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Explore the bountiful and diverse province that is Bohol. This captivating getaway destination boasts more than the mystical Chocolate Hills, exotic Tarsiers, and famous Panglao Island. It has other unique attractions for the adventurer, nature lover, laidback, and anyone else in between!
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The charming island gem of Bohol is any vacationer’s dream destination. This tourist magnet in Western Visayas is a blend of tranquility and adventure. Remember, green is in but brown gets the crown when it comes to snaps of the Chocolate Hills. Aside from adoring the cute googly-eyed tarsiers, you can also drop-by at the Bohol Habitat Conservation Conservatory and witness a wide selection of natural beauty. Dine-in at a floating restaurant or stand-out (literally) paddleboarding along the world-famous Loboc River.
Don’t forget to cross the 40-meter bamboo Bohol Hanging Bridge when you get there. Take the plunge at one of the world’s highest canyon swing at Danao Adventure Park. Give in to the bewitching beauty of Panglao Island’s stretch of white sand beach and coconut-tree fringed coastlines. It’s also a perfect spot for snorkeling or scuba diving.
The most efficient way of public transportation around Bohol is by habal-habal motorbikes. Some are even with extended seats that are good for up to 6 people. You can also rent your own scooter or single motorbike. Other inland transport include jeepneys, multi-cabs, and tricycles.
Vans or V-hires for the locals are located in the major towns of Bohol and ply to designated routes. Two major bus lines are operating in the province – Saint Jude Line and Veloso Line. Both V-hires and buses accept group tours. Taxis are not as many as compared to other major destinations in the country.
Local flights come through the Tagbilaran Airport while ships from Manila,Manila, Cagayan de Oro City, Dumaguete, Dipolog, Iligan City, Larena, Plaridel and Ozamiz City enter at Tagbilaran City Tourist Pier. Ferries from Cebu have their terminal at Tubigon Seaport.
Bohol has been one of Philippines most popular tourist destinations. This tropical haven is beyond its most famous attraction, Chocolate Hills. Being the 10th largest island in the country, the escapade never stops in Bohol. Check out some of the must-see places in Bohol:
The hills unique geographical phenomena made it to the list of UNESCO World Heritage of Natural Monuments. There are about 1,300 to 1,700 cone-shaped hills that are nowhere to be found in the world except in Bohol. The surreal experience happens on dry season when these grassy hills turned chocolate brown.
Bohol is also synonymous with the world’s smallest primates. The Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary is dedicated to the protection of the tiny Tarsiers, their habitat, and other wildlife fauna and flora. A reminder that these cute, furry creatures are emotionally sensitive so camera flash and touching are not allowed.
The resort island of Panglao is one of the best Bohol tourist hotspots. Famous for its white sand beaches, world-class diving spots, and stunning coral reef and marine life, it’s the perfect mix of action and relaxation. Come sundown, you can steal the night away with a variety of hang out spots at Alona Beach.
What’s more romantic than “crossing moon river in style”? Well, it's cruising through one of the cleanest rivers in the Philippines while dining in at Loboc River Floating Restaurant. Get the most out of your tour with a scenic view of surroundings, hearty Filipino buffet meal, and serenades from the Loboc Youth Ambassador Band.
Shout-out to the thrill-seekers, you shouldn’t miss Danao Adventure Park on your list. The eco-park not only offers a stunning view of nature but also action-packed extreme attractions such as ziplining, rappelling, kayaking, and off-road buggy driving. It’s no wonder it bagged the Best Adventure Tourism Award in the first ever Philippine Tourism Industry Awards. Take “The Plunge”,a 650-foot high canyon swing, and hold on to your dear life as you free fall to more than 200-feet.
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Check out this simple 4 days and 3 nights itinerary:
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This trip plan can also be used for tours 3 days 2 nights (3D2N), 2 days 1 night (2D1N) or just 1 day. Traveloka first, explore Bohol later!