Bohol

Climate Bohol

Average daytime and nighttime temperatures of Bohol are fairly steady throughout the year and comparable with other places in The Philippines. January to April are the driest months, but still rainfall can occur. Typhoons may hit Bohol from August to November, although the chance of getting hit by one is lower then in the more western parts of the archipelago. For more information have a look at the following tables.

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Getting to Bohol

By air

The airports of the city of Cebu and Tagbilaran are the nearest to Bohol and have several daily flights to other parts of the country. The airport of Cebu is served by a good number of international and domestic airlines.

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Shopping Bohol

peanut kissesSouvenir shops in Bohol are abundant and you can find them almost anywhere specifically on the famous tourist spots like Loboc River, Alona Beach, Hinagdanan Cave, Hanging Bridge, Blood Compact Monument and Bohol Bee Farm. Here, you can find a wide array of souvenirs like handicrafts, purses, shells, decors, souvenir shirts and the more popular tarsier keychains and dolls.

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Activities Bohol

Diving & Snorkeling

Many travellers come to Bohol to explore the pristine underwater world located a short boat ride from Bohol. The best dive sites are around the Island of Balicasag, 6 km west of Panlao and Pamilacan island, 20 kilometers south east of Panlao. Snorkeling on the shallow reefs  is also excellent around this island.

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Highlights Bohol

Bohol is most famous for its photogenic Chocolate Hills. They get their chocolate brown color during the dry season when the grass covering the hills dries up. They are many myths about the origin of the cone shaped hills, but the scientific explanation is that hills are eroded limestone rocks that have been covered by a layer of dirt.

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Places to stay Bohol

There are numerous places to stay at in Bohol whether you're in a business trip or on a holiday. Most of the hotels here are located along Alona Beach in Panglao Island or Tagbilaran City, which is the capital of Bohol.

PANGLAO ISLAND

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Eating & Drinking Bohol

Food is an essential part of the Filipino culture and the Filipinos always love to have a good meal. In Bohol, a variety of restaurants can be found whether it be beachside or in the capital city of Tagbilaran. Price range varies depending on location, interior and menu although most high-end restaurants are within the resorts and hotels specifically beachside. Below is a list of eating and dining options in Bohol which could help you in your search of a good restaurant.

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Bohol Travel Guide

Map Bohol

Located south east from Cebu island is the island of Bohol, which is surrounded by 75 smaller islands and with an area covering 4200 square kilometer the 10th largest island in the Philippines. On 16 March 1565 this was one of the first places where the Spanish signed a pact with a local chieftain. From Bohol the Spanish started operating their business and took over other parts of the archipelago. 

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