What to Do
Kick it old-school and check out the famous tourist spots in the province. see the chocolate hills The world-renowned Chocolate Hills are a cluster of 1,774 limestone formations. If you come during the dry season, the parched hills really will look like mounds of chocolate. During the rainy months, the hills are lush and green—but equally IGworthy. Want an adrenaline rush? Head to the
chocolate hills adventure park (chap)
and go on the Bike Zip (like a zipline on a bike) or the Hanging Bridge Walk while taking in the view.
The original viewing deck offers the most stunning view of the hills, and is situated in
in Carmen, Bohol. CHAP (chocolatehillsadventurepark.com) is
located in Batuan, and you can catch a glimpse of some of the hills from here, but the main attraction is the park’s endorphin-inducing activities. Respect the tarsiers Seeing these adorable nocturnal creatures is often at the top of everyone’s list, but make sure to do so at the
philippine Wildlife and tarsier sanctuary.
Nestled in the forest foothills of Corella town, this sanctuary is one of the few tarsier viewing spots that gives the palm-sized tarsiers the care and treatment they need. Tour guides are trained to take you through the tarsiers’ natural habitat, reminding you to keep your
Get a glimpse of tarsiers at the sactuary