Go on an enchanting river tour.  Bohol has four major rivers, INabanga and Ipil in the north and Loboc and Abatan down south.  From Busay Falls, cruise down Loboc River in a pumpboat.  Travel through the seaside towns of Loboc, Loay and Bilar.  On board partake of a hearty lunch of fresh lapu-lapu, shrimp, and squid to the tune of strumming guitars.  One of the earliest Spanish settlements, Bohol is home to one of the country's oldest stone churches, the Baclayon Church.  Built by the Jesuits, Baclayon features a rich collection of religious articles from vestments woven in gold thread to Latin librettos printed on sheepskin.  The legendary Dauis Church, which is just a few minutes from Tagbilaran features a fresh water well at the foot of the altar.  The waters are said to be blessed with healing powers.  Still another religious must-see is the Panglao Church with its marvelous ceiling murals and intricately-carved antique confessionals.