* The Blood Compact Site
View the spot where the Spaniards and the Filipinos fostered friendly relations through blood. This is considered as the 1st Seed of the United Nations and 1st Treaty of Friendship between the brown and the white race.
*The Python Sanctuary
Meet a Python named Prony, A 25-foot python the world’s largest, lives in Upper Santa Fe, Alburquerque, Bohol.
* Baclayon Church
Thi stone church along with it’s religiuos relics date back to the early 16th century inside the museum. It is considered as one of the oldest stoned church in the Philippines .
* Loay Local Industry
Observe the local craftsmen as they made bolos and other metal crafts. Witness also as the men and women made the Nipa leaves into a roofing materials.
* Loboc Floating Restaraunt
Cruise down Loboc River while buffet dining on a floating restaurant. Emerald green because of the algae, Loboc River is 12 meters wide and 4 meters deep. You don’t cruise down the whole river, but the ride is around 40 minutes. At the turning point, you’ll find three mini waterfalls and a band of musicians on a floating raft playing folk tunes for the tourists.
* Tarsier Monkeys
See the smallest monkey in the world along the Loboc River .
* The Hanging Bridge
Across the upper part of the Loboc River in Bohol is a hanging bamboo bridge that is a major tourist attraction.This bridge hangs approximately 20 meters above the Loboc River and sways back and forth as you walk across.
* Man Made Forest
An awesome display of thousands Mahogany Tree painstakingly planted by the local people Chocolate Hills (Carmen) – Feast your eyes on the breathtaking work of nature, one thousand two hundred sixty eight (1,268) haycock hills which turn brown during dry season. This is been considered as one of the wonders of the world.
* The Butterfly Farm
The Butterfly Conservation Center has both a Butterfly garden and a Butterfly enclosure. The garden is in an open landscape with flower garden that attracts butterfly to feed on them. The place is visited by different species of local butterflies naturally. There are seats, pagoda and a hammock where one can relax under the shade and watch the butterflies flutter by.
* The Chocolate Hills
The Chocolate Hills is a rolling terrain of haycock hills – mounds of general shape which are conical and almost symmetrical. Estimated to be at least 1,268 individual mounds to about 1,776, these cone-shaped or dome-shaped hills are actually made of grass-covered limestone. The domes vary in sizes from 30 to 50 metres (98 to 160 ft) high with the largest being 120 metres (390 ft) in height. They are scattered throughout the towns of Carmen, Batuan and Sagbayan in Bohol. Bohol’s “main attraction”, these unique mound-shaped hills are scattered by the hundreds on the island’s central plain, concentrated near the town of Carmen.
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