Environmental conservation is very important at present because of the catastrophes that are happening in our world today. To lessen the effects of global warming, people should have their own initiative in protecting our mother earth. Bohol is one of the most admired provinces in the Philippines because of its rich natural wonders and clean environment.
There are many provinces in the Philippines like Cebu, Davao, Batanes, Iloilo and Legazpi. But, Bohol is a first-of-its-kind island province which consists of the island itself and 75 minor surrounding islands. These many islands with white sand beaches, coves, popular diving spots and lush tropical rainforest are some of the natural wonders that made Bohol one of the finest ecological destinations in the Philippines that highlights the beauty of the place.
If you want to experience nature in its fullest form, this province is certainly one of the places that you should visit.
Mystery and Beauty Combined
The island of Bohol never fails to allure its tourists because of its mysterious and beautiful sceneries. There’s really something about this place that attracts people to come and visit the island. The abundant natural and cultural attractions along with the mixture of different geography and ecology make Bohol a unique adventure for eco-tourism.
The Wonderful Backdrop of Chocolate Hills
As one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bohol, the formation of Bohol came from a collection of rare land of unspecified origin. During wet season, the grasses turned green and during dry season, they become brown. These hills will remind us of a small child’s drawing, and giant molehills.
A world class diving destination that will surely give water sports enthusiasts a brand new adventure via life under the sea. According to a tour operator in the Philippines, many tourists try out scuba, snorkeling and other water sports. Therefore, it gives plenty of centers opportunity to earn money and provide income for the natives of this province.
Diving highlights include reef sharks, marine turtles, frogfish, cuttlefish, octopi, sea horses and many more.
Marvelous Eyes of the Tarsier
Tarsiers are one of the most eye-catching animals in the Philippines. They are best known for being the world’s smallest primate which is no larger than an adult men’s hand. They are nocturnal animals that eat variety of insects. This bewitching animal can be found in the islands of Samar, Leyte, Bohol and Mindanao in the Philippines.
Everybody wants a beautiful world because we all want the future generation to not only experience it but to take care of it. Tourism can be beneficial to our economy if we take care of the environment. We should try our best to preserve its ecological balance the best way we can before it’s too late.