Virgin Island is a small uninhabited island a few kilometers off the shores of Panglao. Until recently, this island with attached S-shaped sandbar is not known to tourists. Even to this day, only a handful of tourists go there. But for those who know, the shallow pristine waters around the small island is a big draw.
Rajah Sikatuna National Park or otherwise known as Rajah Sikatuna Protected Landscape (RSPL) as renamed recently by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, is the widest remaining patch of forest in Bohol province. It was declared a national park in July, 1987 under the proclamation No. 129. The vast forest covers the towns of [...]
One of the famous tourist spots for locals in Bohol is the Logarita Spring in the Municipality of Bilar. It’s a natural spring with water coming from the mountains of Raja Sikatuna Nature Reserve. The reserve is actually the largest remaining tract of natural forest left in Bohol. The spring itself is surrounded by indigenous [...]
Another must-visit and experience activity in Bohol is the Loboc River Cruise. It’s a very popular destination because more than its floating restaurants and their food, one will be treated with the magnificent and breathtaking view of the Loboc River and its surroundings. The very clean river is complemented with green landscapes and tall coconut [...]
Another favorite tourist spot for adventures is the Mag-Aso falls in the municipality of Antequera. It can be reached within 30 minutes from Tagbilaran City. It is about 25 feet tall and situated on anice backdrop of lush greens composed mainly of towering trees. The area where Mag-Aso falls is located The sound of chirping [...]
Blessed with refreshing water that comes out of the spring 24/7 is the Badian Spring in the town of Valencia, about 42 kilometers ride from Tagbilaran. It is basically an underground spring that with a resort built around it. There’s an entrance fee to the spring which is only PHP20 for adults. There are also [...]
The Cave Of the roughly 1400 caves that you can find in Bohol, none is more famous than Hinagdanan. Its cavern is about 100 meters long with beautiful rock formations. The stalactites and stalagmites stick out from the ceiling and floor of the cave as though trying to meet each other. One of the most [...]
In the 1960′s, a nationwide reforestation program was launched by the Philippine government under then president Diosdado Macapagal. In Bohol, the program was spearheaded by then governor Lino Chatto thousands of Mahogany seedlings were planted on a cleared area of 857 hectares in Bilar and Loboc towns. Fast track to the 21st century, the mahogany [...]