Scenic Bohol has always been a dream destination for most Philippines and tourists worldwide. From the famous Chocolate Hills and Tarsier plentiful things to do, every moment is worth spending for. Bohol is the perfect arena for scuba diving, kayaking, hiking and cave exploration. For the less adventures, it offers leisure activities like cruising, swimming, snorkeling, or simply collecting seashells by the sea
Bohol is the tenth largest island in the Philippines. The province is located in the heart of the Visayas. The west of Bohol and Cebu is to the east is Leyte.
It has many fascinating islands along its coast. The islands are renowned Panglao, Pamilacan, Cabilao, Jao, Mahanay and Lapinin. The islands are also home to the world-class diving spots. The diving spots in Bohol are popular for tourists because of its walls a splendid, splendid variety of marine creatures and sub-infinite beauty of the landscape. Bohol is also home hundreds of chocolate hills that is best for the summer, because it looks like a lie too much chocolate drops. Bohol is also well known as the home of the world’s smallest monkey, Tarsier, which can be found in the hills of Corella.
HOW TO GET THERE
From Manila, take a connecting flight in Saint-Etienne, which takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes. It is also possible to take a boat to Bohol, but will take 25 hours and is only recommended if you have a lot of time and enjoy a sea voyage, or Travel on a rock-bottom budget. If you come from Manila, you can also go to Cebu by air, then by boat. There are numerous daily flights from Manila to Cebu. The flying time is approximately 50 minutes. The transfer by taxi from the airport to the pier takes about 30 minutes in normal traffic conditions and is expected to cost 165 pesos. The following airlines fly from Manila to Cebu: PAL, Cebu Pacific, Air Philippines, Asian Spirit, Astro Air and Grand Air.