Bohol is heaven for people looking to explore magical hills, scenic landscapes and floating restaurants! The city is filled with plenty of fun activities for everyone.
A popular tourist spot here is the Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary in Corella that gives you the rare chance to get up close with the Philippine Tarsier, while observing it in its natural habitat. It is known as one of the smallest primates in the world, at only three-six inches tall.
Looking for a scenic landscape that just blows your mind away whenever you look at it? Head down to the Chocolate Hills in Carmen. In the dry season, the hills give off a distinct shade of brown, making them look exactly like chocolate. You can also tour these hills on an ATV and make your trip even more fun.
For an outclass cruise ship experience, you can head down to Loboc. The cruise features a Filipino buffet where you also get to interact with the local community. For those looking for something different can also enjoy the aerial views of the river through an open-air cable car ride.
For adrenaline junkies, E.A.T Danao offers ‘plunge’ ride—indulge in the adventurous side of you!
Love to explore history? Check out the Baclayon Church. It was declared a national historic treasure in 1995 with religious relics dating back to the 16th century. Also, Baclayon’s main road is home to plenty of Spanish era homes, some of which are as old as 1853.
There is also an island nearby, called the Pamilacan Island. While the island was famous for its aggressive fishing activities, it is now recognized for its eco-tourism and marine preservation practices. If you are a fan of dolphins and whales, you will love the sights you see here. At the same time, you also get to enjoy plenty of white sand beaches!
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