Bohol: Tagbilaran’s Blood Compact Site

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The Blood Compact Site in Tagbilaran, Bohol is a great symbol of friendship and foreign relations. This is the only statue known to me (so far) which has this kind of representation. Most of the statues that I’ve seen are …

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Bohol: Baclayon Church

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The Baclayon Church or the Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception in Baclayon, Bohol is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines. According to an inscription on its wall, it started as a wooden church in 1596 …

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Bohol: Loboc River Cruise

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The Loboc River Cruise can’t be something optional if you don’t want to miss a superb experience in your Bohol country side tour. Imagine yourself enjoying a buffet lunch in a festival themed floating restaurant while enjoying the cool breeze …

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Bohol: Loboc Ecotourism Adventure Park

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During our country-side tour, we came across the Loboc Ecotourism Adventure Park before reaching the Loboc River Cruise station. If you were able to overcome your fear of heights in the Tagibo Hanging Bridge (based on the previous post), you …

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Bohol: Tigabo Hanging Bridge

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If you want a quick and mild thrill during your Bohol tour, you can consider passing by their famous Tigabo Hanging Bridge in Loboc. Its height is about 25 meters (82 feet) above the river. With an entrance fee of P20.00 …

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Bohol: Tarsier Conservation Area

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The Philippine Tarsier is a sensational creature which is considered as one of the smallest primates in the world. Unfortunately, it already belongs to The World’s 25 Most Endangered Primates due to its vulnerability and the absence of law protecting it …

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Bohol: Simply Butterflies Conservation Center

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The butterfly is the most special insect among the many wonderful insects of this world. Several songs were composed with titles and lyrics related to it, it’s a favorite example in presentations with topics depicting transformation and how people can …

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Bohol: The Magnificent Chocolate Hills

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After checking out the man-man forest in Bilar, we went straight to Bohol’s iconic wonder, the Chocolate Hills. These hills turn into colossal Hershey-kisses-like chocolates during the dry season when the grass covering them turns brown. Their total number is …

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Bohol: Man-made Forest

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We started our Bohol country-side tour by stopping by at the man-made forest in Bilar. It’s a bonus trip since we really need to pass its road before we can get to the Chocolate Hills. This forest looks similar to …

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7 Reasons Why Alona Tropical Beach Resort

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We had a great experience during our stay at Alona Tropical Beach Resort in Panglao Island, Bohol. This resort got its name from the beach’s name itself which is the Alona Beach. There are plenty of great resorts within Alona Beach …

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