Prony the Python was once Bohol’s superstar python! He was the biggest one in captivity before he died about two years ago. He was 23feet long and weighs about 280kgs. His cause of death is unknown to experts but the caretakers in the mini-zoo said that he probably died of old age.
We had a stop over at Bohol’s Ati Tribe during our Rio Verde River Cruise. They gave us about 20 minutes to explore the lively neighborhood of the tribe.
After the tiring climb to the view deck of Chocolate Hills, we then headed to Rio Verde Floating Restaurant to have our late lunch. We originally planned to go to Loboc Floating Restaurant but our guide suggested we go to the Rio Verde Floating Restaurant instead. According to her, food is much better at Rio Verde.
Next stop after the ATV Ride? The infamous Chocolate Hills! It is what makes Bohol popular and it’s pretty much the highlight of our Bohol Countryside Tour.
Our next stop after the Bohol Butterfly Sanctuary is the Chocolate Hills ATV Tour. You can either rent an ATV or a Bug Car at Graham-ATV Rental. They claim that they’d provide you with safety gears like helmets and knee pads but they didn’t really give us any. We opted to rent a bug car instead of an ATV ’cause I’m not really comfortable driving. I can be such a scaredy cat sometimes.
Yay! A Masungi Georeserve Vlog!! And yes, I had dengue two weeks ago but I’m already hiking at Masungi Georeserve. I can be stubborn at times, that’s a fact.
We head straight to Bohol Butterfly Sanctuary right after the quick photo op at Loboc’s Man-made forest. It’s been years since I last visited a butterfly garden. My last visit was back when I was still in 5th grade. That’s about a decade ago!