It is an unusual geological formation in Carmen, Bohol Province, Philippines. There are at least 1,260 hills but there may be as many as 1,776 hills spread over an area of more than 50 square kilometers. Philippine tarsier
It is known locally as “maumag” in Cebuano/Visayan and “mamag” in Luzon, is an endangered species of tarsier endemic to the Philippines. Loboc River Cruise
It is a river on Municipality of Loboc, 24 kilometers from the provincial capital of Tagbilaran City, Bohol Island, and the Philippines. It is one of the major tourist destinations of Bohol, local and foreigners alike. The winding river plays host to cruises on board of small bancas or floating restaurants. Visitors are treated to a vista of lush tropical vegetation such as nipa palms, coconut trees, banana groves, and bushes. Hinagdanan Cave
It is located at the Philippines’ most important karst region, Panglao Island. Located in Barangay Bingag, Dauis, Panglao Island, 5-10 minutes away from Tagbilaran City. From the Dao terminal, there are jeepneys as well as tricycles that will take you to Dauis. Alona Beach
It lies on a one and a half kilometer stretch of soft white sand and is considered as the best Panglao beach resort. Located at the Panglao, southwest end of the island, the beach is shared by other resorts that cater to people with different budget. There is no problem satisfying your hunger with the various cuisines served in the different restaurants. For those who want to learn diving, there are some establishments that offer lessons as well as offer scuba/snorkeling equipment for rent. Mag-aso Falls
Situated in Barrio Mag-aso in the town of Antequerra, Bohol, the Mag-aso Falls got its name from the Visayan word “aso” meaning smoke which refers to the effect brought about by its cascading waters. The town of Antequerra is 20 kilometers away from Tagbilaran City, approximately half an hour ride. It is one of the town’s principal tourist destinations along...
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