31 Best places to visit in Bohol Travel Guide




What to do in Bohol? We are glad you asked.


Expect a get-away, loaded with pleasant wilderness experiences that will get your heart beating and endorphins streaming! Bohol has it all, from the adventure thrill seeker, to the quiet beach bum.

As the tenth biggest island in the Philippines, you will find that a couple of days is not enough to explore this great place. Bohol is large and has so much to offer. We have beaches that rival Boracay, and a wilderness more wild then Palawan. Bohol is a short boat ride from Cebu or a quick flight from Manila.

Bohol, is best known for the  Chocolate Hills but it also has over a 150 more tourist destinations. We show some of the best things to do in Bohol.




1. Visit the Chocolate Hills

Address: Carmen Bohol
How to get there:
One can go by public bus going to the Chocolate Hills Complex in the town of Carmen available at the Dao Integrated Bus Terminal in Tagbilaran City. The complex is about 55 kilometers away and 1 hour & 30 minutes travel away from the city. Travel time may be shorter if one travels by private vehicle as stops are lesser if none at all before reaching the spot.


Description
The Chocolate Hills are probably Bohol's most famous tourist attraction. They look like giant mole hills, or as some say, women's breasts, and remind us of the hills in a small child's drawing. Most people who first see pictures of this landscape can hardly believe that these hills are not a man-made artifact.

The Chocolate Hills are by a long shot the most prevalent vacation spot on Bohol Island and once you see it, it's straightforward why. Here lay several symmetrical green sloping slopes the extent that the eye can see. 

Amid the dry season, these slopes go up against a drain chocolate shading subsequently "Chocolate Hills". During rainy season - the blustery season, they are lavish and green. 

Contract a motorbike to navigate and appreciate the twisting streets with normal and other sights en route.




2. Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary

Address: Bilar,Bohol

Believed to be only found in Bohol, these smallest primates  can only be found in Bohol. Tarsier Conservation Area in Bilar, which should take about 45 minutes to 1 hour. One may take buses or jeepneys that are readily available in Tagbilaran city which is 30 kilometers away. Air conditioned vans and cars are also available in hotels and resorts.

Description The entire family can enjoy trekking through the habitat to see these amazing creatures. Ask questions after the tour. They are nocturnal but are also mildly awake in daytime. Take pictures with no flashes and keep your distance because sometimes they are very close. Just make sure to be extra quiet.

Tarsiers- locally known as 'mamag'- are an endangered species and would be nearly extinct if not for the endeavors of the Tarsier Conservatory in Bohol. Tarsiers are viewed as a "needy" animal varieties implying that they can't flourish in the wild all alone. Each visit to the Tarsier Conservatory helps support endeavors and living space to keep these adorable little animals alive.

When you visit the center, you'll see a few of these little frog-fingers primates hanging out in the trees, resting under leaves and gazing at you with their incredible huge eyes. The visit takes about  20 minutes since they would prefer not to worry these Tarsiers, yet it's absolutely justified, and totally worth it.



3. Cadapdapan Rice Terraces 

AddressBrgy. Cadapdapan, Candijay, Bohol
How to get there:
By private car – we will advise for a 4×4 vehicle
By Public Transport – Bus from Tagbilaran city – Brgy. Lungsodaan, Candijay Bohol    is (92 kms | 80.00Php)
Van from Tagbilaran City – 130.00 Php


Description
The terraces were formed from elevated areas converted into farmlands by the natives of barangay Cadapdapan a long time ago. Usually seen in pictures, the terraces’ dominate color is a golden yellow. A color which reminds them of the wealth left for them from their ancestors that are indeed worth remembering. You shouldn’t miss the aesthetics of the Cadapdapan Rice Terraces. See the panoramic view of the terraces and witness the dance of every weed at the touch of the wind. Savor the refreshing scent of air and cherish every minute of it.

Rice Terraces, with their sprawling level fields and brilliant green hues, are a mark of Asia. In filthy fields of sloppy water, agriculturists plant rice seeds that develop long green stems making exquisite scenes. It isn't that rice needs water to develop, yet rather, the water guarantees that the rice don't move toward becoming traded off with organism or sickness.

In the Philippines, rice speaks to a tremendous wellspring of sustenance and trade with a huge number of Filipinos working in rice fields everyday. Bounce out of your vehicle in favor of the street to take everything in and you'll without a doubt see a few agriculturists working ceaselessly. Don't hesitate to snap a couple of photographs of the rice fields, simply be deferential of the ranchers.






4. Dimiao Twin Waterfalls

AddressGuingoyuran, Dimiao, Bohol
How to Get There
By private car –we advise a 4×4 vehicle
By Public Transport – Jeepney and Bus from Tagbilaran City – Brgy. Poblacion, Bohol is 37 kms from Tagbilaran City ,and about 45 minutes – 1 hour travel time.
One way fare – 35 Php
Additional fare – Habal-habal 50 php (one way fare) from town proper to Pahangog Twinfalls for 9 kms

Description
This waterfalls is surrounded with big trees and lush vegetation giving the picturesque mountain scenery a cool and invigorating atmosphere. Its distinctive peculiarity features does not ebb even during the peak of the summer months, and its water glide gently in three streams over crags and ridges that form a semi-circle water, without fear of being carried away by strong current.
One of them has a pool that catches fresh cool waters gushing from its sides.  The largest cascade is 50 ft. high more or less.  One can easily take a dip in its nature-made lagoon.

One phenomenon very near the cataract are two caverns.  Both nature and time seem to have their tricky crafts combined to produce a unusual interior in this cave with the gleaning stalactites and stalagmites of different shapes and sizes.




5. Anda Quinale White Sand Beach

Address: Poblacion, Anda, Bohol 
How to get there:
ANDA is approximately 100 kms from the city of Tagbilaran, Bohol.By Private Car – estimated travel time of 1 hour and 30 minutes.
By Public Transport– Bus & V-Hire (Terminals are located at Dao Terminal, Tagbilaran City as the service center of Bohol.
Buses travel daily from Tagbilaran to Anda – Php100.00  (estimated 3hours of travel)
Van travel daily from Tagbilaran to Anda – Php130.00  (estimated 1 hour and 45 minutes of  travel time.)
OPTION: You may take a bus or van via Guindulman, Bohol (P130.00) and from the town of Guindulman, take a tricycle or hired motorcycle to Anda (Php 50.00 for Regular Fare and Php100.00 for Special Fare).
Terminal is located in Anda Public Market and please be guided with the tariff rates as posted in the terminal (Rate is subject to change without prior notice).

Description
When it comes to pristine, white sand beaches, Boracay, Puerto Galera or Puerto Princessa are often listed as the most favored destinations. Nonetheless, people looking for an alternative destination should consider Anda Quinale White Sand Beach in Bohol.
Pamper your work-enslaved self, you deserve a break.
In terms of fineness and whiteness, the white sand of Anda Quinale wins by a large margin when compared to the other destinations. The white sand in Anda Quinale White Sand Beach is on par if not better than Boracay White Beach or Entalula Beach in El Nido. In fact, a visitor from the United Nations World Tourism Organization has once praised it as the “finest sand” he has ever seen.
Stretch on a recliner, ease your aching muscles, grab a book and be lost in this palm-fringed tropical beach hideaway.
 How about exploring the vast stretch of the beach while you look for corals washed ashore? Or you can simply appreciate the setting of the sun and the gushing of the waves?
The main public beach stretches for a couple of kilometers. The more secluded part of the beach is located a further two kilometers to the west. A statue of a World War II soldier serves as a landmark, a reminder of the American landing in this town during the war days.
When the smell of food gets to you, indulge: slide into the nearby beach bar and relish bounties of the sea. From a fisherman’s daily catch, feast on grilled squid and fish, seafood-clam soup, vinegar-dipped blanched seashell meat, prawns and shrimps, crabs and sushi, they’re all in the menu.
Go barefoot across beautiful fine white sands: billions of finely ground corals caressed by the nursing tides, and washed into the lazy slopes of Quinale Beach. Or simply take a fun dip, frolic in the aquamarine sea and let the gently lapping water calm your nerves.




6. Ingkumhan Waterfalls

Address: Bauhugan, Dimiao, Bohol 

How to get there:
Once you arrive at Tagbilaran City Sea Port or Tagbilaran City airport, just hail a tricycle to take you to Dao Terminal. And from Dao Terminal, you can take a Bus or Van bound for Dimiao, Bohol. Ask the Bus Conductor or the Van driver to drop you off at the Dimiao Proper. The travel time is more than an hour from Tagbilaran City and the fare is less than Php 100.00. And from Dimiao proper, you can hire a motorcycle to bring you to Ingkumhan Falls and Pahangog Twin Falls, or if you can make it to Dam-agan Falls as well, it will be a great thing. We paid Php 300.00 for the motorcycle, which is good for two people and we visited Ingkumhan Falls and Pahangog Twin Falls.

INGKUMHAN FALLS FEES

Entrance Fee – Adult (Php 10.00) Child (Php 5.00)
Bamboo Raft – Php 25.00
Cottage – Php 100.00
Parking Fee – Motorcycle (Php 10.00) Van (Php 20.00)

Description The Ingkumhan Falls is said to be the enchanting waterfalls in Bohol. It is peacefully situated in Brgy. Bauhugan, Dimiao, Bohol. Many locals were actually doubtful about the existence of this waterfall, as it possesses a magical underwater cave. The old folks of the town have  tried exploring the said magical underwater cave, but only one person has successfully explored it. This waterfall has been a pacifier for many locals, since the Ingkumhan Falls is their quick getaway destination, particularly during summer. It is where the family and acquaintances gather to enjoy the natural beauty, and the unusual fulfillment that this waterfall can provide. It is perfectly tucked in the green forest with an enchanting beauty that have captivated the attention of many.




7. Combento Cave Pool

Address: Anda, Bohol 

How to get there:

From Tagbilaran City

Once you arrive at Tagbilaran City Sea Port or Tagbilaran City airport, just hail a tricycle to take you to Dao Terminal. From Dao Terminal ride a Bus or Van bound for Anda, Bohol. Travel time is roughly 2.5 to 3 hours and the fare is around PHP 100.00. At the Brgy. Poblacion in Anda, Bohol, you can take Motorela or locally known as Rela to Combento Cave Pool, fare is around PHP 50.00 and the travel time is approximately 15 minutes. They mostly charge bigger once the driver has to wait, and you can as well ask the driver to take you to the Cabagnow Cave Pool, which is located close to the Combento Cave Pool. In our case, we paid PHP 480.00, and four of us that time, so, we only paid PHP 120.00 for each of us. That’s our fare from Anda, Public Market to Cabagnow Cave Pool and Combento Cave Pool, including the waiting time. You can always haggle, if you think that the fare is expensive.

From Tubigon

Apart from fare is cheaper from Cebu to Tubigon, travel time is only more than an hour via Fast Cat or other Fast Craft bound for Tubigon. From Tubigon, ride a Bus bound for Guindulman. The travel time is less than 3 hours. The fare is less than PHP 200.00. From Guindulman, take a Bus/Van, travel time is approximately 30 minutes and the fare is around PHP 30.00.
You can also take Motorela or locally known as Rela, fare is around PHP 50.00 and the travel time is approximately 30 minutes.
At the Brgy. Poblacion in Anda, Bohol, you can take Motorela or locally known as Rela to Combento Cave Pool, fare is around PHP 50.00 and the travel time is approximately 15 minutes. They mostly charge bigger once the driver has to wait, and you can as well ask the driver to take you to the Cabagnow Cave Pool, which is located close to the Combento Cave Pool. In our case, we paid PHP 480.00, and four of us that time, so, we only paid PHP 120.00 for each of us. That’s our fare from Anda, Public Market to Cabagnow Cave Pool and Combento Cave Pool, including the waiting time. You can always haggle, if you think that the fare is expensive.
Description
The Combento Cave Pool doesn’t have spacious pool, but when you drench your body in its water, you’ll surely love it. If the Cabagnow Cave Pool was deep enough to swim, Combento Cave Pool is not that deep, it’s like 4 to 5 feet deep, which is scarcely enough to soak your body. When I get inside, I felt like I was owning a private natural pool, it was serene, and perfect for the kind of adventure I always love to experience. It was a bit dark inside, and the only light that provides the whole cave pool is the natural light that passes through the entrance of Combento Cave Pool.


8. Cabagnow Cave Pool

Address: Sitio Fatima, Bacong Anda, Bohol

How to get there:

From Tagbilaran City
Once you arrive at Tagbilaran City Sea Port or Tagbilaran City airport, just hail a tricycle to take you to Dao Terminal. From Dao Terminal ride a Bus or Van bound for Anda, Bohol. Travel time is roughly 2.5 to 3 hours and the fare is around PHP 100.00. At the Brgy. Poblacion in Anda, Bohol, you can take Motorela or locally known as Rela to Cabagnow Cave Pool, fare is around PHP 50.00 and the travel time is approximately 15 minutes. They mostly charge bigger once the driver has to wait, and you can as well ask the driver to take you to the Combento Cave Pool, which is located close to the Cabagnow Cave Pool.
In our case, we paid PHP 480.00, and four of us that time, so, we only paid PHP 120.00 for each of us. That’s our fare from Anda, Public Market to Cabagnow Cave Pool and Combento Cave Pool, including the waiting time. You can always haggle, if you think that the fare is expensive.

From Tubigon

Apart from fare is cheaper from Cebu to Tubigon, travel time is only more than an hour via Fast Cat or other Fast Craft bound for Tubigon. From Tubigon, ride a Bus bound for Guindulman. The travel time is less than 3 hours. The fare is less than PHP 200.00. From Guindulman, take a Bus/Van, travel time is approximately 30 minutes and the fare is around PHP 30.00.
You can also take Motorela or locally known as Rela, fare is around PHP 50.00 and the travel time is approximately 30 minutes.
At the Brgy. Poblacion in Anda, Bohol, you can take Motorela or locally known as Real to Cabagnow Cave Pool, fare is around PHP 50.00 and the travel time is approximately 15 minutes. They mostly charge bigger once the driver has to wait, and you can as well ask the driver to take you to the Combento Cave Pool, which is located close to the Cabagnow Cave Pool. In our case, we paid PHP 480.00, and four of us that time, so, we only paid PHP 120.00 for each of us. That’s our fare from Anda, Public Market to Cabagnow Cave Pool and Combento Cave Pool, including the waiting time. You can always haggle, if you think that the fare is expensive.
Description
The Cabagnow Cave Pool has an estimated of 20-25 feet deep, which is enough to swim and enjoy its clear water. And leaping out from the cliff has an estimated height of about 15-18 feet, which is enough to make your knees shaking in fear. It is peacefully located at Sitio Fatima, Bacong Anda, Bohol. When you get close to its beauty, it appears like a normal hole, but it hides an enchanting cave with natural pool that a visitor can dive into.
Anda's actual gems, nonetheless, are the normal pools covered up in its various caverns. One of the staggering cavern pools is the Cabagnow Cave Pool. The water is clear to the point that swimming in it resembles coasting in space.


9. Canawa Cold Spring

Address: Sitio Fatima, Bacong Anda, Bohol

How to get there:
Once you arrive at Tagbilaran City Sea Port or Tagbilaran City airport, you can hire a tricycle to take you to Dao Terminal. From Dao Terminal ride a Bus or Van bound for Ubay and ask the Bus conductor to drop you off at the crossing Lungsod-Daan. The travel time is around 1-2 hours. From the crossing, hire a Motorcycle or Habal-Habal that will take you to Canawa Cold Spring


CANAWA COLD SPRING ENTRANCE FEE

Adult – Php 20.00
Children (6-10 years old) – Php 10.00

Description
Canawa Cold Spring is the  pearl that Candijay, Bohol can be truly be pleased with. The name is from the native term, "Cawa" which implies a "Pan". Genuinely, when you approach this spring, it truly resembles an ideal state of a Pan. A great deal of local people have said that they have endeavored to  swim where it counts, however nobody has ever foun the base of the spring. Also, even the wellspring of the water remains a major uncertainty for some, since it has not yet been found where the cold spring truly originate from.



10. Can-umantad Falls


Address: Brgy. Cadapdapan, Candijay, Bohol

How to get there:
Once you arrive at Tagbilaran City Sea Port or Tagbilaran City airport, you can hire a tricycle to take you to Dao Terminal. From Dao Terminal ride a Bus or Van bound for Ubay and ask the Bus conductor to drop you off at the crossing Lungsod-Daan. The travel time is around 1-2 hours. From the crossing, hire a Motorcycle or Habal-Habal that will take you to  Can-umantad Falls.

Description
You will be in awe in Mother Nature’s Beauty. A 60 feet high and is said to be the tallest waterfall in Bohol. It’s clean, clear and cold water will surely entice you to enjoy swimming.This site is suitable for picnics and other fun activities like river trekking and swimming with your loved ones. Have a free back massage with the splash of heavy flowing water. The experience is priceless if you visit and swim to this highest falls. Aside from the waterfalls; Candijay has a lot more to offer.





11. Lintuan Beach

Address: Brgy. Cadapdapan, Candijay, Bohol

How to get there:
A mere 30 to 40 minute drive from tagbilaran, Ride a Bus at Dao Tagbilaran
Drop at the loon public market and you ride habal-habal going to lintuan Beach
Bus or Jeepney from tagbilaran: 25.00
Habal-habal from Loon Market: 10

Description
Lintuan Beach is among the vivid attractions of Loon in Bohol. Located a few towns north of Tagbilaran City, Lintuan Beach is an accessible tourist destination. Lintuan Beach is immaculate with its white sand and emerald pristine waters that bare a portion of the deep even at shallow waters. You can enjoy a great deal of white sand here with Lintuan Beach’s long stretch of coastal line.



11. Coral Garden 


Address: Brgy. Tangnan, Loon, Bohol


How to get there:
From Tagbilaran City port, ask the locals where is the terminal of Jeepney (Cogon Terminal) or Ceres ( Dao Terminal ) going to Loon, Bohol. The fare is around Php 25.00 via Jeepney and Php 35 via Ceres (Bus). Ask the Bus conductor to drop you off at the Brgy. Tangnan Multi purpose Hall and from the highway, you can walk for nearly 300-400 meters to get to the Coral Garden.

Description
The Coral Garden of Loon, Bohol is considered as nature’s gift after the earthquake that hit Bohol. It looks like a magical haven for every eye to enjoy.
This long stretch of Red Corals is peacefully located in Brgy. Tangnan, Loon, Bohol, and it’s now considered as a rising tourist destination in Loon, Bohol. This Coral Garden has caught the attention of many locals and even travellers from nearby towns and even outside Bohol. When you come close to this coral garden, they actually look like a ground-creeping plant with succulent leaves, which has a thick, heavy leaves or stems that has the ability to store water. They are more likely looks like a lush growth of reddish-orange plants that are believed to belong in the family of Aizoaceae.
Going around this Coral Garden was like walking around during Autumn season in another country.





12. Danicop Ticugan Spring


Address: Brgy. Ticugan, Loon, Bohol


How to get there:

From Tagbilaran City port, ask local people where is the terminal of Jeepney (Cogon Terminal) or Ceres ( Dao Terminal ) going to Loon, Bohol. The charge is Php 25.00 if you ride Jeepney. From Loon, near the public market, employ a Motorcycle going to Danicop Spring. The admission is Php 35.00 to Php 50.00 relying upon your wheeling and dealing aptitudes.


Description
The Danicop spring is a long way from any spring that you've likely been to, it has two separate waterfalls flowing directly into the deep, wide and a longitudinal natural pool that’s really a perfect haven for those who desire to escape from a summer heat. The natural spring pool is secured by green trees and covering up in the normally cut limestone stratum, which makes the water very chilly, but refreshing experience on a hot day.



13. Bilar man-made Forest



Address: Brgy. Ticugan, Loon, Bohol


How to get there:
Bilar Man made Forest mostly of mahogany is located on the border of Loboc and Bilar towns. It is about 40 kilometers away and approximately 50 minutes travel from Tagbilaran City. Vehicles going to Chocolate Hills in Carmen regularly pass along this route making it a popular stop for tourists.

Description
The Bohol Man-Made is a mahogany forest stretching in a 2km stretch of densely planted with Mahogany trees located in the border of Loboc and Bilar towns. Before and after you reach the man-made forest there are also naturally grown forests of Loboc and Bilar which has a thick kaleidoscope of green foliage, different kinds of trees and giant ferns lining the road.




14. Cambugsay Healing Hills

Address: Barangay San Pascual, Ubay, Bohol

How to get there:

2.5 hours by car

Description
Fall in love with the Cambugsay Healing Hills in Ubay. A place to unload the burdens of life, as you feel the freshness of the air & the quietness of the place.There’s a lot to see and experience at the Cambugsay Healing Hills – Trek to see the trees planted by the different volunteers, walk along the coffee farm and taste the delicious red lady papaya. The Cambugsay model coffee farm that produces one of the best varieties of coffee “Robusta”. Enjoy & relax sipping a cup of coffee while sitting close to Malingin Dam at the Cambugsay Eco-Agri tourism Park. Experience the warm welcome of Cambugsay community as you do activities such as Team Building, Seminars, Trainings and other celebrations at the Cambugsay Camping Site. Here is where Serenity and Quiet and Peace could be found. On one side the visitors observe the rolling hills which landscape falls down on a lake like body of living water being supplied  to the residents of Barangay San Pascual. Enjoy the panoramic view of Malingin Dam at Cambugsay Site, where the mountains & the water melts, sitting under the tree, breathing the fresh air & temporarily forget the busy life you left behind.






15. Hinagdanan Cave


Address: Bingag,Dauis, Bohol

How to get there:

From Tagbilaran you can ride a Jeepney at City Square 
fare: 9 pesos

Description
The Hinagdanan Cave, meaning “Laddered” in Cebuano, is one of the many wonderous caves in the island province of Bohol. The cave was accidentally discovered by a farmer; while clearing his land he found 2 holes, curious, he dropped a stone and heard a splash. He built a ladder “hagdan” and was able to access the cave and find its hidden beauty, thus the origin of the name Hinagdanan. Aside from its awe-inspiring natural beauty, Hinagdanan also holds a bit of history from the Second World War. The cave was once used as a hideout by the locals to escape from the Japanese Imperial army, but unfortunately they were still found.




16. Maambong Spring



Address: Calma,Garcia Hernandez, Bohol

How to get there:
Public Transportation From Tagbilaran City, head to the integrated bus station Dao Terminal and catch a bus going to Garcia Hrnandez. Drop off at Garcia Hernandez Public Market hire a tricycle or habal-habal going to Maambong Spring Pool.

Description
This cold spring have three pools, one for the children, one near the slides, and one with a diving board.


 




17. Pamilacan Island Dolphin & Whale Watching Tour


Address: Pamilacan,Baclayon, Bohol

How to get there:

From baluarte port (Baclayon), tourists can ride a boat (briggs/canter) in going to the island. It is 45 mins – 1 hour boat ride from the port. There is a corresponding fixed rate on the boat depending on the number of tourists/guests that will avail the tour.

Description

Perfect for island life, Bohol boasts of a number of gorgeous beaches and islands. One such marvel is Pamilacan Island with its white sand beaches and rich biodiversity. Its curious name comes from the local word “pilak”, a large hooked tool used for capturing whale and manta ray, a practice called “mamalak”. Hunting these animals is no longer popular, however as the creatures are now under full protection of the Philippine law. Nestled in the bosom of the Bohol Sea, this tiny island in Barangay Baclayon is less than an hour’s boat ride from the nearby pier. The scenic stretches of white sand and clear waters serve as the great backdrops for either relaxing or more adrenaline-pumping activities outdoors. If you want a hideaway from the hustle of life this is it. No cars, not much in the form of technology. You can rent a native house along the beach for a cheap price.




18. Punta Cruz Watch Tower


Address: Punta Cruz,Maribojoc, Bohol

How to get there:

For Bus and Jeep – from Tagbilaran to Punta Cruz Php 20.00 pax 
For Private Car/Car for hire – from Tagbilaran to Punta Cruz Php 500.00
Drop off at Maribojoc Public Market and you can ride a habal-habal or tricycle going to Punta Cruz Watchtower

Description

The Punta Cruz Watchtower was built to help guards keep watch for approaching invaders during the pre-hispanic era. Built in 1796, this perfect isosceles triangle watchtower (the only structure so formed in the country) was built to watch the coast of Bohol Strait and the neighboring island of Cebu from possible marauders.





19. Alona Beach


Address: Alona,Panglao, Bohol



How to get there:



From the Ferry Port in Tagbilaran or Tagbilaran Airport, it's about a 20 km or 15 Minutes Taxi ride to Alona Beach.If you don't have a pickup service from your hotel, take a Meter Taxi or, if you don't have too much luggage one if the motor caps that wait near the exit of the pier or at the airport.The fare to Alona Beach from Tagbilaran should not exceed 300 Peso for a Tricycle or 650 Peso for a Taxi (long distance ride: Meter x 2).Negotiate the price first, before entering the taxi. Don't pay too much.Getting back to town from Alona Beach, you may walk up the small hill in the middle of the beach and take a Jeepney for a few Peso or wait for a Taxi or Tricycle.


Description
The Alona Beach is located on the Panglao island, Philippines. It is one of the most famous tourist spots in Bohol province, because of its white sand and the rocky cliffs surrounding it. The beach is located near a house reef, where corals and colorful fishes can be seen even without diving equipment. It is a popular snorkeling spot because of the diving spots deep under the beach. It is also emerging as a popular scuba diving spot.



20. Bamboo Hanging Bridge




Address: Sevilla, Bohol




How to get there:

About 36 kilometers away from Tagbilaran City, through the Loay-Interior Road and about 28 kilometers away from the city through the Sevilla-Sikatuna PRIP Road.



Description
The breathtaking foot bridge made of bamboos and hardened steels is the Hanging Bridge in Sevilla, Bohol. The Hanging bridge used by the residents to cross the river going to the Baranggay of the other side. The bridge was built to allow the people to bring their products from the farms to the market place. The Hanging Bridge dangle about 25 meters above the river.




21. Sea of Clouds


Address: Conception, Danao, Bohol



How to get there:
3-hour bus/van ride from the city capital of Bohol, Tagbilaran City.The spot is located in Mt. Puntaas, the boundary between Danao and Dagohoy town“The thick sea of clouds is visible during the cold season from sunrise until 7am,”.Only a 5-minute walk from the road in Brgy. Concepcion.



Description

Danao Sea of Clouds is a recently discovered tourist spot in Bohol. The phenomenal Sea of clouds usually occurs early in the mornig. So, it is most advisable to be on site before the sunrise to see the amazing Sea of Couds in Danao. The tantalizing Danao Sea of Clouds creates some buzz on social media as the wonderful sea of clouds.




22. Baclayon Church



Address: Baclayon, Bohol



How to get there:

Located at Poblacion Baclayon, Bohol, this 2nd oldest stone church in the Philippines is located some 6 kilometers east of Tagbilaran City. Buses and jeepneys bound for the town are available in Tagbilaran City Dao Bus Terminal. There are also tricycles that ply the Baclayon route. It will take approximately 20 minutes of ride from Tagbilaran to the place.



Description
La Purisima Concepcion de la Virgen Maria Parish Church (also The Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary Parish Church), commonly known as Baclayon Church, is a Roman Catholic Church in the municipality of Baclayon, Bohol, Philippines within the jurisdiction of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tagbilaran. Baclayon was founded by the Jesuit priest Juan de Torres and Gabriel Sánchez in 1596, and became the oldest Christian settlement in Bohol. It was elevated as a parish in 1717 and the present coral stone church was completed in 1727. The Augustinian Recollects succeeded the Jesuits in 1768 and heavily renovated the church since then.The church was declared a National Cultural Treasure by the National Museum of the Philippines and a National Historical Landmark by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.When a 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck Bohol and other parts of Central Visayas in 2013, the church building sustained major damage.





23. Balicasag Island 



Address: Balicasag, Panglao, Bohol



How to get there:

Bus from Tagbilaran to Panglao Php 25.00 then you ride a boat going to Balicasag Island, usually 400 php a head. More charges for snokeling and diving.



Description
Enjoy the amazing and exhilarating drift diving in Balicasag island marine sanctuary. Just lying in the south of Panglao and 30 minutes boat ride from Alona beach, you will get to experience a breathtaking SCUBA diving with turtles as it offers several diving spots to enjoy. Meet and greet school of turtles and fishes like mackerels or barracudas, venture into the black forest of black coral bushes and corals and a cathedral-like cave that you will encounter as you dive further in the Balicasag marine sanctuary.




24. Cabilao Island 




Address: Cabilao, Loon, Bohol


How to get there:
From Dao Terminal Ride a Bus going to Loon 
Drop off at Loon Public market ride a habal-habal or tricycle going to Sandingan port
You can also ride a Jeepney at Cogon terminal the jeepney will go straight to the Sandingan Port.Cabilao is linked by boat to Sandingan Island The boat trip to Cabilao takes only about 15 Minutes and costs only about 20 Peso.The boats will leave when they have 7 passengers

Description
The main reason most visitors come to Cabilao is diving on some of the wonderful reefs that surround the island. On the island are three resorts, that mainly cater to divers, who seek out the undisturbed reefs, the peaceful atmospheer, and especially to see Cabilao's famous shoals of hammerhead sharks.


Chilling in one of the typical tourist spots in the Philippines, Cabilao island offers you great and world class diving sites. Cabilao island diving is a must-see for scuba divers and you will surely takes your breath away. You will encounter a beautiful marine sanctuary and its aquatic animals like seahorses, stargazers, stone and devil fishes, interesting crabs, pipefishes and many more.



25. Mundung Sandbar 



Address: Tubigon, Bohol


How to get there:
From Tagbilaran City Van (an hour ride): P100.00
Bus/Ceres (1& ½ hour)Approximately :P50.00

Description
More Virgin than Virgin Island! This is Mundung Sandbar in Tubigon Bohol. A beautiful getaway.



26. Loctob Spring

Address: Gotozon, Loboc, Bohol

How to get there:
Take about 30-40 minutes from Tagbilaran City One may take buses or jeepneys that are readily available in Tagbilaran city Dao Integrated Bus Terminal which is 20 kilometers away.Drop off at Loboc Public market and ride a habal-habal going to Loctob Spring

Description
Waters there remain to be as cold as ice, such a refreshing and soothing place to be. Perfect for hot summer you could even place your softdrinks underwaters to make it even colder.



27. Virgin Panglao Island 

Address: Virgin, Panglao, Bohol

How to get there:
From Tagbilaran,Airport and Seaport Whole Tricycle Fare minimum 300 php  Negotiate the price first  You can also ride a jeepney at Bohol Museum it's cheaper if you arrived at daylight.You can also take a jeepney going to Panglao  or tell a “habal-habal” (motorcycle for hire) to take you to Panglao Beach. Be sure to negotiate the fare first because some drivers offer high rates especially to foreigners. Once in Panglao, you can approach any outrigger boat available in the island and negotiate to bring you and your friends to Virgin Island.

Description
Virgin Island is one of the tourist destinations in Bohol because of its long white sand beach. The island was named Virgin Island because nobody lives there and the place is seldom visited by tourists. Virgin Island is a kind of beach that sinks during high tide and only the palm trees can be seen in the middle of the island. The island is known by many locals as the hidden oasis.



28. Alicia Panoramic View

Address: Alicia, Bohol

How to get there:
The Town of Alicia is more or less 3 hours via public transport from Dao Integrated Bus Terminal with more or less P100 fare via bus. Once you are on the town center, just go to the Municipal Hall and seek assistance from the tourism officer which could give you a guide going there. Which is necessary for first timers since trails going there could be confusing. Even if you have been there multiple times, it is important to record your visit via going to the Municipal Hall.\nYou have options to ride habal habal or via private vehicle going to the foot of the hills where you can start your trekking, which could last about 2 hours depending on your pace.\nAnother option is to walk from the town center to the peak which could take 4 hours – again, depending on your pace.

Description
Another camp site for the Alicia Panoramic Park. The New Zealand like dream shot will be materialized again. Be excited!



29. Loboc River Cruise Restaurant



Address: Loboc , Bohol


How to get there:
Buses and jeepneys are available at the Tagbilaran City Dao Integrated Bus Terminal. It takes approximately one hour travel by public transportation from the city, and around 40 minutes travel by private transportation. Loboc town is located approximately 24 kilometers from Tagbilaran City.

Description
One of the popular destinations in Bohol is The Loboc River where one can get on board a floating restaurant and enjoy the Loboc River cruise with buffet meal  and this includes a short cultural show by the local community.






30. Dumaluan Beach 





Address: Dumaluan ,Panglao, Bohol


How to get there:

A jeepney ride from the terminal at Tagbilaran City will get you there in less than 15 minutes.From Tagbilaran,Airport and Seaport Whole Tricycle Fare minimum 300 php  Negotiate the price first  You can also ride a jeepney at Bohol Museum it's cheaper if you arrived at daylight. 

Description
Soft white shore and clear blue waters. A popular beach for families and picnics.





31. Mag-aso Falls


Address: Antequera, Bohol


How to get there:

From Tagbilaran City, there are passenger jeepneys and buses going to Antequera.If you're in the city center, hail a tricycle and ask the driver to take you to the terminal of jeepneys going to Antequera.Travel time from Tagbilaran to Antequera is approximately 30 minutes.

Description
This tourist attraction with approximate height of 20 feet dropping down to a cool and deep natural pool.