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Bohol is the country’s number one tourist destination, and a trip to this beautiful island province won’t be complete without visiting its wonderful natural and historical spots like the world-renowned Chocolate Hills. Bohol Rent A Car offers an affordable Bohol Countryside Tour so that you can experience for yourself the wonders of Bohol.
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Bohol has a tremendous lot to offer, so much that many tourists have a hard time to select the most important things to see in their limited time. Bohol island is a wonderful place to visit because of the various tourist destinations it can offer. Four of the spots worth seeing in Bohol are the Chocolate Hills, Philippine tarsier, Baclayon Church and the Loboc River Cruise.
The jewel of Bohol tourism, the Chocolate Hills is considered as one of the world’s famous natural wonders. Thousands of brown and green hills are spread out all over the place as far as your eyes can see. Definitely a must-visit for every tourist and traveller to Bohol. One of the most popular Philippines tourist destinations in Bohol is the Chocolate Hills. It is made up of no less than 1,268 hills, uniform in shape and approximately 30 – 50 meters high. They are called as such because the green grass turn chocolate brown at the end of summer. However, there are times when the hills show a mixture of green and brown. The Chocolate Hills is among the tourist spots listed in the Philippine Tourism Authority and has been declared as the third largest National Geological Monument and was recommended for inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List.Book Now
The tarsier is considered as the world’s smallest primate. An endangered species, the tarsier is a tree-climbing and insect-eating primate with large eyes. The Philippine Tarsier (Tarsius syrichta or Carlito syrichta) goes by the local name Maumag in Cebuano or Visayan and Mamag in Luzon. It is a protected species and although the practice of catching and selling them has already stopped, they remain threatened because their natural habitat is being destroyed. It is called as such because of its elongated “tarsus” or ankle bone just like the other members of the 45 million year old family Tarsiidae. In 1986, 1988, and 1990, the tarsier was declared Endangered by the IUCN Conservation Monitoring Centre. On September 13, 1991, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources issued Administrative Order 48 declaring it as an endangered species and is likely to become extinct if the causal factors remain operational.
Enjoy an idyllic river cruise aboard a floating restaurant along the Loboc River. Be enthralled by the captivating view of tropical palms and trees while being treated to a sumptuous lunch and music. Loboc River is situated in the Municipality of Loboc, 24 kilometers from the provincial capital of Tagbilaran City, the Loboc River boasts of its wide array of cruisers on board small bancas or floating restaurants. Tourists will be treated to a view of tropical vegetation such as nipa palms, coconut trees, banana groves, and bushes.Book Now
The Blood Compact Shrine in Barangay Bool, Tagbilaran City, commemorates the treaty of friendship between the Spanish explorer Miguel López de Legazpi and Datu Sikatuna the chieftain of Bohol on March 16, 1565, to seal their friendship as part of the tribal tradition. This treaty was sealed by drinking blood mixed in wine, thus it is called the “Blood Compact”.
One of the oldest stone churches in the country, the Baclayon Church dates back to the 16th century. Take a glimpse of Philippine colonial and Spanish history through its various religious relics and artifacts. It is the second oldest stone church building in the country after the San Agustin Church. Constructed in 1595 by the Jesuits and completed in 1727, a large bell was added in 1835. It is believed that the church had dungeons where violators of the Catholic Law were punished.Book Now
Thousands of mahogany trees planted by locals are found in Bilar’s Man-Made Forest. You can relax and feel the breeze or take pictures among the towering trees..The Man-made Mahogany Forest at Bilar is approximately 20 kilometers from the capital. It provides a perfect spot for taking pictures as it can be viewed along the road. The forest has been used as a backdrop in some action films made by Metro Manila filmmakers. The asphalt road between the towns of Bilar and Loboc is a favorite among mountain bikers. Hiking towards the mountain is another popular activity indulged in by the more adventurous visitors.
The Bohol Butterfly Conservation Center or the Butterfly Garden is home to hundreds of butterfly species. You can see the different stages of the butterfly’s development as well as specimens of live and preserved butterflies and moths.The Simply Butterflies Conservation Center is the pioneering butterfly livelihood breeding and conservation program in Bohol island. It is designed to provide protection and reinforcement to the natural habitat of butterflies using plant research, breeding, and releasing. The Butterfly Garden at Bilar houses more than 60 species that visit the garden naturally while more than 20 species are maintained in a netted area where they live, play, and breed. It is located in the municipality of Bilar, 41 kilometers from Tagbilaran City.Book Now
Tigabo Hanging Bridge in Loboc. Its height is about 25 meters (82 feet) above the river. It’s a good place to start if you’re trying to overcome your fear of heights.
Treat yourself to a trip that you will never forget. Meet the friendly dolphins and whales of Balicasag Island. Go diving and snorkeling. Finish this awesome trip with a visit to beautiful Virgin Island.