Bohol Island Travel Guide
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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 75%Local Culture
- 74%Green Travelers
- 51%Business Travelers
Member Reviews (20)
- Bohol IslandMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsJan 04, 2014
Bohol's main draw for domestic tourists is the Chocolate Hills (a great many hills, essentially, of a brownish color), and its resident population of tarsiers (the world's smallest pro-simian). International visitors will like it, however, for the diving and resorts on Alona Beach or (better) the relaxed vibe, good diving, and undeveloped beauty of the Anda peninsula, or Cabilao and Pamilacan islands.
- Bohol IslandJun 28, 2013
everything we've done, viewed and ate were superb. We all got big returning here in Manila because of the authentic Filipino food they serve :) ; Tarsiers are suicidal animals and active at night and feeds on insects. ; It's more fun in the Philippines :)
- Bohol IslandApr 20, 2013
The Island of Bohol has alot of natural wonders to offer. from tarsiers to chocolate hills and cruising along the jade green loboc river and many more. in order for one to visit all the beautiful spots one may need to at least stay 3days and 2 nights to savor bohol has to offer. www.inconboholtours.webs.com visit us and we will help you make your bohol escapade as easy and hassle-free
- Bohol IslandMember ofLocal CultureBusiness TravelersFoodies+ 3First to ReviewJul 05, 2012
One of the most interesting places I visited in the Philippines!
It has the Unesco World Heritage Sight The Chocolate Hills, The Bee Farm, Targiers (which are the smallest mammals in the world).
Also has great beach resorts!
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