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|12-04-2020||Bohol Government measures to combat the threat of Pandemic COVID–19||45|
As measures to combat the threat of COVID 19 in the Province of Bohol. The entire Bohol Province is now under the community quarantine until April 12, 2020. It was originally planned starting 24:01 of 16 March until 23:59 of March 20, 2020 with the Executive order No. 8 but extended until April 12, 2020. Read more...
|26-10-2019||Domestic Flight Schedules||85|
|You can reach Bohol by air using a domestic flight from Manila, Davao(DVO), Cagayan de Oro (CGY), Clark (CRK) and few International flights. Read more...|
|30-11-2018||Fast Ferry Schedules||182|
|The most convenient way to get to Bohol from the neighboring islands is by fast ferry. Fast ferries offer a high speed passenger service, often using Singapore or Danish built catamaran type motorboats. These have a cruising speed of about 50 kilometers per hour. Read more...|
|18-10-2017||Where to Stay in Bohol, Philippines||155|
|Bohol has a large number of hotels, resorts, and other facilities for tourists. Most of these are concentrated in Tagbilaran and Panglao island, and more scattered around the island. To help you make your choice we have listed most hotels here, with some short personal comments. Read more...|
|27-04-2017||A Word about Safety||100|
|The Philippines sometimes receives negative press regarding the safety of foreigners. We believe this is not always deserved, and certainly does not apply to Bohol. In this article we will give some advice about the safety situation in the Philippines. Read more...|
|13-01-2017||Current Philippine Banknotes||687|
|The currency in the Philippines is the Philippine peso (or officially piso), divided into 100 centavos (officially centimo). Read more...|
|01-11-2016||Bohol, Philippines Tourist destination||30|
|Here are some suggested tourist destinations in Bohol that you can visit in a day and more. Read more...|
|23-05-2016||Regular Ferry Schedules||131|
|A large number of regular ferries connect Bohol with the other islands of the Philippines. They are the cheapest way to travel from island to island, and hence can be very crowded during high season (just before the Holy Week or Christmas). Read more...|
|24-06-2015||What to see and what to do in Bohol, Philippines||98|
|Bohol has a tremendous lot to offer, so much that many tourists have a hard time to select those most important things to see in their limited time. You can easily spend a week on the island, and just see the highlights. Read more...|
|17-12-2014||A Mystical tour to Lamanoc Point of Anda, Bohol||42|
|One of the hidden gems of Bohol, Philippines is the Anda peninsula, in the east of Bohol. Until a few years ago not often frequented by visitors, but this has now changed, and Anda likely to be the rising star in Bohol tourism in the coming years. Anda has much to offer to visitors. Read more...|
|A short overview of Philippine visa regulations relevant for tourists and other visitors. Read more...|
|17-10-2013||Bohol's Old Churches||169|
|Bohol has a number of very old churches, dating back to the early years of the Spanish colonization of the island. On October 15, 2013, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake destroyed or heavily damaged most of the historic churches of Bohol. Read more...|
|16-10-2013||Detailed (1:50000 scale) maps of Bohol||9|
|Detailed maps of Bohol scanned at 300 DPI, as produced by NAMRIA. Read more...|
|The Boholano is fond of riddles. Here we present a small collection of riddles, both in Cebuano and English. Read more...|
|11-08-2013||Resources for Learning Cebuano||21|
|Since Cebuano has no official status, it is not easy to find books that will help you learn Cebuano. In local bookshops, you'll sometimes find small phrase-books, but they are not very useful to learn the language. However, good resources are available. We've prepared on overview of Cebuano Learning resources on this site. Read more...|
|11-08-2013||The Boholano Language||112|
|On Bohol, most people speak Cebuano, or, to be more exact, the local dialect of Cebuano, called Boholano. Many people speak English, and almost all speak standard Cebuano as well as Tagalog. Read more...|
|Bohol is blessed with a large number of romantic, refreshing waterfalls. Most of them are hidden away, only known to the local people. They will patiently wait for you to discover them. Read more...|
|17-10-2011||Bohol, Philippines Island Hopping||78|
|Besides a traditional inland tour, you can also enjoy the beauty of the smaller outlying islands of Bohol. If you are planning to join in on a whale and dolphin watching tour, you can combine this with island-hopping. Read more...|
|01-06-2011||Getting to Bohol, Philippines||79|
|Bohol is located in the middle of the Philippines, and can be conveniently reached by air and boat. Bohol is a one hour flight from Manila, or a one and a half hour trip by fast ferry from Cebu. Read more...|
|In Bohol, every town and barangay has its own Fiesta. Once a year, the entire town is decorated for the annual feast, in which there will be plenty of food and drinks. Read more...|
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