope you send me an email so I can send to you the contact number. I just can’t attach it here in the comment section. Here’s my email address. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Miss Joberlyn, Thank you for sharing your travel. Will you please send me your contact in Bohol and the place where you stayed? Thank you!
Hi Ruby! Would be glad if you will send me an email so I can send back to you the number. email@example.com
Wow! I really enjoyed reading your blog. Cebu and Bohol are two of the must-visit places in the Philippines. Aside from stunning natural attractions, you will be pleased by how they accommodate tourists. Thank you for sharing your 4-day tour itineraries. This was so informative. Hoping you both have more anniversaries and more adventures.
Hello Maricel! Thank you very for your very kind words! You are always welcome. I’m very willing to share my experiences. 🙂
I also sent you an email asking contact details of Kuya Roni.
Awaiting for your reply and thank you for sharing this to us 🙂
I have sent you an email asking Kuya Roni’s contact number. Thank you 🙂
Hi Didith, I think I already replied to your email. Thank you very much for dropping by! 🙂
Hello, Joberlyn! I also sent you an email to ask for the contact details of Kuya ronnie kung okay lang po? Thanks in advance. 🙂 This is a very helpful blog by the way.
Hello, Joberlyn! I’ve sent you an email din po about kay Kuya Ronnie’s contact details. My twin sister and I are going to visit sa cebu and bohol this May, pero nahihirapan kami gumawa ng itinerary. So, your blog is very helpful guide for us. Thanks a lot! 🙂
Hi Toni! I hope I already replied to your email. 🙂 Can’t remember. hehe. Sorry!!! Thank you very much for sending me email. 🙂
Hi Ms. Joberlyn! I enjoyed reading your very informative blog! My whole family of six (6) are going to Cebu this June 2-7 2016 and your blog really helped me a lot! Since madami kami I really have to budget the vacation, We plan to visit Bohol w/in those days and copy your DIY trip! can you please send me contact details of kuya Roni the driver and the hotel that you’ve stayed in near Panglao beach? thanx so much po…..
Hi Joberlyn! I like your blog.. I’m planning to have side trip in Bohol too when I come back to Cebu.. Where did you ride ferry going to Bohol? Do I need to go to North bus terminal to check the schedule of trip? Or direct to Port of Cebu? I don’t know where to go.. May I know who’s your contact in Bohol? Thank you!
Can you send me email cause I cannot attached the contact number here? firstname.lastname@example.org 🙂 Thank you Bianca.
Hi Joberlyn! I like your blog. Its very informative.. I need to type again to publish my comment.. By the way I’ll be back to Cebu and planning to have side trip in Bohol. Where will I go to check the schedule of trip to Bohol (vice versa)? Do I need to go to North bus terminal? Or to Cebu Port? I don’t where to go. Please kindly share the contact details of the driver. Thanks!
You don’t need to go to any bus terminal. Just proceed to Cebu Pier 1 🙂
Hi Joberlyn! This is my third attempt to write on your wall since the internet is to slow. I can’t post it. I like your blog, it’s very informative.. I’ll be back in Cebu and planning a side trip in Bohol. Can you please share the contact details of the driver? May I know also where to ride ferries, I need to check the schedule of trip to Bohol (vice versa). I only have limited time to explore Bohol. Thank you!
Hi Paula! Thank you for taking time to read my blog! Yes sure. You need to go to Cebu Pier Gate 1 to go to Bohol. There’s thr one bound to Tubigon. 🙂
hi may i know the contact info of your driver for your country side tour we would like to celebrate our 1st anniversary there as well thanks in advance
Hi! I would appreciate if youcan send me email at email@example.com so I can share to you my contact. 🙂 Because I cannot attach it here. 🙂 Thank you!!
Hi!very nice travel blog and a very good travel guide as well.. im planning on going to bohol this saturday.. can u please send me the number of your hired van.. firstname.lastname@example.org.. thank u in advance..
hi can i please get the contact info of your driver planning to there soon thanks please email me at email@example.com thanks
Hello Joberlyn! I’ve been searching for a cebu bohol itenerary, thank God I found and read your blog, very informative. Maybe we can borrow yours too. Can I also ask for the contact number of the driver? Please☺️☺️☺️. I sent an email to you. Thank you.😊
Hi Jhonna!! Thank you for dropping by at my blog. Will check my email. 🙂
pls email me the contact no. of mang ronnie. thank you 🙂 firstname.lastname@example.org
hi may iknow the contact info of your driver for country side tour we are planning to go there this june 21 for our anniversary
Hi! I would appreciate if youcan send me email at email@example.com so I can share to you my contact. 🙂 Because I cannot attach it here. 🙂 Thank you!!
Hi (: me and my friends are planning to have a trip at cebu with bohol sidetrip. It would greatly help us if you could send me more details of your trip with the tour guides’ contact numbers on my email address firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you and God bless. (:
For the first time, I have found a blog that I feel the most helpful.
Hi, me and my family are off to Cebu and Bohol this 10th of June. Was wondering if you still have the contact for kuya Ronie?
We’re bringing our 2 year old baby kasi 🙂
Thanks for this wonderful blog. I hope you can send me the contact number of Kuya Roni.
I’ll be sending you a separate email 🙂
hello..puede po pahingi ng contact number ng tour guide nyo sa Bohol.
thanks ng marami.
Hello there! Would like to ask you to send me email through email@example.com so I can send you the details. Can’t attach the file here in the comment section. Thank you!
hi! this was really an informative blog. would be grateful if you can share the contact number of kuya Ronnie for Bohol trip. I already sent you an email. thanks heaps!
Hi Mona! Did you receive my reply?
Hi! Thank you so much for this post! We have to make our DIY Cebu-Bohol trip for this weekend and I believe yours is really awesome, we’ll copy it! Haha
So uhmmm I just emailed you to request for the details of your Bohol tour contact please 🙂
Thanks in advance! Hope to hear from you very soon!
Hi Claudine! Did you receive my reply?
Hi! I sent an email to you asking for the contact number and name of the owner/driver of the van you rented in bohol. Our trip will be this Sept 2016 po. Thanks to your blog I find it really helpful. More power!🙂
Hi Rein! Did you receive my reply? 😊
Hello. Do u happen to have contact number of kuya roni. Tour guide from bohol?
Hi Red! Please send me email through firstname.lastname@example.org so I can send to you the details. I cannot attach the file here in the comment section. 😊
Hi po Ms. Joberlyn just sent you an Email yesterday po about sa contact no. nyo po kay Kuya Roni, naka sched po kasi kami this Next Month hehe.. hope you help me po! Salamat and many thanks dito sa blog mo it really help us talaga 🙂
Hi Christian! Sorry di ko na nahabol ang trip niyo been very busy sa work and travel at the same time but will reply to your email in case you need sometime in the future 🙂
Hi Joberlyn! We’ve sent an email to email@example.com and havent received any replies yet. I asked about the driver you hired in Bohol. 😊 Please reply. Thank you!
Hi Marie! Sorry wasn’t able to reply. I was busy with work. But will reply to your email. 🙂
hi can i have the number po ni kuya roni? may plan po kasi kami ni bf mag cebu-bohol tour this coming november..thank you!
Hi Mary! Hope you can send me email at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can attach the calling card. 🙂
Hi, I just sent you an email, hope you can reply. Thanks 🙂
Hi, I just read your blog and its Very informative.. It’s 2016 and I wonder if u still have the contact number of that driver/tourist guide when u were in Bohol?.. Madly needing it for my upcoming cebu-bohol trip on November. Thank you very much. ☺
Hi How much did you pay for the driverin bohol? Also, do you still have his contact #?
budget for cebu trip?any suggestion, we hv 3d2n to stay there..we already have the hotel.only for food and gala sa tourist spots ng cebu..thank you very much!
Hi there! this is such a great trip! ang dami nyong napuntahan at a low cost. pwede ko rin bang makuha ung number nung contact (or driver) nyo from bohol. My wife and i will go to cebu next year, february. 4 days and three nights din kaya sakto tong sa inyo! i hope you can help us! thanks for the great tips!
Hi there! ang galing ng trip nyo! ang dami nyong napuntahan at a low cost. i hope you can help me also. my wife and i will go to cebu next year february, 4 days and 3 nights din kaya sakto to! pwede din bang makuha ung contacts nung driver from bohol? and other details as well. thank you for this great blog. more power and God bless!
hi joba. can i request for the contact number of the driver/tour guide u hired (kuya roni), we’re planning a tour to cebu and bohol for next year po. tnx
Hi! I sent an email to you asking for the contact number and name of the owner/driver of the van you rented in Bohol. Hope you can get back coz i’m really excited to go there 🙂 Thank you so much!
Hi I sent an email to you asking about kuya ronnie. Thanks for your blog! Coz, we’re planning to visit cebu-bohol on the 30th 🙂
You have discover Cebu and we’re glad that you’re blog is expressing your views and reviews about the Island. Thanks
Cebu is always a home to me! 😊 Thanks for reading my blog! 😊😊😊
How did you get po ung 900 sa crown regency ?
how can i contact Kuya Roni ?
hi..i nid ur help..wer planning on a honeymoon on apr 10-13 cebu and bohol also..thank you 🙂
Ask ko lang po, ung 2000php po na tour nyo within bohol po un? Included na dun ung driver’s fee and gas?
thank you..it would help me a lot in my match cebu tour.i hope i can do all the activities that u did😊
can i have the contact number of kuys roni, well be coming to cebu and bohol this coming april with my husband my email is email@example.com po thank u ..
gud pm can u have po the contact number of kuya roni we will be coming to cebu this april with my husband and we need somebody to tour us around. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello po.. Pwede po makuha contact no. Kung san kayo nagstay dati sa cebu? Ung 500/night. Thaaaaaanks
This is so helpful! Do you still have the contact details of the person you hired for your bohol countryside tour? 🙂 Do you also recommend to avail tour packages from agencies?Your response is highly appreciated. Thank you!
hello! came across your blog 🙂
May I ask the details/contact no. of your driver on your Bohol tour?
I hope you still have it.