Bohol, located in Central Visayas, is the tenth largest island in the Philippines. Found just off the southeast shore of Cebu City, the province consists of a main island and 75 smaller surrounding islands.
Bohol is home to many beaches and resorts, as well as a number of heritage sites and old churches. It is also home to tarsiers - an indeginous primate species which have recently become endangered.
Visualize Your Color
The Chocolate Hills is a popular tourist destination known for its perfectly cone-shaped hills spanning across three towns in Bohol.
The hills are named for their distinctive cocoa-brown color, which manifests during the province’s dry season. They are surrounded by rich green vegetation and clear blue skies - a scenic sight tourists love and enjoy.
Bohol Color Collection
*Colors shown on this page are the closest representation possible. For color accuracy, please refer to the color chips availabe in DIY and hardware stores.