BEST THING TO SEE & DO IN BOHOL
Here are just some of Bohol's terrific getaways and what you could do while you are in Bohol.
Want to taste a sumptuous lunch in a floating restaurant while sailing the Loboc River in comfort? Not only that, you could also enjoy live entertainment (onboard) and several locals perform ethnic presentations after the cruise.
The Tarsier Conservation Area is situated less than 10km southwest of the Chocolate Hills Complex along the Loay Interior Road, Carmen, Bohol. Made up of an introductory 6-hectare of forest area (25-hectare is primarily reserved for this purpose).
Want to try one of Bohol’s most thrilling escapades in the province’s adventure park known as EAT Danao? But we are not talking about devouring sumptuous meals on this municipality in Bohol, although they do offer some of the most exotic cuisines in the Philippines. We are talking about the Extreme Adventure Tour (EAT) Danao.
The province of Bohol is full of natural wonders and attractions. One of them is the million-year-old Chocolate Hills. The Chocolate Hills are an extraordinary geological formation that can be found and scattered in the towns of Carmen, Sagbayan, and Batuan in Bohol. The hills form a rolling terrain shaped like a conical heap of hay in a field.
Panglao Island in Bohol is linked to the mainland via two bridges (the Ambassador Suarez Bridge and the Borja Bridge). The municipality of Panglao Island is situated less than a kilometer from the shore of Poblacion I, Tagbilaran City and is separated by the Bohol Sea. The island is famous for its white sandy beaches, diving locations, and tourists resorts. The island is great for a romantic evening with candlelight dinner along the stunning beach.