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Day Trekking

If you love nature, hiking, adventure, and a little bit of challenge, then this one is for you. Although seeing a tarsier is likely, but not guaranteed, the experience is amazing and apparently, so does the view.

The trek ranges from a minimum of 2 hours to a maximum of 3 hours (depending on you) from the Research Center to viewing deck in the middle of the forest and back.

What are getting? 

  1. Exercise and good health-you’re gonna be sweating a lot!
  2. Chance to see what a Bohol Forest is like.
  3. An amazing view of Bohol
  4. Getting the chance to know the foundation more
  5. Listen to various birds and animals

How much will you pay?

P500 fee for the guide. One guide per group

P50 for the foundation which will be used for purchase of gears for day trekking tour.

STRICTLY:

  • No flashes (in case you encounter a tarsier)
  • Keep voice extremely low as much as possible
  •  do not touch the animals or the tarsiers if you see one
  • do not litter or leave anything
  • do not take anything.

WHAT TO EXPECT: It’s a natural environment, thus the trail will be muddy when raining (umbrellas are no use when raining too, so just prepare rain coat), thick growth of bushes and trees, some trails are slippery, some a little up hill, some a little narrow. You will be drenched in dew or sweat after the trek so bring extra shirt. Make sure to bring bottle of water.

All in all, enjoy the forest and enjoy nature.

YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO: Watch the 15 minute video about the foundation, the sanctuary and the tarsiers before the tour. Write your feedback on the foundation’s Trip Advisor page; just click the link on the right side. It would be great if you’d subscribe on the tarsier foundation’s website as well and our fb page www.facebook.com/tarsierfoundation

IMPORTANT: This tour is subject to weather conditions. Your safety is our priority.

For inquiries, email us at joanniemaryc@yahoo.com or contact us at 09089378094

See sample photos at http://joanniemaryc.blogspot.com/2013/01/day-trekking-at-tarsier-sanctuary.html

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