Corella is an interior town northeast of Tagbilaran. It is said to be formerly called Nug-as. This municipality used to belong to the municipality of Baclayon, being a barrio of that town. When it was organized as a regular municipality in 1884, it was named Corella. Corella is known primarily as the home of the endemic Philippine Tarsier, the world’s smallest primate.
Top things to do in Corella
Visit the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary
This sanctuary is dedicated to the protection and conservation of the Philippine Tarsier, a small primate that is native to the Philippines. Here, you can see these adorable creatures up close and learn more about their habits and behavior.
Visit Corella Church of Nuestra Señora del Villar
The Corella Church of Nuestra Señora del Villar (Our Lady of the Village) is often visited by tourists who come to Bohol on pilgrimages or who are on heritage tours. The church is surrounded by a spacious and well-kept garden. The Tarsier Sanctuary is not far from it.
Explore the Green Thumb Farm
Take a trip to Green Thumb Farm Alfresco Restaurant and taste their organic mushroom dishes—a unique gastronomic experience you need to try if you want to discover a different side of Bohol’s unique cuisine.
|Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary||Address: km.14, Canapnapan, Corella, Bohol
How to get there? Jeepney, motorbikes, tricycle, van for rent
What to wear? Non-slippery footware
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|Corella Church of Nuestra Señora Del Villar||Address: Poblacion, Corella, Bohol, Philippines
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|Green Thumb Farm||Address: Purok 4, Brgy. Sambog, Corella 6300, Bohol
Contact Number: 0917-543-9700
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