Have you visited Bohol yet? Well, it is one of the most balanced Philippine tourist destinations.
Its diversified attractions from natural to man-made attractions, food and recreation, Bohol is just nice to visit.
And if you want to go and visit Bohol this year, maybe you can capitlize and get more out of your money by going to Visit Bohol 2015 travel fair at Glorietta Activity Area this weekend.
The local government unit (LGU) and private sector from Bohol converged to invite both local and foreign tourists to the province and enjoy what Bohol has to offer.
Visit Bohol 2015 is packed with the province’s local tour operators, hotels and destinations showcasing the best spots in Bohol, plus, best packages they can offer to guests.
“Our dream is to make Bohol a tourism superpower and top holiday destination. With the help of our partners and other significant stakeholders from the public and private sectors, we believe this is
achievable,” said Bohol Governor Edgar Chatto.
Even after natural calamities hit the province, Governor Chatto said that Boholanos are very much optimistic of their attractions. Thus, the locals are up and active putting things back together for tourists to enjoy in their visit.
Bohol is known for its awe-inspiring “Chocolate Hills,” rustic and centuries-old churches in Baclayon and Loboc, the ever-lovable “tarsier,” and of course, the never-ending smiles and hospitable culture of its people.
Aside from that, Bohol boasts of having some of the best white-sand beaches in the world like those in Panglao and Anda, and is fast gaining ground as a top eco-cultural tourism spot because of its numerous mystical cave sites, serene rivers, enchanting waterfalls and mangroves, spellbinding marine sanctuaries and diving sites, and adventure-oriented attractions.
Other partners for “Visit Bohol 2015” include the United States Agency for International Development through its Advancing Philippine Competitiveness Project (USAID-COMPETE), the Department of Tourism (DOT), the United Nations-World Tourism Organization (UN-WTO) and the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), plus local tourism businesses, Ms. Gloria Steele, USAID Mission Director for the Philippines, and DOT Secretary Ramon Jimenez Jr., who is also one of the keynote speakers, are among the many dignitaries at the event.
For the Bohol Travel Fair, Bohol also partnered with AirAsia, the leading budget airline in the region, as its exclusive airline partner. AirAsia, awarded by Skytrax, the world’s most prestigious airline and airport review and ranking site, as the world’s Best Low-Cost Carrier for six consecutive years, offers unbelievable, year-round low fares for its Manila-Tagbilaran and Manila-Cebu flights?to attract more visitors to the province.
Aside from the low seat prices, also up for grabs at the “Visit Bohol 2015” travel fair are at least 60 percent discount in accommodations, tour packages and other travel essentials, plus various indigenous Boholano products. To provide entertainment, travel fair visitors will be serenaded by the heavenly voices of the world-famous Loboc Children’s Choir, who will sing popular and classic music via a mini concert every night for the duration of the three-day event.