The sights of the seemingly endless and almost symmetrical Chocolate Hills in the island’s centre and the adorable, wide-eyed Philippine tarsier in the wild will be with you for a lifetime. You’ll have the best chance to see the world’s smallest primate on the segment of land in Corella (southwest Bohol) overseen by the Philippine Tarsier Foundation, not far from the island’s capital, Tagbilaran.
Other noteworthy Bohol attractions include Panglao Island just off the coast from Tagbilaran. Here you can expect some of the best diving experiences in the Philippines, with coasts and caves to explore. It’s also not unusual to see a dolphin or two offshore!
For something friendlier and more laidback, travel to the east coast of Bohol and find the town of Anda. The long, pristine beach here will make you wish you’ll never have to leave. Roads make much of the island accessible by car and bus, so you can pick whatever area suits you best.
If you want to add even more adventure to your trip, pay a visit to Danao Adventure Park out in the central bush lands where you can enjoy the natural surroundings via zip-lines, river tubing, trekking and more. Should the sea be your calling, go island hopping to places like Bohol Virgin Island where you can walk between islets on a submerged white sandbar.
This is a part of the Philippines that has to be seen to be believed, so book one of our flights to Cebu and from our range of Bohol accommodation today.
Hotels in Bohol start at AU$23 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.