Bohol Island Tours: Best Tourist Attractions
Bohol Island is the Philippines' tenth largest island.
Bohol has its share of beaches, man-made structures, and other tourist attractions. It also hosts 1,400 caves, 75 surrounding islands, and many rivers and waterfalls to explore.
Bohol is mainly well-known for the Tarsiers (the tiniest primate in the world) as well as the Chocolate Hills. But Bohol is not only the mainland, as an island, there are many things to do like snorkeling in a crystal clear water, rent a boat to do, what is called locally, Island Hopping and so much more to visit during your holidays.
What to visit in Bohol?
Mainland Bohol has caves, waterfalls, churches, white sand beaches, bridges, and watchtowers to explore. The brown-colored Chocolate Hills are unique and are a must-see.
After exploring mainland Bohol, there are still 75 surrounding islands to explore. The main attractions are Pamilacan, Balicasag, Cabilao, La Manok Island, and Virgin island.
Tour packages may include a whale watching tour or dolphin watching tour like on the video.
More than things to see, Bohol has things to do. You can do activities at Extreme Adventure Tour (E.A.T.) in Danao, zip-line in Loboc, go snorkeling in Balicasag or Cabilao, go birding (bird watching) at Rajah Sikatuna National Park, bathe below the waterfalls of Mag-Aso Falls, picnic by Pahangog Twin Falls, dine on a floating restaurant in Loboc, jump from Kilab-Kilab Falls, swimming near Punta Cruz Watchtower in Maribojoc, kayaking through fireflies on the Abatan River in Maribojoc, and visit Prony, the all-time world's largest python in captivity.
While snorkeling or swimming, you can observe anemonefishes, nudibranchs (sea slugs), colorful corals, gorgonia, different types of school of fish, and even dolphins.
Bohol Island Tours and Island Hopping
Below are listed our Bohol's best island tours and isles to visit around Bohol.