Bohol is quickly becoming one of the major travel destinations in Asia. The island offers a wide range of attractions such as natural beaches of fine white sand, great dive sites, picturesque natural sites, old houses, ancient churches, historical sites and wonderful ecotourism events.
Rolling chocolate hills, mangroves, mahogany forests and white sand beaches make the island one of the most picturesque provinces in the Philippines. The sunset in Bohol is ephemeral.
Only Bohol has a sanctuary of 134 hectares for small tarsiers.
Bohol Island is also filled with heritage sites, ancestral homes and some of the best-preserved churches in the Philippines. Most of Bohol's 47 cities have massive old stone churches with frescoes made during Spanish colonization.

Attraction in Bohol