Aside from being a popular tourist destination for its white sand beaches and resorts, Bohol is also a haven for snorkelers and a hub for divers from around the world. Bohol is also a wonder of eco tourism owing to its numerous waterfalls and caves scattered across the island, rainforest and hills, several untouched beaches dotting the coastline and winding rivers to name a few.
A visit to Bohol is not complete without visiting the Chocolate Hills, the most popular Bohol landmark more often seen in postcards, magazines and media ads. The island is also the sanctuary of the Philippine Tarsier, the second-smallest primate in the world. At the foundation-run sanctuary, visitors can observe the Philippine Tarsier in their natural habitat. Listed as one of the top ten diving locations in the world, Panglao Island is not to be missed. This small island southwest of Tabilaran City is not only a popular diving spot but also features world class beaches resorts as well.
Bohol is connected by regular daily flights from Manila as well as high speed crafts and ferries from the neighboring island of Cebu. Ships coming from Manila and from Mindanao ports also call to Tagbilaran City regularly.