Located in Central Visayas Region , known for its coral reefs, scuba diving spots, lush wildlife and unique land formation that captivates thousands of tourist across the globe. With a land area of 1,861 square mile, Bohol is considered as one of the largest islands of the Philippines with about a million friendly inhabitants.

Capital City: Tagbilaran City

Name of airport: Tagbilaran City Airport

Temperature: 23 to 28 Degree Celsius

Languages spoken by the locals: Bisaya, Tagalog and English

Modes of Transportation:

  • Tricycle
  • Habal-habal
  • Vans
  • Multicab
  • Buses
  • Taxi

Province Highlights

  • Chocolate Hills – unusually shaped hills which turn brown during summer.
  • Panglao Island – A popular weekend getaway for both locals and tourist. With its pristine white beaches and good diving spots, Panglao Island is the best place to indulge and relax.
  • Anda Beaches – An alternative to Panglao Island which slowly getting  attention by the tourists  due to its beautiful white beaches and crystal clear water but less crowded and commercialized.
  • Loboc River – one the cleanest rivers in the country where you can traverse with Bancas and eat at the same time while listening to the soothing sound of local music.  
  • Tarsier Research and Development – See endangered and one of the smallest monkeys in the world in their natural habitat.  

Local Delicacies

  • Peanut Kisses
  • Calamay
  • Morone

Must Try

  • Bike Zip in CHAP(Chocolate Hills Adventure Park)
  • Caving and Root Climbing  in Danao Eco Park
  • Diving or Snorkeling in Balicasag Island
  • Zipline in Loboc Eco-Toursim Adventure Park
  • Cave Pool in Cabagnow Anda
  • Cruise in Loboc River

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