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The hidden marvels of Bohol
The word Bohol has become so synonymous with the world’s famous Chocolate hills that when you speak of Bohol, these hills are instantly attached to it. The province’s signature attraction is composed of 1268 hills that stretch into a similar massive pile of delicious Hershey-like chocolates during summer and into a blissful sight of green contours during rainy seasons. The beauty of these hills captured the world’s awe at the unique nature that God has given to the country. Beyond these hills, though, lie the other Nature’s gifts of Bohol that equally gained tourists’ acquiescent at the rising realization that Chocolate Hills is just an icing to the cake; there is more to Bohol!
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Local tribes have been living in Bohol before Magellan arrived on the shores of Bohol. It is believed that around 1200, the Lutaos arrived from northern Mindanao. They built their residences in the mainland Bohol and in the island of Panglao. The town then was named “Kingdom of Dapitan” and became progressive until it was abandoned in 1563.

Bohol nestles on the southern east coast of the Philippines and below the province of Cebu. It is the tenth largest island of the Philippines. Its capital is Tagbilaran city. Surrounding this island are the waters of Camotes Sea and Bohol Sea. The province has 47 towns, has the size of 4117.3 km² and outlines the shape of Ube, a local root crop wherein the Ube Festival celebrated by the locals every year, is exactly inspired from. The province’s power and forte immensely traces to the Tourism Industry being recently praised by Joseph Ace Durano, Secretary at the Department of Tourism (DOT) of the Philippines by this statement: “Even at a time when eco-tourism was not crafted yet, the Boholanos were able to define it.”

How to get to Bohol

Bohol Island is accessible by air and sea travel. In Tagbilaran City Airport, flights from Manila are available daily, thanks to Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific Airlines. If you are from other provinces, like Cebu, you can take fastcrafts, like Weesam Express, Ocean Jet and Super Cat, which travels to and from the province on several trips daily. Slow craft, ROROs and ferries are available also in the ports of Tagbilaran City, Tubigon, Jagna and Ubay. You can trasport your vehicles also using the barge bound for Loon, Clarin or Tubigon.

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