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Bohol, A Travellers Guide to the Best Places to Visit in the Philippines. Part II

Planning a trip in the Philippines is never easy, specially when your time is limited, to those travelling from Europe and travelling in Asia and picked Philippines as one of their stop, this is for you.

Here you will know only the best places to spend your limited time with,

Day 1,

Of course this is the time when you set foot in the beautiful island called Philippines,

Mostly the stop is from Manila,

If you stop in Manila, head to Makati, this is our favourite stop to stay for a night or two before heading to lesser crowded places in the Philippines,

Stay somewhere in Kalayaan Avenue, around Rockwell Mall, we are not mentioning any accommodation here for we are not promoting any accommodations,

Yeah, will suggest some that we stayed, our favorite is Lubd, why? We just love this place.

The rest of the days of your stay in the Philippines, check out the best places below:

Part I of this Article we mentioned all the destinations below:

Cebu Philippines

  • Malapascua Island

  • Kawasan Waterfalls in Badian


  • Dumaguete City

  • Manjuyod Sandbar

  • Apo Island


  • Siquijor Island

Now we will go to the second part, you'd probably thinking of one island, and its one of them,

Bohol Philippines

Panglao Island


Panglao is a famous tourist destination for its white sand beaches and world-class diving sites. Panglao is very accessible to other natural wonders of Bohol such as the Chocolate Hills, the countless springs, rivers, falls and caves and the ever cute tarsier, the smallest primate in the world.

Its strategic locations when it comes to tourism, this makes the island popular to many travellers visiting Philippines, specially in Asian Travellers

Balicasag Island

Is one of the many protected marine sanctuary in the Philippines and is one for the word class dive site in the country, although its a world class dive site, non divers can enjoy this destinations by just swimming and snorkelling.

Hinagdanan Cave

The Hinagdanan Cave, meaning “Laddered” in Cebuano, is one of the many wondrous 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.

Chocolate Hills


It got its name from its strange yet unique formation and rich vegetation that turns into chocolate brown during the dry months, hence, the name. The Chocolate Hills is declared the Philippines' 3rd National Geological Monument and is dubbed as an Eight Wonder of the World.

Anda Bohol

This one municipality of Bohol Island is famous for its beautiful white sand beaches and lagoon carved into limestone in where you can jump to up to 10 meters.

Alona Beach


This beach is famous for its 1.5-kilometer stretch of white sand which has two rock walls bordering on both ends. In just 10-15 minutes, you can walk the entire stretch of beautiful white sand while enjoying the sea breeze and the picturesque view.

Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary


Some of you is probably wondering what Tarsier is, Tarsier is one of the smallest primate on planet earth (as of now), smallest with its eye occupying 50 percent of its head.

Loboc River Cruise

Is one of the highlights of Bohol Tours, why? THE LOBOC RIVERWATCH RESTO CRUISE – BOHOL | Loboc River is one of the top destinations in the island province of Bohol, aside from the Chocolate Hills.

Enjoy slow river cruising with local artist performing native dances, and on top of that enjoy the best local foods.


No matter where you are heading in the Philippines, there are always these many beautiful places to visit, never missed any travel essentials on your travels, check out our web store below:

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