Bohol is considered as a prime tourist destination, attracting visitors from all over the world to its beautiful natural and cultural wonders. Among its famous tourist attractions are the world-famous Chocolate Hills — a motley collection of over a thousand dome-shaped hillocks; the endangered tarsiers — one of the world’s smallest primates; and the white-sand beaches of Panglao Island.
Aside from its natural beauty, Bohol is also home to various historical and cultural riches dating back to the Spanish colonial era. Limestone churches, museums and monuments such as the Blood Compact Shrine are all worth visiting.
Bohol is a favorite of vacationers and tourists, some of whom have stayed for good in the island paradise.
Hinagdanan cave is probably the most interesting place in Panglao Island. It’s a small grotto with beautiful rock formations. Stalactites and stalagmites surround a purest underground lake.