Fall in love with the natural wonders and relish this province’s old charm.
1. Tarsier. Watch the smallest living primate in the world sleep (or wide awake) in their natural habitat.
2. Blood Compact Shrine. Take a souvenir shot with the bronze statues that depicts a treaty between Spaniards and Filipinos.
3. Baclayon Church. Composed of coral stones, a million egg whites, and labor of love, the Boholanos’ century-old church has been one of the country’s most important religious landmark.
4. Python. Muster enough courage and enter a cage with a fed python. When I visited Bohol, the python’s name was Prony but she died the year after. However, they replaced it with another one.
5. Butterfly Sanctuary. Witness how a caterpillar grow its wings as the tour guide narrates a butterfly’s life cycle.
6. Loboc River Cruise. Have a sumptuous meal aboard and listen to the “angel’s voices” by Loboc Childrens’s choir.
7. Hanging Bridge. Experience adrenaline rush while crossing this wiggling bamboo bridge. What’s on the other side? Wide array of stores that sells Bohol goodies like peanut kisses and Tarsier-inspired souvenirs.
8. Man-made Forest. Get closer to nature with this clump of thick mahogany forest that sprawls beside the cemented road.
9. Panglao Island. Drink the beauty of the morning sky while taking a bath in the crisp cold waters of the sea.
10. Chocolate Hills. Don’t ever leave Bohol without visiting these little mountains made of limestones. Once you saw these magnificent creation, you would never see nature the same way again.
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