A precious gem that is yet to be discovered by first time international and local excursionist, Bohol has diverse and famous main attractions, namely: the Chocolate Hills, tarsiers, the tropical forests and beaches, reflects its timeless charm. Owning the 10th spot of being the Philippines’ largest island, there’s more to Bohol that meets the eye.
Bohol: The Land of Natural Beauty
See the elegance of the renowned Chocolate Hills by heading to Carmen, Bohol. These nearly identical 1,268 grass-covered limestone domes change to a distinct shade of brown during summer, giving them an eye-catching alikeness to a certain pastry treat, that is their name. These “eye-candies” can be appreciated closely if you will ride an ATV when touring around the hills. Going here will surely satisfy your sweet tooth cravings because of its impressive array of delicious homegrown pastries like peanut kisses and broas.
Bohol is a sanctuary that pays importance to the role of mother nature in the ecological balance. Hence, its locals practice sustainable eco-tourism and marine preservation. Visitors who want to see whales and dolphins can also head here to experience their gentleness. The island is also the home of excellent dive sites and white sand beaches. Don’t just admire its beauty on post cards, make your dream vacation a reality, in the bewitching beauty of Bohol.