Enjoy Bohol in 3 days or less! Here are 5 things to pack in that itinerary.

From beaches, to rivers, to mountains - Bohol has got everything for you. So if you want to be able to do all of these things in three days or less, then you've got to start planning and packing.

You can choose to visit the Chocolate Hills in the morning of your first day. Then have lunch while cruising down Loboc River. Afterwards, spend the rest of the afternoon at the Alona Beach. Then during the second day, you can go early to visit the Tarsier Sanctuary, and then have lunch at Bohol Bee Farm and also explore the area. They have a farm and a great view of the ocean. Then the rest of the afternoon can be spent chilling at the beach. On your third day, you can go cross the hanging bridge. Aptly schedule this on the last day, you never know what might happen!

1. Indulge in chocolate...

The Chocolate Hills, Foursquare.com

The Chocolate Hills, Foursquare.com

...hills! Not your chocolate bars, but I'm talking about a bunch of hills that look like chocolate when they don't have lush greenery on top of them.

Name:
The Chocolate Hills
Address:
Chocolate Hills Service Rd, 6300 Carmen, Bohol, Philippines
HP:
Foursquare.com

2. Meet the tarsier

Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary, Foursquare.com

Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary, Foursquare.com

The tarsier, which is just as big as your hand, is one of the smallest primates. It can be found in several locations in the Philippines, including Bohol.

Name:
Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary
Address:
Corella, Bohol, Philippines
HP:
Foursquare.com

3. Cruise and eat while enjoying the scenic view

Loboc River Cruise, Foursquare.com

Loboc River Cruise, Foursquare.com

Loboc River Cruise, Foursquare.com

The Loboc River Cruise, priced at about $10/person, includes a cruise down the scenic river plus a set lunch, during day time. Night time rates vary, though.

Name:
Loboc River Cruise
Address:
Loboc River, Loboc, Bohol, Philippines
HP:
Foursquare.com

4. The best ice cream in town...

Bohol Bee Farm, Foursquare.com

Bohol Bee Farm, Foursquare.com

Bohol Bee Farm, Foursquare.com

Bohol Bee Farm, Foursquare.com

...can be found here! Their ice cream is homemade and are really unique. For example, they have Malunggay {Moringa}, Nipa Fruit, Durian and Spicy Ginger, and all of these can be found in their farm. So you know it's organic as well. Even the cones are made of Cassava. But aside from the ice cream, Bohol Bee Farm is an exquisite place to stay as well. They have their own private beach and they serve great vegan food.

Name:
Bohol Bee Farm
Address:
Panglao Island (Panglao), Dauis, Bohol, Philippines
HP:
Foursquare.com

5. Cross one of the most dangerous hanging bridges in the world

From Cnn

From Filipiknow.net

You'd probably think, "Why would I risk my life crossing it knowing it's really dangerous?" Well, why not? A lot of people has crossed and they're all still alive to tell their tales.

Name:
Loboc River
Address:
Carmen (Bohol Sea), Bohol Island, Philippines
HP:
Foursquare.com

Conclusion

Bohol might not be as popular as a destination as Boracay or Palawan, but I assure you that these places listed here are enough to make you want to go.

Author

Geninna
5 things I can't live without: coffee, books, my iPod, wifi, and my husband :D Born and raised in Manila, Philippines but I've lived in Qatar, Indonesia, and the UAE. I am currently living in Romania, and I have been on vacations to Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia and Vietnam :) And does a stop over in Bahrain and Germany count?