Start at the Blood Compact Site, then continue to Baclayon Colonial Church and Museum, Loboc River Cruise, Loboc Colonial Church and Museum, Tarsier, Man-made Forest in Bilar, Chocolate Hills in Carmen, Butterfly Garden, Zipline overlooking Loboc River.
Panglao Island Tour
Start at Dauis Colonial Church and view the artesian well with miraculous healing waters inside the church, take a swim at one of the beaches on Panglao Island, visit Panglao Church and watchtower, Hinaghanan Cave, stop for a snack or lunch at Bohol Plaza and enjoy the panoramic view of Tagbilaran Bay.
Balicasag Island (Reef wall diving)
Balicasag gained the reputation of having the best reef wall diving in the country. The sight of exotic seashells and cascading coral walls is enough reason to dive here, but seeing napoleon fish, jack fish, mackerel and barracuda makes the dive more irresistible.
Pamilacan, in the local dialect, means resting place of manta rays. You can watch graceful manta rays glide in the Pamilacan's exceptionally clear water. Occasional sighting of dolphins and pilot whales are a plus factor to visitors.
Take a leisurely cruise downstream or upstream along the serene celadon green waters on a native floating restaurant and have a delectable lunch.
Tagbilaran is the Capital City of Bohol. It boasts of a Spanish-style Capitol Building built in 1860 and a historic Cathedral that was built by the Jesuits in the 18 th century and completed by the Augustinian Recollects a century later. Driving down the road behind the Cathedral, one can view remnants of "Old Tagbilaran" locally called "Sitio Ubos". There are three centuries-old Spanish houses that are restored to this day and make you look back to the genteel Spanish colonial days of a bygone era. Tagbilaran City tour consists of stops at St. Joseph Cathedral, "Sitio Ubos", Plaza Rizal, Provincial Capitol. Also visit the Bohol Museum which houses Bohol's flora, fauna and artifacts. Then go shopping for native products, pastries and other souvenir items at City's shopping centers and malls.
This centuries-old stone church housing a museum containing a collection of religious art, ecclesiastical vestments and librettos of church music in Latin printed on animal skins.
Bilar Man-Made Forest
Lush growth of mahogany at the Bilar Reforestation Project in Central Bohol borders the national highway on the way to Chocolate Hills.
Underground white limestone cave consisting of three chambers, a delight to the senses.
Miniature creatures with owl-like eyes, big ears, long thin tail, kinky and wooly fur, short front legs and long hind legs endemic to the province.
An enchanted underworld of stalactites and stalagmites. Inside the cave is a pool that catches fresh cool water oozing from its rocky sides. Shafts of sunlight pierce through two natural openings almost directly above the pool of placid water.
Blood Compact Site
On March 16, 1565, Miguel Lopez de Legaspi of Spain and native chieftain Datu Sikatuna drank from a common cup of potion mixed with drops of blood taken from each others' arms to symbolize peace and friendship.