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Houses that are for rent in Bohol can range from as low as Php6,000 for a rather big house in Poblacion, Buenavista that has five bedrooms to as high as Php46,000 for a two-bedroom bungalow in Sunshine Village in Bolod, Panglao. The median price for houses that are for rent presently sit around Php25,000. The location of the house dictates its monthly rental rate.

Bohol, which is located in the Central Visayas region, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Philippines and boasts a number of world-class luxury resorts. It is famous for some of its white sand beaches, diving, and other water-based recreational activities.

The Philippine tarsier, the world’s smallest primate, is indigenous to the island and has become its most famous inhabitant. Bohol’s Chocolate Hills, a geological formation of brown-colored limestone that numbers to 1,700 and spread in over 50 square kilometers, has become its most famous landmark.

While Bohol’s beaches continue to hog the limelight, the island is an adventure destination itself, offering a ton of adrenaline pumping activities, particularly in some municipalities located in its interior portion.


A Charming Island

Find the perfect house and lot in Bohol for your familyWhile Bohol might not be as world famous as Boracay, the Central Visayan island has its fair share of admirers from those who have been lured by its charm. The province is home to Carlos P. Garcia, the country’s 8th president, who was born in Talibon, which lies on the middle of Bohol’s northern coast, some 115 kilometers from Tagbilaran, the provincial capital. Although a strait separates Bohol from Cebu, the two Visayan islands share a common language.

Bohol is the 10th largest island in the country, comprising a land area of 4,821 square kilometers and a coastline of 261 kilometers. About 70 smaller islands, which include the world famous Panglao where most of the luxury resorts are located, surround the main island. This makes some of Panglao’s land areas more expensive than the rest of Bohol, whether you plan to buy a house there or rent one. Bohol’s terrain is basically hilly and rolling, and about half of it is covered in limestone.

When a major earthquake devastated Bohol on October 15, 2013 at around 8 in the morning, many of the island’s famous historical landmarks and churches were destroyed. The earthquake, with a magnitude of 7.2 in the Richter scale and whose epicenter was in Sagbayan, a small municipality in Bohol, also affected southern Cebu. More than 100 people in Bohol at that time were killed and more than 300 were injured when the earthquake struck.


Tourism for Socio-Economic Development

Tourism plays a central role in Bohol’s economy. A proposed international airport in Panglao is currently in the planning board. Although some welcome it because of the economic activities that are expected to be generated once it is completed and operational, there are those who oppose it, arguing that it would destroy the rustic charm Panglao is known for. The planned international airport is also one of the reasons why property prices in Panglao continue to rise.

Amazing Home for Rent in Bohol with Swimming PoolCurrently, Tagbilaran airport serves local airlines who ferry in a large number of passengers, many of whom are tourists. The island also has several seaports, the busiest of which is in Tubigon. It serves ferries that traverse the Cebu-Bohol route, with more than 10 daily routes plying that route. Other seaports are located in Catagbacan in Loon, Jagna, Ubay, Talibon, Getafe, Buenavista, and Clarin.

The literacy rate in Bohol is at a high of 98 percent, and there are a number of academic institutions in the area that provide quality education to students. These include Bohol island State University, Holy Name University, University of Bohol, Mater Dei College, Bohol Wisdom School, and Bohol College of Science and Technology.

Recreational Adventure Activities Await

Bohol is a first class province divided into three congressional districts. It comprises one component city—which is Tagbilaran, the provincial capital that has an estimated population of a little more than 105,000 based on 2015 census—and 47 municipalities.

With 114 springs, 172 creeks, and four main rivers found in the entire province, Bohol is vacation paradise where a gamut of recreational activities abound. There are numerous waterfalls and caves spread across the island. The Rajah Sikatuna Protected Landscape, which is located in Bilar, is a forest sanctuary where protects monkeys, endemic birds, as well as numerous flora and fauna abound. It is the island’s largest remaining lowland forest.