Bohol Travel Requirements 2022: Bohol Tourism Protocols for Tourists
Bohol is an island province in the Central Visayas Region famous for its summer travel destinations such as the Chocolate Hills, Mirror of the World and Botanical Park, century-old churches, cultural heritage sites, and white sand beaches. The best time to visit Bohol Island is during summer, perfect for swimming and snorkeling. The summer season is also the time when the Chocolate Hills are in their famous chocolate brown color.
This also means loads of tourists and crowded outdoor settings. Visitors should practice COVID Precautionary Measures such as wearing face masks, frequent hand washing, physical distancing, and getting vaccinated. Domestic tourists and visitors can only enter Bohol Island through the Bohol-Panglao International Airport (BPIA) or other ports of entry like Tagbilaran City Port.
As of June 2022, Bohol was placed under Alert Level 01 until June 30, 2022. Travel to Bohol for business or leisure is allowed. Fully Vaccinated tourists of foreign nationality with no requirements of quarantine are allowed to enter. Travelers are required to register with the S-PaSS or Safe, Swift, and Smart Passage system before visiting the province.
Travelers should follow strict quarantine requirements until their travel date. Other requirements to enter Bohol are listed below.
List Of Bohol Travel Requirements
For Fully Vaccinated Travelers
- Valid Government-Issued I.D.
- COVID-19 Vaccination Card
- Approved or Pending Travel Coordination Permit (via s-pass.ph)
For Unvaccinated or Partially Unvaccinated Travelers
- Valid Government-Issued I.D.
- Negative RT-PCR Test Result from any DOH-accredited laboratories released within seventy-two (72) hours prior to travel
- If the RT-PCR Test Result has lapsed the seventy-two (72) hour validity, the traveler must attach a Negative Rapid Antigen Test Result released within twenty-four (24) hours prior to travel as an additional requirement to the negative RT-PCR Test Result.
- Travelers aged 11 years and below are exempted from this requirement provided they are traveling with a parent or guardian who is Fully Vaccinated
- Approved or Pending Trave Coordination Permit (via s-pass.ph)
Fully Vaccinated Travelers are considered fully vaccinated if:
- Traveler has more than or equal to two (2) weeks after having received the second dose in a 2-dose vaccine or;
- Traveler has more than or equal to two (2) weeks after having received a single-dose vaccine
For Minors who are eleven (11) years old and below:
- Exempted from RT-PCR test requirement, provided that they are accompanied by fully vaccinated parent/s or guardian/s
These are the travel requirements for Bohol as of the date indicated. Requirements may change from time to time without prior notice. Please continue checking with the local government unit of your destination for the latest updates. For the latest information and resources on Bohol’s COVID Health Protocols and Travel Requirements, visitors can go to: