Chocolate Hills Bohol
The Chocolate Hills is a rolling terrain of haycock hills – mounds of general shape which are conical and almost symmetrical. The mounds are estimated to be atleast 1,268 to about 1,776 and are scattered throughout the towns of Carmen, Batuan and Sagbayan in Bohol, Philippines.
Sandugo Shrine Bohol
Sandugo also known as Blood Compact was the first treaty of friendship between the Filipino natives and the Spaniards. The Sandugo began with the arrival of Miguel Lopez de Legazpi in Bohol in March 1565 and the establishment of allegiance by Datu Sikatuna to the King of Spain.
Baclayon Church Bohol
The Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception in Baclayon is the oldest church in Bohol dating back from 1596 however the present structure as it stands, started in 1727. The Baclayon church was constructed from coral stones which they took from the sea, cut into square blocks then piled on to each other and used the white of a million eggs as to cement them together.
Loboc River Bohol
Loboc River is one of the top destinations of tourists both local and foreigners in Bohol, Philippines known for its floating restaurants along the scenic and winding Loay-Loboc River. Guests are treated with Boholano songs, a buffet of Filipino cuisine and the trip winds up to the Busay Falls.
Panglao Island Bohol
Is the Island Paradise of Bohol that has a long stretch of fine white sand beach. Panglao Island is a top tourist destination in the Philippines, famous for its beautiful dive spots and its coral reef. A lot of nice beach resorts are available for your accommodation like Bohol Beach Club and Alona Beach Resort just to mention some.
Tarsier Sanctuary Bohol
The Tarsier Sanctuary is a 134 hectare of forested land that serves as a protected habitat for Philippine tarsiers located in Corella Bohol, Philippines. Tarsiers are nocturnal animals that slightly resembles Steven Spielberg’s E.T. with their large eyes and strange-looking toes which measures about 8 to 16 centimeters in height and is considered to be the world’s smallest primate.
Sagbayan Peak Park Bohol
Is a 5 hectare resort and recreation center situated on a mountain-top which boast of a 360 degree view of Bohol’s Chocolate Hills and the Island of Cebu.
Bohol Man-Made Forest
The Man-Made Forest in Bohol is a two-kilometer stretch densely planted of Mahogany tress located in the border of Loboc and Bilar towns. The man-made forest stands out because of the uniformity in height of the big trees and the thick bushes which almost prevents the sunlight to pass through and in return causes the abrupt change in the temperature. You will be greeted by the cool breeze once inside the Man-Made Haven.