When you hear someone say, “Bohol,” tarsier and Chocolate Hills are what famous. But as opposed to what people know, Bohol has a whole heap of things to offer. I have attested it last summer when I traveled there with couple of friends.
In this blog post, I will be summarizing our two-day trip to Bohol. This only highlights the tourist destinations we have been which were, to be honest, certainly bitin (n. hanging, not enough), and one of the trips that made me say, I shall come back for more.
To summarize our Bohol spree, I have created several blog posts for you to be familiar with our Bohol experience. Some posts are in the process of the making. Getting to the link that corresponds below will direct you to a detailed post for vast perusal knowledge about Bohol.
How did we get to Bohol from Cebu? From Cebu, we took a ferry going from Cebu City Pier going to Tagbilaran City.
Where did we stay? We did have a pleasant stay at Reggae Guest House which was 10 to 1 5-min walk to Alona Beach (one of the famous beach attractions in Bohol).
What we did and where did we go? Apparently, Bohol has a lot of points of interest and each destination has established a memorable experience, even if we have done “a thing” which made us regret of doing throughout our stay in Alona beach, taking everything into account was absolutely thrilling. I will be updating this post later to include the link of each destination.
- Alona Beach
- Baclayon Church
- Blood Compact
- Butterfly Garden
- Chocolate Hills
- Loboc River Cruise
- Mag-aso Falls
- Man-made forest
- Prony, the biggest and longest Python
Things to see and experience when I come back
- Danao Adventure Park
- Bohol Bee Farm
- Whale and Dolphin Watching Tour in Pamilacan Island