A day tour around Bohol island from Cebu is easy and convenient to arrange. It’s a couple of hours by fast ferry (SuperCat), and once you reach the capital Tagbilaran City, an aircon van will take visitors to the second oldest church in the Philippines, the Baclayon Church and museum; the Chocolate Hills, an unusual geological formation of over 1,200 grass-covered limestone hills; a lunch cruise down Loboc River; and a visit to a tarsier sanctuary. Found only in Southeast Asia, tarsiers are among the world’s smallest carnivorous primates. They are nocturnal and eat insects. They are endangered due to loss of habitat, and most captive breeding programs have been unsuccessful because they are shy and susceptible to stress.