Facts of the Tourist Spots in Bohol

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Last year, I came back to Bohol for a quick and on-the-spot vacation which even me I didn’t expect to happen. Who will expect to happen that we are having a trip to Bohol on Saturday but they just asked me on Thursday in the same week?  No preparation at all just the bag. haha.

We just go there without any hotel reservation and no groceries but we still survived. When we got there we stayed in Alona beach which tagged as Boracay of Bohol for one day.

Our tour supposed to start by 9:00 am but we woke up late so we start 1 hour late. haha.. Our tour package was offered to us by the driver Virgilio Dumangcas who drove us to Alona Beach. The tour package is affordable for us since we are 5. Contact Virgilio Dumangcas at 09197388926 or 09296571784 for Bohol Tour and VHire/Car rental.

In our tour for a day, I learned some facts about of some of the tourist spots in Bohol. Here are some facts that you might know or not. 😀

Chocolate Hills

Entrance: 50php

  • There are at least 1,776 hills
  • Hills are spread over an area of 50 square kilometers or more
  • Each hill maybe have 30 meters to 120 meters in height
  • Based on Two Giants legend story
  • Covered with green grass
  • At the end of dry season, colors turn to brown

Blood Compact

Entrance: Free


  • Located in Barangay Bool, Tagbilaran City
  • Symbol of First Treaty of Friendship between two different races, religions, cultures and civilizations
  • Known as “Sandugo”
  • Made by Boholano National Artist Napoleon Abueva
  • Celebrate in Bohol every July


Entrance: 50php

  • Was known as “Live Anaconda of Bohol”
  • Gender is Girl
  • Name after who capture “Prony”
  • Weighed 280 kilograms
  • Measure 23 feet
  • Now preserving her skin and bones


Entrance: 50 for local and 100 for foreign

  • House owned by Capt Gaudencio Dumapias
  • Open for local and foreign tourist in late 2011
  • Workers are all dressed in sailor’s uniform
  • Accepting accommodation reservation



Entrance: 60php

  • Tarsiers are really tiny animals. Their body is no more than a human palm.
  • Head of a tarsier is able to turn 360 degrees so that this primate can see behind it without moving its body.
  • Tarsier is a unique animal as they are the only completely carnivorous primates in the world.
  • Each eye of a tarsier is actually heavier than it’s brain
  • Tarsiers have the largest eyes of any mammal in relation to their body size.
  • Tarsiers have facial muscles, so they can change the expression of their “face” that makes these animals even more lovely.
  • Populations are present primarily on the islands of Bohol, Samar, Leyte and Mindanao only.


Loboc Man-Made Forest

Entrance: Free

  • Trees are composed of Mahogany tree
  • Part of reforestation project by Governor Marapao in 1947
  • Border of Loboc and Bilar towns
  • Two-kilometer stretch of densely planted Mahogany trees

Hope you learned from the facts of the tourist spots in Bohol I know during our tour. These facts are based on my tourist spots we go during my second visit in Bohol.

Do you know some facts about the tourist spots I listed above? Please let me know and love to added that fact.

Jomar Lipon is a Cebu-based blogger that talks about travel, food and related events in Cebu. He is also a web developer and found Paladin Themes. Please visit my portfolio. If you need affordable hosting, please visit Paladin Themes.


  1. Prony was actually big jud diay noh. I never got the chance to visit all these places yet. Thanks for these facts.

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