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.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.