Popular tourist attractions in Bohol!
6 Reasons Why You Need To Visit Bohol Again and Again
Bohol at a glance conjures up images of nature and diverse wildlife, from the white beaches, world class diving, waterfalls and caves for spelunking, incredible history along its colonial Spanish Churches.
With over 7,100 islands to choose from, many places in the Philippines have beautiful beaches, but not every destination can offer something like Bohol. A home away from home, a place that welcomes everyone regardless of race, religion and culture. The moment you step with the superlative attractions they can offer, let me take you on an unforgettable experience .
This ride is going to leave you an impression, stunned and left with only conclusion that if you haven’t already been then you definitely need to visit Bohol, return if you have. Bohol is the heart after island, truly Philippines, and now let's begin this journey.
Why You Should Visit Bohol?
Go beyond Chocolate Hills with Buggy Adventure
Bohol has long known for the Chocolate Hills, a breathtaking sight of 1,268 hills. Something new to enjoy this visit is by going to it by riding with Buggy. You can get the view closely while driving on a rough road which sums up all the excitement. We went to Graham ATV and Buggy in Brgy. Buenos Aires, in Carmen Bohol that offers ATV and Buggy rentals for different packages from 30 minutes to 4 hours. So, Entrance fee is P 50 it goes to the barangy, you will be accompanied with a tour guide that will be riding a motorcycle who will be taking your photos and videos.
30 minutes - P 450
Destinations: 3 Sister’s Hill
1 Brgy: Buenos Aires
1 Hour Ride - P 900
Destinations: 3 Sister’s Hill and Pregnant Hill
2 Brgys: Buenos Aires and Nueva Vida Sur
2 Hours - P 1750
Destinations: 3 Sister’s Hill, Pregnant Hill, Highest Hill and Mini Forest
4 Brgys: Buenos Aires, Nuevo Vida Sur, Nuevo Vida Norte and Monte Sunting
4 Hours Ride – P 3450
Destinations: 3 Sister’s Hill, Pregnant Hill, Highest Hill, Mini Forest and Anislag Falls
5 Brgys: Buenos Aires, Nuevo Vida Sur, Nuevo Vida Norte, Monte Sunting and Omhum
Go see the Chocolate Hills in a muddy and adventurous way with Buggy or ATV. Make sure you try this on before heading to the view deck.
Meet one of the Country’s Smallest and Oldest Primates
The Philippine Tarsier is probably one of the images of Bohol Tourism, you can find them in Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary located in 14 Canapnapan, Corella, Bohol. The sanctuary property of the Philippine Tarsier Foundation, which primary mission is to save the Philippine Tarsier, its habitat and other wildlife.
Teasers sleep during the daytime and only get active during nighttime to find food. Their heads can turn180 degrees. They get stressed with a flash from camera and tend to commit suicide. According to the research they hit their heads against something until it dies. They are very sensitive to noise and lights, so better take it seriously get cautious around them.
Explore the Hinagdanan Cave
Discover one of Bohol’s caves with the illuminated natural light. Hinagdanan Cave has top holes where the sunlight comes out and you could be able to see the view of the cave. The stalagmites and small underground lake with clear water which you can swim. The entrance fee is about P20. The cave is located in Barangay Bingag, Dauis, Panglao Island.
Entrance Fee is P50
If you are planning to go swimming life jackets are available in the cave be sure to bring extra clothes.
Down the path of the cave rocky and rough, be sure to wear a durable footwear.
Enjoy the Music and Food in Loay River Cruise
Loboc River Cruise has been known in Bohol, but what most tourists realize that the there are two river cruises, the other one is Loay River Cruise has been recommended by locals for its scenic beauty and less congestion of other boats. Loay River Cruise offers cataraman style vessel that offers space enough for dining and served lunch buffet style. The lunch buffet includes fresh seafood, roasted chicken, vegetable dish, salad and choices of drinks. As you you enjoy your lunch the local singer plays novelty and foreign, classic songs in different languages. A few miles the boat stops over, and jump off into a replica of a village that belong to the Ati Tribe. You can hear the a tribal, rhythmic beat that, and offers selfies or groupies and sell bow arrow and quiver set as a souvenir.
About Tribe Ati
According to the locals Tribu Ati are originally from Panay. The Local Government Unit and regional tourism department have intentionally set the Tribe Ati Village to promote Bohol’s culture and provide support for their financial assistance. Though they are exposed for entertainment they had adapted the modern society, what you’ve seen is the glimpse of the warring tribe in ancient times.
A Home of Amazing White Sand Beaches
Bohol is surrounded by more than 50 islands, including Panglao Island boasts for crystal blue water and powdery white sands. Alona Beach is one of the Panglao’s breathtaking spots which are known to be some of the most stunning beaches in the country.
Stretching 1.5 kilometers, its row with beachfront hotels, restaurants, dive shops, bars and souvenir shops. Around the beach you can find guides who can arrange your island hopping and dolphin watching in Pamilacan, Balicasg and Virgin Islands.
Push Your Limits in the Rush
For adrenaline junkies looking for more thrill wanting to relieve stress , back in Chocolate Hills, where you can experience Bohol’s latest eco tourism adventure park. Bohol’s Chocolate Adventure Park offers 30 thrilling adventure activities for adults and kids. It includes the challenging activities “The Rush Bike Zip” where you can pedal while you can have the perfect view of the Chocolate Hills. The tons of rides they offers would stick with you forever.
Opens daily from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Entrance Fee: P 60
The Rush (Bike Zip): P 450
How To Get To Bohol
Easiest way in going to Bohol is by plane. Air Juan has currently open a newly route flight in Tagbilaran, introductory rate for as low as P888 for only 20 minutes. Other flights from Cebu are from Philippine Airlines. You may also opt to travel by boat. Fastcraft from Cebu to Tagbilara(Supercat, Oceajet, or Weesam) takes 1 hour and 45minutes.