BOHOL FOR A PERFECT ADVENTURE!
Bohol is a province of the Philippines, in the country’s Central Visayas region. Known for the coral reefs, diving spots, white sand beaches, and unusual geological formations, notably the Chocolate Hills. Don’t forget to include in your bucket list the wonders of Boholanons.
Bohol Island, is a cluster over 7,000 tropical islands. The island has a natural wonders, historical landmarks, exotic wild life, fascinating white sand beaches and great people an enchanting sense of Hospitality.
The Chocolate Hills, is one of the famous tourist attraction in Bohol. There are at least 1,260 hills but there may be as many as 1,776 hills, covered in a green grass that turns brown like chocolate during dry season.
Tarsier Sanctuary, is located in a forest between Corella and Sikatuna, because it’s a place where tarsiers live in the wild life. Tarsiers are adorable cute small animals and weighs about 113 to 142 grams , with giant eyes and immensely soft fur and they can rotate their heads to almost 180 degree.
Alona Beach, is one of the most visited place here in Panglao, Bohol. It has 800 meter stretch of powdery white sand beach, located in the south of Panglao Island. They offer various water sports activities such as Banana Boat, Parasailing, Diving, Snorkeling and others. Dive tours going to Balicasag Island and Pamilacan Island the famous dive spots, can be arranged.
Blood Compact, was an ancient ritual in the Philippines intended to seal a friendship or treaty. The site is located at Barangay Bool, Tagbilran City, which marks the location where Datu Sikatuna, a native cheiftain in Bohol, forged a blood compact with Don Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, representing the Spain. The historical event took place on March 16, 1565 and considered as the first “Treaty of Friendship”.
Hinagdanan Cave, in the Municipality of Dauis on Panglao Island, in Bohol Province. It is naturally lighted cavern with a deep lagoon and many large stalactites and stalagmites. The cave is the most popular and easy to reach among the caves in Bohol. The underground lake is a popular swimming spot.