Bohol Hotels

Jul 14 2020 to Jul 15 2020 1 room(s)  2 adult(s)
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Purok 5, Catarman, Dauis, Panglao Island (Show Map)
A 10-minute drive away from Tagbilaran City, and 15 minutes away from the white sand beaches of Panglao Island by car, La Veranda Beach Resort & Restaurant is located in Purok 5 in Panglao, Bohol. This resort and restaurant is accessible via tax, and... (Show More)
27 reviews
23 reviews
PHP 1,498
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
New Calceta St., Cogon, Tagbilaran (Show Map)
Free yourself from the frenzied urban jungle and escape to Bohol for a relaxing holiday in one of its hotels.

Located along New Calceta Street in Cogon, Reynas The Haven and Gardens stays true to its name. Its lush garden surroundings set is set in ...
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14 reviews
10 reviews
PHP 1,200
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Purok 4 Sitio Daurong, Danao Beach, Panglao (Show Map)
The Bohol South Beach Hotel is inspired by the cool and chicness of Miami South Beach in Florida. This hotel is sleek and minimalist, uncomplicated in its desire to give relaxation to its guests. Found in Sitio Daorong, Danao, Panglao Island, Bohol, ... (Show More)
7 reviews
99 reviews
PHP 3,192
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Purok 2, Barangay Libaong, Panglao Island, Panglao (Show Map)
PANGLAO CHOCOLATE HILLS RESORT rebuilds Chocolate Hills to its rooms and apartment. Visit this resort and have an unforgettable experience staying in the rooms that look like chocolate hills.

This resort offers its guests a huge relaxing garden a...
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5 reviews
41 reviews
Few Rooms Left!
PHP 2,200
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Ester A. Lim Drive, Tawala, Panglao Island (Show Map)
Panglao Regents Park Resort is a stylish modern resort with a refreshing pool and garden setting, only a few minutes' walk to Panglao's popular Alona Beach.

A bit removed from the beachfront, Panglao Regents Park Resort gives guests a sense of tranq...
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11 reviews
554 reviews
PHP 2,238
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Carlos P. Garcia St., Tagbilaran (Show Map)
Whether you are on a business trip or on vacation in Bohol, The MetroCentre Hotel and Convention Center is there to provide you with deluxe rooms and provisions for an unforgettable experience.

Located in Bohol's provincial capital, Tagbilaran City,...
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6 reviews
169 reviews
PHP 2,122
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
57 Graham Avenue, Tagbilaran City (Show Map)
If you are looking for a comfortable but economical and convenient accommodation for your next travel to Tagbilaran, look no further because Kode Inn is the place you are looking for.

Kode Inn is at a convenient location along Graham Avenue, which i...
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1 review
4 review
PHP 1,500
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Circulado St., Poblacion, Dauis, Panglao (Show Map)
Coco Grove Tourist Inn is located along Circulado Street in Dauis, Panglao Island. Tucked in a quiet part of the town, the hotel is just 15 minutes away from airport and/or the seaport, and is accessible via taxi cabs. The hotel also offers free shut... (Show More)
11 reviews
PHP 854
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Panglao Circumferential Road, Barangay Tawala, Panglao, Bohol (Show Map)
Tucked in Barangay Tawala, serviced apartments by Eco Hotel is a homey haven for digital nomads, professional divers, businessmen and their families.

Their ten serviced apartments are all fully equipped with a kitchenette, complete with a refriger...
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3 reviews
1 Room Left!
PHP 3,700
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Brgy. Tawala , Panglao (Show Map)
Covering 16 hectares of pure serenity and tranquility, you are bound to find your bliss here at Eskaya Beach Resort & Spa.

Treat yourself to a relaxing getaway at this beautiful resort-spa situated on the captivating island of Panglao. Eskaya Beach...
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1 review
398 review
Few Rooms Left!
PHP 30,056
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Kalipayan Road, Danao (Show Map)
Welcome to Vanilla Sky - your home in the Philippines, located in the beautiful island of Panglao, Bohol. A very inspiring respite for all who would like to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature, beautiful beaches, warm hospitality and friendly people... (Show More)
180 reviews
PHP 2,900
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Bingag, Dauis, Panglao Island (Show Map)
A relaxing place surrounded by lush greens and offers a view of vast turquoise waters, the Panglao Island Nature Resort & Spa provides the perfect getaway from the city's constant hustle and bustle.

Located in one of Bohol's oldest municipalities, P...
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PHP 37,800
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Circumferential Rd, Danao,, Panglao Island (Show Map)
Offering a relaxing reprieve from the hustle and bustle of life in the metro, Calypso Resort is the perfect setting for that much-needed rest and relaxation in Panglao.

Calypso Resort is nestled in the heart of Danao Beach, amongst a sea of greens t...
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PHP 650
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Napaling Point, Panglao (Show Map)
Experience true bliss by being close to nature in one of the country's premier travel destinations—Bohol.

Situated in the tropical Panglao Island, Almira Diving Resort can be found in the center of one of Tangnan's must-try dive spots—Napaling Poin...
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3 Rooms Left!
PHP 2,700
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Barangay Virgen, Anda (Show Map)
Have a little peace and quiet time with a tropical vacation in Bohol, where relaxing accommodations await you at FloWer Beach Resort.

Located in Barangay Virgen, Anda in the province of Bohol, FloWer Beach Resort is a sprawling beachfront property s...
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64 reviews
PHP 3,200
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Ester A. Lim Drive, Tawala, Panglao (Show Map)

Once a while, we should all take a break from our fast-paced lives and treat ourselves to a soothing vacation away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Panglao Island is one of the country's top holiday destinations. It is also the location of Al...
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PHP 3,400
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Purok 5, Danao Panglao Island (Show Map)
Enjoy warm accommodations and experience stylish relaxation only in Palms Cove Resort.

Located in Danao on the captivating island of Panglao in Bohol, Palms Cove Resort offers a comfortable hideaway for those who want to escape the fast-paced life i...
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50 reviews
PHP 4,389
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Barangay Tawala, Panglao Island (Show Map)
Bohol Sunside Resort is for discerning travelers seeking for a deluxe and comfortable accommodation in Bohol that is conveniently located near the beach.

Located at Tawala in Panglao, Bohol, Bohol Sunside Resort is 1.8 kilometers away from the famou...
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PHP 2,100
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Bolod, Panglao, Panglao Island (Show Map)

Property Location
With a stay at Villa Emilia Pension House in Panglao, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Alona Beach and Dumaluan Beach. This pension is 3.2 mi (5.1 km) from Danao Beach and 6.2 mi (10 km) from Panglao Beach.

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PHP 1,519
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Purok 4 Sunrise Barangay Tawala Panglao Bohol, Panglao Island (Show Map)
PHP 828
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Purok 7, Barangay San Isidro, Dauis, Panglao Island (Show Map)

Property Location
Located in Dauis, Bougainvillea Paradise Campground is within a 15-minute drive of Alona Beach and Dumaluan Beach. This campground is 4.3 mi (6.9 km) from Panglao Beach and 6.8 mi (10.9 km) from Danao Beach.


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PHP 720
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Panglao Shores Resort Rd., Panglao Island, Bohol, Panglao Island (Show Map)

Property Location
Located in Panglao, Maya Playa is a 3-minute drive from Dumaluan Beach and 5 minutes from Alona Beach. This hotel is 5.5 mi (8.8 km) from Hinagdanan Cave and 8 mi (12.8 km) from Cathedral of San Jose.


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PHP 4,517
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Purok-4 Road Brgy. Looc Panglao Bohol, Panglao Island (Show Map)
1 Room Left!
PHP 2,350
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Purok 4 Daorong, Danao, Panglao, Bohol, Panglao Island (Show Map)
PHP 2,400
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Doljo Panglao, Panglao (Show Map)

Property Location
When you stay at Muro Ami Beach Resort in Panglao, you'll be on the beach, within a 10-minute drive of Alona Beach and Danao Beach. This beach resort is 6.9 mi (11.1 km) from Panglao Beach and 7.8 mi (12.6 km) from ...

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PHP 1,000
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Barangay Danao, Daorong Beach, Panglao (Show Map)
1 Room Left!
PHP 3,415
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Purok 7, Tawala, Panglao (Show Map)

Property Location
When you stay at Bohemian Hostel in Panglao, you'll be near the beach, a 3-minute drive from Alona Beach and 6 minutes from Dumaluan Beach. This hostel is 1.4 mi (2.2 km) from Danao Beach and 7.1 mi (11.4 km) from P...

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PHP 2,500
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Km. 16 Hoyohoy, Tawala, Panglao Island (Show Map)

Property Location
With a stay at Donatela Hotel in Panglao, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Alona Beach and Danao Beach. This 4.5-star resort is 6 mi (9.7 km) from Doljo Beach and 6.9 mi (11.1 km) from Hinagdanan Cave.

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PHP 14,215
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, , Tagbilaran City (Show Map)
PHP 2,700
Inclusive of VAT and service charge
Bolod, Panglao Island (Show Map)

Property Location
When you stay at Dubay Panglao Beachfront Resort in Panglao, you'll be on the beach, within a 15-minute drive of Alona Beach and Dumaluan Beach. This beach hotel is 4.7 mi (7.5 km) from Danao Beach and 5.6 mi (9 km)...

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PHP 1,900
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Bohol flaunts it natural beauty with pride. No wonder it is a favorite destination among tourists in the Philippines. The island province has no shortage of impressive natural wonders; the most recognized are its group of hills and stunning beaches. Its forests are home to a distinct wildlife that continues to spark the interest of people all over the world. The 10th largest island in the Philippines, Bohol is a destination full of amazing discoveries.

The Chocolate Hills are the biggest draw of Bohol. Stretching endlessly across the municipality of Carmen, the grass-covered hills are in different shades of green much of the year but they turn brown at the end of the dry season, making them look like delectable, gigantic chocolate mounds. Tourists can admire the Chocolate Hills from a viewing deck but bike ziplines are also available for those who want a much more thrilling experience.

Another major tourist attraction in Bohol is the little furry creature known as the Philippine tarsier. Measuring 4 to 6 inches, the tarsier is one of the smallest primates in the world. It also has the largest eye-to-body size ratio among mammals. The Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary provides natural habitat and protection for this endangered animal. Tourist can visit the park to see the Philippine tarsier and to learn more about them.

The municipality of Panglao in Bohol is famous for its golden stretches of fine sand and crystal clear waters. The most beautiful among its beaches is said to be Alona Beach. The calm waters of this tropical paradise are great for swimming, boating, and diving.

By Air
Traveling from Manila to Bohol by plane is the fastest and most convenient option to take. Local airlines like Philippines Airlines, Cebu Pacific, and Air Asia offer direct flights on a daily basis. Travel time lasts for about an hour and 20 minutes. All flights to Bohol are mainly served at the Tagbilaran Airport in Tagbilaran City, the capital of Bohol.

By Sea
Traveling by sea is also another option, but it will take a lot of time. A one way boat trip from Manila to Bohol takes about 29 hours via 2GO Travel. From Cagayan de Oro, travel time lasts for about 10 hours. If you’re coming from Cebu, however, travel time is only about 2 hours via shipping lines such as Oceanjet, Weesam, and Supercat 2GO. Sea travelers will dock either at the Port of Tubigon, Catagbacan Port, or Port of Jagna—all of which are found in Tagbilaran City.

How to Get Around
By Tricycle
Riding the tricycle is the cheapest and most reliable option when going to the different places around Bohol, especially if they are not too far away. Tricycles are available around the commercial areas in the province.
By Jeep or Bus
You can take the bus or jeep if you wish to travel from one town to another. They are affordable, but the schedules tend to change every so often so make sure to plan your trip carefully. You can ask the bus lines themselves or your hotel for assistance.
By Private Car
Hiring a private car (either a sedan or a van) is the most convenient option to go around Bohol, but it is also the costliest. At PHP 1,500.00 to about PHP 2,500.00 a day, you can go to almost any place in Bohol any time you wish.

Bohol is blessed with a natural beauty that is beyond compare. It has white sand beaches, vast greeneries, fascinating flora and fauna, and a rich history, making it one of the best places in the Philippines for both local and international tourists to visit.

What to See
One of the defining moments in Philippine history was when Miguel Lopez de Legazpi of Spain and Datu Sikatuna sealed their friendly relations through the traditional blood compact. This significant occasion is depicted in the Blood Compact Shrine in Tagbilaran City. The shrine stands on the actual location where the historic event took place in 1565.
The Dagohoy Marker, which stands proudly in Danao, is a historical marker built by the Philippine Historical Commission in honor of the bravery and heroism of Francisco Dagohoy, a native of Danao. Dagohoy is remembered in Philippine history for leading the longest revolt against the Spanish colonial government, which lasted for about 85 years.
The President Carlos P. Garcia Memorial Park in Tagbilaran City is a landmark that honors Carlos P. Garcia, the fourth President of the Republic of the Philippines, and greatest Boholano of all time according to the Boholanos themselves. On this 11-hectare land, a bronze statue of the late President proudly stands to serve as an inspiration for the people of Bohol.
The Ermita Ruins in Dimiao, Bohol is also another landmark that leaves its visitors fascinated with its honeycomb tombs, which were built between 1800 and 1815.
The Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, also known as the Baclayon Church, is one of the oldest churches in the country. It was founded in 1596 by Jesuit priests and was built using coral stones. This centuries-old church, however, suffered damages during the 2013 earthquake, but restoration works are ongoing.
The Loboc Church, also known as the Church of San Pedro, is a 17th century church that is considered as the second oldest in all of Bohol. This baroque church, with its coral stone façade and richly ornamented interiors, was declared as a National Historical Landmark and was also considered for the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the Philippines. Unfortunately, like the Baclayon Church, the church also suffered severe damages during the 2013 earthquake.

Natural Attractions
Divers from all over the world have come to love Bohol for its wonderful dive spots and magnificent marine ecosystem. Alona Beach in Panglao Island is frequented by divers, but it has become even more famous because its one kilometer and a half stretch of fine white sand with clear beach waters—the perfect spot to enjoy the sun, sand, and sea. Dumaluan, Bikini, Momo, and Doljo beaches are the other bodies of water found on Panglao Island, situated about 15 kilometers away from Tagbilaran City.
Balicasag Island is about six kilometers away from Panglao Island and one of the premier diving spots in Bohol. Pamilacan Island and Cabilao Island are also favorite diving spots that you can visit when in the province.
Aside from its world-class beaches and dive spots, Bohol is also referred to as “Cave Country,” being home to about 1,400 caves around the province, ideal for spelunkers and cave enthusiasts. Hinagdanan Cave in Panglao has striking stalactites and stalagmites that will leave you amazed. For the more experienced spelunkers, Inambacan Cave near the town of Antequera would be a challenging cave to explore.
Waterfalls abound in the province too, which provide an avenue for visitors to relax, enjoy scenic views, and cool down while soaking up the surrounding greeneries. Busay Falls in Sevilla, the Twin Falls in Dimiao, Mag-aso Falls in Antequera, and Kawasan Falls in Balilihan are just some of the many falls that you shouldn’t miss during your Bohol holiday.
But the most famous natural wonder of Bohol will have to be the Chocolate Hills. These dome-shaped hills are made of grass-covered limestones. They are usually in different shades of green but they become chocolate brown in color by the end of the dry season. There are estimated to be about 1,200 hills found in Bohol, specifically in the towns of Carmen, Batuan, and Sagbayan.
Bohol is also home to the smallest known primate ever to exist: the Philippine Tarsier. To get to know more about these cuddly nocturnal creatures, drop by the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary, located in Barangay Canapnapan in the town of Corella.
Lastly, a cruise along Loboc River should also be included in your itinerary. This body of water that spans from Loay Bridge to the Tontonan waterfalls is where you can enjoy a view of verdant greens while enjoying a sumptuous meal aboard its floating restaurant.
Man-Made Attractions
The Bohol Forest is a man-made mahogany forest found in between the towns of Loboc and Bilar. The forest stretches for about two kilometers and is one of the most picturesque attractions in the province. The forest was built as part of a reforestation plan in response to the alarming deforestation that happened in the Loboc watershed.
Events and Festivals
The province of Bohol has quite a number of events and festivals celebrated every year. There is the Chocolate Hills Festival, the Alimango Festival, and the Saulog Tagbilaran Festival just to name a few. The most anticipated event, however, is the Sandugo Festival held every July. This grand feast is celebrated to commemorate the friendly pact made between Datu Sikatuna and Miguel Lopez de Legazpi in 1565. The celebration is marked by parades, street dance competitions, and the Miss Bohol Sandugo Beauty Pageant.

Where to Eat
When dining in Bohol, Payag Restaurant, located in Tagblaran, is one of the island’s best. Their best seller is the chicken inato, the famous grilled dish of the province. Their sizzling pork sisig, kilawin, and chicken chicharon are also crowd favorites.
Gerarda’s, also located in Tagbilaran, feature Filipino cuisines with a modern twist. Their crispy tinadyang, Nilaw-oy soup, and pork belly with gata are just some of dishes that locals and travelers have come to love at this homey restaurant.
If you’re craving for seafood, then the Prawn Farm Restaurant inside Island City Mall is where you should go. With dishes such as prawn halabos, prawn spring rolls, Singaporean crab, and seafood bouillabaisse, you’ll surely have your seafood fix at this trendy dining spot in the heart of Tagbilaran City.
If you’re on Panglao Island, Bohol Bee Farm is highly recommended, especially for those who are conscious of what they eat: the restaurant serves dishes made from fresh organic ingredients. Some of their specialties to try are their herb pasta and honey-glazed chicken.
For Italian food lovers, check out Giuseppe Pizzeria and Sicilian Roast for some of their authentic offerings. Their ravioli spinaci e ricotta and their pizza gregorio come highly recommended. But if you’re craving for French or American dishes, there is also L’Elephant Bleu located right along Alona Beach.

Fare: PHP 3,000.00++
Air fare from Manila to Tagbilaran costs about PHP 3,500.00 for a roundtrip flight. Prices, however, can go up or down, depending on the season and airline promos. Get the best deals possible so you can save money.
If you’re traveling from Manila by sea, the boat fare costs about PHP 600.00. If you’re coming from Cebu, it’s only around PHP 210.00. But from Cagayan de Oro, the one way fare costs about PHP 700.00.
Going around Bohol by jeep costs PHP 7.00 at the minimum, while a 10-minute tricycle ride should be somewhere between PHP 8.00 and PHP 15.00. Bus trips to the different towns in Bohol start at PHP 60.00. If you have more money to spare, you can rent a car for PHP 2,000.00 a day or a van for PHP 3,000.00 a day.

Food: PHP 150.00++
On average, you can already enjoy a full meal with a budget of PHP 150.00 to PHP 250.00 per meal. If you feel like treating yourself to a feast, prepare to shell out PHP 500.00 to PHP 800.00 per meal.

Shopping: PHP 20.00 to PHP 300.00++
One of the most popular pasalubong items from Bohol are Peanut Kisses—bite-sized cookies made from peanuts and eggs. This popular delicacy ranges from PHP 20.00 to PHP 100.00, depending on the number of grams.
Key chains and ref magnets are also popular. They are sold at PHP 20.00 to PHP 50.00 per piece. Souvenir shirts are also popular, starting at PHP 200.00.

Accommodations: PHP 500.00 to PHP 8,000.00
Bohol has quite a number of lodging facilities to cater to various requirements and budgets. For backpackers, you can find basic rooms that go for as low as PHP 500.00 a night. For those who are looking for full services and amenities, an average budget for a one night stay in a hotel is about PHP 2,000.00 to PHP 3,000.00.

Activities: PHP 50.00 to PHP 2,000.00
Museums require an entrance fee of PHP 50.00 per head, but the price varies from one museum to the other. Some don’t even charge for entrance fees at all. A river cruse with lunch at the Loboc River costs about PHP 400.00 per head. If you feel like touring the countryside or going scuba diving, a rate of PHP 1,500.00 to PHP 3,000.00 should be expected.

Other Fees and Taxes: PHP 20.00 to PHP 50.00
When dining at restaurants, tipping is no longer expected since most restaurants already include a service charge. But if you feel like leaving tips, a PHP 20.00 or a PHP 50.00 note is already enough.  

Day 1
8:00 AM Arrive in Tagbilaran City.
8:30 AM Check in at the hotel if the option is available. Otherwise, leave your stuff at the front desk so you can proceed with the day’s activities.
9:00 AM Have breakfast at The Buzzz Café located at the Island City Mall. Try their honey glazed ham sandwich, or their squash muffin.
10:00 AM Visit the Blood Compact Monument.
11:00 AM Visit the National Museum.
12:30 PM Head over to Loboc for the Loboc River cruise, and have lunch at the floating restaurant.
2:00 PM Visit the Loboc Church.
3:00 PM Visit the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary in Corella.
4:30 PM Visit the Baclayon Church.
6:00 PM Return to Tagbilaran City and have early dinner at Payag Restaurant.
8:00 PM Enjoy Tagbilaran City’s nightlife with live entertainment at Martin’s Music Restobar.
11:00 PM Retire for the night.

Day 2
7:00 AM Leave Tagbilaran City for Panglao Island.
8:00 AM Visit the Our Lady of Assumption Cathedral.
9:00 AM Have breakfast at the Dauis Pilgrim & Heritage Center.
10:00 AM Head over to Hinagdanan Cave for some thrilling spelunking.
12:00 PM Head over to Alona Beach and enjoy lunch at either Giuseppe’s, L’Elephant Bleu, or at CU Biergarten if you’re up for some German fares.
1:30 PM Enjoy swimming at the Alona Beach. Go island hopping or even scuba diving.
5:00 PM Head back to Tagbilaran City.
6:00 PM Enjoy sumptuous dinner at Gerarda’s in JS Torralba Street.

Day 3
7:00 AM Have breakfast at the Garden Café.
8:00 AM Go to Bilar to visit the Bilar Forest.
9:00 AM Go to the Chocolate Hills Main Viewpoint in Carmen.
10:30 AM Head back to the hotel to prepare for check-out.
11:30 AM Check out of the hotel and have lunch at The Prawn Farm.
1:00 PM Go souvenir shopping.
2:30 PM Head to the Tagbilaran Airport.
3:30 PM Depart Tagbilaran for Manila.
5:30 PM ETA in Manila

Local Weather
It is warm and dry in Bohol for the most part of the year, while the wet season happens from August to January. On average, the temperature at daytime is 28 degrees Celsius, while it is 25 degrees Celsius at night.
Make sure to bring light and breathable clothes when you visit the province. Don’t forget to pack a light jacket or scarf to keep you warm during the unusually cool nights.

Almost all municipalities in Bohol have their own hospitals and health care facilities, so seeking medical attention wouldn’t be a problem. The bigger and more advanced hospitals, however, are found in Tagbilaran City.
There are a number of pharmacies and drug stores around the province as well, so getting medication is hassle-free. But it’s best to bring your own medicine, especially if you have certain medical conditions.

Bohol is a safe and peaceful city, though that does not discount the possibility of small and petty crimes from happening. Always be alert and vigilant. Keep your valuables safe, especially in public and crowded places. Avoid wearing excessive jewelry in order to avoid attracting attention. Also, while Filipinos are friendly and hospitable, be suspicious if the situation gets too good to be true.
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