About Us

Riding on with the booming potentials of Bohol as a prime tourist destination, ROYAL FANTASY TOURS was established on September 15, 2007 as a primary tourism enterprise that provides standard facilities for tour operations. Initially, it catered the domestic and international inbound tourists.

It was duly registered with the DTI on September 17, 2007 and conducts its booking office within a commercial district, along 53 Lamdagan St., Tagbilaran City. It is strategically located near Tagbilaran City Airport which is only about 2-minute walk.

After six (6) years in operation, the business has gained the reputation of providing excellent and personalized service to its growing clientele. The business has gained wider market base reaching the entire Philippine Archipelago and the international market.

It has successfully gained tie-ups with reputable travel agencies and business establishments and thus far, they effectively provide strong and strategic linkages vital to its envisioned growth.

Its most reliable link is its sister-enterprise, the Marcelina’s Guesthouse. This enterprise is a budget place to stay in Bohol that provides warm and friendly atmosphere in the comfort of home. It is recommended for small group of travelers, maximum of 40, availing of group tour packages.

It has nine (9) air conditioned rooms with six (6) deluxe rooms and with three (3) shared bath rooms.

This homely guesthouse is provided with a mini-kitchen, ref and cooking/dining facilities for guests to consider our place their “home away from home!”.

Aside from tour operations, Royal Fantasy Tours now handles international and domestic ticketing outlets for fast crafts: Ocean Jet, Weesam Express,Supercat and 2Go as well as airline tickets: Air Asia, PAL, and Cebu Pacific.

OUR VISION:  To be a leader in the travel industry, providing efficient and effective services to our customers.

 

OUR MISSION:

  1. To provide quality service and remain competitive in the travel industry.
  2. To develop comprehensive travel products
  3. To aggressively solicit new and emerging market base.
  4. To expand relationship with more airlines, hotels/resorts, tour operators and travel agents.
  5. To establish improved rapport with corporate accounts and government instrumentalities.
  6. To strengthen marketing linkages with the Department of Tourism (DOT) and the Tourism Promotions Board (TPB) by participating in their sales mission to sell the Philippines.
  7. To participate in DOT-sponsored trade fairs, travel expos, tourism conventions and seminars.