Bohol Resorts | Nature's View near Sherwood Bay Resort, Panglao
See to the amazing world-famous Chocolate Hills to be found in Buenos Aires, Carmen Bohol Philippines. The Chocolate formation is considered to be one of the natural Wonders of the World, composed of 1,247 cone-shaped hills. They called chocolate hills because in the summer season of Philippines the hills will transform to brown that they look like Hershey’s Cone Chocolate Kisses.
An interesting boat ride along the Loboc River has been a major attraction, both foreign and domestic. Starting from Loboc Tourism Complex, Floating Restaurants and motorized boats start the thrilling boat ride along palm-fringed banks inland.
Busay Falls measures 12 meters wide and four meters deep. It provides swimmers and sightseers who would be fascinated to communicate with nature.
Mag-aso falls is located in town of Antequera Bohol 21 kilometers drive to Tagbilaran City. The abundant waterfalls and caves are spread across the island of Bohol, including the beautiful Mag-Aso falls in Antequera. Mag-Aso in English word means “smoke” in the native tongue. The water is fresh, cool and often generates a mist in moist mornings which can hide the falls.
The hinagdanan Cave is located in Panglao Island, Dauis, Bohol about 9 kilometers from Tagbilaran City. Hinagdanan in English word means "laddered". It is a naturally lightened cave with a deep lagoon and many large stalactites and stalagmites. The cave leads to a huge underground grotto that contains a pool. The underground nature pool is a popular for swimming.
The Philippine Tarsier is the smallest primate in the world to be found only in Bohol. Tarsiers are small and weigh only about 110 to 145 grams or 4 to 5 ounces. Tarsiers have noticeably gigantic eyes, they are nocturnal and arboreal. They have extended legs and anklebones which are well modified for leaping from stem to stem. They hunt at night exclusively for insect prey and their diet consists of live animal prey such as insects, crickets, cockroaches, grasshoppers and small lizards. Tarsiers can turn their head 180 degrees in either direction.
This is to be found at the northeast portion of the town. Experience the coolness of the gentle wind that is safe from pollution. It has the healthy effect that soothes weary souls.