God’s Little Paradise: Bohol Tourism Sets to Reopen this November

Bohol is an island province of the Philippines located in the Central Visayas. It’s called “God’s Little Paradise” because of the island’s mysterious and charming locations, scattered across the region. Bohol is famous for its Chocolate Hills; its tarsiers, which may be the world’s smallest primate; its heritage sites and old stone churches.

The island is one of the best tourist destinations in the Philippines. Bohol will now re-open its doors for domestic tourists starting next month, 15th of November 2020. Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque announced it yesterday during his visit to the province’s Panglao Island ahead of its planned reopening to visitors.

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