2017 BOHOL ISLAND TRAVEL GUIDE |TOURIST ATTRACTIONS, ITINERARY,BUDGET

 BOHOL ISLAND TRAVEL GUIDE |TOURIST ATTRACTIONS, ITINERARY,BUDGET

2017 BOHOL ISLAND TRAVEL GUIDE |TOURIST ATTRACTIONS, ITINERARY, BUDGET

The Island of Bohol is one of the favorite tourist destinations in the Philippines attracting tourists from various parts of the globe. Tagbilaran is the city capital and center of trade and commerce of the Province of Bohol.

Bohol is composed of one main island and 75 smaller islands and islets.

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The Altar of the  old Baclayon Church

One interesting feature of the Bohol island is its collection of historical and cultural heritage dating back to the Spanish colonial era. It’s century old churches and its museum are must-see places.

 

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BOHOL TOURIST ATTRACTIONS, ITINERARY, BUDGET

Presented below are several activities which you can do for 5 days stay in Bohol Island:

Day 1 Bohol Countryside Tour
Day 2 Bohol Island Hopping
Day 3 Panglao Island Tour
Day 4 Danao Adventure
Day 5 Anda Beach Adventure

Of course, your trip and the adventure you will pick would depend as to how many days you will be staying on the Island.

BOHOL COUNTRYSIDE TOUR (1 DAY)

This itinerary will cover for a day visiting historical landmarks of Bohol as follows:

  • Blood Compact Site
  • Baclayon Church
  • Bohol Outdoor Adventure Park
  • Tarsier Sanctuary
  • Loboc River Cruise
  • Bilar Man-made
  • Hanging Bridge
  • Batuan Shiphaus
  • Chocolate Hills
  • Python, Forest Butterfly Conservation Center – Honestly, I skipped these two during my visit because I don’t find it really spectacular. Rather, I spent more of my time in some other attractions. However, if you really wanted to see these, they are just along the way as you head towards the chocolate hills.

LOBOC CHURCH

The Loboc Church in Bohol suffered much during the 2013 earthquake. While still unrepaired as of this moment, it would also be interesting to pay a visit to this monumental church in Bohol.

Must Read: Loboc Church, Man-made Forest, Ship House

BACLAYON CHURCH

Baclayon Church is the oldest church in Bohol. The church building which suffered from the 2013 earthquake was constructed in 1727. It has a museum housing amazing collection of religious artifacts and treasures.

LOBOC AND BILAR MAN-MADE FOREST

The Loboc and Bilar Man-made forest is a 2 kilometer stretch of hardwood trees planted on the border of Loboc and Bilar Towns. Because of the uniformity of trees growing in the area, tourists can’t help but notice such an amazing kaleidoscope of foliage lining the route.

BOHOL CHOCOLATE HILLS

Bohol Island will never be Bohol without the Chocolate Hills. Composed of an approximately 1,700+ hills which turned brown during summer. These hills are very iconic of the Bohol Island.

Must read: Chocolate Hills

BOHOL TARSIER SANCTUARY

While in Bohol, don’t forget to pay a visit to one of the province’s icons, the Tarsiers. These little creatures just measure 5- 6 inches and considered as world’s smallest primates.

Must Read: Bohol Tarsier Sanctuary

BOHOL OUTDOOR ADVENTURE PARK

Another tourist spot in Bohol is the Chocolate Adventure Park which offers various outdoor activities such as canopy walk, zip line, hiking trail, pipe dreams, zip bike, monkey bridge, and 275-meter zip line using a mountain bike to cross from one chocolate hill to another.

Must Read: Bohol Outdoor Adventure Park

CRUISE LOBOC RIVER

While in Bohol, try to experience the Loboc River Cruising. While riding the floating restaurant carried by 2 banka-hauls, music is played while you enjoyed your buffet meal.

HANGING BRIDGE

Bohol created 2 bamboo bridges at Sipatan River connecting two Barangays in Sevilla, Bohol. The Hanging bamboo Bridges measure 20 to 25 meters high above and span 40 meters long. While crossing, the bridges sway giving you a different kind of thrill.

BLOOD COMPACT SITE

Even for a few minutes, do drop by at the Blood Compact Site in Bohol located in Barangay Bool, Tagbilaran City. The Bohol Blood Compact Site was made in remembrance of the historic event in the Philippine history done between Spain’s Miguel Lopez de Legazpi and Bohol’s Rajah Sikatuna.

National Artist Napoleon Abueva created the sculpture depicting the   Sikatuna-Legaspi blood compact which is considered as the First Treaty of Friendship between Spain and the Philippines. This historical event is now celebrated in Bohol through its “Sandugo Festival”.

BUDGET/RATES

I did not get any tour package during my trip and I was traveling alone. For backpackers traveling alone, you can simply rent a hab-habal which definitely cost much lower. However, at that time I was not perfectly well so I rented a car to bring me around. Here are the rates of car rentals in the Island. The rates might have increased, but for sure it will not be really that significant.

Van php 2,500
Car php 2,000
Bus php 9,000
Coaster php 6,000

Loboc Cruise/Buffet Lunch – P450/head

 

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The famous Chocolate Hills of Bohol

 

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Baclayon Church

 

BOHOL ISLAND HOPPING TOUR (1 DAY)

It would be best to ask the assistance of your hotel to help you arrange for this tour. This tour will cover the following:

  • Dolphin and Whale Shark Watching
  • Balicasag Island Snorkeling
  • Virgin Island

DOLPHIN AND WHALE SHARK WATCHING

One exciting activity during this tour is to see up close beautiful sea creatures found in Bohol. Guides and spotters for this tour used to be hunters of sea dolphins and they are very much skillful where to find these creatures.

BALICASAG ISLAND SNORKELING

It would be best to bring your underwater camera for this part of the tour. Bohol Island’s marine life is so rich and you will surely enjoy watching colorful tropical fishes and corals.

VIRGIN ISLAND

The Virgin Island is one small Islet in Bohol which is usually part of the circuit for this tour. The pristine blue waters and white sand of the Island will surely delight you.

BUDGET/RATES:

Pumpboat Rental
1-4 pax P 1,800
5-10 pax P 2,000
11-15 pax P 2,500

 

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Loboc Cruise

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Hennan Beach front in Panglao Island.  Photo from the Hennan’s site

PANGLAO ISLAND TOUR (1 DAY)

This itinerary covers the following destinations:

  • Dauis Church
  • Hinagdanan Cave
  • Bohol Bee Farm
  • Shell Museum

DAUIS CHURCH

One old church in Panglao Island, Bohol is the Our of Assumption Church popularly known as Dauis Church. The church building made of stone was constructed during the Spanish Colonial era. The church’s belfry is detached from the church.

HINAGDANAN CAVE  

Still, in the Municipality of Dauin in Panglao Island, Bohol is another popular tourist attraction, the Hinagdanan Cave. Beautiful stalactites and stalagmites, as well as a deep lagoon, can be found inside the 100 meters cave. The cave is naturally lit by sunlight coming from the holes in the ceiling.

BOHOL BEE FARM

Famous for their organic products the Bohol Bee Farm is also frequented by guests visiting the island. Guests will surely enjoy some watching activities like basket weaving, bee culture, and organic farming. The place offers also rooms for stay-in guests.

SHELL MUSEUM

The last stop for this tour would be a visit to the Bohol Shell Museum. The place showcases a large collection of common and rare seashell specimens from Bohol and other places in the country.

PANGLAO BEACH

One of the most popular Bohol Island tourist attractions is the Panglao Island. Its main attractions are its white sand beach, clear waters, and tranquil ambiance.Its rich marine life is ideal for snorkeling and, now attracting several divers from all over the place.

BUDGET/RATES

Car Rentals in Panglao Island covering this tour itinerary are as follows:

Van (Toyota Grandia) -PHP 2,500

Van -PHP 2,000

Car – PHP  1,500

Bus – PHP  7,500

Coaster -PHP 4,500

For the single backpacker, a habal-habal ride would come very practical.

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Dining in Bohol. try some organic treats from Buzzz Cafe by Bohol Bee Farm

 

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Bilar Man-made Forest

DANAO ADVENTURE PARK TOUR ( 1 DAY) 

For the outdoor buddies try the Danao Adventure Tour. This place offers the EAT which stands for Extreme Adventure Tour which covers activities like rappeling, rock climbing, river trekking, zipline and much more.

Located at Barangay Magtangtang, 72 kilometers from the City of Tagbilaran at approximately 3 hours ride away.

Getting to Danao Adventure Park

From Tagbilaran take a bus bound for Danao at the Dao Terminal right in front of the  Island City Mall.

Please take note of the Bus Schedule from Tagbilaran to Danao:

Morning: 5:00 am, 6:00am, 8:00am, 9:00am

Afternoon: 12:00 noon, 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm, 3:00 pm, 4:30 pm, 5:30pm and 6:30 pm last trip.

The moment you reach Danao take a Habal-Habal or Tricycle to bring you to Danao Adventure Park. Tricycle would normally charge PHP 40/person or you can charter the ride for PHP 120/one way. Transportation going back would be scarce, so it would be best to arrange for the vehicle to wait for you, just agree on the price first.

RATES AT DANAO ADVENTURE PARK

Caving P 400/pax

River Tubing P 250/pax

River/Mountain Trekking/Hiking P 150/pax

Rappel (60 m.) P 650/pax

Rappel with Root Climbing P 450/pax

Suislide (Ziplining) P 400/pax

Suislide (Ziplining) – same day ride P 200/pax

Camping P 35/pax

Village Tour P 250/pax

 

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The Hanging Bamboo Bridge in Bohol

 

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A view from East Coast White Sand Resort, Anda, Bohol

ANDA BOHOL ADVENTURE

Still, on its way to being a famous destination, the Anda in Bohol… The place offers another option should you wish a bit mellowed place. It has talcum-white sand beaches which any beach lover will surely love.

If you want to enjoy the beach more, then you can spend the whole day or even overnight at the place.

For details about this adventure, click here: Anda Bohol

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The century old Loboc Church, still in ruins after the earthquake

Here are my other articles about my travels in Bohol Island:

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Blood compact site

MONEY 

When in Bohol Island it is recommended to use most of the time your cash. Only big restaurants, hotels, and resorts are accepting credit cards. ATM machines and money changer can also be found especially in Tagbilaran.

COMMUNICATION

For foreigners, you can simply buy your Sim card in many stores the moment you arrive Tagbilaran, Bohol. Area Codes are as follows: Philippine: +63. Tagbilaran  (38).  Some hotels, resorts, and restaurants have WiFi internet connection. A few internet cafes can also be found around the island.

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at the Tarsier Sanctuary

WHERE TO STAY | LIST OF BOHOL HOTELS

There many accommodation facilities in Bohol Island. You can choose between the quite expensive Hotels and Resorts down to the budget  Pension Houses or Inns.

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The Bellevue Resort
Barangay Doljo, Panglao Island, Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines, 6343
BOOK YOUR ROOM HERE FOR THE BEST DEAL

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Metrocentre Hotel & Convention Center
C.P.G. Avenue, Tagbilaran, Bohol, Philippines
BOOK YOUR ROOM HERE FOR THE BEST DEAL

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Belian Hotel
Graham Avenue, Tagbilaran, Bohol, Philippines, 6300
BOOK YOUR ROOM HERE FOR THE BEST DEAL

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Ocean Suites Bohol Boutique Hotel
Blood Compact Monument, East Tagbilaran Road, Brgy. Bool, Tagbilaran, Bohol, Philippine
BOOK YOUR ROOM HERE FOR THE BEST DEAL

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717 Cesar Place Hotel
CPG North Avenue, Tagbilaran, Bohol, Philippines, 6300
BOOK YOUR ROOM HERE FOR THE BEST DEAL

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Aliria Bed and Breakfast
0260 F. Torralba St. (formerly known as SACRED HEART VILLAGE), Tagbilaran, Bohol, Philippines, 6300
BOOK YOUR ROOM HERE FOR THE BEST DEAL

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Bohol Sea Resort
Danao Beach, Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines, 6340
BOOK YOUR ROOM HERE FOR THE BEST DEAL

 

Click below for more Hotels and Resorts in Bohol:

HOW TO GET  TO BOHOL ISLAND

You can reach Bohol by air and sea. Various domestic airlines offer direct flights to Tagbilaran City, the capital of Bohol. There also passenger ships and ferries plying the routes between coastal cities and towns of Bohol

By Air: For guests coming abroad, you can take a flight to either Manila or Cebu before taking another flight or boat ride to Bohol. Cebu City is preferable than  Manila since it is closer. If you are flying in Manila, you can take any of the daily domestic flights to Tagbilaran City which takes about an hour and fifteen minutes.

By Sea: Much slower than an aircraft, Ferries, and ships can save you a whole lot of money, especially if you are not in a hurry. There are RoRos coming from Manila that pass by Tagbilaran, Bohol.

From Cebu, you may choose to ride a fast craft to Tagbilaran City Seaport. This usually takes about an hour and a half. For guests traveling on a budget, there are slower ferries that can take you to Bohol at less than half the price of fast crafts, but they usually travel in four hours.

There are also boat rides in the Northern part of Bohol such as Tubigon or Talibon. From Tubigon or Talibon, you can then ride a van or bus to Tagbilaran City or any other town within Bohol.

Cebu Airport to Tagbilaran City – From Cebu International Airport you can take a taxi to Pier 4. You will then have to take a ferry. All ferries take an approximately 2 hours to get to Tagbilaran City.

Tagbilaran City to Panglao – The moment you arrive at Tagbilaran City, you can take a taxi or a tricycle (a small motorcycle cab) to your hotel. Taxis are few in Bohol so your best choice is to get a tricycle. It would be best to agree first on a fixed rate before taking your ride.  For routes outside the city, you can take the jeepneys or multi-cabs.

Panglao Island – Guests going to Panglao Island, specifically Alona Beach, can have their hotel pick them up in Tagbilaran City airport or pier for an additional fee. Alona beach can also be reached by taxi or tricycle.

SCHEDULE OF FERRIES  (Schedules are subject to change without prior notice)

Shipping Line: 2Go Travel

  • CEBU-TAGBILARAN (4 trips/ day; 2 hours travel time): 7:00 am, 8:45 am, 1:45 pm, 7:40 pm
  • TAGBILARAN – CEBU (4 trips/day, 2 hours travel time): 6:30 am,  9:25 am,  11:15 pm,  5:25 pm

Address: 2Go Travel/ SuperCat Fast Ferry Corporation (SFFC)
Pier 4, North Reclamation Area, Cebu City, Philippines
Customer Care : Trunkline: (+63 32) 2337000, Fax: (+63 32) 2349667
Website: http://www.SuperCat.com.ph | Email Address: SuperCat-Customercare@2go.com.ph

Shipping Line: Weesam Express

  • CEBU – TAGBILARAN ( 2 trips/ 2 hours travel time): 6:00am, 4:30 pm
  • TAGBILARAN – CEBU (2 trips/ 2 hours travel time): 8:15 am, 6:30 pm

Address: Weesam Express
Pier 4 North Reclamation Area, Cebu City
(032) 412-9562 or 231-7737 | 09228660347 | 09177104967
Tagbilaran City
(038) 501-8223 | 09228660336

Shipping Line: Ocean Jet Ferries

  • CEBU-TAGBILARAN (9 trips, 2 hours travel time): 6:00 am,7:00 am, 8:00 am, 9:20 am,10:40 am, 11:40 am, 2:00 pm, 4:20 pm, 6:35 pm
  • TAGBILARAN-CEBU (9 trips, 2 hours travel time): 7:05 am,8:20 am, 9:20 am, 11:40 am, 2:00 pm, 3:30 pm, 4:20 pm, 5:30 pm, 6:30 pm

Address: Ocean Jet Ferries
Ocean Fast Ferries, Inc. Pier 1, Cebu Pier Area, Cebu City, Cebu Philippines | Tel Nos: +63(32)255 7560, +63 (32) 255 0115, 0917 638 0000, 0918 898 2188   |   Email: customerservice@oceanjet.net

 

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Bohol Adventure Park

HOW TO GET AROUND BOHOL ISLAND

Getting around Bohol is not really that difficult. The major mode of transport in Tagbilaran City and other places in Bohol is the tricycle, in some other Asian countries they call this as “tuk-tuk”. The majority of the drivers of tricycles have a good tourism orientation. They can also act as your tour guide should you desire to hire them.  The moment you land at the Island of Bohol you will notice that tricycle drivers will offer you some tours. In my recent visit to the island, I noticed that they have standard tour rates.

Aside from tricycles, jeepneys are also available on the Island of Bohol.There are places that cannot be reached by the common-mode of transportation. In this case,  Habal-habal (motorcycle) comes conveniently. However, please take note that habal-habal is not licensed to operate, some drivers tend to drive fast without any head gear.

The easiest and most comfortable mode of transportation is the rent-a-car. Most hotels and resorts are renting cars or can facilitate renting the car for you.

I  tried Habal-habal while I was in Bohol because of its cheap. But on my last day, I rented a car because I was already tired.

FACES OF BOHOL ISLAND 

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Outside Tagbilaran: Lake Side View Resort is located at  Guindulman, Bohol. You may not want to stay here unless you have a specific business. (I went here to conduct a training…)

 

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River Cruising: Enjoy the scenic view of  Bohol while enjoying your sumptuous meal at Loboc River.

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Souvenirs. Souvenir shops  selling magnets, shirts and much more are found in almost all of the tourist spots in Bohol…it’s nice to buy some souvenirs because this is also helping the locals

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The Ship Haus. The Ship Haus (Ship House) or “Bay Barko” is another spot which you can stop on your way to Chocolate Hills. There nothing much about this place, but I just drop by for some photo op.

BOHOL ISLAND TRAVEL GUIDE |TOURIST ATTRACTIONS, ITINERARY,BUDGETThe Chocolate Hills Adventure Park. The Chocolate Hills Adventure Park is one of the latest attraction in the Island of Bohol. They have a zip line, restaurant, and serpentarium.

Here are other places in the country waiting for your visit. Click below for your travel guide:

 

 

 

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49 Comments:

  1. It looks such s absinthe place . You describe it ver well, good post .

  2. thank you for taking us on a bit of a journey I love being introduced to new sites that I may never actually be able to travel to
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  3. such a beautiful place. I am sure there is lots of adventure to find in a place like that.

  4. This looks like a fab place to visit. I would love to go to the philipines some time soon.

  5. Wow! This looks like an amazing place.

  6. Looks like so many neat things to do! Love all the churches, so pretty.

  7. This looks like an amazing place to visit! Love the photos! Will add this to my travel list 🙂

  8. Misty Nelson Dawn

    Never been in Bohol and that is the one of beautiful place and I wanted to go there if I have a chance

  9. Every time I see a knew article, I am blown away by the beauty of the Philippines! I truly would love to visit them some day.

  10. Wow! As always I wished I could change places with you for the day! Gorgeous places and beautiful pictures!

  11. I feel lucky to have seen it’s beauty. It is really an amazing place!

  12. I always go back to Bohol and enjoy outdoor activities. I still miss the place and will be back again this coming all saints day.

  13. Wow Bohol island looks just amazing! And the food from Buzzz cafe looks so delicious.

  14. This place looks simply gorgeous! I would love to visit one day.

  15. I decided to celebrate my birthday in Bohol and found this paradise in Anda. I fell inlove with the photos and fell inlove deeper when I reached the place.

  16. Bohol Island sounds wonderful. It looks like such a beautiful place. Now I’m daydreaming, maybe one day 🙂

  17. Whoa! The The Altar of the old Baclayon Church is absolutely stunning! It definitely looks like a place I would love to visit!

  18. Those mountains covered in grass are sooooo pretty!!!

  19. We are planning on a trip to Asia and I would love to include Bohol in our itinerary. The Chocolate Hills, the old churches, the views are all worth visiting! Thanks for sharing this travel guide. I wish our dream Asia trip would come true soon!

  20. I just clicked the hotels in Alona Beach. The beach is so beautiful and green. It looks peaceful too. I would love to visit this beach someday.

  21. Church and chocolate hills. These are most definitley on my must see list

  22. Leigh Anne Borders

    This looks like such an amazing place to visit. I would LOVE to get here one day.

  23. I would love to explore the old churches on Bohol Island. I am super interested in old architecture.

  24. Never been to Bohol but it seems to be a so good place. I love the photographs.

  25. What an amazing place! I have a friend who is visiting the Philippines right now, as a matter of fact. I would love to go some day. LOVE the architecture of those churches!

  26. robin masshole mommy

    That sounds like a lovely place to visit. I would love to go there someday.

  27. first of all i want to visit tha loboc church, and also to see the tarsier and the chocolate hills.
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  28. What a stunning place! It’s no wonder that it’s famous for its Chocolate Hills. They are spectacular!

  29. Bohol has a lot of history to offer. I am glad you are able to present nice stuff about the place.

  30. Never been to Bohol but will surely visit this place once I save a little money. Nice review!

  31. Thanks for sharing a wide list of things to do in Bohol. I hope we can go back there when my baby gets a little older.

  32. Hello Jo. I looked at your blog posts about Bohol and they’re really filled with helpful information. I am from Bohol but I now live in Mindanao with my husband. Through your posts, I am even discovering new places to explore there as I only come home to Bohol once or twice a year. Thank you for all these. And glad to know that you’ve had a great time there.

  33. The pictures are pretty. I love island vacations.

  34. Those beaches look stunning. I would love to visit. That bicycle zipline looks more than my anxiety can handle!

  35. Oh! The beach looks divine and I am a total sucker for nature, so the trees are just the place for me. I really like that you have provided many resources to the readers in order to get the most information for Bohol. Thanks for this nice breath of fresh air (virtually!)

  36. Oh my gaaaad Jojo! love your photos… The last time I want to bohol, we only get to experience the loboc tour and the city tour. I actually did not enjoy it because I didn’t like the person whom we are travelling with. (yes, napilitan lang ako.. hehe) I will definitely travel to Bohol and explore it once more armed with your tips and all.
    -Jaimie of THE MERMAID IN STILETTOS

  37. Bohol is really great! I’m from Philippines and it is in my bucket list. I would love to go there with my family.

  38. Bohol sounds like an amazing place to visit! Love the beach, places to visit! Amazing!

  39. My family and I went to Bohol before and it was one of the best vacations that we had. We were complete and it was just so much fun.

  40. ah! i’ve never been back in philippines for 4years! not really missing it tho but i would like to explore places like this. so much things to do and adventure

  41. That’s so amazing! I would love to travel to Bohol someday and enjoy all the attractions and the beaches! There’s just so much to see and do there!

  42. I always love visiting Bohol because of of its natural wonders from beaches, to its forest and to the chocolate hills.

  43. Everything about Bohol Island sounds wonderful! From the food to the local shops! Love it! Wish I can go visit one day!

  44. I really have to see this place. I would like to check out Bohol Island

  45. This place is beautiful. The mountains look like they are manmade, so neat. From the safety of my bed I want to try the bicycle in the air. Not sure if I would say the same thing if I was there and it was my turn.

  46. Bohol is always on my bucket list but I haven’t got the chance yet
    I saw some promo fare going to Cebu and Bohol via Air Asia and Cebu Pacific but I wasn’t able to avail any because I don’t think i can travel there alone.. I love to see the Baclayon church and the Chocolate Hills too!

  47. This place looks amazing! Such beautiful sights, really wish I could go and see it all. Brill review of the place 🙂

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