Bohol is known not just for its main island, but also the numerous smaller surrounding islands that are famous for their coral reefs. Bohol is also well known for its lush Chocolate Hills – a must-visit on your trip there!
Visit the countryside and head to the historical Blood Compact Shrine where blood was drawn and drank to symbolize the friendship between a Spaniard and the Chieftain of Bohol. Cuddle up with endangered tarsiers at the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary or have a swim at the Loboc river! Hop over to Bohol's nearby island, such as the Panglao Island where you can take a dip inside a limestone cave and taste the best food in the city at the Bohol Bee Farm.