Bohol has long been known, foremost, for one of nature’s most wondrous creations, the Chocolate Hills which can be found in the mainland. While this remains to give identity to Bohol, the island holds even greater wonders for the adventurous soul– for Bohol’s hidden charm lies in its forests that hold a breath of stillness, and pristine sand beaches with a bevy of sea creatures prevailing in the world underneath.
Getting to and around Bohol
From Manila airport (NAIA Terminal 4), airlines such as AirAsia Philippines, Cebu Pacific, and Philippine Airlines offer flights to Bohol (Panglao International Airport).
Tricycles, taxis, vans, and buses are the common modes of transportation around Bohol. Tricycles around Panglao Island cost P100 to P200 per ride (max. 4 persons). Tricycles with 4-digit plates go from Panglao to Tagbilaran City (vice versa) for P300.
For trips between Panglao and Tagbilaran, van rides cost P38/person, while bus trips cost P30/person.