Tarsier Sanctuary - The Philippine tarsier, (Tarsius syrichta) is very peculiar small animal. In fact it is one of the smallest known primates, no larger than a adult men's hand. Mostly active at night, it lives on a diet of insects. Folk traditions sometimes has it that tarsiers eat charcoal, but actually they retrieve the insects from (sometimes burned) wood. It can be found in the islands of Samar, Leyte, Bohol, and Mindanao in the Philippines.
Baclayon Church – Baclayon Church or to give it the proper title “The Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception”, is considered to be one of the oldest churches in the Philippines.
The Church dominates the surrounding landscape, a large tower at the front of the building served a duel purpose as both Bell and Watch Tower.
Constructed out of coral cut by local artisans into square blocks. It is said that the whites of a million eggs were mixed with lime to cement the coral stones together. The inner facade of the church is Classically inspired, while the outer facade dates to the early 1900’s, added by the Recollects is a portico decorated by three arches.
Loboc River Cruise – The Loboc River Cruise offers visitors to experience the beauty and serenity in the most beautiful section of the river that runs through Loboc. Cruises start near the historic Loboc Church at the town proper where many boats are docked and different stores and restaurants line up the riverside. Some of these restaurants used to offer visitors the chance to take pictures with the shy tarsiers.
Chocolate Hills – (Carmen) are considered one of the natural wonders of the world. Over 1,247 hills are spread out as far as the eye can see. To many the Chocolate Hills are Bohol, period. Made up of Cone / domed shape limestone mounds covered with grass, the individual hills range in size from 30 to 50 meters in height. Towards the end of the dry season the grass turns to a chocolate brown color, giving rise the their name.