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You're ready to set course in a new direction. Never one to shy away from an enlightening experience and unique ways to get your kicks, you're eager to investigate new territory like the expert traveller you are. Coming up: Bohol! It's not challenging to fill your time, because Expedia makes it easy to book lots of things to do. Book your activities now, and all that's left to do is count the days until your trip and start daydreaming.
You'll want some planning to best get the feel for Bohol, particularly when you wish to include trips to museums and outdoor activities. And we realise you don't want to hunker down in your hotel room遥ou're ready to get out and play. You're anxious to sign up for the most essential activities around, and an afternoon walk through charming neighbourhoods is a perfect way to spend an afternoon. Our activities are the ideal way to organise your holiday. Book professional regional tours on Expedia, and leave your map behind.
Consisting of one main island, Bohol itself, and 75 smaller peripheral islands, the province of Bohol offers a huge variety of options for explorers to seek out. With its wonderful mix of verdant jungle, adventure sports, glorious white beaches and rice terraces, Bohol is a tiny microcosm of Asian landscapes. And with a fiercely proud local population protecting the province’s heritage, there is also a wealth of historical interest to be discovered too.
Panglao — A great destination for families, Panglao is renowned for world-class diving sites and phenomenal beaches. A trip to the glorious Alona Beach affords the opportunity to take a trip to idyllic islands such as Pamilacan and Balicasag. And with restaurants and stores on the beachfront, it’s simply a delightful place to hang out.
Anda — This uncomplicated seaside town likes to keep it low-key and friendly and is where you’ll find one of the prettiest beaches in Bohol. The population of Bohol is known for being particularly warm and welcoming, making it a perfect place to step back from the hustle and bustle of life.
Tubigon — Tubigon is an intriguing little port town where you will discover a selection of interesting architectural sights, including Tubigon church, as well as a scattering of traditional houses that will give you a real sense of the area’s history. You can also try your hand at a bit of haggling at the local market. Tubigon is also well connected to Cebu and a great place from which to explore other parts of the province.
Baclayon — This small port is the perfect place to stop by if you want to spend some time taking a stroll around some well-preserved colonial streets. Originally founded by Spanish Jesuits, the town is still clearly influenced by its European heritage, and with a traditional church building overlooking a pretty pier, it really is like something from a bygone era.
Ranging across a staggering 9000 hectares of native molave forest and grasslands, the Rajah Sikatuna National Park is home to tarsiers, flying lemurs, civet cats, monitor lizards and monkeys and so a veritable treasure trove for nature lovers. The Tarsier Research and Development Center meanwhile can be found near the village of Sikatuna, and here you can marvel at these characterful and attractive little primates - another must for nature buffs.
Beyond the almost limitless options for trekking, swimming and exploring in Bohol, you could also pay a visit to the Danasan Eco Adventure Park, where you’ll get the blood pumping as you rappel over waterfalls and hurtle across 50 foot gorges on a zip wire. Alternatively the Loboc Eco Adventure Park boasts a 500 metre zip wire that plunges you over the falls of the Visayas’ oldest hydroelectric plant.