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This is the Bohol itinerary I took during my three day do-it-yourself (DIY) tour of Bohol and Panglao Island. Instead of going direct to Tagbilaran City, I decided to take the cheaper fastcraft ferry to Tubigon Bohol. From Tubigon, I hired a habal-haba
Explored a bit of Bilar town then Baclayon after visiting the famed Chocolate Hills of Bohol. Both towns had beautiful natural scenery. I wished I had more time to take more photos. Bilar Man-made Forest Mahogany forest located along the highway. Light
From Tubigon, I chartered a habal-habal (single motorcycle driver) for my day tour of Bohol Island. Since I needed to travel to Tagbilaran, where I planned to spend the night, might as well visit all the tourist spots along the way. I took the inland h
Tourists in Bohol typically have only two options when choosing where to spend the night. They can either sleep in one of the beach resorts in Panglao Island or rent a room in Tagbilaran City’s many hotels and pension houses. I decided to stay in Tagbi
Getting to Bohol was the preface to my 3-month adventure across the Philippines. I was definitely excited to put my weeks of itinerary planning to the test. Before the trip, I studied the tourist maps of Bohol and read rummaged blogs and online forums
Seeing the cute furry tarsiers was my number one agenda when I was in Bohol. Where exactly does one go to experience a close encounter with these highly celebrated critters? Well, there’s a number of places scattered throughout Bohol but the best place
Seeing the famous tarsiers and chocolate hills of Bohol are definitely among the most popular items of most Filipinos’ travel wishlist, myself included (growing up with the mindset that it’s a requirement of Philippine Travel 101). Bohol is also famous

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