There isn't a city called Bohol so i don't know what your referring to..if you mean Tagbilaran the capital then it is just alright as it is crowded and busy as are most larger filipino cities, i do find that the inhabitants can be alot more friendly towards foreigners and not stare so much and be rude especially the filipino men.
.they need to learn some manners big time!! I expected filipinos to be more friendly but sadly thats not the case!!
bohol has it all, beach, culture, nature, food. not to mention their kind and friendly people. when in bohol a must visit are the, chocolate hills of course which bohol is famous for and the philippine tarsier - smallest primate.
aside from that, there century old churches in almost every town. marvel at the man made forest that you get to pass by before going to the chocolate hills. never missed out on the dolphin watching, snorkeling and island hopping.
Best way going by local tour, if going by ourselves will take longer time. we have paid for only 2,000 peso whole day, going around including Loboc lunch river cruice, chocolate hill, Tarsier conservation area etc, very worthed.
The province of Bohol has many tourist attractions to accommodate a wide variety of travelers. Aside from the beach, we saw the old churches that unfortunately were heavily damaged by the earthquake two years ago.
We also saw the Tarsiers and proceeded to the beach which was our main reason for visiting the place. The car hire driver was very helpful too.
A bit expensive for the poor structure. Nice place to visit, good dives. Chocolate hills and tarsiers sanctuary is worth it, the rest of the tour (butterfly sanctuary, the python - that is dead now, blood compact.
..) not that much.
Full of Friendly locals that are genuine in trying to assist you and make your stay memorable. Lots of things to do and explore, from relaxation, to the immense culture, to the hair raising daredevil activities.
Chocolate hills and island hopping are a must.
nice place plenty of things to visit just rent a moto for 350 pesos 24 hours and youll be the boss to visit the chocolate hills, honey bridge, the cave, the small tessier, the jungle and many other places.
..by the way youll need the moto for 3-4 days...:)
It is one of the more developed island within the Philippines. Roads, airport access, tourism places organization are much better than standard in the rest of Philippines.
Happy to see the place clean and tidy. Loboc river is well looked after. Food is not too great but the locals are very friendly thus making the holiday easier and relaxing.
I stayed in Bohol for 4days. I went to Balicasaq for snowcooling and I had experiences for tour some famouse place like chocolate hill and Tarsier monkey and so on.
It's very beautiful Island. I would like to visit again.
First of all, Bohol is not a city but an island with many cities and towns. We enjoyed the visit to the tarsier sanctuaries and chocolate hills very much.
This is my second time in Bohol and I think this island has a lot to offer. It survived the earthquake of 2013 but a lot of it's major landmarks i.
e. old churches were affected and some even reduced to rubble. However, they've still got a lot of attractions to see especially if you take the countryside tours and the water tours. Don't miss the Chocolate Hills, Loboc River Cruise, Virgin Island and the Marine Sanctuary.
Bohol's main attraction is in Panglao, although there are other parts of Bohol that is yet to be discovered like Anda and Candijay.
Bohol has the richness of its white beaches and clear water and amazing countryside tour, chocolate hills was beautiful.
Fresh seafood and water sports activities. A Dolphins haven. Beautiful minus the noisiest and chaos of Boracay.
BOHOL OFFERS BEST MONEY VALUE FOR YOUR VACATION ACTIVITIES. THE PLACE IS SO PEACEFUL AND TRAFFIC IS UNLIKE OTHER PLACES.
THE RUINS OF THE CENTURIES OLD CHURCHES WHICH WERE HIT BY A POWERFUL EARTHQUAKE ADDED TO THE MYSTERY OF THE PROVINCE. THE TOURIST SPOTS ARE VERY ACCESSIBLE. BOHOL HAS A VERY CONDUCIVE CLIMATE FOR OUTDOOR AND SEA ACTIVITIES.
You've gotta visit the all tourist spots and experience all adventures and fun if possible, you would really enjoy it.
If you have chance to stay in Bohol, I highly recommend you to go Panglao. Great view, and there are many activities.
Also you can relax in the good resort.
Rent a bike and travel around. Bohol is a good place to experience long bike rides. Or take the local bus transport.
The people are super-friendly and very helpful. I personally enjoyed taking the local bus ride. Bohol is quite similar to Kerala, India. Nature at its fullest. Spend atleast 3 full days. Take your own time to travel and explore places. Stay away from the package tours as I believe they take you to lot of unnecessary touristy spots which really aint worth.
Had so much in Bohol , i highly suggest you visit Bohol soon , i assure you will definitely enjoy it here too.
육상투어가 예상외로 많이 약하다. 타르시어 원숭이, 파이톤 왓칭(왕뱀) 등은 형편없고, 비싼 돈 들여 간 mag aso 폭포는 정말 최악이다. 가는길도 멀고 볼품없다. 초콜렛힐는 그나마 괜찮다.
다나오 어드벤쳐 파크는 가보진 못했지만 괜찮을 듯 하다. 해상투어는 발리카삭 호핑은 해볼만 하다.
We LOVE Bohol! Churches, waterfalls, caves, beaches, attractions, nature, activities! It has everything!
I saw the old churches. I just hope they get to restore it soon. I liked Loboc River and Chocolate Hills
I love Bohol, been here several times. But its my first after the major earthquake some two years ago.
I notice that Baclayon Church now has an entrance fee, it was a dismay since this is a church, a place of worship. I would suggest that instead of compulsory entrace fee, it should be a voluntary donation.
The attractions such as Tarsier Park and Chocolate hills is a must to see when you are in this island.
Otherwise, there's nothing much else to do here besides sun tanning along the beautiful beaches.
Fantastic area but be aware that flights are always late and frequently cancelled. Have a backup plan