Bohol is a favourite bird-watcher’s destination in the Philippines. Famous of course is Olango Island, between Mactan Island and Bohol and part of the province of Cebu. But also Bohol has much to offer. The Rajah Sikatuna National Park in the inlands, near the town of Bilar, is a nature lovers paradise. With its 90 square kilometers Rajah Sikatuna National Park is the largest remaining natural forest in Bohol.
A number of trails have been set out and when you follow the trails through the park you can come across many species of birds. It will take some patience and you might need a bit of help. With some luck you can even come across some rare and endangered species, such as the Philippine Eagle Owl, Bubo philippensis.
For the experienced Bird Watchers we found this excellent checklist
If you love nature and you want to see an unspoiled tropical forest and lots of animals, the Isla Hayahay Trekking day-trip is a MUST during your stay with us.
We will bring you to Rajah Sikatuna National Park and joined by a guide from the park you will follow the tracks. During your hike you have the chance to see monkeys, lots of birds and maybe even a Flying Lemur. You will also visit one of the many caves in the park.
Please note: You need a reasonable level of fitness for the hike as there are some steeper descents and climbs. Sturdy footwear is required e.g. walking boots / shoes or sport shoes.
Duration: 5 – 6 hours
Tour: Php 3,500
Entrance fees: Php 120/person
Guide: Php 350