Bohol is an island blessed with an abundance of natural and cultural attractions which make for memorable excursions.
The renowned Chocolate Hills is about an hour away from Amarela with attractions such as the Baclayon Church and the Loboc River along the way.
Get to know the Tarsier, the world’s smallest primate and the island’s mascot. These remarkable creatures are housed in a conservatory where you can see them in their natural habitat.
Explore the magnificent waters of Bohol and neighboring islands such as Balicasag through snorkeling or scuba diving. Dolphin watching and boat cruises can also be planned.
Admire the old churches of Bohol which reflect its peoples’ close ties with heritage and religion. Aside from Baclayon Church, other notable churches are found in the towns of Panglao, Dauis, Loboc, Albur and Cortez.
The island of Panglao, where Amarela is located, is not only known for its incredible beaches. There is a myriad of other attractions such as the Hinagdanan Cave and Alona Beach with its row of restaurants and bars.
For those with an adventurous spirit, activities such as ziplining, rapelling, hiking and spelunking are available in towns such as Loboc and Danao. There are a number of packages and tours to choose from.