Tour Itinerary


  • Arrive at Basco Airport, register as tourist
  • Check-in at the lodge
  • Breakfast
  • Freshen up at your room or rest
  • 12:00 – Lunch & Orientation
  • 1:00 pm – start of tour
  • Visit Mt. Carmel Chapel
  • Ride to Tukon and enjoy 360 degrees view of Basco on the west China sea and the East pacific ocean
  • Japanese hideout
  • Boulder beach Valugan
  • Sto. Domingo Church (the oldest roman catholic church)
  • Rolling Hills
  • Naidi hills (Basco Light House)


  • 8:00 am Breakfast
  • 9:00 am – Start of tour
  • Paderes House
  • Chawa viewdeck
  • Tayid light house
  • A ride at rakuh a payaman (Marlboro Country), local version, with breathtaking panoramic view, velvety green grass and tamed farmed animals that could share pictures with you
  • Exit to Imnajbu, stop at alapad rock formation viewing the Loran Station
  • Lunch
  • Proceed to the ruins of Songsong (ghost town) a small village, swept by tidal waves in 1950’s
  • Visit Honesty Coffee Shop
  • Visit the Saint Joseph the worker church of Ivana, a Roman Catholic Church built in 1860
  • Proceed to the existing Old House called the Dakay’s House, a house that was built – in 1880’s. The cogon roofing is changed every 25 – 30 years
  • Original Spanish bridge (Tuhel Ivana) which was built in 1850 and completed 1860
  • Then proceed to Mahatao to visit the (San Carlos Church) church built 17th century
  • Original Spanish Light house
  • 5:00 pm – Back to the lodge


  • 5:00am – Early Breakfast.
  • 5:30am – Check out the Lodge and transfer to the Airport

Guest Reminders

  • Let us know your food allergies and preferences (ex. vegetarian)
  • Before tours : bring mosquito repellant, sun block, long sleeves for skin protection and hat, any special medication, good hiking or rubber shoes
  • Please do not litter or take anything from our island – you may be fined or imprisoned!
  • Safety first! Please use good judgment at all times
  • If you are ever lost or separated, call us immediately

Please let us know how we are doing! We welcome both compliments and suggestions to improve!