Bohol Countryside Tour

Monday, June 12, 2017

Few months have passed already, and I was able to only write about our 3D2N Bohol Itinerary & Budget article. In this blog post, I'll be sharing more pictures of our Bohol Countryside Tour which consists of the following destinations: Blood Compact Site, Baclayon Church, Loboc River, Tarsier Sanctuary, Hanging Bridge, Man-made Forest, Butterfly Sanctuary and Chocolate Hills.

Hope you enjoy our photos. :)



Bohol Countryside Tour


Blood Compact Site


Located at Barangay Bool, Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines, this site was made in honor of an important event in the Philippine History between Legaszpi of Spain and Rajah Sikatuna of Bohol, which is commonly known as Sandugo.

Blood Compact Site
Photo of me at the Blood Compact Site


Another shot with PJ!


Baclayon Church



The Church of Immaculada Concepcion in Baclayon (commonly known as Baclayon) is considered one of the oldest churches in the country. The church is built out of coral stones. When a 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck Central Visayas, the church was heavily damaged.


Witnessed how badly damaged the church is. :(
Another photo taken inside the Church...


As mentioned, this Church is made out of coral stones. Look closely, and zoom in the photo.


We were only able to take photos inside the Church and around this area. Cameras are not allowed inside the museum. 
Mama Mary and Jesus Christ


Picture picture...

 Loboc River


My partner and I had lunch at the famous Loboc River's Floating restaurant. Really enjoyed the food and the scenic view.


Loboc River's Floating Restaurant

Took a selfie as we approach the restaurant

We were so looking forward at this moment

Torn between taking a photo and eating?? Hmm. 
Of course, selfie with Pj! It was his birthday when we went to Bohol!


I loved the view!!


They offered their guest a traditional dance. I was so amused!


Had ice cream after lunch!!


Tarsier Sanctuary


It was actually my first time to see tarsiers. Unfortunately, we were not able to take good photos of them due to some restrictions.


Hello there, baby tarsier!


Zoomed in!

Why so shy?


.... and again!! LOL


Hanging Bridge


Made of bamboo, this bridge hangs approximately 20 meters above the Loboc River. 


My favorite photo of us at the Hanging Bridge!


Wacky?? Hmm. haha


Man-made Forest


This forest is a man-made mahogany forest located in the border of Loboc and Bilar towns. 


Hate you, orange car! :|


Love this photo (hate you still, orange car!)



Butterfly Sanctuary 



We have lots of creative shots here at the Butterfly Sanctuary! :)


Butterfly Sanctuary, I'm ready! haha! #haggard


Omgee, scary!

PJ, Stahp!!

Hello there, butterfly!

Another one!

A giant butterfly? :))

We are butterflies!

I'll spread my wings, and I'll learn how to fly... la la la


Chocolate Hills



The not so chocolatey, Chocolate Hills!

❤️❤️❤️

Selfie with the chocolate hills!

One more!

❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️


Source
http://www.bohol-philippines.com

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