Panglao Island- Panglao’s other attractions aside from diving are its white sand beaches, humble sights of tiny bars made out of bamboos and nipa located along the shore, and well developed beach resorts. Some shell dealers and backyard jewelry makers can also be of great interest to visit. These jewelers are expert in transforming silver coins into lovely rings and bracelets.
Hinagdanan Cave- can be easily reached inside Dauis Panglao, this laddered cave has an ascending steps to a cavern with an underground pond oftenly visited by local kids for diving and swimming.
Barrio Cancatac, Corella- a place considered to be the breeding center of the shy, delicate Tarsier- the tiniest primate ever to exist nowadays. They are naturally nocturnal creatures so it is best to visit them at night time.
Baclayon Church- Located in Baclayon, this church is known to be the oldest stone church in the Philippines built in 1595. The interior is beautifully decorated with original gold leaf paint.
Chocolate Hills- When viewed from a far, they look like scattered pieces of chocolates on dry season. Whatever they may look like, green or brown, mythical or real, these pieces of closely scattered landforms are just so lovely to witness.
River Safari- From Loboc town, some boats have trips along Loay river that can take you to Busay Falls. Watching thick surrounding flora and farms along the way is worth experiencing after a hectic day. The trip ends up at Busay Falls which is perfect for a refreshing swim. On the way back (if the timing is right), sunset sneaks in beautifully into the river.
CAVING in Bohol- Caves in Bohol are mostly accessible with climbing equipments and climbing expertise. It is highly advised not to proceed without proper orientation by local caver organizations.
Carmolaon 2 in Jagna Town- is considered the deepest cave in Bohol, has 144m below ground level.
Caves in Batuan Town- can be reached through trekking over rocky terrains. Camping is recommended to explore all the caves. One has waterfall that creates noticeable vibrations underground.
Antequerra Cave- known as a snake pit, this cave inside Antequerra Town is an isolated home of phytons. If you are interested in snake watching this place is a good spot.
Francisco Dagohoy Cave- noted a hiding refuge of the famous Boholano hero during the Spanish period; this cave has an underwater path heading to a dry ground where Dagohoy seeks refuge from the Spaniards. It is located 5 km away from Barangay Magtanghoy inside Danao Town.