Home to the natural wonder called the Chocolate Hills, Bohol has since then been a destination worth coming back to. This island province in the Central Visayas region has a rich history and is home to churches dating back to the early years of the Spanish Colonization.
The generally laid-back provincial atmosphere coupled with a host of adrenaline-packed activities, white sand beaches, and world-class five sites makes the stay even more interesting.
In July, the Boholanos celebrate the Sandugo Festival. It commemorates the historic blood compact (Sandugo) between Datu Sikatuna of Bohol and Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, a Spanish Conquistador. Street dancing and beauty pageants are the main activities of the month-long festival.