Blood Compact Shrine (Tagbilaran City)
The Blood Compact Shrine in Barangay Bool, Tagbilaran City, commemorates the treaty of friendship between Miguel Lopez de Legaspi and Rajah Sikatuna. This treaty was sealed by drinking blood mixed in wine, thus it is called the “Blood Compact”.
Baclayon Church and Museum (Baclayon)
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.
Tarsier Conservation Area (Loboc)
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.
Loboc River (Loboc)
Enjoy an idyllic 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.
Man-made Forest (Bilar)
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.
Butterfly Garden (Bilar)
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.
Chocolate Hills (Carmen)
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.
Aproniana Souvenir Shop (Baclayon)
After a tiresome but enjoyable day, a good way to cap it off is to buy souvenirs and local items at Aproniana Souvenir Shop. Buy some gifts to bring home to your friends and family, or simply as a souvenir or remembrance of your Bohol vacation.