We were there in November. The weather was beautiful, the sun was shining and we could see for miles. Oh, and remember there is also another wonder of the world on the same island… The Tarsier..
Baclayon Church Bohol is a “must see” attraction for many when in the area. When we were there it was undergoing renovations but still, it retained its charm. The Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception or commonly known as the Baclayon Church in Baclayon, Bohol is the second oldest stone church in the Philippines and it firmly stands as a proof to the boholano’s devotion to their faith.
Alona Beach Bohol has a little something for everyone. If you have ever been to Boracay then Alona beach is just like Boracay Station 2 but quieter. It can be a little expensive… It can be a little touristy..
For some people, Alona Beach doesn’t live up to expectations. If you are wanting a quiet area to take your family for a peaceful vacation them maybe this is now what you are looking for. But, if you want restaurants, bars, soft white sand beaches that slope gently into clear blue water then Alona Beach Bohol has what you are looking for and more. But it can also be more than you expected… See why…
Balicasag Island Bohol is a place that is easy to love and hate all at the same time. Do I think it is overrated? Yes, at times. Would I go back? Yes, definitely… See why… Don’t worry if you are not into diving, you can still enjoy the rich marine life that Balicasag island has to offer by snorkeling. Swimming and snorkeling are the best ways to truly enjoy the beautiful island.
How can you say you have been to Bohol without experiencing the Loboc River Cruise? It is simply one of those things you must do while in Bohol.. Loboc river is one of the cleanest in the Philippines and one of the tourist spot you don’t want to miss during your Bohol Tours . Make sure you add it in your itinerary when visiting Bohol…its something you wont want to miss… See why…
The Twin Bamboo Hanging Bridges in Sevilla are a bit of a novelty and fun at the same time. You can’t say you have been to Bohol without crossing them… The Twin Hanging Bridges span the Sipatan River in a quiet and almost forgotten about part of Bohol. If you are not looking for them it would be so easy to drive right passed them. But this only adds to the attraction of the place for me.
Recently we did the usual tourist thing and experience Pamilacan Island Dolphin watching Bohol.
It takes about an hour to reach the viewing spot. (You’ll know you’ve arrived when you see all the bancas gathered in one area).
After a few minutes into the journey, we passed by other tourists having their own dolphin watching experiences.
Many island hopping tours include it but is it worth it?
If you are into history or not, is this spot worth seeing? Sanduguan The Blood Compact Site Bohol Review