Chocolate Hills Tours
The Chocolate Hills are Bohol's most prominent landmark. Famous for its scenic hiking routes, the Chocolate Hills are also home to the Tarsier Sanctuaries.

Chocolate Hills Tours

The Chocolate Hills are Bohol's most prominent landmark. Famous for its scenic hiking routes, the Chocolate Hills are also home to the Tarsier Sanctuaries.
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Bohol Countryside Day Tour with Loboc Cruise Lunch & Transfer from Cebu

Explore the countryside of Bohol and see its beautiful scenery with this affordable and hassle-free tour from Cebu. This trip will take you to Bohol’s top attractions where you will see its majestic views and learn about its history and culture. The tour begins after you are picked up from your accommodation in Cebu. Then, you will be riding a ferry to Bohol, where your adventure begins. Upon arrival, you will be boarding your service that will take you around Bohol’s attractions. First stop is the Blood Compact Shrine, a monument depicting the first treaty of friendship between Miguel Lopez de Legazpi of Spain and Rajah Sikatuna, the chieftain of Bohol. The statue features five life-sized men, gathered around a table. The monument was made by National Artist, Napoleon Abueva. From there, you will be heading to Baclayon Church and Museum. Known as one of the oldest churches in the country, this Baroque-style church was declared as a National Cultural Treasure. You will be going to the Python Sanctuary after, where you will encounter the biggest Python in imprisonment. Then, you will be moving to Loboc River, where you will be boarding their famous Loboc Floating restaurant. Enjoy a sumptuous buffet lunch as you cruise along the picturesque view of Loboc River. Feel free to take photos of the beautiful greenery and jade colored water while listening to songs played by a live band. You will also be passing by Busay Falls before turning back to continue with your tour. Afterwards, you will be going to the Tarsier Conservation Area where you will see the smallest primates. Then, you will be driving to the Bilar man-made forest. This scenic, two-kilometer road features a trail of mahogany trees that guests adore. Just be careful when taking photos on the Road! Next, you will be going to the Hanging Bridge in Sevilla, Bohol. This bamboo bridge across Sipatan River is a fun attraction that will surely excite you while crossing. A while later, you will be visiting the highlight of Bohol, the Chocolate Hills. These cone-shaped hills resemble chocolate mounds especially during summer when it turns brown. To cap off your tour is a visit to the Butterfly sanctuary where you will see hundreds of butterflies, both in enclosed and open spaces. Take fun and lovely photographs before going back to your accommodation. Experience the beauty of Bohol with this whole day countryside tour. Check the availability by choosing a date. 

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Countryside Tour with Panglao Highlights Private Day Tour

Let the beautiful spots of Bohol amaze you on this combo tour of the province’s countryside and Panglao Island. If you love sightseeing and enjoy learning interesting tidbits about a place, this tour is perfect for you. The trip will begin once your guide picks you up from your accommodation within Panglao area and take you to your first destination, the Tarsier Sanctuary. Learn more about the world’s smallest primitives and enjoy a close encounter with them before heading to your next stop, Bilar’s Man-Made Forest. The forest is just about 25 kilometers from the sanctuary. It stretches out for two kilometers right along the border of the towns of Bilar and Loboc. Get ready for creative photos as you make your way around the hundreds of Mahogany trees lining up the area. Afterward, enjoy a relaxing lunch as you sail through Loboc River aboard one of their floating restaurants. You will be served a hearty buffet meal while the locals perform a short cultural show for your entertainment.  After your sumptuous lunch, you will get back on the road to visit Bohol’s iconic landmark, the Chocolate Hills. Walk up the viewpoint to get an amazing panoramic view of the 1776 hills that are known to change their color during the summer season. Take plenty of photos before you continue to Baclayon Church, located some 47 kilometers away.  The church’s beautiful ceiling paintings and its in-house museum of various religious statues are definite must-sees when visiting. Following your stopover to Baclayon Church, you will pass by the Blood Compact site, also known as Sandugo Shrine. The site tells the story of Bohol’s history and the province’s early relationship with the Spaniards. You will then head next to Hinagdanan Cave to see one of the cave pools found in Bohol for some quick photos. From there, you will be taken to Dauis Church – one of the oldest churches in the country. The current structure has been around since 1863, but the first-ever church in Dauis was built back in 1697.  Capping off your day tour will be a visit to Bohol Bee Farm, where you can learn more about the bee farm management and be able to see beehives and bees up close. Afterward, you will head back to your hotel in Panglao.  Explore the beautiful and educational sites found in Bohol in this hassle-free day tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Countryside Full-Day Tour | With Buffet Lunch & Transfers

Get introduced to Bohol’s iconic landmarks as you go around the province with this full-day countryside tour. If you love sightseeing and want to discover the best of Bohol within a single day, this package is the perfect option to take.  The tour will begin after your guide picks you up within Panglao area and take you to your first stop, the Blood Compact Monument. Learn about the history of the site and its importance to the early relationship between Spain and the Philippines. From there, you will make your way to Baclayon Church, known as the very first church in Bohol. Built in 1593, this coral stone structure houses several different religious statues and items that date as far back as the late 1700s. After a quick exploration of the church, you will be taken to the Butterfly Garden for some photo-ops before you pass by the Python Sanctuary. The sanctuary takes care of injured pythons in the area, along with several other wildlife native to Bohol. Following your wildlife visit, you will proceed to Loboc River for a sumptuous lunch. You will board one of the floating restaurants, where a hearty buffet lunch will be waiting for you. Enjoy your food, the fresh air, and the good view of the greenery while cruising along the river.  After lunch, ready your cameras as you meet up with the world’s smallest primates when you visit the Tarsier Sanctuary. Here, you’ll be able to learn about the wide-eyed animals with the help of the tour guides who’ll also assist you in finding the tarsiers. Feel free to take photos, but make sure not to disturb the tarsiers during their sleep.  You will then have a quick stop at the Man-Made Forest in Bilar to see the kilometer full of Mahogany trees. Enjoy the refreshing atmosphere in the forest before you make your way to the Bamboo Hanging Bridge. The twin bridge extends to about 40 meters and provides visitors with a panoramic view of the surrounding greeneries and the Sipatan River below.  Capping off your day trip will be a visit to the famous Chocolate Hills. See the 1,268 cone shaped hills that has been famous for turning brown every summer. You can climb up the 213 steps to the view deck and see the stunning vista of the iconic landmark. Before making your way back to Panglao, you will have a quick stopover at one of the souvenir shops in the area, as well.   Come along and discover what makes Bohol one of Philippine’s favorite provinces with this full-day tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Chocolate Hills Adventure Park & Tarsier Conservation Area Bohol Day Tour with Lunch

See the two best things that Bohol is known for in this specialized tour of the Chocolate Hills Adventure Park and the Tarsier Conservation Area. This trip is perfect for those who have a limited time in Bohol and wants to see the best tourist spots in Bohol. First, you will be picked up in your hotel in Bohol and visit a Tarsier Conservation Area where you can see the smallest primates. Tarsiers have the largest eye-to-body ratio among all mammals which give them great night vision thanks to their huge eyes. You will get to see them in their natural habitat and learn more about their arboreal lifestyle, as they love to cling on trees vertically. These sanctuaries are dedicated to the preservation of these wonderful creatures as they are an endangered species. Next up is the thrilling part of this tour - a visit to the Chocolate Hills Adventure Park, where you get to choose between a Bike Zip and Rope Course across a picturesque view of the Chocolate Hills. This is the latest eco-tourism park and is the best place to get some adrenaline while at the Chocolate Hills. These hills turn brown during the summer and look like mounds of chocolates, hence the name. Scientists believe that the hills were once coral reefs that erupted from the sea in a geologic shift. There are a lot of outdoor activities in the area, like treetop rope courses, zorb balling, hiking, and zip line. For those who just want to enjoy the sight of the Chocolate Hills, there's a viewpoint which will give you a panoramic view of the area. Once you're done with your adventure, you will stop by a Spanish Era church in the town of Albuquerque named Sta. Monica Church, the last stop of the tour. What makes this church special is that the altar was hand-carved by a local and the intricate patterns make it one of a kind. It was founded in 1969 and was declared as an Important Cultural Property by the National Museum of the Philippines in 2013. Jump on this tour now to get some fun and excitement for your friends and family. This will surely make your Bohol experience memorable. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
7 hours
Available:
All year
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Guided Bohol Countryside & Panglao Island Tour | With Buffet Lunch in Floating Restaurant

Hit two birds with one stone in this combination tour of Bohol. Combining the popular tourist destinations in the island of Panglao and the countryside of Bohol, this private tour is perfect for first-timers in the province and those who want to see its best spots in one day. Your tour begins when your driver picks you up at your hotel in Panglao. Once your guide briefs you on the safety regulations, you’ll make your way to the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary. This tourist destination preserves the endangered tarsiers where over a hundred of these primates live. Enjoy looking at them and take photos, but make sure to turn the flash off to not scare them, as they are nocturnal beings. Next, you will see the Bilar Man-Made Forest. Have a scenic road trip passing by a kilometers-long path lined of mahogany trees. You can stop by the roadside to take good photos if there are no cars passing by. Afterward, you'll make your way to Loboc River where you will join a cruise and have your sumptuous buffet lunch. The trip also includes a live cultural show by the locals. From there, you’ll visit one of the prime tourist spots in Bohol, the Chocolate Hills. It’s a breathtaking natural wonder because of the rolling hills that turn brown during the dry season, hence its name.   You’ll visit Baclayon Church next. It’s an old church founded by the Jesuits and is the second oldest church in the province. You will also drop by the Blood Compact Monument to see the enjoining of Spaniards and Filipinos in the past. Then, you will head to Panglao Island. While here, you’ll visit Dauis Church, one of the churches in the country with sophisticated European-style architecture. Check out Bohol Bee Farm, a tourist spot where you can learn more about its species. Lastly, you'll go to Hinagdanan Cave, which is one of the mystical tourist spots on the island. Enjoy spelunking your way inside the cave, marvel at the various stalactites and stalagmites, and appreciate different rock formations. See Bohol’s best sights in your own comfort vehicle by booking this private tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Chocolate Hills Adventure Park I Bohol Day Tour with Transfer

Add a little excitement to your vacation by signing up for the Chocolate Hills Adventure Park tour in Bohol. This tour will take you to the latest eco-tourism adventure park in Bohol. If you are looking for an adrenaline-filled getaway, then this trip has everything you need and more. Your tour will start in the early morning. An air-conditioned van will pick you up from your accommodation and bring you to Carmen, Bohol. This town is famous for the iconic Chocolate Hills, a unique geological formation of 1,260 mounds covered in green grass. In the summer, the grass turns brown, earning the name Chocolate Hills. Today, the Chocolate Hills Adventure Park (CHAP) has become an eco-tourism destination. Aside from the science chocolate hills, the Adventure Park also boasts a Butterfly Garden and a Serpentarium.  You can also admire the beauty of the hills by hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Take note that the above-mentioned activities come with their own respective fees.  The park also offers 30 action-packed activities for kids and adults. For an additional fee, you can try outdoor activities like the Rush Bike Zipline, Wave Runner Surf Zipline, and Spiderman Wall Climbing. These activities don’t require any extreme motor skills, just a sense of adventure. Feel free to scream in excitement as you tackle these exhilarating activities You can also challenge yourself with the Tree Top Rope Challenge courses. You can choose the level of difficulty you’re comfortable with. The Tree Top Challenge features rope courses for children and the young at heart. The Gymnaskids and the Decagon are perfect for kids. Gymnaskids is a low rope course for children aging six to twelve, while Decagon is a mid-rope course for teenagers. Get your dose of adrenaline rush by completing the rope course of your choice.  The treetop challenge will not be complete without the high rope courses that are only for adults. Summon the guts to go for the Pentagon, Pentagon Xtreme, Quadrillion, Tarzan Swing, and The Snake Ladder. These activities have different degrees of difficulty you can choose from. You can maximize the park’s amenities by going for the Ultimate Adventure Package which includes the zip line, all tree top rope courses, and The RUSH or the Wave Runner Surf Zipline. You can opt for the Iron Man Triathlon which consists of the zipline, Spiderman Wall, Quadrillion, and The RUSH or the Wave Runner Surf Zipline. Other activities available in the park are Choco Zorn Ball, CHAP Body Ball, Yokozuna Sumo Wrestling, and the Tony Hawk Skateboard. Your eco-adventure will have surely work up an appetite. Thankfully, the tour includes a sumptuous buffet lunch inside CHAP. Eat up and recharge before concluding your tour. Take on the challenge and book this jam-packed with lots of adventures and gives lasting impressions. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
6 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Full-Day Sightseeing | With River Cruise Lunch

Go on a scenic joyride to Bohol’s quiet countryside and discover its popular attractions with this family-friendly full-day tour. If you are in search of a quick introduction to the best of the province, then this excursion is perfect for you.  Your driver will pick you up at your accommodation in Tagbilaran or Panglao. From there, prepare for a scenic ride through the province’s countryside on the way to your first destination, the Blood Compact Shrine. The Sandugo Shrine, or more known as the Blood Compact Shrine, is an immortalized monument to the time when the locals and Spaniards solidified their friendship. Learn about this important part of Bohol's history before making your way to Baclayon Church to get a good look at its beautiful facade. Like the monument, this church exhibits the influence of the Spaniards in the province’s religion and culture.  You will then make your way to the Loboc Floating Restaurant, where you will enjoy a cruise along Loboc River while digging into a delicious lunch of local dishes. After the sumptuous meal, sit back and relax as you go to your next destination, the Hanging Bridge.  These two bridges, made primarily of bamboo, cross the blue-green Sipatan River and span to 40 meters. After a quick photo-op here, you will be seeing Bohol’s most lovable creatures, the tarsiers. These wide-eyed animals are well-cared for in Bohol's Tarsier Conservation Area. Take numerous photos of them hanging onto a branch or hugging a tree.  Afterward, you will be visiting the Bilar Man-Made Forest. It features beautiful mahogany trees that line up along an empty road, making them the perfect backdrop for photos. You’ll also head to the Butterfly Sanctuary before you cap off your day with a trip to the popular Chocolate Hills. The Chocolate Hills are loved by locals and visitors alike as it offers a remarkable landscape of majestic hills spanning to several miles. Once you arrive at the drop-off point, you will head up to the viewpoint, where you will be welcomed by a breathtaking vista of the hills. As the sun sets, you will head back to your accommodation.  Get introduced to Bohol’s iconic landmarks on this full-day excursion around its countryside. Check booking availability choosing a date.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Full-Day Countryside Sightseeing | With Buffet Lunch

Go on a joyride to the iconic sites of Bohol with this private full-day tour. If you’re a visitor wanting to see the countryside of the province in just one day, then this escapade is the perfect match for you. Your assigned driver will pick you up at your hotel and take you to the first stop — Blood Compact Site. The Blood Compact Site, also known as Sandugo Shrine, is the immortalization of Lopez de Legazpi and Sikatuna's moment of exchanging cups of wine with drops of their blood for diplomatic relations. Take a couple of photos and appreciate this historical moment before you go to Baclayon Church and museum. Here, you will discover the historical and cultural heritage of Bohol.  Another must-see site in Baclayon is the Vintage Car Park, which you could visit for a minimum fee. The park has over 40 cars in display, from muscle cars to post-war ones. Make sure to strike a pose by these beauties before you head over to the Python Sanctuary to get up close and personal with the local pythons in captivity. From there, you can opt to visit the Clarin Ancestral House for an extra charge. The house was the residence of one of Bohol’s former governors but it has been developed into a museum.   You will then be taken to the Loboc River, where a scrumptious lunch is waiting for you on one of its floating restaurants. Enjoy the sights as your cruise along the river while a folk performance is presented by the locals for your entertainment. After the cruise, you can choose to avail of the one-hour Stand-Up Paddle tour of the river and the zipline at the Loboc Eco-Tourism Adventure Park, both for an extra fee. You might also want to visit the Sipatan Twin Hanging Bridge, sitting close to the Loboc River, at only a minimal charge.  If you prefer to go on with the itinerary sans the optional stopovers, you will then proceed to the Bilar Man-made Forest for some quick photos before you head over to the Tarsier Conservation Area. Here, you can see the tiny creatures with beady and adorable eyes. Your guide will discuss the rules and regulations inside the complex. Make sure not to use flash cameras or make too much noise to avoid startling them. You will also be visiting the Butterfly Garden before making your way to the heritage site — Chocolate Hills. Walk up to the viewpoint to see the iconic landscape of the Chocolate Hills. This geological formation of 1776 hills is one of the most popular tourist spots not only in Bohol but in the whole Philippines. You can also opt to try the bike zip at the Chocolate Hills Adventure Park or go on an ATV guided tour of the hills for an extra charge. Before heading back home, you will stop by Aproniana Gift Shop for some souvenir shopping.  Explore the scenic roads and hotspots of Bohol’s stunning countryside. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Day Trip | With Buffet Lunch and Transfers from Cebu

Hop aboard a water and land escapade to Bohol on this private day trip straight from the island of Cebu. If you are done exploring the beauty of Cebu and are looking for an excursion out of the province, then this tour is the perfect tour to book. After being picked up from your accommodation in Cebu City or Mactan early in the morning, you will head to the port and board a ferry that will take you to Tagbilaran. Once you arrive in Bohol, you will immediately proceed to your first stop: the Blood Compact Shrine. This historical monument portrays the Sandugo ceremony performed in 1565 by chieftain Datu Sikatuna and Spanish explorer Miguel Lopez de Legazpi. They drank a mixture of their blood and wine as a symbolic act to seal their friendship. It is considered to be the first treaty between the Philippines and Spain. From the shrine, you will continue to Baclayon Church, the second oldest stone church in the country. This National Cultural Treasure was built using coral stones and more than a million egg whites. You will then be driven to Loboc River for a paddleboarding session. The calm waters of the river are perfect for beginners. No need to worry if you haven't experienced Stand-Up Paddleboarding (SUP) yet as your guide will assist you every step of the way.  Once you are done with the hour-long SUP activity, muster your appetite as you dig into a lunch buffet on the Loboc Floating Restaurant. You will feast on freshly prepared Filipino dishes while the river cruise begins. You will also be entertained with an onboard cultural dance presentation from the locals.  More adventure awaits after you finish lunch and head off to meet the tarsiers at the Tarsier Sanctuary between the towns of Sikatuna and Corella. From there, you will make your way to Sevilla, where the 40-meter long Sipatan Twin Hanging Bridge is located. The bridge is made solely of bamboo slats and held only by steel cables 20 meters above the Loboc River. Other places of interest you will be dropping by includes the Butterfly Sanctuary and Man-made Forest in Bilar and the Python Sanctuary in Baclayon. Your trip to Bohol will not be complete, as well, without seeing the Chocolate Hills. It can be found in the town of Carmen and features an area with over a thousand limestone hills that turn from green to chocolate-like brown depending on the season. Occupying 50km of land, the hills will be visible as far as the eye can see. Get introduced to Bohol’s iconic and historic attractions on this full-day tour from Cebu. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Sightseeing | With Buffet Lunch & Transfers from Cebu & Mactan

Embark on a boat trip from Cebu to the countryside of Bohol on this full-day sightseeing tour of the province’s iconic landmarks. This is the perfect opportunity for visitors staying in Cebu but wants to explore the historical and cultural sites of Bohol in a day. After an early morning pickup from your hotel in Cebu City or Mactan, you will board a ferry en route to Tagbilaran, Bohol. From there, you will make your way to the Blood Compact Shrine, a monument commemorating the first friendship treaty between the Philippines and Spain in the 16th century. Afterward, you will pay a visit to Baclayon Church, one of the first churches in the country. See the artifacts in the church’s museum and marvel at the structure’s coral façade.  Some 17 kilometers from the church is the Loboc River Floating Restaurant, where you will enjoy a river cruise complemented with a delicious buffet of local delicacies. As you cruise down Loboc River, you will be entertained with a cultural presentation. You can feast your eyes, too, on the lush greeneries that you will be passing by. After lunch, you will continue to the Tarsier Conservation Area to see these small primates before heading to the neighboring town of Sevilla to visit the Sipatan Twin Hanging Bridge. Mind your step as you walk on the bamboo bridge extending 40 meters long. On the other side of the river, you will see souvenir shops and the famous "Buko King," a man known for his ability to strip coconuts using his bare hands and teeth. Observe the emerald green waters of the Sipatan River as you make your way back via the other bridge. From there, you will make a quick stopover at the Butterfly Sanctuary nearby for some photos before heading to the town of Carmen to pay a visit to the Chocolate Hills. These hundreds of small, limestone hills are scattered over a land area of more than 50 square kilometers. They change color depending on the season: green when it’s cooler, and chocolate brown when it’s hot and dry as the grass withers. You will also visit the Python Sanctuary and Bilar Man-made Forest before heading back to Cebu.  See what Bohol can offer aside from its famed beautiful beaches and islands on this full-day tour from Cebu. Check availability by selecting a date.  

Duration:
12 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Countryside Full-Day Sightseeing | With Lunch & River Cruise

Savor the beauty of Bohol’s unspoiled countryside with this full-day sightseeing tour. Taking you to where culture blends with the charm of nature, this trip to the province’s iconic sites is perfect for outdoor lovers and history buffs alike. The tour begins when you are picked up from your accommodation in Tagbilaran and taken to the Chocolate Hills, Bohol's best-known tourist attraction. Characterized as a kegel karst, this geological formation is distinctive for its cone-like structure that's vibrant green during the rainy season and chocolatey brown in the summer. Make sure to snap a selfie with the hills as the backdrop while you’re at the viewing area.  From the Chocolate Hills, you will head to the Bilar Manmade Forest next. This mahogany forest that stretches out to two kilometers serves as the perfect place for a breather. After your quick photo-op here, you will then check out the Philippine tarsiers, one of the world’s smallest primates, at the Loboc Tarsier Conservation Center. With their little bodies and gigantic eyes, it’s hard not to go gaga over them while they’re sleeping on tree branches. Make sure not to disturb these nocturnal creatures with flash photography and definitely no touching! After seeing the tarsiers, you will enjoy a sumptuous lunch aboard a floating restaurant. As you dine, you will cruise along the Loboc River and enjoy the traditional song and dance performance of the locals on board. You may also opt to spend time just watching the picturesque scenery you will be passing by during the cruise. Finally, you will revisit history with a side trip to the Blood Compact Shrine after your meal. The shrine commemorates the first recorded treaty made between Spaniards and the locals. Another piece of history you will be visiting is the Baclayon Church, a baroque church that doubles as a National Cultural Treasure and a National Historical Landmark. The church is also being considered as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Pack your camera and join this trip to the iconic sites in the countryside of Bohol Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Countryside Full-Day Tour with Loboc River Cruise Lunch

Go on a sightseeing escapade of Bohol’s popular countryside attractions. From a centuries-old Spanish-era church to the Chocolate Hills, this trip is for nature lovers and visitors who enjoy learning about the province’s cultural and historical heritage.  You will meet your guide at the Bohol Tropics Resort in Tagbilaran City. From there, you will be driven to your first stop, the Corella Tarsier Sanctuary. This site is dedicated to protecting the tarsiers from extinction. Watch the smallest primates in the world sleep in tree branches and lazily lounge about. Feel free to take some pictures, but make sure not to touch or disturb them.  Once you're done at the sanctuary, you will proceed to the Loboc River where you will board a floating restaurant. Your lunch will be served here as you enjoy a live cultural performance while you cruise down the river. Afterward, you will proceed to Baclayon Church, the oldest stone church in the country. Admire the stunning architecture of the church and visit its in-house museum, as well.  From Baclayon, you will proceed to the Butterfly Conservatory for some photo-ops with the colorful insects before making your way to the Mahogany Man-made Forest in Bilar. This two-kilometer stretch of land is densely populated by mahogany trees, making it a perfect spot for relaxation. You will then make a stop at the highlight of this tour — the Chocolate Hills, Bohol’s most well-known attraction.  Visitors flock to see this site because of the picturesque view of over a thousand hills resembling Hershey's Chocolate Kisses during the summer months. It was declared the country’s third National Geographic Monument and is currently being assessed as a potential UNESCO World Heritage site. After getting your fill of the Chocolate Hill views, you will make your way back to the town proper.   Discover the countryside of Bohol on this whole day escapade to some of its best attractions. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
7 hours
Available:
All year
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About Chocolate Hills Tours

Witness the unique geological formations of Chocolate Hills in Bohol. Appreciate its picturesque view while on a zipline and take photos on the observation deck. Enjoy a day trip to this popular tourist attraction with your friends and family on your trip to the Philippines.

1. Where is the Chocolate Hills located?

This famous attraction is located strategically at the heart of Carmen, Bohol. It’s 55 kilometers away from Tagbilaran City and 72 kilometers away from Bohol-Panglao International Airport.

2. Why is Chocolate Hills a popular tourist spot in the Philippines?

These unique geological formations are famous in the Philippines for its changing of color. During the summer, the cone-shaped green hills turn to chocolate brown. It’s a unique phenomenon, which is why it’s the Philippines’ third National Geological Monument.

3. When is the best time to visit this tourist spot?

You can visit it throughout the year, but the best time to visit the Chocolate Hills in Bohol is during the summer season (March to May). The hills are brown and is in perfect contrast with its surroundings.

4. What should I wear during the tour?

Wear comfortable and breathable clothes. It’s also advisable to wear hiking sandals or shoes as you’ll have to climb up multiple stairs to get to the platform viewing area.

5. Can I climb the Chocolate Hills?

No. However, you can still marvel at the scenic view of the Chocolate Hills once you reach the observation deck.

6. What are some of the best tours that include Chocolate Hills as an attraction?

Most sightseeing tours in Bohol include Chocolate Hills as an attraction. It’s mostly offered on Bohol countryside tours, as it’s in close proximity with inland tourist spots. You can also visit Chocolate Hills Adventure Park for a more exciting experience of viewing the hills. 

7. What activities can I do in this tourist destination?

It depends on the tour package you availed of. You can appreciate the view on its observation deck, get a picturesque view while riding a bike zipline or enjoying a treetop rope course, and many more.

8. Are there available restrooms within the area?

Yes, there is a public restroom you can use before climbing up to the observation deck.

9. Is there an entrance fee for this tourist attraction?

Yes, there’s an entrance fee for this tourist attraction. However, it’s already included in most Bohol tour packages that feature this tourist spot.

10. Will there be Chocolate Hills tours during the rainy season?

Yes, you can still visit this popular tourist destination during the rainy weather. However, it’s still under the discretion of the tour operator.