Embark on a captivating tour of Bohol, one of the Philippines’ most popular travel destinations. Marvel at the iconic Chocolate Hills, a geological wonder consisting of hundreds of perfectly shaped mounds that resemble chocolates. Take a stroll on the white sandy beaches and soak up the tropical sun. Get a chance to meet the world’s cutest monkey, the tarsier, a tiny nocturnal primate with enormous eyes.
Complete your Bohol adventure with a scenic Loboc River cruise, where you can savor a delicious lunch buffet while taking in the breathtaking scenery along the riverbanks. Come and experience the magic of Bohol today!
Meet the driver at the hotel and head to Chocolate Hills viewpoint to enjoy the panoramic view of the hills. The Chocolate Hills consist of 1,268 rounded hills ranging in height from 40-120 meters. The hills are covered with green grass that turns brown (like chocolate) in the dry season, hence the name. Continue to the Butterfly Sanctuary, home to 300 species of butterflies, and the Bilar Man-made Forest, a beautiful mahogany forest that stretches for 2 kilometers. Enjoy a cruise with lunch on the Loboc River and discover Bohol’s green forest aboard a floating restaurant.
Continue to the Tarsier Sanctuary, built to protect these endangered primates. Here you can observe the tarsiers, which are among the smallest primates in the world, in captivity. Transfer back to your hotel after the tour.
The Chocolate Hills are Bohol's most famous attraction, consisting of 1,200 to 1,700 hills spread over a 50 sq. km area. Covered in grass, they turn brown during the dry season, resembling chocolate.
The Tarsier Sanctuary is a protected area where visitors can observe the adorable Philippine Tarsiers in their natural habitat. These tiny primates are protected by the government to prevent poaching for the black market.
Loboc in Bohol is famous for its scenic and winding river, where tourists can enjoy a delightful lunch cruise.
Baclayon Church in Bohol, founded in 1596, is the oldest Christian settlement in the province. Damaged in the 2013 earthquake, it was restored and reopened to the public in 2017.
The Blood Compact Site commemorates the 1565 event where the Spanish explorer and the Bohol chieftain established a bond of friendship. It serves as a historical landmark for the fundamental unity created during that time.
The Bilar Forest is a scenic man-made mahogany forest covering about 2km. It features a dense canopy of mahogany trees, trails, and viewing decks.