Bohol what can I say about this amazing little Island. I had no expectations during the ferry journey from Oslob to Bohol mostly because I had never even heard of the island. After five wondrous days of adventure across Bohol it quickly became one of my favorite spots in the Philippines. Hopefully these Bohol photos will gave you a serious case of wanderlust. The cure can be found in the caves and waterfalls that are scattered throughout the island.
BOHOL PHOTO GALLERY
The best way to see everything on Bohol is to rent a moped for a few dollars a day and explore at your own will.
Chocolate Hills is at the top of the list for most tourists visiting Bohol. However it was the journey to the brown mounds that captured my imagination.
Head to Chocolate hills for a sunset or sunrise to enjoy the hills in all their glory.
I made a quick stop on the way to Chocolate Hills at Hinagdanan Cave, which turned out to be a remarkable underground swimming hole.
Now it was time to go waterfall hunting on Bohol and with the help of a local friend we spent the day in our own private, natural adventure park.
Twin Falls is a popular waterfall with good reason. Two stunning falls combine to create a magical jungle amphitheater.
A day isn’t complete without a sunset on Bohol and you really cannot go wrong at any beach, but this little wharf was a great scene to take in the soft tones of the sky. Fishermen rested in their boats listening to reggae music to finish off another day in the life of a Bohol islander.