Bohol's Chocolate Hills, Day Trip Bohol Countryside, Philippines

Bohol Countryside and Chocolate Hills

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Bohol is one of the most popular travel destinations in the Philippines. Here you will find Hills that looks like perfect mounds of chocolate, white beaches and the world’s cutest monkey.

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  • Travel Style Holiday Type
      Nature and wildlife
    • Activity Level Fairly Easy
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    • Category Private Tour
      Min. 2 participants
    All about the Bohol Countryside and Chocolate Hills.

    Bohol is one of the most popular travel destinations in the Philippines. Here you will find Hills that looks like perfect mounds of chocolate, white beaches and the world’s cutest monkey.

    The Chocolate Hills are the most famous attraction in Bohol. There are about 1,200 to 1,700 hills spread over the 50 square meter area which is covered in grass that turns chocolate-like brown during the dry season where the name of the famous landmark came from.

    The Tarsier Sanctuary is the best place in the Philippines to see the adorable Philippine Tarsiers. In this sanctuary, tarsiers are able to live in the wild while being protected by the government from poachers who sell these poor creatures in black markets.

    Loboc is another popular place in Bohol, known for the lunch cruises along the scenic and winding Loboc River. It is a municipality with great natural features and scenic views which will definitely be major eye candies for tourists who visit the location.

    Baclayon Church is a Roman Catholic Church in Bohol. It was founded by the Jesuit priest Juan de Torres and Gabriel Sánchez in 1596, and became the oldest Christian settlement in Bohol. The church of Baclayon was damaged by the earthquake in 2013. It sustained major damage with its collapsed portico and bell tower.
    In 2017, Baclayon Church was completely restored and reopened to the public.

    The Blood Compact Site serves as a memorabilia of the historical happening during the middle March of 1565 where a bound of friendship between the Spanish explorer and the chieftain of Bohol was established to create a fundamental unity.

    The Bilar Forest is a man-made mahogany forest stretching for about 2km. This scenic forest features mahogany trees, trails & viewing decks.


    Tour Highlights

    • Blood Compact Site
    • Baclayon Church and Museum
    • Bilar Man-made Forest
    • Tarsier Sanctuary
    • Loboc River Cruise
    • Chocolate Hills
    • Butterfly Sanctuary

    Best time to travel

    Bohol is a year-round destination, but the dry season is between January and June.


    Recommended things to bring

    • Wear comfortable walking shoes
    • Raincoat (in case of rain)
    • A bottle of water
    • Small backpack
    Inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included?Items that are included in the cost.
    • Hotel pick up/ drop off
    • Activities and sightseeing as per the itinerary
    • Lunch
    • English speaking guide
    • Snorkeling gears
    • Entrance fees
    What's not included?Items that are not included in the cost.
    • Beverages during lunch
    1. Full Day Pick up at 9.00am

      You will be collected from your hotel and taken on a full day Bohol Countryside Tour.

      Pay a visit to the historical Blood Compact Shrine and learn the story behind its name. Continue to Baclayon Church, the oldest church in Bohol made from coral stones.

      Enjoy a Filipino-style lunch cruise on the Loboc River and discover the verdant forest of Bohol aboard at a floating restaurant.

      Visit the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary, which was built to protect the tarsiers, one of the world’s smallest primate.

      After the Tarsier, drive thought the Bilar Man-made forest, a beautiful mahogany forest stretching in 2 kilometers long.

      Arrive at the Chocolate Hills area and walk up to the observation point. Enjoy the panoramic view of the hills. The Chocolate Hills consist of 1,268 rounded hills with an altitude ranging from 40-120 meters. The Hills are covered in green grass that turns brown (like chocolate) during the dry season, hence the name.

      After the tour, transfer to your hotel.

    Bohol countryside Tour

    Yes, the private tour can be customized.

    The itinerary that can be altered and adjusted according to your interests.

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