Tuesday, September 24, 2013


Executive summary by darmansjah

The lush island province of Bohol offers independent travelers a wealth of options both on and off the beaten track. The island’s short-lived independence at the turn of the 19th-century resulted in today’s successors of the republic becoming fierce protectors of Bohol’s distinctive cultural heritage. Apart from Bohol’s central attractions of the Chocolate Hills and tarsier monkeys, it’s the jungle interior, rice terraces and offshore islands that captive travelers.

STAY The Peacock Garden is nestled on a hilltop with a great view of the sea. The European-styled resort lies on an expansive property featuring manicured gardens and an Olympic size infinity pool (from US$195).
How To Getting There Bohol’s main airport is the Tagbilaran Airport. From Manila, fly with Ariphil Express or Cebu Pacific. Mid-Sea Express flies twice weekly between Cebu and Bohol.

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