1. Bohol: Day Trip To Chocolate Hills and Loboc with Lunch
Take a full-day trip to see what Bohol Island has to offer. Head to the Chocolate Hills, the historic Sandugo monument, and the Baclayon Church. Enjoy lunch onboard a cruise of the Loboc River before heading to the Tarsier Conservation Area to visit with the smallest primates in the world. Meet a Tagbilaran Port, the capital of Bohol Island, to embark on your full-day tour. First, explore the Sandugo monument, dedicated to the famous blood pact between the Spanish and locals in 1565. Then, continue to the declared National Treasure of the Philippines, the Baclayon church. Climb aboard a cruise along the calm waters of the Loboc River and enjoy a local lunch while taking in views of the jungle along the banks. Head to the Tarsier Conservation Area and spend some time with the world's smallest primates. Grab your binoculars and see how many you can spot. Finally, stop at the famous Chocolate Hills. These 1,268 rounded hills turn brown in the summer, giving the appearance of mounds of chocolate. Take photos as you please before returning to the port.