Five months after the 7-magnitude earthquake in Visayas, Bohol tourism is finally on its way to recovery.
We recently visited Bohol and I was happy to see that most of the tourism spots of the province are still up and beautiful. Though some of the centuries-old churches were ruined, they are now being rehabilitated and I'm hoping that in a few months or years time they will be fully restored.
Here's a photo diary of our recent trip to one of my best vacation destination on Earth, Bohol.
The Tarsier Conservation Area
Our first stop for the countryside tour was the Tarsier Conservation Area. Tarsiers in the conservation area were fortunately unharmed. They say that the tarsiers sensed the quake coming so they already know what to do and where to hide.
|one of the tarsiers in the conservation area|