The Bellevue Resort Bohol Beach Escape
Visit the Chocolate Hills, a geological formation with thousands of hills spread over a 50 square kilometers area. Bohol is also the home of the world's smallest monkey, 'tarsier'. Plenty of fine-s...
Travel Dates: 26 February 2019 - 31 March 2019 (Subject to availability. Blackout dates may apply.)
Bohol's Scenic Route
From tarsiers to river cruises to church heritage tours, there's something for everybody in Bohol Vehicles en route to the famous Chocolate Hills pass by the Bilar Man Made forest consisting of mahogany trees on the border of Loboc and Bilar towns. It's a popular stop for tourists to take pictures in this scenic route.
Panglao Island is home to several beaches with Alona Beach being the most popular; a gorgeous 1.5km stretch lined with resorts offering the finest and most laid back accommodations. Uninhabited with a picturesque sandbar, the quaint Virgin Island is the perfect spot to soak up the sun away from the crowd. Divers should head to one of the best diving spots in the region: Balicasag Island. Wall dives can drop as much as 50 to 100 meters from the beach where colorful corals and other sea life await! (You might also just spot a dolphin nearby.)
Lastly, if all the sightseeing and adrenaline hasn't left you falling in love with its pristine beaches and smiling locals, then the cuddly tarsiers surely will! Bohol truly makes an unforgettable getaway.