Sightseeing in Bohol
A typical countryside day tour is an experience of the best natural and cultural attractions that the island can offer - starting from a historical site, passing by centuries-old churches, an emerald-green river, a man-made forest, and winding up at Bohol's most famous attraction, the Chocolate Hills.
Diving in Bohol
Dive leisurely through breathtaking coral gardens bursting with colors and fascinating marine life in Bohol's A1 dive sites.
About 6 kilometers southwest of Panglao Island is located a haven for divers, the internationally-recognized Balicasag Island. Near Panglao is another dive site, Pamilacan Island, which is a nesting place for manta rays. The water around Pamilacan is where playful dolphins, and occasionally whales, can be spotted on early mornings.