It is an island across Cebu and can even be reached via pumpboat within hours, Pandanon island as far as I know is part of Bohol. The Bol-anon dialect don’t have much difference to Cebuanos, you almost can’t distinguish the difference but you can compare later when you hear the locals speak.
Bohol also is the home of the small wide-eyed alien looking monkey primates in the world. Although tarsiers can also be found in some of the unexplored rain forests in Mindanao, Tarsiers are widely known in BOHOL Philippines. The perfect time to visit Bohol would be summer here in the Philippines around March to June. If you visit Bohol during rainy season, you’ll miss the chocolate hills which might also be the primary reason why you visit Bohol. During rainy season, grasses on these hills will grow faster thus making the hills green and not Choco. But then anyway, there are more to visit in Bohol such as The Tarsier Sanctuary, the Huge Python snake of Marimar, Loboc River with thier floating restaurants, Bohol Beach Club, man-made forest and some historical place such as the Baclayon Church and Sandugo.
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