Bohol is one of the best places to visit in the Philippines, especially if you’re a first-timer visitor.

This province is home to some of the country’s most iconic natural attractions including the World-famous Chocolate Hills and the wide-eyed Philippine Tarsier, one of the smallest monkeys in the World. Bohol is also known for its many white-sand beaches and beautiful islands.

If you’re flying via Cebu, might as well go on a side-trip to Bohol. The ferry only takes around 2 hours, convenient for day trips. With the newly opened Bohol International Airport in Panglao Island, expect better access from Manila and other major PH airports.

Getting around Bohol is easy. You can see all of the top tourist spots in one day. With 2-3 days (or more), you can enjoy a more relaxed pace and maximize your time on the beach.

Here’s a list of beautiful places to visit in Bohol including top things to do & the best Bohol tourist spots.

To make your trip planning easy, I’ve added links to the locations on Google Maps. Feel free to click/tap on the links posted. Then, use the “save” feature on the Google Maps app. Seeing all your saved locations on the map will help you get started on planning your Bohol itinerary and know the best areas to stay, near places you want to go.

See also: Bohol & Panglao 2023 – Travel Budget & Sample Itinerary.

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1. Chocolate Hills & Bohol Countryside

Chocolate Hills sunrise view in Carmen, Bohol, Philippines

Location: Bohol Province (mainland), Philippines. Save on Google Maps.

Experience the enchanting Bohol countryside on a delightful tour. Witness the breathtaking Chocolate Hills, an extraordinary landscape resembling Hershey’s Kisses chocolate mounds. Indulge in a serene cruise along the idyllic Loboc River. Immerse yourself in history as you visit the ancient Baclayon Church, a testament to Bohol’s rich past. Enjoy an unforgettable adventure with a perfect mix of nature and cultural heritage. Meet the cute Tarsiers, the world’s smallest primates, with their captivating eyes.

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Rates: Join-in tour price is P620/person (excluding entrance fees). Private tour is P1,600/person for a group of 2-4 or P900/person for a group of 5-10.

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Popular Bohol Countryside Tourist Spots

Chocolate Hills Viewdeck — P100/person entrance fee.Location: Carmen, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Loboc River Cruise.
— P850/person. Includes lunch buffet on the floating Restaurant.Location: Loboc, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Bilar Man-Made Forest — FREE admission.Location: Bilar, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Corella Tarsier Sanctuary — P150/person entrance fee.Location: Corella, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Baclayon Church — FREE admission. Entrance fee is charged for the museum.Location: Baclayon, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Blood Compact Shrine — FREE admission.Location: Tagbilaran City, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Please note that prices and fees may have changed, so it is advisable to check with the museum or local tourism authorities for the most up-to-date information regarding the entrance fee.

Cebu – Bohol Ferry

Traveling to Bohol from Cebu? You’ll need to book a roundtrip fastcraft ferry ticket with either Oceanjet or Supercat ferry operators if it’s not included in your tour package. Travel time by fastcraft is 2 to 3 hours.

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2. Go Island Hopping & Dolphin Watching in Panglao

Marine life at Balicasag Island near Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines

Location: near Panglao Island, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

One of the best day trips from Panglao Island is the island hopping tour. The boatmen will first take you around the open sea for dolphin watching. After arriving at Balicasag Island, you will transfer to a smaller boat for snorkeling. This is your chance to see the colorful reefs and fishes in the Balicasag Island Marine Sanctuary. You might get to swim with sea turtles here. The last stop is the Virgin Island, which is known for its beautiful white sandbar that appears during low tide.

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Island Hopping Sites near Panglao

Balicasag IslandLocation: Balicasag Marine Sanctuary, near Panglao Island. Save on Google Maps.

Virgin IslandLocation: Pungtud Island, near Panglao. Save on Google Maps.

Pamilacan IslandLocation: Baclayon. Accessible by boat charter / island hopping tour Panglao. Save on Google Maps.

3. Panglao Land Tour

South Palms Resort in Dumaluan Beach, Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines

Explore the tourist spots of Panglao by land. You can do this in a half-day or whole day tour. Begin your adventure by exploring the captivating Hinagdangan Cave, where you’ll be mesmerized by the intricate limestone formations and the tranquil underground pool. Afterward, make your way to the Bohol Bee Farm, where you can get a taste of their delicious ice cream & delectable organic treats made from the farm’s fresh ingredients. Finally, unwind at the famous Alona Beach or Panglao’s other beautiful white sand beaches, where you can bask in the sun & swim in the crystal-clear waters.

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Popular Panglao Land Tour spots

Alona BeachLocation: Panglao, Panglao Island. Save on Google Maps.

Hinagdanan CaveLocation: Bingag, Dauis, Panglao Island. Save on Google Maps.

Bohol Bee FarmLocation: Dauis, Panglao Island. Save on Google Maps.

Panglao Church (St. Augustine Parish Church)Location: Panglao Poblacion, Panglao Island. Save on Google Maps.

Dauis ChurchLocation: Dauis, Panglao Island. Save on Google Maps.

Nova Shell MuseumLocation: Teofilo Arcay St., Panglao Poblacion, Panglao Island. Save on Google Maps.

4. Watch the Sunset

Dumaluan Beach sunset view in Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines

Chase the sunset at these scenic spots in Panglao Island and Tagbilaran City.

Dumaluan Beach — One of the most beautiful beaches in Bohol. The actual sunset is not visible from Dumaluan Beach, but the golden hour is amazing especially when the water is calm & during low time. Go here if you want to get away from the crowds at Alona Beach.Location: Panglao town. Save on Google Maps.

Moadto Strip Mall & Doljo Beach — Located near the western tip of Panglao Island. This spot is one of the best places for a sunset stroll. Head to Hermit Beach for a better view of the actual sunset & head back at Moadto Strip Mall for dinner by the beach.Location: Purok 5, Panglao town. Save on Google Maps.

Panglao Port — Peaceful local vibe & clear views of the sunset.Location: Panglao Poblacion, Panglao Island. Save on Google Maps.

Zara’s Cafe — Scenic hilltop view overlooking Tagbilaran City & Dauis, Panglao Island. Food, coffee & other drinks here are one of the best in the island.Location: Dayo Hill, Dauis, Panglao Island. Save on Google Maps.

Becca Cafe & Bistro — Peaceful location along Tagbilaran seaside, near Borja Bridge that connects Tagbilaran to Dauis, Panglao. Perfect spot to unwind during sunset.Location: 348 Venancio P. Inting Avenue, Tagbilaran City. Save on Google Maps.

Panglao Island

Location: Southwest Bohol Province. Save on Google Maps.

Found just off the coast of Bohol’s capital, Tagbilaran City, Panglao Island is a gateway to stunning white sand beaches, resorts, nature and cultural spots of Bohol Province. The island is home to the Bohol International Airport and is connected to Tagbilaran City by two bridge/viaducts. Travel time between Tagbilaran and Panglao is around 30 minutes or less.

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5. Alona Beach

Alona Beach in Panglao Island, Bohol

Location: Barangay Tawala, Panglao, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Probably the most popular beach in Panglao Island, Alona Beach is a 1.5 km stretch of white sand beach with crystal clear waters, bordered by rocky cliffs on each end. At Alona Beach, you can easily book a boat tour that can take you snorkeling and diving. There are even resorts that offer scuba diving programs. You can go on a day tour and visit the surrounding islands like Balicasag and enjoy the pristine waters. At night, Alona Beach continues to come alive with its many bustling bars and restaurants. There’s a wide range of accommodations here from affordable hostels to luxurious beach resorts.

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6. South Palms Resort & Dumaluan Beach

South Palms Resort in Dumaluan Beach, Panglao Island, Bohol

Location: Barangay Bolod, Panglao, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Dumaluan Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Panglao. It’s a favorite among locals and tourists who prefer a quiet experience. This long stretch features fine white sand bordered and pristine turquoise waters. It offers plenty of private spots where you can enjoy a relaxing time quite easily, as there are far fewer boats here and compared to the more popular Alona Beach. Dumaluan Beach may be on the quiet side, but there are a lot of activities you can do here as well. The beach is dotted with many resorts including upscale Bohol Beach Club and South Palms Resort Panglao.

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7. Moadto Strip Mall & Doljo Beach

Moadto Mall beachfront sunset view, in Doljo Beach, Panglao Island, Bohol

Location: Brgy. Doljo, Panglao, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Doljo Beach is a serene and picturesque beach located at the western tip of Panglao Island. It’s an easy 15-minute drive from Alona Beach or 5-minute drive from Panglao Poblacion. Visit Moadto Strip Mall, where you can dine along the beach, buy your grocery essentials or enjoy a relaxing sunset walk around the spacious beachfront. Doljo Beach is more peaceful and has finer/whiter sand compared to Alona. Here you can also find upscale Bellevue Resort and Modala Resort.

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8. Hinagdanan Cave

Hinagdanan Cave in Panglao Island, Bohol

Location: Bingag, Dauis, Panglao Island. Near Mithi Resort and Spa. Save on Google Maps.

The Hinagdanan Cave is a welcome break from the typical beach activities in Panglao Island. The entrance can only be accessed one at a time and leads to a cavern that features a freshwater lagoon and natural rock formations. The term Hinagdanan is a Cebuano word for “laddered” and was named so because of how it was discovered – accidentally, by a farmer who was clearing land, and eventually built a ladder to access the cave. The cave was also used as a hiding spot by locals during the Second World War.

Rates: Entrance fee is P50/person. If you want to swim, you’ll need to add an additional P75/person swimming fee.

9. Bohol Bee Farm

Bohol Bee Farm in Panglao Island, Bohol

Location: Dao, Dauis, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Bohol Bee Farm is a popular tourist spot on the Panglao land tour route. This charming farm is not only home to buzzing bees but also a treasure trove of organic delights. Indulge your taste buds with their delicious organic treats, from honey spreads to homemade ice cream. Explore the lush gardens and enjoy breathtaking views of the ocean. Don’t forget to visit their souvenir shop and bring home some of their natural products.

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10. Go Diving in Panglao

Plane wreck diving site near South Palms, Dumaluan Beach, Panglao Island, Bohol

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Panglao is home to a vibrant underwater world filled with colorful coral reefs and diverse marine species. With its crystal-clear waters, you can explore the fascinating depths while snorkeling or diving. Discover the enchanting beauty of sea turtles, vibrant fish, and other sea creatures that call these waters their home. Panglao is one of the Philippines’ best places to go for SCUBA Diving & Freediving.

Freediving spots in Panglao, Bohol

Napaling ReefLocation: Napaling, Panglao town. Save on Google Maps.

Panglao Plane WreckLocation: near South Pamls Resort, Dumaluan Beach. Save on Google Maps.

Arco PointLocation: near Panglao Island.

#FreedivingLocation: Dauis, Panglao Island near Bohol Sea View Cabin Resort. Save on Google Maps.

11. Napaling Reef

Napaling Reef in Panglao Island, Bohol

Location: Napaling Drive, Panglao, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Napaling Reef is my favorite freediving spots in Bohol! This stunning reef is famous for its enchanting steep wall with incredible coral formations, surrounded by abundant marine life. Go SCUBA or freediving into the crystal-clear waters. There are many diving resorts in the area where you can get a guide & rent diving equipment.

12. Balicasag Island

Turtle Watching at Balicasag Island, Panglao Island, Bohol

Location: Near Panglao, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Balicasag Island is a paradise for nature enthusiasts, offering a remarkable opportunity to explore the underwater world & encounter Bohol’s rich marine life. Balicasag Marine Sanctuary is famous for its sea turtles, dolphin watching and vibrant coral gardens near the sea cliff.

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13. Virgin Island

Virgin Island in Panglao Island, Bohol

Location: near Puntud Island, Panglao, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

This enchanting island is famous for its pristine white sandbar that emerges during low tide, creating a breathtaking sight. With its crystal-clear turquoise waters and soft powdery sand, Virgin Island a perfect spot for beach and sea lovers. Take a leisurely stroll along the sandbar, sunbathe, or simply relax amidst the pristine blue sea surrounding you.

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Popular Beaches in Panglao

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Tagbilaran

15. Tagbilaran City

Tagbilaran City seaside sunset view, Bohol

Location: Bohol Province. Save on Google Maps.

Tagbilaran is the capital city of Bohol Province. It is home to Tagbilaran Port, which serves direct ferries to Cebu, Dumagete, Siquijor and Manila. When in Tagbilaran, visit the Blood Compact Shrine, the Bohol Cathedral, Plaza Rizal and the National Museum of the Philippines – Bohol. Dao Bus Terminal is where you can find public buses and transport to other towns of Bohol Province. Island City Mall, the city’s largest shopping center, is conveniently located beside the terminal.

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16. Blood Compact Site

Blood Compact Site in Tagbilaran City, Bohol

Location: Tagbilaran East Road, Barangay Bool, Tagbilaran City. Save on Google Maps.

Sandugo or blood compact is a Philippine ancient ritual wherein both factions cut their wrist and drink the blood together with wine or other liquids to seal an agreement and to signify their friendship. A shrine was built in honor of the historic blood compact between Rajah Sikatuna of Bohol and Miguel Lopez de Legaspi of Spain that is often considered as the First Treaty of Friendship between different cultures, races, and religions. A monument of five life-sized men performing the ritual, sculpted by Boholano, National Artist Napoleon Abueva, now stands in Brgy. Bool in Tagbilaran City. The Blood Compact Site is easily accessible even by tricycle since it is along the national highway. Aside from taking a trip back in history, you will also enjoy the cool breeze and refreshing view on the site.

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17. Bohol Chocolate Hills

Chocolate Hills in Carmen, Bohol

Location: Chocolate Hills Complex (view deck), Barangay Buenos Aires, Carmen. Save on Google Maps.

While it is still unknown how the famous Chocolate Hills came to be, and how many hills there are, one thing is certain – that the Chocolate Hills is a must-see attraction. They are green during the rainy season but turn brown during the dry season, resembling Hershey’s kisses chocolates, thus the name. They can be visited during both seasons, and they are just as marvelous all throughout the year. An endless view of these hills can best be appreciated at the Chocolate Hills Complex (view deck) in Carmen Town. If you want to visit without the huge crowds, go during sunrise. It takes extra effort, but the magical view of the hills under the golden hour light is worth it.

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Chocolate Hills Adventure Park

Chocolate Hills Adventure Park is located near Chocolate Hills Complex Viewdeck. This eco-tourism venture in Carmen, Bohol offers 30 thrilling activities including the 550m Rush Bike Zip, zip-lining, treetop rope courses, horseback riding, camping, and an outdoor cafe.

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18. Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary

Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary in Corella, Bohol

Location: Barangay Canapnapan, Corella. Save on Google Maps.

A trip to Bohol won’t be complete without visiting the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary. Endangered and a protected species, the tarsier is a tiny and odd-looking primate. Seeing one in real life is a special experience because Bohol is one of the few places you can get to see them up close. The Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary in Corella is within a short 20-minute drive from Tagbilaran City. Inside the sanctuary, you will be able to see and take photos of these marvelous creatures in their natural habitat. Just remember no flash photography, please.

The Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary in Corella is the only site in Bohol run by the Philippine Tarsier Foundation. If you want to help with the conservation of Tarsiers, visit this one and not the conservation area in Bilar named “Tarsier Conservation Area,” where the tarsiers are forcefully placed & constantly disturbed for visitors.

19. Lo-ay / Loboc River Cruise

Lo-ay River Cruise in Bohol

Location: Loboc Tourism Complex, Poblacion, Loboc. Save on Google Maps.

The Loboc River Cruise is a popular activity to do in Bohol. Not only will you enjoy a sumptuous buffet meal of local dishes, but you will also be entertained by a cultural show while cruising on a floating restaurant as you traverse through the jade-green waters of the Loboc River. Loboc is located approximately 24 kilometers away from Tagbilaran City. It’s about 40 mins by car, and an hour by public transport.

An excellent alternative is the Lo-ay River Cruise, which is nearer to Tagbilaran and also offers a similar experience.

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20. Bilar Man-Made Forest

Bilar Man-Made Forest in Bohol

Location: Bilar-Loboc Road. Save on Google Maps.

You wouldn’t believe that this two-kilometer canopy of verdant mahogany trees over the highway between the borders of Bilar and Loboc is actually manmade. The trees look almost uniform and are so close to each other that they make a great place for cooling down and taking breath-taking photos. The manmade forest is quite easy to access too and you can easily include this stopover in your itinerary. If you’re on your way to visit the Chocolate Hills from Loboc, you surely won’t miss it.

21. Baclayon Church

Baclayon Church in Bohol

Location: Poblacion, Baclayon. Save on Google Maps.

The Church of Immaculada Concepcion, or more popularly known as Baclayon Church, is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines and probably the most famous heritage site in Bohol. It was founded in 1596, but was only elevated as a Parish in 1717 and was completed in 1727. Its original façade is made of coral stones that were dragged from the sea and cut into cruciform shapes. In the 19th century, another facade was built together with surrounding stone buildings. An old convent, now converted into a museum, is located next to the church and houses century-old relics.

22. Anda White Beach & Cave Pools

Location: Anda, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Hailed as the most beautiful beach in Bohol, Anda Beach is blessed with a long stretch of powdery white sand fringed with coconut palm trees. The drive to Anda Beach takes around 45-minutes from Tagbilaran City.

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Anda Tourist Spots

Talisay Beach, AndaLocation: Anda. Save on Google Maps.

Cabagnow Cave PoolLocation: Anda. Save on Google Maps.

Tibaw Cave PoolLocation: Anda. Save on Google Maps.

23. Can-umantad Waterfalls

Can-umantad Waterfalls in Candijay, Bohol

Location: Candijay, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Can-umantad Falls is the tallest and most impressive waterfall in Bohol. Travel time from Candijay town center is around 30-minutes.

24. Cadapdapan Rice Terraces

Cadapdapan Rice Terraces in Candijay, Bohol

Location: Candijay. Save on Google Maps.

Get a refreshing view of the Cadapdapan rice terraces on your way to Can-umantad Falls. It’s located in Candijay, known to be Bohol’s top rice-producing town.

25. Danao Adventure Park

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Location: Magtangtang, Danao. Save on Google Maps.

Aside from the natural beauty of the island, the pristine beaches and the cultural heritage that Bohol offers, a trip to Danao Adventure Park is one you wouldn’t want to miss especially if you are looking for something more thrilling.

Located 72 km away from Tagbilaran City, Danao Adventure Park focuses on eco-tourism and extreme adventure to offer you a unique and adrenaline-rush filled experience with nature and is definitely worth the travel time. If you are not a thrill-seeker, don’t worry because there’s still a wide of activities you can try. Root climbing and rappelling, caving, river trekking, glass cliff walking, cable car rides, ziplining, cliff diving, and kayaking are just some of the activities they offer. If you’re an adrenaline junkie, you will definitely want to try The Plunge, which is the only canyon swing in Southeast Asia, and the highest one in the world at 280m.

26. Bohol Churches & Heritage Sites

Bohol is home to some of the oldest and most beautiful Spanish-colonial churches in the Philippines. These iconic structures are famous for their stunning architecture, rich distory and cultural significance.

Spanish-colonial heritage churches in Bohol

Loboc Church (San Pedro Apostol Parish Church)Location: Loboc, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Baclayon Church (La Purisima Concepcion de la Virgen Maria Parish Church)Location: Baclayon, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Dauis Church (Assumption of Our Lady Shrine)Location: Dauis, Panglao Island. Save on Google Maps.

Panglao Church (St. Agustine Parish Church)Location: Panglao, Panglao Island. Save on Google Maps.

Loon Church (Nuestra Señora de la Luz Parish Church)Location: Loon, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Alburquerque Church (Santa Monica Parish Church)Location: Albuquerque. Save on Google Maps.

Tagbilaran Cathedral (Cathedral of Saint Joseph the Worker)Location: Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Tagbilaran City. Save on Google Maps.

Cortes Church (Sto Nino Parish Church)Location: Cortes. Save on Google Maps.

Dimiao Church (San Nicholas Parish Church)Location: Dimiao. Save on Google Maps.

Jagna Church (St. Michael The Archangel Parish Church)Location: Jagna. Save on Google Maps.

Loay Church (Holy Trinity Parish Church)Location: Loay. Save on Google Maps.

Talibon Cathedral (Blessed Trinity Cathedral)Location: Talibon. Save on Google Maps.

Other heritage sites in Bohol

Punta Cruz WatchtowerLocation: Maribojoc. Save on Google Maps.

National Museum Bohol – Tagbilaran Branch (formerly the Old Bohol Provincial Capitol building)Location: Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Tagbilaran City. Save on Google Maps.

27. See more of Bohol Province

Sipatan Twin Hanging Bridge in Sevilla, Bohol, Philippines

Other interesting spots in Bohol

Sagbayan Peak — Offers a nice view of Chocolate Hills clustered in the town of Sagbayan and Clarin. Although out of the way from the popular Tagbilaran-Loboc-Carmen countryside tour route, the Sagbayan Peak might be worth a visit if you are traveling via Tubigon.Location: Clarin-Sagbayan Road, Sagbayan, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Sipatan Twin Hanging Bridge — The Sipatan Twin Hanging Bridge, a captivating tourist spot in Sevilla, has evolved from its humble bamboo and rope origins. Get a scenic view of the serene river and surrounding nature while crossing the 40-meter bridge’s woven bamboo deck. Location: Loboc-Sevilla Road, Sevilla, Bohol. Save on Google Maps.

Cabilao islandLocation: Loon. Save on Google Maps.

Abatan River (cruise & firefly watching)Location: Cortes-Maribojoc. Save on Google Maps.

Pilar Dam / Pilar Freedom Park & Wildlife SanctuaryLocation: Poblacion, Pilar. Save on Google Maps.

Beyond Bohol

Cebu

Virgin Island in Bantayan, Cebu, Philippines

Location: Central Visayas region, central Philippines. Save on Google Maps.

Cebu is famous for its rich history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking attractions. The direct fastcraft ferry from Tagbilaran to Cebu City takes around 2 hours. You can also go via Tubigon Port, which is 1 hour away from Tagbilaran by car. Travel time from Tubigon to Cebu City is 1 hour by fastcraft ferry or 2 hours by RORO ferry.

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Dumaguete

Rizal Boulevard, Dumaguete City

Location: Negros Oriental, Central Visayas region, central Philippines. Save on Google Maps.

Known as the “City of Gentle People,” Dumaguete is famous for its vibrant university town atmosphere, beautiful coastline, and breathtaking marine biodiversity. To get there from Bohol, take a ferry from Tagbilaran Port to Dumaguete Port. The ferry ride usually takes around 2-3 hours, offering picturesque views of the sea along the way.

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Siquijor

Location: Negros Oriental, Central Visayas region, central Philippines. Save on Google Maps.

Discover the enchanting island of Siquijor, famous for its mystical charm, pristine beaches, and captivating waterfalls. To reach Siquijor from Bohol, take a ferry from Tagbilaran Port to Siquijor Port. The ferry journey typically takes around 1 to 2 hours.

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Camiguin Island

White Island in Camiguin, Philippines

Location: Camiguin Province, Northern Mindanao, Philippines. Save on Google Maps.

Experience the beauty of Camiguin Island, famous for its stunning volcanoes, hot springs, and picturesque waterfalls. Take a direct ferry from Jagna Port in Bohol to Camiguin. The ferry ride typically takes around 2 to 3 hours. Prepare to be amazed by Camiguin’s natural wonders, such as the majestic Mount Hibok-Hibok and the enchanting Katibawasan Falls.

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