If you’ve fallen in love with the white sand beaches of Bohol, wait until you set your eyes to its newest attraction – Red Triera de Agaton, also known as “Puwang Yuta ni Lolo Agaton”.

Photo by Marlyn Crame Lacorte

Sprawling along Brgy. Sohoton in Calape, this red land is perfect for every photographer and Instagrammer. Whether in for a fun shoot, prenup, pre-debut, or just for an escape, this is the place to go! You get to witness the night lights of Bohol while being under the sea of stars. Whether night or day, it surely is a great place to visit and experience. Its red land is due to its high iron oxide content.

Photo by Marlyn Crame Lacorte
Photo by Marlyn Crame Lacorte
Photo by Marlyn Crame Lacorte

Apart from what you are seeing on the photos, it is still yet to be more beautiful as it is underway its transformation. The local officials of Brgy. Sohoton, and the Municipality of Calape are developing this unusual, but extraordinary attraction into something worth remembering.

Photo by Marlyn Crame Lacorte

So, while not everyone has discovered this yet, you might want to start your own adventure and start telling your friends about it.


  • Entrance Fee: P20 per head
  • Opening Hours: 8AM to 6PM


Exact Location: Sohoton, Calape, Bohol, Central Visayas

From Tubigon Public Market, you can hail a multicab for P20 heading to Calape Public Market. From Calape Public Market, take a motorbike (habal-habal) and ask the driver to send you to Puwang Yuta ni Lolo Agaton. Fare depends on you and the driver since it’s an uphill drive.

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