Hit two birds with one stone with this combination tour that takes you to the best of both Bohol Countryside and Panglao Island. Start the day with a visit to the Blood Compact Site, a historical landmark in the Bohol. From there, head to Baclayon Church and Museum, one of the country's oldest churches, and a National Treasure in the Philippines. After exploring the church and its museum filled with artifacts from the Spanish colonial era, head over to the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary. There, you'll see the world's smallest primates - adorable and bug-eyed, but endangered so be careful when you walk around the sanctuary! Next up: a buffet lunch along Loboc River, on a floating restaurant that cruises along the river too! After lunch, go to the Bilar Manmade Forest - a beautiful 2 kilometer long Mahogany forest. From there, head to the famous Chocolate Hills that actually look like Hershey Kisses from above! Visit the Butterfly Sanctuary, then go souvenir shopping, concluding your tour of Bohol Countryside's highlights. For the second half of the tour, you'll be taken to Hinagdaanan Cave, Dauis Church, Panglao Watchtower, Shell Museum and Bohol Bee Farm. You can take a dip in the cave lake in Hinagdaanan Cave, then head to Dauis Church to see another one of the country's oldest churches in Bohol. From there, head to Panglao Watchtower for fantastic views of Panglao island. Then, drop by Shell Museum to see the vast collection of sea shells. The tour ends with a 30 minute guided walking tour of Bohol Bee Farm, where you can see the organic vegetable garden, crafting area and bee colony. Breeze through the best of the best of Bohol's Countryside and Panglao Island - perfect for first timers in Bohol.