Originally, our itinerary was supposed to be like THIS, but since there are lots of drama and the likes, I will be sharing to you our new itinerary that involves a lot of lounging around the room.
Lets just start with Day 2, since Day 1 is not as exciting as ever. Just checked in at the hotel and a lot of malling at Bohol.
Day 2: Countryside Tour
Loboc River Cruise
Find accommodation in Panglao
Day 3: Panglao Tour
Bohol Bee Farm
Day 4: Sea tour
I am never the budget traveler, but I am desperate to be one.
That is why I looked up to James Betia when it comes to cheap traveling. For P500 to even P300 per day all in expenses when traveling. Just WOW, right?! I know. People who knows me can definitely say I can never travel on a budget.
Let me share to you the whys while I reiterate my Bohol expenses. Mind you this is the most tipid (on the budget) travel I have experienced. I was actually expecting an earlier payday but NO it never came! Hahaha! So I have to stick on my budget of 6,000.
Also, our number downsized to 7 - 6 instead of 11, meaning, less number of people will share equals a lot of moola needed.
Dao Diamond Hotel: P350 per night per pax with breakfast
Aros Spa and Resort: P3,100 per night with breakfast room good for 8 pax
Tour: c/o RJ
Countryside tour: P2,500 + 200 - for finding accom at Panglao (excluding entrance fees)
Panglao Tour with Mag-aso falls: P2,500 (excluding entrance fees)
Sea tour: P2,400 inclusive of snorkel gear and entrance fees
Terminal fee: P200.00
Dao Diamond Hotel Accommodation: P280
Trike from Dao to ICM: P20.00
Dinner at the Prawn Farm: P180.00 – I love foods!
Slipper and shotglass: P188.00 – I buy a lot of unnecessary things
Drinks Contribution: P100
ICM to Dao: P10
Pasalubong: P1,102.85 – I can never say NO to pasalubong (present usually given by someone coming from a trip)
Lets not include the pasalubong in the total ‘cause I used credit card for it: P1, 064
Van share: P385.71
Entrance fees: Choco Hills P50
Hanging Bridge P10
Tarsier Donation P10
Lunch at Loboc River: P350
Share for drivers lunch: P50
Shirt for Hon and Gab: P250 – Can’t get enough of pasalubong
Calamay: P40 – A must try!
Van share: P357.14
Hinagdanan Cave entrance: P15
Mag-aso Falls entrance P20
Bohol bee farm buffet lunch: P450 - So worth it
Driver’s food share: P30
Food share: P100
Boat share: P400
Tip to my Balicasag guide: P100 – I’m a big tipper, especially if I really like the service
Balicasag souvenir: P100 – I can’t get enough of souvenirs too!
Aqua shoes rental: P100
Terminal fee: P20
Calamay: P100 – Since I loved it, they should try it at home din. Another pasalubong.
Transportation going home: P80
Yipee! A total of P5,934.70 but excluding the pasalubong worth 1,064! Good thing I have a credit card! But I did borrowed P500 to my friend just in case m-short ako!
Yey! I survived Bohol with P6,000! But it takes a lot of self control not to buy the cute tarsier toy for Gab, the nice home decor I want for our room and a lot more :)