General informative articles about Bohol, that introduce you to the wonderful island province and its people.
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|Bohol is a favourite bird-watcher's destination in the Philippines. Famous of course is Olango Island, between Mactan Island and Bohol, and part of the province of Cebu, but also Bohol itself has much to offer in the shape of the Rajah Sikatuna National Park. Read more...|
|17-04-2002||Be A Coral Friendly Diver!||34|
|Coral friendly divers go out of their way to help protect and preserve the coral reefs they visit. They pro-actively support marine protected areas and would never intentionally harm a reef or its inhabitants. Here are some of the ways Coral Friendly Divers support protected areas. Read more...|
|16-04-2002||Bohol's Coral Reefs||1042|
|Bohol is surrounded by a large number of coral reefs, which are very rich in life, and a delight to observe, and a prime tourist attraction. Although for many of the reefs, you will need a boat to get there, and scuba equipment to see them, some of them are also easily accessible for snorkelers, and at swimming distance from the beach. Read more...|
|12-04-2002||Doing Bussiness in Bohol||6701|
|Bohol is actively promoting investments from both foreign and domestic investors. The following information was provided by the Bohol Investment Promotion Center (BIPC), to give potential investors an overview of the oportunities and possibilities Bohol has to offer. Read more...|
|31-03-2002||The Chocolate Hills||13161|
|The Chocolate Hills are probably Bohol's most famous tourist attraction. Most people who first see pictures of this landscape can hardly believe that these hills are not man-made. However, up to this day, even geologists can not explain how they where formed. Read more...|
|26-03-2002||Geography of Bohol||5202|
|Bohol is the tenth largest island of the Philippines, and lies in the middle of the Visayas. Bohol is surrounded by other islands on all sides. Cebu to the West, Mindanao to the South, Leyte to the east, and the small Camotes Islands to the North. Read more...|
|24-03-2002||Travelling to the Philippines||38|
|An overview of how to get to the Philippines from North America, Europe, and various places in Asia. Read more...|
|Nudibranches, or sea slugs, are not very well known except by divers, who really value them for their often extravagant colors. Read more...|
|06-06-2001||Coral Reef Fishes||911|
|Corals are a true treasure-chest of colorful tropical fish. When snorkling or diving, you will be overwhelmed by the sheer numbers and varieties you will encouter, but what types are you actually seeing? Read more...|
|Alona Beach, on the south-west of Panglao island, is a beautiful, well developed one and a half kilometer stretch of white sand. Read more...|
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