28 October, 2007

Island Provinces of Cebu and Bohol Map Postcard

Cebu Island is a long narrow island stretching 225 km (140 mi) from north to south, surrounded by 167 neighboring smaller islands, that includes Mactan Island, Bantayan, Malapascua, Olango and the Camotes Islands. Cebu lies to the east of Negros Island; to the west of Leyte and to the southeast is Bohol province. Bohol is an island province located in the Central Visayas region. It lies southeast from Cebu across Bohol Strait and southwest from Leyte, separated by the Camotes Sea and Canigao Channel.

Cebu-Bohol Map Postcard

The size of the postcard is 5"x6.5" and shown are five images of the famous landmarks that can be found in Cebu and Bohol, including the main roads, other tourist attractions (diving sites) and towns.

Images on the left side are as follows (top to bottom): Baclayon Church in Bohol and Kawasan Falls in Cebu

Images on the right side are as follows (top to bottom): Chocolate Hills, Tarsier (world's smallest primate) and Alona Beach in Panglao, all in Bohol


Cebu is the paradise for adventure seekers and nature lovers. It has some of the finest diving spots in the world. The UK-based Condenast Travellers Magazine named Cebu the 7th best island destination in the Indian Ocean-Asia region in 2007. Bohol is a popular tourist destination with its beaches and resorts. The Chocolate Hills, numerous mounds of limestone formation, is the most popular attraction. The island of Panglao is home to some of the finest beaches in the country. The Philippine Tarsier, considered by some to be the smallest primate, is indigenous to the island. The Loboc River is famous for its River Cruise going up to its water source.

SOURCES:
Cebu Wikipedia Entry
Bohol

1 comment:

Mel Cole from Pennsylvania said...

Very nice postcard. I live in Bohol before and I love our small province. I like Cebu also. BTW, would you like to swap postcards with me? I'd like to receive one like that or a postcard which has a Visayas map in it.