Things to Do and see in Bohol...

Historical Blood Compact Site (Barangay
Bool, Tagbilaran City). A marker that
identifies the spot where Datu Sikatuna, a
native Boholano chieftain, forged a Blood
Compact with Don Miguel Lopez de
Legazpi, representing the King of Spain,
for the purpose of fostering friendly
relations between the two countries. The
Blood Compact on March 16, 1565 is
considered as the first “Treaty of
Friendship” between the brown and white

Anibogan Massacre Site (Catigbian; 73 km.
from Tagbilaran City). A historical place
for valor, glory, and heroism, which
symbolizes the lives of the Filipino
massacre victims during the Japanese

Behind the Clouds (Catigbian; 38 km.
from Tagbilaran City). The cradle of the
resistance movement during the Japanese
occupation, when a group of courageous
men composed of disbanded and
surrendered soldiers and even civilians
started the organization of the guerilla to
liberate the people from oppression.

Camp Verde (Duero; 73 km. from
Tagbilaran City).
A distinct historical spot of the last bastion
of Boholano insurgents of the World War II.

Dagohoy Marker (Danao; 92 km. from
Tagbilaran City).
The Dagohoy marker in Magtangtang,
Danao town was installed by the Philippine
Historical Commission to honor the heroic
deeds of Francisco Dagohoy who led the
longest revolt in the country against the
Spaniards, which lasted for 84 years.
Magtangtang was Dagohoy’s headquarters
or hideout during the revolt. Hundreds of
Dagohoy’s followers preferred death inside
the cave than surrender. Their skeletons
still remain in the site.
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