For any first time traveller in the Philippines, Bohol is always a must-place to visit as this bountiful province of Visayas is a condensed version of the country.
Bohol is known for its coral reefs and unusual geological formations. Dive into the colorful underwater & be mesmerized by the famous Sprawling Chocolate Hills.
Spoiler alert: they are not really made of Chocolate…
In Bohol, you can also find the smallest monkey called the ‘Tarsier’. Locals call it ‘mamag’! But be careful, they are very sensitive creatures under extinction. Do not touch them or else, they would give themselves death…
So, whether you are looking to get a tan at white sand beaches, like in Alona Beach, to simply indulge on a relaxing river cruise, or conquer thrilling adventures, on squads in Panglao , don’t hesitate to put Bohol on your travel list!
Taste the “Chicken halang halang” at the Saffron restaurant at Amorita resort
Eat local seafood at Casa Amigan
Try the ice cream at the Gelateria Milano in Tagbilaran City
Nov-April: Northeast Moonsoon, short rains and sunny days
May July – Hottest time with high humidity
Aug – Oct: Southwest Monsoon with mix of sunny & rainy days
Below are some general estimates, but we do not guarantee them. Keep an eye on the typhoon and weather forecast websites.
Good to Know
Read the basic info and also some fun facts about the Philippines! Here you will find everything you should know about Bohol!
₱1020 (average 20$/meal)
₱500 (less than 10$)
Here is an overview of all the activities to do and places to visit in Bohol ! From catching the sunrise at The Alicia Panoramic to meeting the smallest ape in the planet the Tarsier and relaxing by the Loboc River !
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