Bohol Province
Information about Bohol Province, Philippines

Bohol is the 10th largest island in the country, nestled securely at the heart of the Visayas, between southeast of Cebu and southwest of Leyte.

Bohol is very accessible by air and sea travel, it is the closest province to Cebu city, with travel time of 1 hour and 30 minutes by fastcraft  and 20 minutes by plane.

Typhoons and earthquakes are very rare.

Vision

Bohol is a prime eco-cultural tourist destination and a strong agro-industrial province with an empowered and self-reliant people who are God-loving, law-abiding, proud of their cultural heritage and committed to the growth and protection of the environment.

Eco-Tourism

Bohol is gaining prestige as a prime eco-cultural tourist destination in the region.

Lie the other islands in the region, Bohol has an abundance of pristine white sand beaches and azure blue waters. Coral reefs teem with a variety of picturesque marine life. Most notable of these sites and increasing in world renown are those found in Pamilacan, Balicasag, and Cabilao islands, becoming a haven for tourists and scuba divers.

Inland, serving as magnets to local and foreign tourists, are sights that are equally remarkable. These are Bohol's natural wonders such as waterfalls, underground caves, bubbly springs and verdant forests.

Some of these sights earned worldwide interest such as: the 1,268 perfectly coned hay cock hills more popularly known as the Chocolate Hills, hunched together with elevations of 40-120 meters high; the Baclayon church, the best preserved Jesuit-built church in the region; the reclusive Philippine tarsier, the world's smallest monkey endemic only to Bohol and a protected species.

Gradually taking shape is the 2,000-hectare Panglao Island Tourism Estate just off Tagbilaran City. Declared as a flagship project of the government, the PITE is one of the five tourist satellite destinations in the country where investments in hotel/resort complex, convention facilities, sports/ recreational facilities, golf course, shopping centers, retirement and handicraft villages and marina are being promoted.

How To Get Here...

Bohol is very accessible by air and sea travel, it is the closest province to Cebu city, with travel time of 1 hour and 30 minutes by fastcraft  and 20 minutes by plane.

Bohol is served by Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific flying to and from Manila with at least 2 trips daily, 7 days a week. Bohol's major seaports include the Tagbilaran City, and the towns of Tubigon and Jagna.

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