1. Chocolate Hills
There are actually more than a thousand of these 30 to 50 meter hills. The mounds look like chocolates because it is made of limestone and trees don't grow on them.
2. Panglao Island beach
Panglao Island is located southwest of Tagbilaran City has one of the most beautiful beachfronts in the Philippines. I think I'd go back to Bohol more often than Boracay.
3. Baclayon Church
Baclayon Church is one of the best preserved churches ran by Jesuits and is the oldest coral stone church in the region.
4. Blood Compact
The blood compact was made between Spanish conquistador Miguel Lopez de Legazpi and Datu Sikatuna.
The Philippine tarsier is known to be one of the world's smallest primates. It is indigenous to the Island of Bohol. The guide said that they're supposed to be asleep during the day, but I guess they had to be up to entertain the tourists.
There's also the famous river floating restaurant, but I was quite disappointed in how things went when we went on it. Food wasn't that great, but the Loboc Children's Choir was quite entertaining. Watch their video below:
Other stuff to see: Hinagdanan Cave, Shell Museum, Man-Made Forest
Accommodations: Mellow Apartelle, Dumaluan Beach Resort
Cost of Going to Bohol
Tour - PhP5,500
(includes 3-overnight accommodations, breakfast, river floating resto lunch, transportation and transfers)
Airfare & Terminal Fee - PhP4,300 + PhP400
Pocket Money - PhP2,500
PhP500/day for food
PhP500 for pasalubong
Safe budget - PhP13,000/person for a group of 8
- We went to Cebu and took the Supercat to Bohol because it's cheaper rather than flying out directly to Tagbilaran.
- The cheapest pasalubong stuff are at the Hinagdanan Cave.
For complete trip recount please visit "An Apple a Day".