Bohol is a popular tourist destination with beaches and resorts. From Cebu, you can take the SuperCat, Weesam or Ocean Fast Ferry to Taglibaran, the capital of Bohol, an island in the southeast of the Philippines. Everyday there are many flights connecting Manila to here.
Admire the world’s smallest monkey species
Have you ever seen the world’s smallest primates? Come to Bohol. Although only about eight to six centimeters tall, Tarsier always makes people look up because by day they often sleep on small branches, about two meters above the ground. In the reservation area of Tarsier, you have to go light, speak quietly and take pictures without lights so as not to wake up the good sleep. Visitors must follow the available paths and be guided only by the location of the tarsier.
Play zipline across the Loboc River
With about $7, you can choose to fly the zipline from one mountain to another and watch the Loboc River bend beneath. You will be wrapped in a large canvas with a safety lock, hanging on the rope, dropping along the cable lines connecting the two sides of the mountain. If you do not like this thrilling game you can choose to take a cable car, or choose a zipline and cable car rental package, equal to that amount of money.
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After that, you can enjoy buffet in the river. Eating lunch buffet on board in Bohol is an activity not to be missed by everyone. With only 400 pesos, you can enjoy local food, drink, fruit, and enjoy the music. The boat floats slowly, the wind is cool and the scene is beautiful. It’s really great to enjoy.
Run to the chocolate hills
About 1,268 hemispheres lying on an area of about 50 km² in the middle of Bohol Island, turning into light brown in the dry season make up the distinctive chocolate hills. These hills are considered the most lively nature monument on Bohol Island and the image of the hills bobbing up and lying close together and is like a box of chocolates were selected on the flag and on the seal of this island.
Watch dolphins at sea at dawn
From Bohol just across a bridge, you will reach Panglao. Off the coast of Panglao, dolphins swim year-round, especially from March to May. The best time of day to see the dolphins jumping around the bow of the boat is about 5 to 7 am. So let’s start off early!
Snorkeling watching the sea life of Bohol
From Alona Beach in Panglao, you can rent boats to the surrounding islands like Balicasag, Pamilacan, and Virgin. Each island is a small paradise. On the islands there are usually boats, guides and diving tools for you to explore the aquarium. The feeling of swimming between colorful flocks of colorful fish is something you must not miss.