Bohol is famous for its Chocolate Hills . It has one “ of the most beautiful eco-marine systems in the world”—the Bohol Marine Triangle that covers Pamilacan, Balicasag and Panglao. This area is the habitat of whale sharks, stingrays, dolphins and other forms of marine life. The other famous tourist attractions are the man-made forest and mangrove areas, tarsiers, coral reefs, white sandy beaches, diving spots, caves, watersheds, rivers, underground rivers, waterfalls, old churches, bell towers, etc.
Aside from its natural wonders, Bohol is also bursting with talents. It contributes to the nation’s well being by producing hightly skilled workers, entrepreneurs, seaman, lawyers, teachers, priests, artist, etc. In addition, its internationally acclaimed Loboc Children Choir could open the gates of heaven with its voices described as “ so pure and angelic “.