Bohol province is one of the Philippines’ top tourist destinations. The resort I stayed at during my visit, Amorita, is located on Panglao Island and has an infinity pool overlooking Bohol Sea.
The peak tourism season in Bohol is from March to May.
Fishing is one of the main industries in the province.
Alona Beach has become very commercialized and is full of restaurants and bars.
On a clear day, you can see Cebu province off in the horizon. Traveling by ferry from Bohol to Cebu takes about two hours.
5 thoughts on “Postcards from Panglao Island”
Nice photos here, especially the last one. Seems you guys had the beach pretty much all to yourself. I trust it wasn’t cold?
Haha, not the least bit. The beach was pretty secluded. I highly recommend visiting Bohol. The hotels are very affordable, if you don’t stay right on the water. Thanks for the compliment.
That’s good. I’d never heard of this place before but that’s probably a good thing. Wouldn’t want too much hotels and development and hordes of tourists swarming the place, haha.
Beautiful photos! 🙂
Thanks, I appreciate it!