The Philippine Tarsier is one of the smallest primate in the world. Here in the Philippines it can only be found in Bohol.
Kuya Edgar was already at the resort when we arrived. So after our Dolphin Watching and Balicasag Island Tour, we immediately changed our clothes and went ahead with our country-side tour.
Our first stop was the Tarsier Sanctuary on the way to Loboc River. There are no entrance fee, they only have a donation box where you can drop whatever amount you want to give. I was very excited to see and touch the Tarsier, unfortunately we weren’t allowed to touch them.
And since these are nocturnal creature, the Tarsier assigned to have his picture taken with the visitors is kind of sleeping on the job..LOL!
But he is just totally CUTE♥. We didn’t mind that he was sleeping at all.
Before leaving the sanctuary, we shopped for souvenirs we can take home to our friends and relatives here in Manila. There are lots of different food and non-food items available. Most of them are tarsier items like shirts, pens, keychains, wallets, bags, and arm bands.