Address: Chocolate Hills, Bohol, Philippines.
This natural phenomenon consists of amazing hill formations in Bohol. Nearly 1260 hills that are spread around 50 Sq. km. It looks like grey colour in dry season, so these are known as Chocolate hills. This is a National Heritage site in Philippines. You can enjoy the 360degree views of the hills from the top of Carmen Town. The hills are covered with grass and in cone shape that gives unique scenery.
Address: Loboc, Bohol, Philippines.
This bamboo ?weaved hanging bridge over River Laboc, looks little danger, but quite safe as it is suspended with sturdy cables. You can cross the bridge by enjoying the surrounding natural beauty and a great photographic spot. There is a shopping spot when you cross the bridge.
Address: Bilar, Bohol, Philippines.
This is more into a butterfly conservatory centre and there are chances to meet rare species of birds, caterpillars, centipedes, flowers etc over here. You can learn the life cycle of many species of butterflies from here. There are restaurants and cafes to relax for a moment and you will be provided guided tours.
Address: Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines.
This charming island has number of pristine beaches, colourful marine life and best diving spots in Philippines. Some of the best beaches in this island are Alona beach, Bagobo beach, Bolod Beach etc. The water is crystal clear and you can find number of colourful small fishes over here. There are resorts with all kind of amenities for visitors.
Address: Loay Interior Road, Loboc, Bohol, Philippines.
You will get the opportunity to see the small native primates at its natural habitat. Tarsiers will have nearly 150 grams weight, has big brown eyes and can rotate their head at 180 degrees, tail would be longer than its body and these are the World?s smallest primates.
Address: Villamor Street, Baclayon, 6301 Bohol, Philippines.
This is another exciting activity that you can enjoy in Bohol. Pamilacan Island is the main spot where you can often find the dolphins and Whales. There are minimum 13 species of cetaceans are staying here. Southern coast of Pamilacan is the main spot for watching the cute dolphins. The area around Pamilacan Island is now a Marine sanctuary and main marine species are starfish, seagrasses, crinoids, crown of thorns and cleaner wrasses.
Address: Loay Interior Road, Bilar, Bohol, Philippines.
This is the only man-made forest in Philippines, stretches around 2 kms and planted Mahogany trees. The forest is more attractive with its tall trees, its attractive branches and greenery. You cannot find any other vegetation apart from these trees over here.
Address: Old Capitol Complex, Carlos P. Garcia Avenue corner JS Torralba Street, Poblacion, Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines.
Bohol museum was a home for former President Carlos P. Garcia and his family at Hontanosa Street, Tagbilaran City. Here you can learn the pre-historic data of Bohol from the archaeological data provided here.
Address: Loboc, Bohol, Philippines.
This boat trip starts from Loay Bridge and ends at Busay falls. Small bancas or floating restaurants are available for visitors and takes to the tropical vegetation that includes palm trees, bushes, banana trees etc. Also you can enjoy a World class dining options from the floating restaurants.
Address: Loay, Bohol, Philippines.
Definitely visiting these ancestral houses would be a different experience for you. There are numerous this kinds of houses of 20th century that are made with coral stone and hardwood. Most of the houses are have toe floors, large windows, thatched roofing and mostly in square or rectangular in shape.