The Bohol Blood Compact Shrine and Monument, also known as Sandugo Shrine, is located in Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines. It commemorates the blood compact (Sandugo) historical event between the local chieftain Datu Sikatuna and Spanish explorer Miguel López de Legazpi on March 16, 1565.
This significant event symbolized the first treaty of friendship and alliance between Filipinos and Spaniards. As a result of this pact, a strong bond was formed, which eventually laid the foundation for future relations between the Philippines and Spain.
The monument features life-size bronze statues depicting the blood compact ceremony between Sikatuna and Legazpi. This beautiful art is a testament to Filipino hospitality and willingness to create lasting connections with foreign visitors.
Visitors flock to this historic site to learn about Philippine history and appreciate its picturesque location overlooking the gorgeous Bohol Sea. The shrine has since become an important landmark that embodies peace, camaraderie, and unity.
Countryside Tour & Without Lunch
Countryside Tour & WITH LOBOC RIVER Lunch