Bohol is an island popular for its white sand beaches, exotic wildlife, and stunning landscape. The area is popular for diving and snorkeling as well as hosting one of the world’s smallest primates. Those looking to really immerse themselves into truly natural environment will feel at home in Bohol. Tangbilara Airport
is the gate of entry to the area, and taxis are the main mode of transportation.
The abundance of natural splendor on this Pilipino island provides for excellent recreational activities. Diving and snorkeling are certainly top draws to the area, but so too is dolphin watching. From Panglao Island
, a 10-minute boat ride leads to several uninhabited and pristine islands. Kayaking on the Loboc River is also a popular retreat. The unique Chocolate Hills are an exciting draw as well.
Accommodation in Boho has seen improvements over the last few years as the destination becomes more and more popular. From bed and breakfasts to luxury resorts, visitors are sure to find the perfect room for their visit to the island. Alona Beach
is one of the most popular draws with its exclusive resorts. Rooms can also be found within the vicinity of the Chocolate Hills and the stone churches.
Find the most suitable accommodation for you by clicking on our interactive map and exploring Bohol for hotels and must-see destinations.