I've always frequented my home province of Bohol. Aside from the very beautiful mountain city of Tagaytay which I call my heavenly residence, the town of Maribojoc offers a lot to new travellers. It is a dynamic town just 14 kilometers away from the capital city of Tagbilaran. Our old church in the Poblacion is deemed to be a UNESCO heritage site as well as the fort tower of Punta Cruz Watchtower. Maribojoc is home to the Abatan River where a proposed ala Loboc floating restaurant is on the wait. My coined "ThreeBoobMountains" is home to different floras and faunas and also wild monkeys and they claimed to have tarsiers and flying lemurs as well. Most of the houses in Maribojoc are new because some balikbayans chose to build their resthouses there. It also has a great mangrove boating experience which is my favorite activity in the town. Previously Samantha, the Burmese Python is frequented by local tourist but she is now preserved.
Getting to Maribojoc is easy, from the airport take a tricycle to Marcella Mall and proceed to the jeepney terminal nearby you may take Loon and Maribojoc jeeps for they will pass the town. Expect a jampacked jeep because that is our standard. Enjoy the Bohol experience in Maribojoc.