An island province in the Central Visayas region and one of the most popular destinations for tourists to the Philippines who come to see its island beaches and the “Chocolate Hills”. The Philippine tarsier is indigenous to the island.

Bohol is also historically significant because the Spanish explorer Miguel López de Legazpi arrived here in 1565 and made a peace pact with the Datu Sikatuna commeratated by the Blood Compact Monument in Tagbilaran City, the capital of Bohol province.

Key Attractions

Chocolate Hills

A geological formation of approximately 1,300 mound-like hills on Bohol island province. The unusual formation of these karst…

Habitat Butterflies Conservation Center

Butterfly breeding and conservation center about 40 kilometers from Tagbilaran City which also aims to support the local…
7:30am to 5pm
P50

Panglao Island

A tropical island to the west of the provincial capital city of Tagbilaran (joined by two bridges) popular…

Philippine Tarsier & Wildlife Sanctuary Bohol

140-hectare area of land in Bohol dedicated as a sanctuary for the Philippine Tarsier, the world’s smallest primate.…
9am to 4pm
P50

Tagbilaran City

The capital city of Bohol province and gateway to the attractions of the island. The Panglao Island International…
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