Visiting the Tarsier Sanctuary in Bohol

After a good nights sleep at my new favourite paradise, Nuts Huts in Loboc, Bohol, I was ready to conquer a day of sightseeing with my travel partner, Mel (of Mel Had Tea). Our mission for the day was to visit two of the most popular attractions in the area, the Chocolate Hills and the Tarsier Sanctuary.  First up: the sanctuary.  Walter, the owner of Nuts Huts suggested we either rent a motorbike or take public transportation there, we thought we’d be adventurous and do public transportation! As per his additional suggestions, we took a little boat across the river from Nuts Huts and walked the pathway along the river, through rice fields, into Loboc where we would catch the bus to the tarsiers! The walk was pretty self explanatory, but when it became a bit confusing, locals were there on their nearby porches pointing in the right direction.  When we hit the road into Loboc, locals were eager to say hello and good morning to us. By the time we got to a main intersection, we had many locals come up to us to ask where we were going. They reassured us that if we stood on that corner, the … Continue reading Visiting the Tarsier Sanctuary in Bohol