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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.

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Tuesday, 4 February 2020 22:57:49 PHT
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Blue Freedom Apnea wrote:
Monday, 6 January 2020 12:18:23 PHT
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Francis wrote:
Friday, 26 February 2016 17:31:20 PHT
We have a good location where you can build your home. It is 12 minutes drive going to Alona Beach. The property is along the highway subdivision. We have now few lots left so you have to take advantage now to reserve one for you. Thanks.
Jaime wrote:
Thursday, 17 October 2013 17:16:57 PHT
Hi, we are celebrating our honeymoon and new year at Bohol... I just want to ask, How many many hours if we travel from Panglao Island to Chocolate Hills? And what are the cheapest place that we can stay for a night near chocolate hills..
Joseph Ong wrote:
Sunday, 30 September 2012 17:15:43 PHT
I would love to know more about your resort e.g. 1)Does AirAsia fly to Bohol? 2) Which hotel would u recommend? 3) What does Bohol resort has to offer?
Megs wrote:
Friday, 20 January 2012 12:35:44 PHT
I just trying to registered here in you web site becaus i want to search my relatives in bohol... i hope this could really a big help for me. Im seacrching the name of the brother of my mother named Mr. Manuel Cerna Fernandez, in not sure where he lives in bohol,but i guess near or in catigbian bohol... thank you very much. i think im out of this topic... sorry for interrupting...
Loren wrote:
Tuesday, 13 December 2011 13:37:56 PHT
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Joy Alberto18 wrote:
Sunday, 25 September 2011 11:53:22 PHT
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G wrote:
Thursday, 22 September 2011 05:22:04 PHT
Hi, just want to ask how far is your place from the beach? your place is really nice and im wishing that is beach front but from the pics that we are looking at right now i think its not so correct me if i am wrong. we really want to stay at your resort and at the same time enjoy the beach, hope to hear from you asap. thanks!
Jay-r wrote:
Tuesday, 30 August 2011 03:30:50 PHT
Hi.. I just want to know how much we will pay If we shall visit Bohol by renting a car or a van with the driver who can guide us all around the famous spots in Bohol and where to stay which is affordable..We are planning to go this weekend, sept.3.2011. along with my 4 friends and my girlfriend. Hope someone could assist me to the possible estimation of expenses that is affordable yet enjoyable.. pls help asap. pls email me at I will wait for it. Thanks.
Jessi wrote:
Thursday, 21 July 2011 09:05:52 PHT
Hello po mga taga Bohol, my family and I are planning a few days trip to Cebu and Bohol. 10 adults, 4 children, +1 infant. By mid/3rd week of November 2011. Bale pahingi nmn po rates nyo ng 1 day tour or 2 days tour plus itinerary kung saan po kmi pwede mamasyal and stay (if 2 days nga. ung tamang tamang halaga lng po- budget :D. maraming maraming salamat po! pa send nlng po ng emails sa
Ara wrote:
Monday, 25 April 2011 02:21:23 PHT
I want to visit Bohol for just only one day tour. maybe first week on JULY 2011. I know its a little bit late after a hot summer but i dont have no choice. I just got 1 month vacation from Sweden. we are 5-6 ppl and we also want to rent a car/ van. just email me at if you are willing to help. I really need tlga ng help kc ive never been in bohol before,.I promise ill pay u pero sa tamang halaga lng hah:))tell me how much? and our destination. plan q tlga makita ang chocolate hills, tarsier and other wonderful places in Bohol. salamat poh. :)GBU
jean de lapaliss wrote:
Wednesday, 16 March 2011 10:49:18 PHT
Your Comment Bohol est une ile magique qui envoute le voyageur le reveur aussi il le faut pour etre dans les normes , je ne peux rien ajouter de plus a tout ce qui est ecrit l' ile est un bijoux moi je veux simplementy vivre je chercvhe un apart a louer sur place dans Bohol si vous lisez ce message si vous repondez merci toujours plus fort le reve deviens realite ..................
Daisy Ladaga wrote:
Saturday, 18 September 2010 11:19:25 PHT
SALUT TOI'.......Bohol Paradise, slice of heaven, terrific, exotic, wonderful, beautiful & extra ordinary that's what can we defind the island of Bohol,and fortunately tourist & visitor's also saying Bohol is the pride of the Philippines.......... Boholan'ans are so very proud & grateful of what God the Father given us this gift'. If you are a kind of a person that want adventure, well i suggest BOHOL is the best! swimmming & diving in the beache's, hiking & camping in the mountain resort & praying & devoting to the old churche's and more. And want to be relaxed in the night, go to seashore and watch the moon and the skies above, you see the shooting star & make a wish and have faith, I'm sure it will be granted. If you experienced this kind of adventure, im sure you were wish to comeback'................
Naldix wrote:
Wednesday, 7 July 2010 15:27:06 PHT
EXTRAORDINARY BOHOL TREAT Be amazed with Bohol's beauty and wonder at a very affordable price. We offer Bohol Countryside tour with the lowest rate ever....Just send us your request of the tentative dates in this or you may contact us through this number 0920-2326955. Rates: CAR -------- Php 1,800.00 maximum of 4 pax VAN--------- Php 2,700.00 maximum of 12 pax Cars and Vans includes tourist drivers that will serve as tour guides... Be relaxed and enjoy the beauty of nature!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ciel wrote:
Saturday, 8 May 2010 13:15:14 PHT
The tenth largest island of the Philippines is also one of the most biodiverse places in the country. I love Bohol. We should be proud of what we have!
Yonie Bermoy Malig-on wrote:
Saturday, 1 May 2010 07:56:40 PHT
One thinks of Bohol and their thoughts will usually include an image of the Chocolate Hills and the Loboc River. Bohol is perhaps the number one tourist and business destination in the Philippines, where you find the beautiful white sandy beaches in Panglao Bohol, and some great restaurants and clubs in the famous resorts. A tour of Baclayon Church, the oldest stone Church in the Philippines and many more. Bohol is the home province of the past president of the Republic of the Philippines, the late Pres. Carlos P. Garcia from Talibon located in the interior part of Bohol. Folks, I came from Tagbilaran City, the capital City of Bohol, known to be the friendship City of the Philippines now residing in Hawaii for 23 years but I tried to go home every year because there is no place like Bohol. The people are very friendly and hospitable. The beautiful beaches in Panglao, the water and winds entice you to stay in this bountiful setting, with days spirited as you wish. Swim Surf, Shop, dine whatever you choose... and at days end, dine with friends beneath night sky. It's magnificent! Mabuhay Bohol my home sweet home!
Rach wrote:
Wednesday, 17 March 2010 15:19:19 PHT
Bohol...a slice of heaven. The waters in Alona beach is truly pristine, there were starfish even when the water is only knee- or waist-deep. There were different-colored fish, jellyfish and sea urchins in the waters near the shore. I even saw a spanish dancer (I think it's an invertebrate) really awesome! I could spend an entire day on the beach just lazing around, lying on the sand or just swimming...A walk along the beach is also nice especially at night when everything's black: the sand, the sea, except the star-filled sky...
Dondon P. Ladaga wrote:
Thursday, 25 February 2010 22:47:01 PHT
Paradise! That's what my homeland is! Visit this place and you will experience how it feels like to be in heaven. God didn't deprive us to live in His garden of Eden. We never lost it because Bohol was actually the garden of Eden. Lots of vegetations, green pature, trees and plants. Lots of animals, from the air, land and water.Rich in natural resources, gifts from God Almighty that I will always cherish. Thanks God!
karlet! wrote:
Wednesday, 23 December 2009 13:50:44 PHT
yeah bohol is really great...i really love the climate, especially the sunset in sanduguan sculpture, 'tis perfect...but i wish they could preserve (and maybe improve) the loboc river...c:
Nigel Wiles wrote:
Tuesday, 10 November 2009 02:44:46 PHT
We were there in October 2009 my wife is fillipino but she had never visited the island before, the whole place is fantastic the people are well friendly and polite, we hired a guide and car for the day, well worth the money 2500 peso and saw all the main tourist places, i recommend the river cruise and lunch 300 peso each and the chocolate hills WOW !! if you see just 1 thing there then go to the hills. Paradise found for me, i know where i will retire some day. Cheers Nigel.
vicky wrote:
Sunday, 8 November 2009 22:53:00 PHT
I've been to bohol about 2 years ago. It was only for a day tour. For a very short span of time, I was in love with the place. Maybe next year I'm planning to go back to bohol. It's a very relaxing place for me.
hazelyn wrote:
Wednesday, 30 September 2009 16:55:47 PHT
i've been to bohol just this september and i can say that the place was so fantastic..i love to visit bohol again and stay there for longer time...dont miss the beauty of bohol,visit and discover a wonderful paradise...
Rod Linsdell wrote:
Monday, 17 August 2009 09:47:30 PHT
I am most likely coming to Bohol in September. I am from Australia and I am hoping that it will be possibly to watch the Australian Rules Grand final as my team are a very good chance to make it. Can somebody please tell me I will or will not be able to view this when I am there?
Dodo Noel wrote:
Monday, 27 July 2009 17:08:09 PHT
I visited Bohol this July of 2009 and I was very happy to see the beautiful sceneries including the chocolate hills and having lunch at the Loboc floating Restaurant. I was together with my brother and sister but not my family. My wish is to go back there someday with my own family. My mother came from Panglao and my first visit was, when I was 5 years old. I stongly recommend to all, to visit this very nice place in the Philippines...Maayong Adlaw....
The Phil Guild Guide wrote:
Sunday, 7 June 2009 00:48:38 PHT
I have long wanted to visit the famous Chocolate Hills. Most of my friends have been to Bohol. I guess it's about time for me to do so.
Ray wrote:
Wednesday, 3 June 2009 20:08:44 PHT
I will be there this coming September for honeymoon...See yah!
Feri wrote:
Monday, 25 May 2009 18:23:38 PHT
Would like to know the travel time, cost and transporation to tagbilaran city to guindulman and ubay? Thanks
Marie Jose Watanabe wrote:
Sunday, 24 May 2009 21:07:13 PHT
I used to be a tourist GUIDE when i was in the Philippines long time ago, unfortunately ive never been there, but i promise to myself that ill gonna visit this place BOHOL this year during my vacation. See you there on August! Marie
April Joy wrote:
Tuesday, 12 May 2009 18:58:48 PHT
Bohol,the best place to be!This is my homeland.I live in Dauis. Come and visit "wow" Bohol and be in the best place around the globe where you can smell the fresh air and you will meet one of the nicest people in this world the BOHOLANO!love Bohol much..xoxoxo
Cornelia wrote:
Friday, 10 April 2009 19:12:29 PHT
Bohol is such a wonderful place...very relaxing and full of life. The beauty of nature is much appreciated by me. I fell in love with the place.
Cornelia wrote:
Friday, 10 April 2009 19:12:07 PHT
Bohol is such a wonderful place...very relaxing and full of life. The beauty of nature is much appreciated by me. I fell in love with the place.
Wee C. Tan wrote:
Tuesday, 7 April 2009 13:11:22 PHT
I am thinking about visiting Bohol during the Lobac Balibong Kingking Fiesta. Does anyone has any timetable of the festival? Can I do a day trip from Cebu to view the festival?
trisha wrote:
Thursday, 29 January 2009 19:19:12 PHT
- i love bohol very much... -i been there may times... -i like the way they accomodate visitors,,, -my mom was born at Inabanga Bohol,, -and the most unforgettable experienced i had when i vist the hometown of my mother is that... I found someone whom i thought would love me truly!! and at the day of my birthday May 13, i accepted him... but unfortunately, our relationship didn't work out because we engaged in a long distance relationship!!! how sad...!!!!!
karen wrote:
Monday, 5 January 2009 09:12:42 PHT
i should admit that bohol is one of the pride of the philippines well i'm proud to say that its my mother hometown and how i wish i could go back and visit the place again
Peter Thomas wrote:
Wednesday, 5 November 2008 03:23:13 PHT
I live in australia went to bohol last november found it to be a extremely clean relaxing place to be in Intend to return March next year spend a longer time on Bohol. A very special place within the world at large
Mau wrote:
Saturday, 4 October 2008 23:57:49 PHT
Lami gud ng Bohol.Way makalupig.
Cuv wrote:
Saturday, 27 September 2008 02:21:01 PHT
How far is Bohol beach club from the tagbilaran ferry terminal? Is Bohol beach club a private island? looking into staying there. heard it's nice for relaxation and they clean it all around.... any input helps. thx
mharies wrote:
Friday, 19 September 2008 17:07:51 PHT
Gosh, Ganda ng Bohol
Ador B. Flores wrote:
Tuesday, 16 September 2008 14:29:42 PHT
How i wish i could visit my mother's hometown... I've been there when i was in elementary. i love there seas,forest and the people. as i remember, you could feel the atmosphere of the environment...
Maria Juna wrote:
Thursday, 29 May 2008 05:10:48 PHT
Hi! I'm proud being BOHOL-anon! For all of you guys who are planning to visit Bohol, please keep in touch and I would be more happy to assist you. MJ - (+63) 929 660 3203 Thank you!
PyTer_f wrote:
Monday, 5 May 2008 13:43:05 PHT
Halu mga boholanon...ganahan ko mo visit sa bohol especially sa place sa carmen kay toa ang ang chocolate hills og sa panglao..lisod kaau kay wla pa ko ka familiar sa place,,naglibog ko unsa ako sakyan if,,naa ba barato nga ka stayhan nato dra?
Nita wrote:
Wednesday, 19 March 2008 13:23:14 PHT
Hello, kumusta tanan taga mga Bolanon! Sus gimingaw na gyud ko diha sa atoa. Dugay naku wala kakaon og kinilaw, bbq chicken wings, feet, atay og uban pa. Nita's Random Thoughts
Spencer wrote:
Saturday, 8 December 2007 20:33:23 PHT
Bohol is one of the most wonderful places in the Philippines. One will be amazed with its beauty that no other places could offer.The nature explains how blessed the Boholanos are. Come! Visit Bohol and you will have the most unforgetable experience yin your life. Check out our Website: Call or text Spencer: +639285484881
Randy wrote:
Sunday, 25 November 2007 14:52:01 PHT
Actually anyone complaining about the trycicles is missing the entire point, this is a part of the Philippine culture, its not an eye sore its a thing of beauty as well as a very necessary part of the economy, I for one was thankful to have tricycles available anytime I needed to get some where, I appreciate the culture, I appreciate the need for them, I appreciate the economic relief it gives thousands of people. This goes for the jeepneys as well. My favorite place to stay is the Flower Garden Resort, on Panglao near Alona beach, just a stones throw walk. As far as the beach being dirty, it was all the stray dogs that I thought needed attention. Love Bohol and wish I can get there every year...
Spencer wrote:
Friday, 2 November 2007 07:53:55 PHT
Bohol is one of the most wonderful places in the Philippines. One will be amazed with its beauty that no other places could offer.The nature explains how blessed the Boholanos are. Come! Visit Bohol and you will have to consider the unforgetable experiences you'll ever have. Check out our Website: Call or text Spencer: +639285484881
Richard Stone wrote:
Tuesday, 2 October 2007 20:04:06 PHT
Waste management? Algae? Tricycles? Every time I go to Bohol and Panglao Island I am impressed by the beauty of the places and the kindness of the people. And tricycles are a fact of life in places like Bohol and Panglao, as well as in Cebu, and tricycles are probably quite efficient in moving people, although in the leisurely fashion of such places. I have never noticed green algae or trash on the beaches of Panglao. In terms of having the city take tricycles off the roads... How much do you think the people who drive such things actually make each day? They have trouble supporting their families. They have to make calculations about how much maintenance to do compared with the money they make, and so on. The tricycle drivers are not there as tourist attractions, they are real people trying to provide a needed service, and get by, in difficult circumstances. If you are looking for a manufactured and prettified reality perhaps a trip to the Maldives or Disneyland is in order. I like Bohol.

The front-side of the beach is kept clean, but when you take the trouble of walking behind some of the resort, or look behind some walls, you can see the trouble with waste management.

In the Philippines, you will often see the richer people being completely unaware of the troubles of the poor. Living in comfort in their compounds or apartments in the cities, being driven around by private drivers, who bring you door-to-door, it is fairly easy to ignore the realities of life for the majority of the Filipino's, and wish them away as eye-sores and nuisances. Forgetting that they are people, no less than themselves, with lives to lives, and hopes and dreams. I know that most of those drivers earn a fairly little, once the cost of fuel and rent of the tricycle is deducted.--Jeroen

Drol wrote:
Saturday, 15 September 2007 23:40:59 PHT
I've seen quite a number of Panglao beaches pictures, most of them are very inviting. One thing I noticed though is that in most of them I see green algae washed ashore that are seemed ignored by resorts operators. For me these debris can sag tourists' interests and excitement upon arrival. I just hope that either or both the local government of Bohol and the resorts managements would find a good way of cleaning up the shores. Also, since Bohol is gaining more and more fame when it comes to tourism, it would be a big PLUS if the local government would focus on improving the waste management both in the city and throughout the province. Solving this would help boost the tourism program. I think one good way of improving it is to provide garbage trucks to collect garbage every day/night in the entire city and provide proper disposal bins situated in crowded areas of the city, and that establishment owners should make it a habit of properly disposing their daily garbage everyday into these garbage trucks instead of dumping them right along the sidewalks... and that these should be strictly performed. Access roads are now very impressive, which give ease of travel and save time. Tricycles though can strain some of the tourists' view of the city... Now I'm not saying they should be abolished... Perhaps the local government should encourage the tricycle operators to make their vehicles in line with the tourism program since this kind of public transport is much more available than multicabs and taxis. Facades of the establishments especially along the main roads are a major turn-down. Their dull colors and lack of maintenance make the city boring and not-quite-worth-a-stroll. Well, it's really the establishment owners' discretion to either help the province's tourism industry, which is now rising, soar even higher or they simply remain nonchalant.

I agree with you that waste management is an issue that needs to be taken seriously. Too easily, people throw non-decomposable waste in places where it does not belong, and waste collection is often limited, although a few garbage collection trucks are in operation in Panglao for several years already. I have less trouble with the 'algae' you mention (which I think are typically sea-weeds or sea-grasses) that wash ashore. Just like coconuts and shells washed ashore, they are natural, and the trade-mark of a truly unspoiled beach. Of course, on the beaches frequented by visitors, they may be removed.

I have no trouble with the tricycles, and for many tourist they add to the 'colour locale'. They are a practical and relatively cheap mode of transport. I do have a problem with some of them, that use the wrong type of fuel or have insufficient maintenance on the engine, and thus cause a lot of air-pollution. These should be removed from the roads.--Jeroen.

Gads wrote:
Friday, 14 September 2007 07:16:56 PHT
Bohol is one of the most beautiful place in the world. Climate is nice to feel , Boholanos are hospitable. More I can say , if you are planning to find a good place just visit Bohol. Relax, enjoy and experience.
Francilito R. Tabigue wrote:
Thursday, 16 August 2007 08:09:46 PHT
Its terrific place especially when it comes to Bohol beach club...but the most impresive thing is that people in Bohol are so hospitable.. soon im coming home nah...I miss Bohol so much..
Russ & Dette wrote:
Saturday, 11 August 2007 21:05:30 PHT
NEWLY OPENED PENSION HOUSE IN CALAPE BOHOL. We have just completed four native cottages that are very nice and have air conditioned, TV and is close to Calape market. We are waterfront and have a boat available for excursions to neighboring islands and beaches. Another plus is on-sight Internet access. Discos & live band every Saturday night for those guest that enjoy nightlife. All this in a location that is peaceful yet just a stone's throw from the provincial highway. If you're visiting Calape, give us a chance and you won't be disappointed. Contact us at our email addresses: Or you can text or call us at our no. Phone: (011)-(63)-(38)-507-9210 Cell: (011)-(63)-9262115906
Eli Bitancor wrote:
Wednesday, 6 June 2007 10:04:36 PHT
Now that barrio fiestas all over the Island of Bohol are almost over, the bloodsheds happening in every barangays are also gradually ebbing down to negligible degrees. For vacationers who are still lingering their stay with their closest of families in Bohol now experienced sadness upon seeing small chicks tweeting from time to time looking for their mother. "Asa naman ang ahong nanay?". The battle is almost over but the bloodshed almost painted red the rivers flowing down the beautiful coastal scenery of the island. The conquestadores (bakasyonistas) shouted heavens in frolic with their loved ones in their new embrace. 'Lami gjaud kaaju ang magbaksyon, bitaw!'

And here are the victims of 'vactionation', the pigs, cattles, kabaw, kanding, chickens, and anything meaty and consumable. Hasta kabog ug kwaknit ihawon pod! Looy kaaju ang mga piso, wa nay nanay! Balik na pod ta sa sunod tuig. Usob na sab tag tigomtigom ginagmay para pohon sa sunod pista. Kayod mga Bol-anon!

Reage wrote:
Sunday, 20 May 2007 03:00:40 PHT
Wa jud ko masulti sa Bohol!!!! Mao ni paraiso para sa aho!!!! dugay2x na jud ko wa kauli sa yutang gitawhan sa akong ginikanan!!!! Bohol!!!! babalikan kita!!!!! mag antay ka lng!!!! hehehehehe!!! sa tanan nga bol-anon!!! i add ko sa friendster!!!! ahiihihihihihi!!! ayo2x mga bol-anon!!!!
Jay T. Attebery wrote:
Friday, 4 May 2007 12:26:43 PHT
I look forward to Pastor Reneboy coming to Talibon, to start of new church ministry. He has been lead to be a pioneer in your area, and I will be looking forward to visiting him this summer with some new books, and needed items for his personal use. I look forward to seeing the town, and with my family to visit the area while we are there.
Belle_cdo18 wrote:
Friday, 4 May 2007 11:20:46 PHT
I was born in Bohol. The last time i went there is when I was in Elementary. Hope I could go back in Bohol and have a reunion in Sagbayan with my family. Thanks to Bohol Website.....Bohol is a paradise........
Aiko wrote:
Tuesday, 1 May 2007 03:57:01 PHT
Those who want to go to Bohol, it's the best way to come there on summer time from April to June. You will experience how hospitable the Bol-anons are. Not only that, but you will see the beautiful places in my province. I never heard anyone who visited Bohol that would say that Bohol is not a good place to go. But they love to come back. Siguro something is in Bohol that draws the people back. So kita nga mga Bol anons, let's play our part to conserve our province,not only for the visitors and foreigners but for the next generations so that they can feel how blessed they are, just like what we Boholanos feel today. Kudos to the people who are working on conserving Bohol and pity to those Bol anons who don't care.
Aiko wrote:
Tuesday, 1 May 2007 03:46:07 PHT
Halu sa mga Bol anon ilabi na sa taga Albur. Bibo na karon ang tagbilaran sa pista. Siguro daghan na mga hubog karon. hehehhe.... Unja hapit na pud pista sa Albur. Mga tawo karon nagkapuliki na ug bitay sa mga kurtina, varnish sa mga lingkuran, bitay ug mga bantings ug uban pa. Ang kinalamian ug gikahinaman naho ang bas-oy ug sinugbang baboy labi na inig human ug ihaw. Unja sa pista ang lechon, dinuguan, humba ug ang mga desserts. Unja inig human sa pista pud, ang lauja ug sitsaron (chicharon baboy). Lami unta ilubad ug ilangoy aron ra man makapamista gikan mayo 1 hangtud na sa kapatusan kay daghan pista sa Bohol. Pero daghan mga babag. Pohon.... kaloy an sa Ginoo ug sa pangabag ni Sta. Monica, basin makapamista.
Cindy wrote:
Thursday, 19 April 2007 14:56:43 PHT
I've been to bohol for the first time with 9 of my friends last holy week and we had so much fun travelling around. It is a blessed place with friendly and loving people. I will definitely come back!
Sandz... wrote:
Saturday, 7 April 2007 23:21:49 PHT
I'll be there soon... hope i could enjoy all the scenic views this island can offer...
Bob wrote:
Thursday, 5 April 2007 04:30:27 PHT
Last time I went to Bohol, I brought along my 11translator from I am glad I did because I couldnt speak to the tourguide without it. It really made my trip worthwhile! Thanks Bohol and Thanks 11Translator
Rozel wrote:
Friday, 30 March 2007 01:09:37 PHT
Hello people at Bohol! You must be proud of your place. It is God's peculiar workmanship indeed. I am deeply touch with it's beauty. I feel like going home and visit your God's given natures. We miss you all. From: Norway
Myrna Dapar wrote:
Monday, 19 February 2007 15:15:37 PHT
I love Bohol very much it's where i was born. I long to come home to a very beautiful place like Bohol!
Frank Leyva wrote:
Thursday, 23 November 2006 06:01:28 PHT
Gaus, Bohol is the best place on earth! As I was married near by in Potogo. My new family is great... I wish I didn't have to leave. As work called. I will be back. Love to all my Family in Gaus!
Jomiely wrote:
Sunday, 23 July 2006 19:52:51 PHT
Bohol is really one of kind.. its a nice vacation spot.. it is where you can release stress.. it is also a nice spot for family bonding....
Zean wrote:
Monday, 19 June 2006 12:12:20 PHT
Hi Bohol, inag vacation naku, sa Bohol gyod ko direct, I have plan to visit in Eden nature park, but first, in Bohol Catigbian Magic Nature park, feel ko, very exciting place, friends of me said is the one wonderful place in Bohol, is called Catig bian magic park, unsa kaha ang magic didto no?
Zean wrote:
Monday, 19 June 2006 12:04:51 PHT
Hi, to all Boholano, miss ko kayong lahat, gusto kong bomalik dyan, Oh! may balita akong may wonderful place the Catigbian magic nature resort, may nakita akong picture, maganda, Oh! bakit kaya tinawag nang magic, pag uwi ko puntahan ko iyong lugar na tinawag magic green nature park, parang exciting place, isama ko iyong mga friends ko, i realy Bohol,
randy wrote:
Tuesday, 13 June 2006 12:47:23 PHT
ey! il be visiting bohol for the first time,,hehhee, shame on me..i just would like to suggest to give a specific map of the spots found in Bohol, so I could see it now before ill go there,and atleast ill be acquainted of the place, thnaks.More Power!
Christian wrote:
Saturday, 27 May 2006 02:59:18 PHT
Bohol is a wondeful place. Been there in January 2006 on Paglao island - Beautiful - People are so friendly, Life is good & magnificent beaches !!!
Ben wrote:
Friday, 26 May 2006 18:13:29 PHT
Bohol is one of the most beautiful countries I've never seen. in French c'est le paradis sur terre et les locaux sont si merveilleux...
Adelle wrote:
Tuesday, 23 May 2006 09:53:54 PHT
Grabe, sobrang ganda sa BOHOL!I'll send yung mga pictures namin dun. It's my first time sa BOHOL at gusto ko uling bumalik, promise. Bitin ako sa 3 days & 2 nights na nagstay dun. Hi to Rsita sa Tierra Azul kung san kami ngstay....Of course si LUVC pa rin ang kasama ko......
Debbie wrote:
Sunday, 14 May 2006 19:54:33 PHT
Hello try to call me if u need a tourist guide cheap rate as guide some people this is my number +639064823340....thanks and good have a good trip
Anne wrote:
Wednesday, 19 April 2006 16:01:16 PHT
It think it would be much helpful if you'll include the time needed to travel from one tourist spot to another.
Marygrace S. Señerez of Tacurong City wrote:
Saturday, 25 March 2006 10:20:16 PHT
Bohol is really an exotic place. It has superb nature's beauty that entice everyone to come so as to experience its ecstatic atmosphere... Oh, Bohol! How I long to submerge in your beautiful beaches, gasp the cool breeze, and fill my vision and psyche with your breathtaking sceneries... Ahhh, one of these days, I will set foot on to your surface.
Rommelle T. Tribiana wrote:
Saturday, 25 March 2006 10:00:19 PHT
You are very blessed Boholanos for having such a panoramic beauty of nature! Hence, you must preserve and protect such wonderful gift from up above. With that exquisite place you're living in, that's a manifestation of God's wondrous love to all of you. Kitakits tayo diyan some of these days... Mabuhay Bohol!
Adelle wrote:
Friday, 17 March 2006 17:40:15 PHT
Grabe, sobrang ganda sa BOHOL!I'll send yung mga pictures namin dun.It's my first time sa BOHOL at gusto ko uling bumalik, promise. Bitin ako sa 3days & 2 nights na nagstay dun. Hi to Rsita sa Tierra Azul kung san kami ngstay....Of course si LUVC pa rin ang kasama ko......
Joy of China wrote:
Saturday, 18 February 2006 19:32:00 PHT
I was born in Bohol and had been to all the beautiful spots there before I moved to China. They are truly amazing! Boholanos should be very proud of for being blessed with a very beautiful and impressive nature. When I was trvelling Bohol, I was completely enthralled by its natural beauty. That's why lots of foreigners visited Bohol. May all the Boholanos help preserve our nature. God bless!
Dr. Wipki wrote:
Wednesday, 8 February 2006 16:50:52 PHT
I have been to Bohol 20 years ago. A beautiful island and the Chocolate Hills are really impressive. I remember one of the best sunsets in my life.
Case wrote:
Thursday, 1 December 2005 13:58:52 PHT
I've never been to Bohol... but if I'll be given a chance to go there, I would definetely go there.. its a beautiful place that must be treasure here in Philippines. We should do our best to preserve its beauty.
Paterna Hollmén wrote:
Friday, 25 November 2005 03:09:43 PHT
Hello! Kumusta kamong tanan mga taga Bohol. gimingaw na kaayo ko diha sa atong lugar. Nindot man diay ang Bohol daghan ug mga lugar nga talan-awon ug gusto nakong makita puhon inig uli nako. Kumusta na sila Danny Bantugan (congressman) and his family. Kumusta ang taga Jetafe. Goodluck Bohol and may God bless this beautiful place. Dugangi ug mga pictures sa daily life sa mga tao.
Dhyan Bahadur Chhangchha Rai wrote:
Friday, 7 October 2005 18:13:58 PHT
Hello.. This is Dhyan Bahadur Rai(DB chhangchha Rai) from Nepal. As a profession, I am freelance journalist. I had visited different countries like Iraq, UAE, India, Afghanistan and china too. I almost wrote story based on natural beauty. Today, I got different things. Bohol!!! its really great natural resources, i can't beleave it. I am cooming Bohol in October last week. I want to write one of the best book there. it is my planning. but god is my guide. if I get the chance to come there, I will certainly come there. gooddays!! Bye
Allan Arcamo wrote:
Tuesday, 20 September 2005 17:10:50 PHT
Nindot gid ang Bohol daghan gid ug talaawon, sorroy mos Bohol you will experiences and all time family excitement and a wonderful vacation..........
Alexis Nicer wrote:
Monday, 12 September 2005 20:57:08 PHT
Its great! I'll be visiting Bohol tomorrow and always
Luc wrote:
Saturday, 10 September 2005 16:44:19 PHT
I have never been in the Philippines but the pictures I have seen of Chocolate Hills are amazing. I wonder how they were formed. Can somebody explain this geological phenomenon? thanks.
Sagitarian wrote:
Friday, 29 July 2005 21:31:18 PHT
Hallo sa taga Bohol kumusta ninjo tanan uuuyyyy!!!!!!!! gimingaw na gyod ko sa bohol, kumusta na kaha ang akong mga friends diha sa Bohol quality ang promo sa triumph si marlyn si mommy teofy sa textile ug si nang virgie sa ladies dept. kumusta naman mo uy. Nindot na gyod ang quality ron dili kay sa dept. lang ang nindot. Nindot sad suroyan ang sagbayan diha sa may mga chocolate hills noh!!!!!!!!! daghan naman diay ang kasuroyan sa bohol galing kay wala mi kaayo ka suroy tungod sa tym uy! sagdi lang sunod bisita namo, regards tanan taga bohol ha!!!!!! maayong adlaw ninjo tanan, sano ug sana
Fe Froehlinger wrote:
Wednesday, 27 July 2005 23:26:24 PHT
Maajong adlaw sa taga bohol labi na gyod sa akong mga parents ug sist ug brod yap nindot gyod ang bohol kay peaceful ug friendly ang mga tawo noh.........hope nga magpadayon ang ka peaceful sa bohol. so i love bohol......... regards nalang tanan sa atong lungsod
kristie wrote:
Tuesday, 26 July 2005 10:50:00 PHT
Bohol is really a good spot for vacations and I agree that it's god's little paradise!
DJ wrote:
Saturday, 23 July 2005 21:50:08 PHT
Well Bohol is a great place for those people who want to take vacation. You can injoy different adventure going in different places of the province. People are good, they are friendly.. and i like most is the fiesta, you can injoy dancing in a live disco fiesta with the newest sound technology used in different baranggays.. people in bohol are jammer's!! Get High!!!! Yeah!! Make the wild music Dj!!
Geri wrote:
Sunday, 10 July 2005 21:20:24 PHT
I'm Ilongga but am currently based here in Australia... im going back to the Phil on dec. and Bohol is one of the place i want to visit. ive always been enchanted with it. and im so inlove with the place already, i cant wait to go there ahahahaha
Gwargz wrote:
Saturday, 25 June 2005 11:13:17 PHT
THE WEBMASTER. it took me today to browse your website from "hubon hangtud lapa-lapa" (head to toe). i've been dropping by this site for occasional browsing only whenever i feel so sad and wanting to return home to my place Loon, Bohol. today, i am so surprised that the webmaster is a foreigner! and your site speaks of your becoming a "true-blooded Boholano". do you love to be called one? with my authority as a true-blooded Bol-anon, i pronounce you as a true-blooded Bol-anon (Boholano). Congrats, my friend! i am so happy of this site eversince. no other bohol website that is so interesting and well, so informative of Bohol from where Nemo lives up to the heavens. i love that Nasa shots. so wonderful! now, i know why Bohol has been the King Seller of foreign tourists for the past years. Boracay is knee-deep compared to Bohol statistics showed. Tnx to your website. Maayong adlaw kanimo, Sano.
Wheng wrote:
Friday, 17 June 2005 11:39:03 PHT
I Love Bohol so much I am a boholana pero hindi ko pa napuntahan ang lahat ng nasa site na ito kaya nagpasalamat ako na mayroon to kasi ngayon ko palang nakita ang iba pang place sa lugar namin na hindi ko pa napuntahan... Maganda talaga... I love Bohol and i Love to live there also i dont want to leave Bohol...... Thnankssssss for those who make this site.....
Thursday, 28 April 2005 00:32:59 PHT
Hi! Call me Bud Maturgo. I am married to Jean Darunday from Tagbilaran City. She is currently invovled in assisting in the agricultural aspects of the farming in Bohol and vicinity. I will be going to Bohol in July and help with those who have computers with troubles in them. Perhaps you can let her know I contacted you by way of the internet. Maybe when you arrive give her a call. Hope your return to your town will be during the town fiesta. G. Bud Maturgo
Sheila Anne wrote:
Tuesday, 26 April 2005 16:58:32 PHT
I'm a Taclobanon (from Tacloban City) and have known Bohol for it's beautiful "Chocolate Hills", Floating restaurant, beaches and Tarsiers. Until I discovered this site I explore a lot of God's beautiful creations under the sea and on land. Some I have seen for the first time just on this site. Yes it's so refreshing and relaxing. Me and my fiance Gary have planned to have our honeymoon in Bohol after our church wedding. And I send him a lot of pictures on this site that can be sent as a postcards too, It's a very good idea. "Mabuhay! at maraming salamat" to all the staff of this site.
Tessie wrote:
Thursday, 31 March 2005 18:29:13 PHT
Hello!! Mabuhay"!Gruß Gott!! in German. Im Tessie :-) im originally Boholana from Ubay, since 10 yrs. in Germany.. Bohol!!!:-) is the sweettest part of the earth :-) Im really proud to be a Boholana!! Im so exited this coming augost to Visit again my Town.. since a long time ago!! Best Regards To ALL! :-) Tessie Sänger!! p.s Thanks to make this websites....
Col Griffiths wrote:
Tuesday, 22 February 2005 20:44:57 PHT
Visited Bohol 1998/9 for some time. Travelled right round the island - also Carmen (Chocolate Hills) and Tarsiers (aren't they quick?) Your Site refreshes my memories and relights the pleasure I had at the time, Thank you, Col
John wrote:
Tuesday, 15 February 2005 23:13:11 PHT
I'ts my first time to surf in your website....and cool ng pagkagawa even na hindi ko pa tlg na tignan ung iba pang mga pics....
Nickie Montuya wrote:
Saturday, 5 February 2005 08:45:59 PHT
This website is "awesome". I am away from my beloved province for almost 4 years now. I really missed Bohol and I'm looking forward to be back there this coming spring.
Gladys wrote:
Wednesday, 19 January 2005 00:53:44 PHT
What a great site, salud to the editors! I was born and raised in Bohol, I've beed away for three years now. After, visiting this website I think it's time for me to visit Bohol, God's little paradise.
Mick from London (age 15) wrote:
Tuesday, 4 January 2005 06:49:28 PHT
I'm originally from Lila, Bohol, and I've visited Bohol 3 times already. Its great to go there to c my relatives, and the landmarks aswell. Every time i go, it gets better n i will always luv it. Is it tru they r building a new airport in dauis, and did the spanish first land on Bohol?
JGG wrote:
Monday, 6 December 2004 23:25:04 PHT
Hello. My wife and I are going to Bohol in January with her family, all in Manila, and looking forward to it. Is it safe now? can we go travel all over, including inland? Any advice on favorite spots for views and food? Thanks

Yes, it is perfectly safe, and you'll probably have even less to worry inland than in the tourist frequented areas, as long as you don't go around flashing massive gold chains... My favourites are the coral reefs (and much can already be seen with a snorkel and goggles), the tarsier sanctuary, a trip with the whale and dolphin watching tour, and just strolling along one of the more deserted beaches.--Jeroen

Emie Avergonzado wrote:
Wednesday, 24 November 2004 15:34:26 PHT
This site truly helps on my reserach about my homeland which is Bohol. I'm so thankful that i can just web this topic thru browsing the internet..thank you because i'm proud to be a Bol-anon that is why i'm proud to present all the topics, information regarding the province of Bohol in our class. thank you so much.
Flora wrote:
Saturday, 30 October 2004 23:55:02 PHT
Bohol is very nice place, I hope every one will be together in protecting that no intruder can get in. I will be retiring pretty soon , and Bohol is the distination. My kids visited there once in a while , they said its really Gods little paradise God bliss everybody and see you soon there.
Annie wrote:
Saturday, 23 October 2004 20:51:44 PHT
I been away from Bohol for so long and my children never been there yet. I told them that Bohol is a very beautiful place. My children are really looking forward to visit Bohol and to stay longer there. Even though my children was born here in Canada but they always think that they are Bol-anon.
MA'anne Reyes wrote:
Friday, 10 September 2004 13:04:57 PHT
Actually I haven't been to Bohol! But I luv this place very if I'm livin' der. Wish I'll reach dis place soon....2 ol frenster dat r reading dis,add me as u'r!!!!!;o)
dexter regalado wrote:
Friday, 28 May 2004 02:02:50 PHT
my wife is from garcia hernandez we've actually met here in vancouver canada. originaly i'm from camarines sur bicol!!! i went to bohol last year t'was my first time and guess what??? i had a blast!!!! absolutely magnificent$$$$ place proud to say. ask me if i mis bohol!! r u crazy??? well excellent news$$$$$ i'm going back next month june 2004 tell u more stories when i get back!!!!!! thank u
Artemio Salan jr. wrote:
Friday, 12 September 2003 14:14:14 PHT
Hi maayong adlaw sa tanan. This site is very wonderful it has all the things you need about Bohol.
Virgilio M. Fuertes wrote:
Tuesday, 1 April 2003 14:11:59 PHT
After 36 years, I was back in Bohol, I was still in grade 4 then. When I came back I was part of a group assessing the eco-tourism development of Bohol. Bohol, really is beautiful, and I hope our local leaders would preserve it and go for its mission as an environment friendly community. I am now in Cagayan de Oro City but the origin of my parents is Panglao.
Juliefer Crencia wrote:
Sunday, 2 March 2003 18:16:20 PHT
Bohol is a very cute province and, all of the above a very peaceful place Bohol was only found a very small monkey she was call tarsier.
Jeff Groh wrote:
Tuesday, 11 February 2003 00:41:52 PHT
My wife is from Jagna and visiting your site makes me miss Bohol so much! Bohol is a very beautiful island with the nicest people in the world! Can't wait to visit there again.
Shalem Sugod wrote:
Thursday, 6 February 2003 11:49:44 PHT
it was nice, but the map of tagbilaran city was not applied, it was important to put the map of tagbilaran so that there would be no problem if there's someone who's going to visit at your place.please attach the map of tagbilaran city...
shayne auza wrote:
Tuesday, 4 February 2003 21:00:10 PHT
im so proud to say that this is really the work of the boholanos..we leave in this small yet beautiful island..
Cristina Gallo Ombina Misolas wrote:
Tuesday, 21 January 2003 04:12:19 PHT
Your website is absolutely fantastic. What I really love is I can email any e-postcard view of Bohol. Thank you and keep up the good work.
Enrique Frances wrote:
Saturday, 26 October 2002 07:04:45 PHT
Your article on "Geography of Bohol" is very good. I plead you evoid at my e-mail a calender of the feasts during the year 2003 in Bohol. Is possible? Thank you. I most makin a calender for girls philipines residents in Spain.
Paul wrote:
Tuesday, 1 October 2002 10:12:04 PHT
Very good! We are glad that there is a website that provides information about our province. Keep up the good work. God bless!
Amelita M. Maulion wrote:
Thursday, 8 August 2002 02:16:18 PHT
The site provided me information about your province that my son needed for his school project. I am looking forward to spend a vacation in your beautiful province.

You're welcome! -- Jeroen

Aggie wrote:
Wednesday, 24 July 2002 14:36:21 PHT
Very good site... Hardly find a locally available site on travel and tours on Philippines' provinces... Good work! Keep it up!
Gerard Piepenbrock wrote:
Thursday, 18 July 2002 00:27:49 PHT
Hoi Jeroen,

Een goed gedetailleerde website met mooie foto's en veel informatie. Niet ver van Bohol ligt Butuan City (Mindanao) Dus alweer een Hollander met een Filippijnse website ;-)

Rick Lane wrote:
Wednesday, 3 July 2002 21:57:18 PHT
The site brings back wonderful memories. I wish I could return to this beautiful country.
Mario Hachem wrote:
Tuesday, 2 July 2002 01:35:08 PHT
Beautiful website, very rich with information and pictures.
Koen van Heerde wrote:
Thursday, 25 April 2002 00:42:32 PHT
Fraaie website, Jeroen. Groet, Koen van Heerde (huisarts)

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