Camiguin to Bohol

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How to get from Camiguin to Bohol?

Bohol is a beautiful combination of lush jungles and turquoise waters. It is most iconic for its Chocolate Hills, but you also shouldn’t miss a river cruise through Loboc River. For water activities, head to the white-sand beaches of Panglao, where all island-hopping and diving adventures begin.

Other must-tries include zip-lining, trekking through Bohol’s many waterfalls and caves, and snorkelling. Make sure to 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 cool and dry months.

Ferry from Camiguin to Bohol

Transport modeDurationCostsAvailability
Ferry + Bus6 hours790 PHP ($14)Read article for more info

Travelling the 130km distance from Camiguin to Bohol is pretty straightforward. Your only choice is to take a 6-hour ferry and bus for a combined fare of 790 PHP ($14) per person.

You’ll first need to take a 4-hour ferry to Jagna, and then take a 2-hour bus from there to the capital city of Tagbilaran. Ferries are only available on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, so schedule your trip accordingly.

Itinerary from Camiguin to Bohol


  • Camiguin (Balbagon)
  • 4 hours
  • Jagna Port
  • 2 hours
  • Bohol (Tagbilaran City)

Camiguin to Bohol by Ferry

Duration: 6 hours
Cost: 790 PHP ($14)
Duration: 6 hours
Cost: 790 PHP ($14)

When making the 6-hour journey from Camiguin to Bohol, your best option is to take a combined ferry and bus.

Step 1: Balbagon Port to Jagna Port by Ferry

Duration: 4 hours
Cost: 640 PHP ($11)
Duration: 4 hours
Cost: 640 PHP ($11)

Super Shuttle Ferry operates trips from Camiguin to Bohol every Mon, Wed, and Fri. Ferries depart at 08:00 and arrive at 12:00. Travel time is about 4 hours.

A one-way economy seat costs 640 PHP ($11). Tickets are only available at the port, so we recommend arriving at least 30 minutes prior to departure time to be guaranteed a seat.

Check Ferry Tickets with BookAway *

*COVID-19 Update: Currently (June 2022), ferries from Camiguin to Bohol cannot be booked online. Feel free to check the BookAway link above in case Super Shuttle Ferry has already resumed online booking.

All ferries depart from Balbagon Ferry Terminal and dock at Jagna Port.

Step 2: Jagna Port to Tagbilaran by Bus

Duration: 2 hours
Cost: 150 PHP ($2.65)
Duration: 2 hours
Cost: 150 PHP ($2.65)

Jagna is located 65km east of Bohol’s capital, Tagbilaran City. The cheapest option to complete this leg of the journey is to travel by bus. It’s worth noting that buses can be a bit slow as they make a lot of stops, but they’re also easily accessible and available all day long.

From Jagna Port, walk to the main highway then head to the market located just beside the port. Here, you’ll find the buses and shared minivans bound for Tagbilaran. The trip takes about 2 hours and costs 150 PHP ($2.65). You are to get off at Dao Bus Terminal in Tagbilaran city centre.

Tagbilaran to Panglao by Bus or Jeep

Are you headed to Panglao Island? Located 18km southwest of the capital, you can easily get there via a 30-minute bus or jeepney from Tagbilaran City. A seat costs around 50 PHP ($0.85).

If you have money to spend though, you can also take a taxi directly from Jagna Port to Tagbilaran City or Panglao for 2,500 PHP ($44) to 3,000 PHP ($53). You can also ask your hotel beforehand to arrange a pick-up for you. The taxi journey takes about 1.5 hours.

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