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Exploring Bohol!

Bohol is a small province in Central Visayas (Philippines) but it’s gifted with rich natural resources and wonders of nature.
The province is known for the Chocolate Hills and tarsier (smallest mammal), but this small province has MORE to offer!

Let’s find out…

How to reach Bohol?

1. Via Tagbilaran Airport

The easiest way to come to Bohol is via Tagbilaran Airport. There available flights from major domestic airlines operating in Tagbilaran Airport. You may check there websites:

2. Via Ferry

If you are just coming from nearby provinces in Visayas area, taking a fastcraft ferry is the best option. It’s cheaper and travel time is just 1-2 hours. You may choose from the two major ports where you want to arrive in Bohol. There are daily schedules available to the following ports:

  • Tagbilaran Port – located near the city center.
  • Tubigon Port – located on the Northern part of Bohol.

Journey with us, as we explore Bohol for just two days and one night…

I am from Cebu, a province just beside Bohol. After three attempts to have a tour in Bohol for the last five years, at last! now, I’m stepping in on a the ferry going to Bohol.

This trip just came out from an impulsive decision with just a few hours of planning a night before we depart from Cebu.

Here’s our itinerary:

Blood Compact Shrine. A symbol of friendship between spanish explorer Miguel Lopez de Legaspi and Bohol chieftain Datu Sikatuna.

The Sandugo was a blood compact, performed in the island of Bohol in the Philippines, between the Spanish explorer Miguel LΓ³pez de Legazpi and Datu Sikatuna the chieftain of Bohol on March 16, 1565, to seal their friendship as part of the tribal tradition. This is considered as the first treaty of friendship between the Spaniards and Filipinos. “Sandugo” is a Visayan word which means “one blood”. excerpt from wikipedia

Dauis bridge. The bridge connects the Bohol mainland and Panglao Island.

Dauis Church. The century-old church was under construction during this time because ot was ruined when an earthquake hit the province.

Alona Beach, Panglao Island. A white-sand beach. At night, unlike Boracay, the place is crowded with tourist but still peaceful. No beach parties but dinner by the beach.

Relax on this resort with Nipa Hut rooms in Panglao Island at an affordable rate.

Chocolate Hills National Park.

Shiphaus.

Bilar Man-Made Forest.

Farm and Mini-Zoo.

Butterfly Sanctuary.

Tarsier Sanctuary.


An awesome trip!

Hoping for more travels and crazy adventures! πŸ˜‰

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In ordinary days I'm an industrial engineer and an advocate of Global Financial Literacy. In extraordinary days, I'm crazy - addicted to wander and explore, dreaming to experience life on strange places. The world is not scary afterall.... "Life is wonderful journey of crazy adventures!" πŸ˜œπŸ‘£πŸ‘£πŸ‘£πŸŒŽ

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