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January 5, 2019, When we fly from Manila to Cebu and now to our Last Destination BOHOL .

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We took a ferry from Pier 1 in Cebu, City to Tagbilaran Port. It took us 2 hours to reach the other port.

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We took a tricycle to take us to Alona Beach in Panglao, Bohol where our Resort is at. It took about 30-45 mins to reach our destination.

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Since we came around 5 already we just enjoyed watching the sunset and just do the trip around Bohol tomorrow morning.

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January 6, 2019, We woke up early to start our Day tour around Bohol.

First in our list is to see the Tarsiers. We went to a Tarsier Sanctuary and saw these cute little creature.

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Bohol Tarsiers (Tarsius Syrichta) measures 4 to 5 inches and is considered as the world’s smallest primate. Its size is no longer than an adult man’s hand and weigh only about 113 to 142 grams or four to five ounces. The primate belongs to the more primitive sub-order Prosimii or prosimian that dates back 45 million years.

Source: https://www.bohol-philippines.com/tarsiers.html

Next in our list is Chocolate Hills in Carmen, Bohol.

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The famed Chocolate Hills of Bohol are not only two but more than 1,268 cone-shaped hills – a very strange geological formation that has baffled a lot of geologists. The hills are spread over an area of 50 square kilometers or more and vary in size from 30 meters to 120 meters in height.

The Chocolate Hills appear to be seemingly endless when viewed atop the hill in Carmen town. The viewing deck there gives you a 360° view of the hills “as far as the eyes can see”. It is more majestic when viewed from a plane – them appearing to be thousands of mole hills dotting out from verdant surroundings.

Source: https://www.bohol-philippines.com/chocolate-hills.html

Our next destination is the ATV adventure place around the Chocolate Hills. This is really a nice adventure to try in Bohol.

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Our fourth Destination is the Manmade forest. It is one of the instagrammable place in Bohol.

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The Bohol Forest is a man-made mahogany forest stretching in a two-kilometer stretch of densely planted Mahogany trees located in the border of Loboc and Bilar towns. Before and after this man-made forest are the naturally grown forests of Loboc and Bilar which are thick with a kaleidoscope of green foliage, different species of trees and giant ferns lining the road.

Source: https://www.bohol-philippines.com/mahogany-man-made-forest.html

Our Fifth and Last Destination is the Loboc, River. This is famous for the floating buffet restaurant. We had our lunch here while enjoying the scenery and the music cause someone will serenade you while cruising and eating in the boat restaurant.

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PHOTO DIARY

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Bohol really has a lot to offer not only these places . Hoping to come back again Someday!

 

 

 

 

 

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