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Mactan

Mactan

4.2/550 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Chocolate Hills

Chocolate Hills

4.3/5410 Reviews
Mountain
Sun - Sat 8:00 AM - 11:30 PM (Local time)
Located in the middle of Bohol Island, Chocolate Hills is an iconic natural wonder on the island where the film Harry Potter was filmed. Chocolate Hills are made up of thousands of hills with similar shape and varying heights. The lawns on the hills will turn brown in dry seasons, looking like a piece of chocolate from afar. Chocolate Hills is green during other seasons. You can take a motorcycle or walk up the mountain, on top of which a viewing platform provides a good point to enjoy the view.
Caohagan Island

Caohagan Island

4.4/569 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Open all day (Local time)
The scenery of Shiseido Island is pristine and natural, with clear water and plenty of sunshine. Every season, visitors who are eager to see the sun and the sea will come from all over the world. Compared with the modern and well-equipped Bohol Island, Shiseido Island is a birthplace of peach blossoms. The local folk style is simple and hospitable. At night, the islanders are surrounded by a guitar and some local instruments, singing and dancing.
Bohol Island

Bohol Island

4.5/5267 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Snorkeling/Diving
Open all day (Local time)
Bohol Island is one of the Philippines' famous diving spots with clean, crystal waters and many undersea creatures. Visitors to Bohol can also watch the dolphins by booking an early-morning boat ride. The Chocolate Hills of Bohol are one of the island's famous attractions. They were one of the background scenes the "Harry Potter" film franchise. During the dry season, the several small hills looks like mounds of chocolate candy. Bohol Island has tarsier monkeys with big eyes and a very long tail.
Nalusuan Island

Nalusuan Island

4.3/510 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Olango Island Wildlife Sanctuary

Olango Island Wildlife Sanctuary

4.8/56 Reviews
Nature Reserve
Olango Island

Olango Island

4.3/510 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Nature Reserve
Alona Beach

Alona Beach

4.5/5265 Reviews
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
Alona Beach is a white sand beach on a small island in the southwest corner of Bohol. The beach is formed by a deserted coral reef and it is very cool to set foot on. There are no noisy air paragliders, jet skis and other sea recreations. All you can do is dive and rest. Along the beach is a restaurant, dive shop, restaurant, and tourists from all over the world.
Panglao Island

Panglao Island

4.5/585 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Seashore
Open all day (Local time)
Panglao Island is the island of the Philippines, located in the Mint Sea and part of the Visayas Islands. Panglao Island is a very famous diving island connected to a bridge in Bohol. There are resorts, budget hotels, restaurants, etc., but they are not so commercial. The famous Alona Beach is a tourist attraction on the island.
Loboc River

Loboc River

4.3/5144 Reviews
River
11:30-15:00 (Local time)
The Lobo's River is quietly flowing on Bohol Island. The dense vegetation on both sides covers the depths of the forest on the shore. It is a habitat for various mysterious animals. With such primitive tropical scenery one can not help but think of the Amazon River, perhaps because of this it made it the title of "Oriental Amazon River." The river rafting has been recognized as a great way to experience the style of the Lobo's River. While admiring the scenery of the tropical rain forest, we can also see the characteristics of residential houses on both sides of the Strait.
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