Cebu-Bohol for 3k: Day 3 Bohol City Tour

For our 2k Bohol City Tour courtesy by Kuya Allan (09163011715) for only 2k van rent Bohol City Tour,

Here are the scenic places that we’ve traversed! I’ll speak no more and just let the pictures speak for the marvel that we’ve found in the Island of Bohol!

Come and see: Blood Compact Shrine, Baclayon Church, Tarsier Sanctuary, Hanging Bridge, Bilar Man Made Forest, Bohol Butterfly Garden,  and ending with the marvelous Chocolate Hills.

Have a feast!

Baclayon Church

Xzootic Animal Park

Here you can buy Peanut Kisses for pasalubong

Bilar Man-made Forest

A cool passage on the way to the Chocolate Hills Tour. This forest, which was planted for reforestation, has become a regular part of the Bohol Countryside Tour.


Hanging Bridge

Tarsier Sanctuary

*Fun Fact: Tarsier – small primates who can turn their heads 180 degrees. Whiles humans have a difficulty of turning even 90, then you must be amazed with the tarsier’s ability.

Chocolate Hills

An amazing sight of natural wonder. Composed of more or less 1,268 cone-shaped hills, very much like hersheys during summer months. The most famous site is in Carmen where an observation deck is built for a vantage point of the panoramic view.

Butterfly Farm

Blood Compact Site

Located in Bool, Tagbilaran City. This site commemorates the symbol of Treaty of Friendship between the Philippines and Spain. It defects Rajah Sikatuna and Miguel Lopez de Legaspi doing the blood-compact.

That concludes our day tour. It was fun and really tiring. That night, we found ourselves aboard the night Lite Shipping towards Cebu for just 100pesos (whole lot cheaper than the regular fast ferries that cost 500+php!)

The above blog post is part of my budget Bohol – Cebu tour series of posts in the Island of Panglao, Bohol and Cebu City, Philippines that happened last September 13-16, 2012. | Cebu – Bohol for just 3k Barkada Trip! | Day 2 Panglao Island Hopping | Day 3 Bohol City Tour | Day 4: Quickie in Cebu
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