By: Julie Ann Padiernos
Bohol is a 1st provincial income class island province of the Philippines located in the Central Visayas region, consisting of the island itself and 75 minor surrounding islands.
The island is consist of a capital city, the Tagbilaran City, and 47 municipalities. The province of Bohol is a first-class province wherein approximately there are 700,000 tourist who visits the island every year.
Are you getting interested now and can’t wait till your eyes get mesmerized by the beauty of this island? Come on scroll down for more and relax while I tour you around Bohol …
Bohol’s Top 5 Tourist Destinations:
Tarsiers are adorable cute animals with giant eyes and immensely soft fur. You can watch tarsiers in two centers in Bohol island: Tarsier Sanctuary near Corella and Tarsier Conservation Area near Loboc.
Loboc River Cruise
Loboc Bohol is home of the famous Loboc Children’s Choir, Loboc is a peaceful municipality that is world famous to its well-known river which is aptly called Loboc River. This river is one of the cleanest rivers in the country.
The Hanging Bridge
The bamboo hanging of Sevilla, Bohol. It used to be the bridge used by the locals to cross the Sipatan river. Originally this bridge was only made of woven bamboo slats, ropes, and some cables.
Dubbed by CNN as one of the Most Spectacular Foot Bridges in the World, is a must-visit. It offers a perfect view of the river and its surrounding nature.
One of the most popular Bohol Island tourist attractions is the beaches in Panglao Island. Its main attractions are its white sand beach, clear waters, and tranquil ambiance. Its rich marine life is ideal for snorkeling and, now attracting several divers from all over the place.
And last but not the least, The Chocolate Hills. These are a geological formation consisting of 1,776 conical-shaped hills ranging from 30 to 120 meters high. The name comes from the fact that during the dry season they change their color to a light brown color.
Your tour to Bohol will not be completed if you miss this one out. And believe me once you see them, you’ll never regret coming to this wonderful island.
Bohol has so much more to offer, you just need to come here and see the beauty that lies within this small island.
Can’t wait to see you here!