After the whole day Bohol Countryside tour, our tour guide brought us to
Panglao Island where all Bohol’s pristine beaches are.
Our accommodation is in Whites and Greens Resort in
. But before that we stopped by Bohol Bee Farm and where I bought spreads and organic bric a brac like crazy that I almost ran out of cash which is a hassle. (Tip: finding ATM in Panglao is difficult as there is only one ATM in the area and that is near Dumaluan Beach , in mainland Bohol ATMS are available in BQ Mall and Island City Mall ) Alona Beach
See I only found out about this now, but
Bohol has two shorelines - the more popular Alona and the more private Dumaluan. I must admit, prior to the trip I only knew about Alona Beach and Amorita but I am actually thanking my friends for choosing Dumaluan =)
We retreated early coming from a tiring countryside tour (see previous post).
But come morning ,I was amazed with a beautiful view of wide beach with white sand from Whites and Greens beach front. Gorgeous!
Though Whites and Greens is very chill and has beautiful shoreline, we took a daytrip to Bohol Beach Club which is a very short walk from our resort. BBC indeed has the best, cleanest beachfront in
. Day trip is 300 a day, consumable for weekdays. But for weekends, it’s priced at 500. Dumaluan Beach
Of course, how could I ever leave
Bohol without trying the buffet at Bohol Bee Farm?! (This deserves a solo entry!)
Lunching there is the experience but going there proved to be as excitng! See in
Bohol, especially in Panglao, public transportation is rare if not nonexistent. So you actually have to ask your resort to book you a private car to take you to one place to the next. But since I only wanted to have lunch with a friend, we rode the habal habal which is waaaay cheaper! And yes I am recounting this experience because it was my first time to ride a true blue habal habal or motorbike. And I enjoyed it!!! =)
Floral Salad is included in the best buffet ever, priced at only 510 pesos!
Bohol experience is far from over as the next day I explored Panglao's islands! Bohol is indeed beyond fabulous!