While most of the resorts and tourism is located on the southwestern tiny sub-island of Panglao, Bohol extends over 100km eastward with countless waterfalls, rivers, isolated beaches and adventure.
Built by Spanish Colonizers, the Punta Cruz Watchtower is one of the many archaeological ruins that can be seen through the island.
Bohol has many rivers, some undeveloped and best explored in the traditional outrigger canoes as locals have done for centuries.
One of the smallest primates known, weighing in at 100 grams or less, the Philippine Tarsier is one of Bohol's many unique animals to be carefully observed and protected.
Other exotic wildlife includes the crab-eating macaque, palm civet, and a number of birds unlikely to be observed anywhere else.
The Owner-Type Jeeps are locally made custom vehicles based on leftover WWII military jeeps. They are a uniquely Filipino vehicle and embody the “can-do” culture of the Philippines.
Though at one time they were an economical solution to the needs for local transport, they are now being replaced by motorcycles and the many available imports. At Bohol Jeep Tours we are working to preserve the history and unique culture of the Owner-Type Jeep and allow guests of the island the opportunity experience this uniquely Filipino type of transportation. Each of our jeeps is hand made by locals in the decades old tradition and regularly maintained by our on-staff mechanic to ensure safe and dependable operation.
Instead of an imported car or mini-van, tour the island in the open air adventure of an owner-type jeep.
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