9 Must-Visit Spots in Bohol for an Adrenaline-Packed Adventure With the Barkada!

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2020-03-14
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Calling all adrenaline junkies!

While Bohol is known for its iconic landscapes and wildlife, many aren’t aware that it’s actually a hotspot for any and everyone seeking for a thrilling adventure. From tightrope cycling to sardine runs, we’ve come up with a quick list of adventures to tick off for a quick adrenaline fix in Bohol with your barkada! Check them out.

1. Chocolate Hills Adventure Park

The Chocolate Hills is most likely already on your bucket list, but if you’re looking for something a little more adventerous you can kill two birds with one stone at the Chocolate Hills Adventure Park. This theme park is located in the town of Carmen, featuring tree-top adventures and ziplines against the lush backdrop of the famous Chocolate hills. Here, thrill-seekers can choose to pedal across a tightrope on the Bike Zip or surf above the hills on the Wave Runner, just to name a few!

2. Dolphin Watching and Snorkeling at Balicasag Reef

Bohol’s underwater sanctuary doesn’t get enough praise as it should. Just off the coast of Panglao Island, you can travel by boat to Balicasag Island where you can experience incredible ocean adventures – from dolphin watching to snorkeling with thousands of sea creatures at a nearby marine sanctuary. For additional thrill, you can also rent out some scuba gear and dive deeper into the unknown with a divemaster!

3. Can-Umantad Falls

Located in the town of Candijay, you’ll find the beautiful Can-Umantad Falls. Though famed for being the tallest waterfall in Bohol, it’s fairly difficult to get to, which is why it is so secluded. Visitors will need to request for a habal-habal (pillion motorcycle) transfer to the falls, or they join in on an island day tour.

4. Sardine Run at Napaling Dive Point

Get ready for an underwater experience like no other! At Napaling, you can snorkel through the clear blue waters and witness a sardine run – a phenomenon that will place you in the middle of millions of sardines in the middle of migration. If this doesn’t leave you in awe of Bohol’s aquatic wonders – we don’t know what will!

5. Waterfall Hopping at Dimiao Twin Falls and Ingkumhan Falls

One of Bohol’s most stunning natural wonders is a hidden paradise. To get to the Dimiao Twin Falls, visitors will need to endure a short trek, which will then be rewarded by a stunning sight and cool, refreshing waters. Feel free to swim for hours and explore the area – which has its fair share of caves and natural pools. Dimiao Twin Falls is located by a number of other natural attractions, such as Ingkumhan Falls, which is only easily accessible with a guided tour.

6. Danao Adventure Park

The Danao Adventure Park is a haven for thrill-seekers. There are a number of heart-pumping activities that you can take part in including The Plunge, the Glass Cliffwalk, bouldering, and river trekking to name a few. Luckily for those keen to visit, you can book a private car transfer from Tagbilaran to arrive at the park with no hassle!

7. Parasailing in Panglao

Parasailing has always been a go-to activity for many thrill-seekers; so if you haven’t found the chance to give it a go – now’s the best time! Not only do you finally get to cross this activity off your bucket list, but you’ll also get to soar above Bohol and take in its magnificent sights.

8. ATV Trail Rides

Get the gang together for an ATV adventure through the woods surrounding the Chocolate Hills! This is the perfect activity for a bonding session with your family or friends – and you can choose how competitive you want the experience to be! So after your photo-op by the famed attraction, get ready to mount a quad bike and rip through the woods on an ATV or buggy!

9. Hinagdanan Cave Pool

Bohol’s Hinagdanan Cave is a popular destination amongst tourists thanks to its unique cave pool. Adventure-seekers will love this experience as you’d have to do a light trek up and down the cave to arrive at a refreshing natural pool beneath naturally-formed stalactites. The pool is a steep 15-20 feet deep, so you’ll be asked to use a float for safety precautions. Visitors must visit during swimming hours to maximize the experience, so in order to guarantee you get this unique opportunity, book yourself a guided tour!

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