Known as being the friendly heart of the Visayas and one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the Philippines, most tourists to the island of Bohol normally go for its natural and aquatic attractions. Snorkelling, diving, and hiking are the must-dos, while the Chocolate Hills, and tarsiers are the must-sees. However, Bohol is also fertile ground for the equally rewarding and no less strenuous sport of heritage-hunting. In this adventure, the quarry might be a bit easier to track down but are just as endangered. Species range in size from the petite urnas to gigantic cathedrals, and in age from Baclayon church, one of the oldest in the country, to the freshly-weaved buri and bamboo baskets of Antequera.
ES Calma Designs and Associates and CTRL Construction Corp employees stayed at the Hennan Resort and enjoyed their stay in Bohol with the following activities:
Visited the historic Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception in Baclayon, Bee Farm, Butterfly Sanctuary with more than 300 butterfly species which aims to conserve and raise butterfly population in the island. They also visited Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary, Chocolate Hills, the famous tourist attraction in Bohol, The Man-Made Forest, Blood Compact Monument, and one of the popular destinations in Bohol where one can get on board a floating restaurant and enjoy the Loboc River cruise with buffet meal.