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Bohol Beach Resorts – Guide to the Best Panglao Island Resorts

Manual for picking Bohol Beach Resorts in Panglao Island

There are various hotels in Bohol for the most part in Panglao Island adjacent to Bohol territory. There are a few regions in Panglao Island where these are found.

Alona Beach, the most famous but ‘touristy’ territory, is a 1 kilometer long white sand shoreline, where you can discover Amorita, Alona Tropical, Alona Pyramid, Golden Palm, Alona Kew, Isis Bungalows, and other seafront lodging. Eateries and resorts in Alona are near one another. The shoreline isn’t as spotless or clear as Bolod territory however it is as yet an extraordinary white sand shoreline. From here you may go plunging or dolphin viewing in Balicasag Island Marine asylum or the many jump spots close by. Rates extend from PhP 2000-7000+ per room, useful for two.

Bolod Beach zone, in the interim, is a calmer 1.5 kilometer long white sand shoreline, home to Amarela, Bohol Beach Club, Whites and Greens, Dumaluan, and the upscale Eskaya Resort and Spa. Resorts are a long way from one another not at all like those in Alona shoreline. Bolod shoreline is extraordinary for swimming and snorkling as the waters are spotless, clear and the sand is exceptionally fine. It additionally has an incredible dawn. It is a jumpoff point to Pamilacan Island, play area of the dolphins. Resort rates additionally run from PhP 2000 – 7000+ per room, useful for two.

Different zones incorporate Danao region which is east of Alona where you can discover Linaw Beach and Dauis region where you can discover Panglao Island Nature Resort or Bohol Sherwood Dive Resort. Bohol resorts in Dauis region are normally situated on cliffside properties with incredible neglecting perspectives on the ocean. Be that as it may, the shorelines in the region are littler contrasted with those in Bolod or Alona. A few retreats in the region, aside from Panglao island Nature, don’t have a sandy shoreline however simply straight access to the ocean.

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