About Bohol

Bohol is a province of the Philippines, in the country’s Central Visayas region. It comprises Bohol Island and numerous smaller surrounding islands. Bohol is known for coral reefs and unusual geological formations, notably the Chocolate Hills. On the main island, near the town of Carmen, these 1,200 or so symmetrical mounds turn cocoa-brown in the dry season, contrasting with the surrounding jungle's greenery. Offshore from the southwestern capital, Tagbilaran, in Panglao Island. The island has beach resorts and renowned dive sites around south-coast Alona, as well as diving schools and opportunities for dolphin-watching. Inland, the forest of the Rajah Sikatuna Protected Landscape is popular for bird-watching and trekking. The Tarsier Sanctuary in Corella helps preserve the endangered Philippine tarsier, a tiny, bug-eyed primate. Wooden boats serve traditional buffets as they follow the Loboc River to Busay Falls. Around Antequera are caves and waterfalls.
Panglao Island

Panglao is an island in the north Bohol Sea, located in the Central Visayas region of the Visayas island group, in the south-central Philippines.
Chocolate Hills

Chocolate Hills are a geological formation in the Bohol province of the Philippines. There are at least 1,260 hills but there may be as many as 1,776 hills spread over an area of more than 50 square kilometers. They are covered in green grass that turns brown during the dry season, hence the name.
Hinagdanan Cave

Hinagdanan Cave is a cave in the municipality of Dauis on Panglao Island, in Bohol Province, in the Philippines. It is a naturally lighted cavern with a deep lagoon and many large stalactites and stalagmites. The cave is lit by sunlight which filters through holes in the ceiling and photography is popular at this limestone cave with dramatic stalactites, tours, and a lagoon.
Bilar Man-Made Forest

Bilar Man-Made Forest is a mid-20th century forest and it features mahogany forest stretching in a 2km stretch of densely planted with Mahogany trees located in the border of Loboc and Bilar towns with trails and viewing decks.
Chocolate Hills Lookout

Chocolate Hills Lookout is a popular observation area known for its panoramic views of its hilly, tree-filled surroundings.
Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary

Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary is a large forest dedicated to the protection of tarsiers, small nocturnal primates with big, round eyes that feed primarily on insects in their natural habitat.
Baclayon Church

Baclayon Church commonly known as La Purisima Concepcion de la Virgen Maria Parish Church is a Roman Catholic Church. The Catholic church dates from 1590 and is built of coral stones along with a museum with religious relics.
Blood Compact

Blood Compact is a well-known monument in scenic surrounds is a statue depicting a famous blood compact from 1565.
Loboc Church

Loboc Church commonly known as San Pedro Apostol Parish Church is a Roman Catholic church in the municipality of Loboc. The church is built along the banks of the Loboc River. As a church built by the Jesuits, exterior walls of the church have the Jesuit insignia and icons of an angel's wing and head.
Sagbayan Peak

Sagbayan Peak is a mountain resort with whimsical animal sculptures, a small waterpark, swings, and a cafe. The peak offers a 360° view of the famed Chocolate Hills and the distant blue sea separating Bohol from the island of Cebu.
Best Time To Visit Bohol

The best time to visit Bohol is from November to April when the weather is pleasant and not too hot.

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