Getting There, Places to Visit, and Things to Do


When the nimble pace of the city life stresses you out, going on a trip to a laidback province seems to be a perfect resort. With the many breathtaking destinations in the country, a good gaze and stay to these kinds of places will do just fine. But among others, Bohol remains to be one of the best.

Bohol Island has gained attention for many years among local and international tourists making it as still one of the key tourist destinations in the country according to DOT.

How to Get There

You may opt to travel by ferry especially when you’re going on an inter-island trip from Cebu and Mindanao. The following are some of the shipping lines setting course directly to Bohol:

Trans-Asia Shipping Lines
Lite Ferries
Island Water

Where and How to Book

If you want to make your travel more efficient and wanted to avoid the intolerable waiting time of lining
up to acquire ferry tickets, then it’s best that you book your tickets online, at BARKOTA.COM

Barkota Ferry Online Booking is a ferry booking site where you can book travel tickets at your convenience-
anytime, anywhere!

Here’s how to book through


Select shipping line (2Go, Jomalia Shipping Lines)

-Choose your itinerary (origin -> destination) and preferred date.

-Add passenger/s details (Name, Age, Email, Birthday).

-Confirm and Pay! You can pay via Paypal (Credit Card), ML Epay, Online Banking (almost all banks), 7-
Eleven, Over-the-Counter, and Dragonpay.



Chocolate Hills

Of course, the very iconic Chocolate hills. This is one of the defining spots of Bohol. The vast picture of these green mounds can be seen atop from main viewing deck in Carmen town. There are at least 1,260 hills surrounding the area, gazing them “as far as the eye can see”. This series of Toblerone-like mounds during dry season compels tourist to visit this beauty, I mean you only get to see in History books and history channels. Might as well cease the daydreaming!

Wide-Eyed Cutie Tarsiers

Tarsiers are considered to be the world’s smallest Primate. They are also most popular the island Bohol where these beauties are kept in a sanctuary.

Tarsiers are locally known as ‘mamag’ and are now considered as endangered species. They basically live on tree branches and are very sensitive to sound and even from a few crowds. Upon entering the sanctuary, you’ll see several of them resting on the tree branches. Moreover, the tour lasts for 20 seconds and more just to avoid these creatures to be stressed out.


Anda Beach

Along the rich greens, Bohol is known for their comely beaches and white sand. One of it is the Anda Beach. Located in the eastern part of the island, Anda beach showcases its natural fine white sand beaches and exuberant marine life.

Where to Stay

Flower Garden Resort

Cherry’s Home

Isla Hayahay

Hotel La Roca

Olman’s View Resort

There’s a lot to visit around Bohol, that it’s doubting to see them in just a day. Then you must look for a good place to stay the night or probably week with. Here are the recommended stays in the island.