How To Get From Camiguin to Bohol?
Bohol is a beautiful destination with a lush, jungle feel. Visit the famous Chocolate Hills, take a river cruise, experience the thrill of zip-lining or explore Bohol’s waterfalls and caves. It’s a popular destination for snorkelling and scuba diving because of its coral reefs, and the white sand beaches at Panglao offer a tranquil space to relax. You might even catch a glimpse of the Philippine tarsier, one of the world’s smallest primates which is indigenous to the island.
The best time to visit Bohol depends on which activities you’re interested in, but November to April are generally the coolest months.
As Bohol is only 66km northwest of Camiguin, going from Camiguin to Bohol is pretty straightforward. Your only choice is to take a 4-hour ferry at 430 PHP ($8.50) per person.
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View itinerary from Camiguin to Bohol
- Camiguin (Balbagon)
- 4 hours
- Bohol (Jagna)
Camiguin to Bohol (Jagna Port) by Ferry
Duration: 4 hours
Costs: 430 PHP ($8.50)
Ferries from Camiguin to Bohol depart from the Balbagon Ferry Terminal and dock at Jagna Port. The Super Shuttle ferry takes 4 hours, and you’ll pay 430 PHP ($8.50) per person for a one-way economy seat.
Bear in mind that Super Shuttle Ferry only operates one trip for the Camiguin to Bohol route. The ferries leave Camiguin Island at 8:00 daily and will arrive at Jagna Port at 12:00. You can purchase the Camiguin to Bohol ferry tickets at Balbagon Ferry Terminal or through the company’s website.
Some websites say that FastCat runs a 2 hour 45 min ferry for this route, but at the moment this route is closed.
Depending on your final destination in Bohol, you’ll need to arrange local transport to continue your journey. You can either hire a car service or opt for the buses and public vans.
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