Chocolate hills

Bohol Tourist spots and Entrance fees

The Island of Bohol is filled with hot spots to visit and things to do. Most people visit the smaller island of Panglao and stay in hotels and resorts there, but I recommend going to Anda. It is quieter and the beach is absolutely gorgeous. The disadvantage of staying in Anda is that it is further away from the tourist attractions, but believe me, it is worth the drive along the beautiful coastal highway.

You can rent private rooms an cottages in Ando starting at 500 pesos per night.

This website contains a lot of information about Bohol and the Leaving Holland YouTube Channel has plenty of videos for you to watch to plan your own trip carefully and wisely.

I have added the entrance fees to Bohol’s main attractions in a list for you, prices are from 2018 and I try to keep them up to date.

Please note that the Tourism Department is deciding on a 100% increase in price for Chocolate Hills, to 100 pesos per person, an additional parking fee applies.

LocationEntrance FeeAdditional Fee
Tarsier Sanctuary Corella60 pesos
Chocolate Hills50 pesosparking fee applies
Loboc River Cruisestarting at 450 pesos
Bohol Bee Farm30 pesos
Python Sanctuary10 pesos
Man Made Forestfree
Butterfly Santuary30 pesos
Baclayon Church25 pesos
Hinagdanan Cave30 pesos
Mag-Aso Falls40 pesos
Updated November 2019

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Jeanette, a Dutch female nomad, started to travel the world at the age of 17. Walker of beaches, shell searcher, and iPhone photographer. Always horizon bound preferably on a motorcycle. Currently, she lives in a desert village in Baja California Sur in Mexico. She is an emigration coach and works online.