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Roman Empire Panglao Condotel

Roman Empire Panglao, Panglao, Philippines

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Bohol-Panglao International Airport

panglao airport

Bohol-Panglao International Airport

TawalaTourist Police Station

Police Station, Tawala, Alona Beach Road, Panglao, Philippines

TawalaTourist Police Station

Tawala Elementary School

Tawala Elementary School, Panglao, Philippines

Reusora cafe

Reusora Cafe, Panglao, Central Visayas, Philippines

Henann Resort Alona Beach, Bohol, Alona Beach Road, Panglao, Philippines

Henann Resort Alona Beach, Bohol, Alona Beach Road, Panglao, Philippines

Sunset Grill, Panglao, Philippines

Sunset Grill, Panglao, Philippines

BE Grand Resort, Bohol, Panglao, Philippines

BE Grand Resort, Bohol, Panglao, Philippines

BE Grand Resort, Bohol, Panglao, Philippines

Panglao Regents Park Resort, Panglao, Philippines

Panglao Regents Park Resort, Panglao, Philippines

Alona Beach Well known under Diver is the famous “Alona Beach” of Panglao Island with its famous diving spots and also regular Tourists visit Bohol and Panglao Island for relaxing and pleasure during holiday times more and more as well as here are already many permanent residents from foreign countries who enjoy living in Bohol and Panglao Island. So its easy, making friends here, because life goes easy and still is very affordable.
Alona Beach
Chocolate Hills Chocolate Hills Bohol is one of the island provinces in the Philippines which has the Chocolate Hills as its signature attraction. The hills are spread over municipalities of Carmen, Sagbayan and Batuan and consists of approximately 1,268 hills with heights ranging from 40 to 120 meters. Formed centuries ago by tidal movements, the Chocolate Hills are considered as a Philippine National Geological Monument. During the summer, the dome-shaped grass covered limestone hills dry up and turn brown, transforming the area into seemingly endless rows of chocolate "kisses". Two of the highest hills in the vicinity of Carmen, some 55 kms from Tagbilaran City, have been developed into a resort with cottages and amenities. It has a viewing deck where one can have a panoramic view of the similarly shaped mounds of hills around.
Chocolate Hills
Loboc Cruise River The cruise along the river starts from Loay Bridge which is 20 kilometers from Tagbilaran City. A motorized boat or a floating restaurant will take passengers upstream passing by nipa (palm tree) vegetations, coconuts and other tropical flora. There is a brief stop at Busai Falls before returning downstream to the Loboc bridge. The floating restaurant is basically a platform mounted on two "bancas" (canoe) with a roof and pushed from behind by a small motor boat. Fresh seafood and other tasty native dishes are served. The entire boat ride takes 45 minutes and is a relaxing and cool ride which usually starts at noon time. On board is a male entertainer who has a repertoire which includes Spanish, Visayan, and other popular songs of the 60's, 70's and 80's.
Loboc Cruise River
Baclayon Church Also known as the Immaculate Conception Parish Church, it was built by the Jesuits in 1596 and is the oldest stone church in the Philippines. It is located in the town of Baclayon, six kilometers from Tagbilaran City. The massive edifice still retains its century-old architectural design. The external and internal portions of the church used to have various interesting relics and artifacts, but most of which have now been placed at the Baclayon Museum. The museum is located inside the convent on the right side of the church. It contains a rich collection of religious art, ecclesiastical vestments, librettos of Church music printed in Latin on animal skins, and other priceless relics and artifacts dating back to the early 16th Century. The Church was declared as a National Historical Landmark in 1994.
Baclayon Church
Tarsiers The tarsier is an unusual mammal that lives in southeast Asia, in rainforests and bamboo forests in the Philippines and Indonesia. Bohol is best known for its tarsiers and can also be found in Samar, Leyte, and Mindanao. The tarsier is very small animal and is one of the smallest known primates, no larger than an adult man's hand. The species is believed to be about 45 million years old and is perhaps one of the oldest land species. It is arboreal, spending its entire life in trees and travels by leaping from tree to tree. It sleeps and gives birth clinging to a tree trunk. Tarsiers cannot walk on land and they hop when on the ground. Tarsiers range from 3" to 6" long but their long tail adds another 5" to 11" of length. The tarsier's eye is bigger than its entire brain. It can rotate its head almost 180 degrees in each direction and has pads at the ends of each finger and toe that allow them to climb trees. Their diet includes insects, reptiles, and birds.
Tarsiers
Diving Bohol is an island located between latitude 9°30' and 10°15' North and Longitude 123°40' and 124°30' East. With a land area of 4117.3 square kilometers, Bohol is the tenth largest island of the Philippines, and lies in the middle of the Visayas. Bohol is surrounded by other islands on all sides, and is thus shielded from the typhoons that often occur in the region, as well as from the heaviest rains. Bohol is separated from Mindanao by the Bohol sea in the South and the island of Leyte by the Canigao Channel in the East. The Comotes sea in the North separates Bohol from the Camotes Islands, and the Bohol Strait separates it from Cebu. Most areas around Cebu and Bohol have house reefs, accessible either as shore dive or a few minutes boat ride from the beach. Day trips and boat dives give access to some of the Philippines most popular dive sites like Balicasag island and Pamilican island, with steep coral covered walls and schooling fish life. Other dive sites include reefs, wrecks and caves for beginner and experienced divers. Bohol specifically is known for abundant macro life, however the area gets frequent visits from larger marine life as well.
Diving
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