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i love bohol...everywhere u look---its pure nature... panglao---nice beach jud.. very peaceful ang life.. naa pud gamay nga night life sa tagbilaran... its a small ...

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    i love bohol...everywhere u look---its pure nature...
    panglao---nice beach jud..
    very peaceful ang life..
    naa pud gamay nga night life sa tagbilaran...
    its a small place pero it has a lot to offer...

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    yah ur ryt.......so ad2 nya mo ni fiesta....

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    Quote Originally Posted by botyok
    yah ur ryt.......so ad2 nya mo ni fiesta....
    when man ang fiesta sa inyu? ky basin maka anha ko...dili nako mag lisod og pangita asa kaon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by botyok
    Quote Originally Posted by DuaneKier
    i need help soon when i go home mo anha jud ko diha! tagae nya ko idea ninyo ha unsa ako sakyan og asa ko stay nga duol sa beach nya maka save sad ko w/ nice nga accomodation! mahal ba na bayad sa boat if magda og car? how much man pud back and forth unsay papers dad-on? plss give me idea kay i have a room mate here in Taiwan nag vacation siya diha last Feb. 16 - 19 with her GF iya na damage P11T dako kuno gasto basta mag rent og service! please give me idea guys and gals... Thanx


    sure....wen man ka mo ad2 sa bohol?ako ika advice noh` ayaw mo pag paila nga tourist mo kay mo take advantage man gud nang uban...u knw na...basta msg us lang regarding dat matter...k? we will help u..total daghan man taga bohol nga naa diri sa istorya
    segi bay ha ill expect that

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    if u want to knw more about "bohol" just visit this site
    http://www.bohol.ph/





    question: where to stay in bohol?
    answer: a lot of places....if u want to knw more just visit the site...


    Maayong pag abot sa Bohol!
    Welcome to Bohol, One of the most attractive tourist destinations in the Philippines. We heartily invite you to visit and discover Bohol yourself, and offer you this website as a foretaste...

    See you in Bohol!

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    Panglao Island
    Panglao Island is a small coralline and limestone island, located off the southwestern tip of Bohol. It is connected to Bohol by two bridges. It has an area of square kilometers, divided between two municpalities, Panglao in the southwest, and Dauis in the northeast.

    Most divers, will probably select the white-sand Alona beach as their base and starting point for diving tours.

    Kalipayan
    Kalipayan at a Glance
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    Difficulty easy
    Where Just off Alona Beach.
    How to get there 6 minutes by banca from Alona Beach.
    Average depth 10m
    Maximum depth 20m

    Kalipayan is the house reef of Alona beach, also known as the "Happy Wall". You can go there by banca, but it is just as easy to swim there from the beach. The conditions are normally calm, without currents, and a visibility of upto 25m. The wall starts at about 3m, and drops down to about 20m, and has soft and colorful coral heads, sea fans, small groupers and juvenile barracudas.

    Arco Point
    Arco Point at a Glance
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    Difficulty easy
    Where At the center of the southeast side of Panglao Island.
    How to get there 12 minutes by banca from Alona Beach.
    Average depth 10m
    Maximum depth 25m

    Located near the exclusive Bohol Beach Club, Arco Point is also known as the "Hole in the Wall" because there is a vertical funnel which you can enter at 9m and exit at 18m. Along the short wall, you can come across small groupers, trigger fish, wrasse, butterfly fish, sea snakes and moray eels. The conditions are normally calm, with little or no current, and a visibility of upto 30m.

    Pungtud Wall
    Pungtud Wall at a Glance
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    Difficulty normal
    Where The south west side of Pungtud Island, 3 km south west of Panglao Island
    How to get there 35 minutes by banca from Alona Beach.
    Average depth 10m
    Maximum depth 20m

    Pungtud wall is a beautiful coral garden, which starts at 2 meters, and slopes down to about 20 meters. You'll need a banca to bring you here, but it is great for snorkelling as well as for diving. Although currents can be strong, you will normally only go there when conditions are calm. There are good soft, leathery and stony corals with lots of small fish, sea cucumbers, sea urchins, and sea stars, angelfish, pufferfish, butterflyfish, wrasse, and anemones with anemone fish.

    Duljo Point
    Duljo Point at a Glance
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    Difficulty normal
    Where The southwest point of Panglao Island.
    How to get there 35 to 50 minutes by banca from Alona Beach. The trip will go along the southwest end of Panglao Island. At low tide, the banca will have to pass outside the reef, which will add 15 minutes to the trip.
    Average depth 20m
    Maximum depth 35m

    Duljo Point is the southwestern point of Panglao Island. Although normally calm, this site can be rough with strong currents. Normally, divers will make drift dive here along the edge of a sandy slope at about 10 meters to a drop off down to 40 meters. The wall is covered with sponges, colorful corals, soft corals, and large sea fans. Because of the strong current, large pelagic fishes such as surgeon fish, jacks, bat fish, and trigger fish can be seen, while you also might come across squid and the occasional reef shark.

    Napaling
    Napaling at a Glance
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    Difficulty normal
    Where At the center of the northwestern side of Panglao Island.
    How to get there 45 minutes to 1 hour by banca from Alona Beach. The trip will go along the southwest end of Panglao Island, rounding Duljo Point before going northeast to Napaling. At low tide, the banca will have to pass outside the reef, which will add 15 minutes to the trip.
    Average depth 15m
    Maximum depth 30m

    Napaling can boast a wonderful coral garden, that is ideal for underwater photographers and snorkellers. A dive here normally starts at about 5 to 7 meters, and then drops to about 20 to 30 meters, drifting along the wall. The overhangs are spectacular and you will come across some small caves with soldierfish and squirrelfish. Occasionally whitetip reef sharks are spotted here, and there are a number of moray eels and scorpionfish. The wall has some very large table corals and plenty of anemones those funny anemone fishes. The conditions are normally calm with some current, although they can be strong during spring tides; the visibility is up to 30 meters.

    Cervera Shoal
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    Difficulty normal
    Where Some 9 kilometers southeast of Alona Beach, roughly between Panglao and Pamilacan.
    How to get there 50 minutes by banca from Alona Beach.
    Average depth 15m
    Maximum depth over 60m

    Cervera Shoal, is also known as "Snake Island" or "Spagetti Shoal". The shoal gets its name from the large number of balck-and-white-banded sea snakes that can be seen here. Don't expect to see corals here, but it does makes a nice dive, with a good change to see a sea snakes and large pelagic fish.

    Balicasag Island
    Some six kilometres to the southwest of Duljo Point, Panglao, lies Balicasag Island. With its area of about 25 hectares, you can walk all the way around it in about 45 minutes. The island itself is pretty much as you would imagine a deserted tropical island: a flat, circular island covered with palm trees and flowering bouganvillea, and surrounded by a white beach, however, you can get there by banca in about 45 minutes from Panglao. It isn't deserted also. The local community consists of about 100 families. Most are fishermen, but many nowadays also earn a living by collecting shells to sell to tourists. On the middle of the island, you'll find a small lighthouse tower. There is a single resort on the island, aptly named Balicasag Island Dive Resort. It covers about 1.5 hectares on the south side and has 20 traditional-style bungalows lining the beach.

    Around Balicasag Island, you'll find some of the best diving locations in the Philippines. Just in front of the resort, on the south side of the island is also some 400 meters of successfully protected marine sanctuary.

    Southwest Wall or Rico's Wall
    Rico's Wall at a Glance
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    Difficulty normal
    Where Southwest of Balicasag Island, about 6 kilometers southwest of Alona Beach.
    How to get there 45 minutes by banca from Alona Beach.
    Average depth 15m
    Maximum depth 50m

    Rico's Wall has a wonderful coral garden on a shelf from 7 meters to 11 meters. At the edge of the coral garden is a wall that drops down to about 35 meters. In the coral garden you can find a bounty of nudibranches, sea stars, crinoids, hydroids, all types of smaller reef fish, anemones with clownfish, and of course a rich variety of soft, leathery and stony corals. On the reef edge, you can come across shoals of fusiliers, jacks, snappers, bannerfish, pennantfish, moorish idols, anthias, and chromis.

    Diving down the wall, which includes a number of small caves and overhangs, you can see lionfish and moray eels, among other. Huge gorgonian sea fons, barrel sponges, basket sponges crinoids, and elephant ear sponges decorate the wall in abundance, while, if you are lucky, a grey or whitetip reef shark, barracuda can suddenly appear out of the blue.

    When you reach the eastern end of Rico's wall, you can continue your dive on Rudy's rock.

    Southeast Wall or Rudy's Rock
    Rudy's Rock at a Glance
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    Difficulty normal
    Where Southwest of Balicasag Island, about 6 kilometers southwest of Alona Beach.
    How to get there 45 minutes by banca from Alona Beach.
    Average depth 15m
    Maximum depth 50m

    Rudy's rock is much the same as Rico's Wall. Both sites are actually connected. Here you also have a chance of coming across large green turtles, who frequent this location, and also run into a huge shoal of big eye trevally. They will circle around you for some time.

    Northeast Slope or Black Forest
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    Difficulty advanced; novices should stay close to their divemaster.
    Where Northeast of Balicasag Island, about 6 kilometers southwest of Alona Beach.
    How to get there 45 minutes by banca from Alona Beach.
    Average depth 20m
    Maximum depth 40m

    The black forest is a steep sandy slope that reaches to a depth of over 40 meters. Starting in deeper waters, you'll find forests of black corals, and can find large groupers, Napoleon Wrasse, barracuda, tuna, snappers, and batfish. Going up, the black corals will end at about 30 meters, and in the shallower waters you will see a large variety of fish, and plenty of sea stars, sea cucumbers, and colourful crinoids.

    The site is normally calm, but with a strong current, which makes this a fast drift dive. When the current is fierce, it can get rough.

    More to come...


    SOURCE: http://www.bohol.ph

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    pila rooms sa panglao

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    ^ mo vary man mga rooms didto...depende where ka mo stay...i've heard that u can stay in a P500/night accomodation...yet the cheapest one that i've tried was in tierra azul P1,200/night..

    for me, the best resort in panglao is Panglao Island Nature Resort..as in dollars lang pod lagi ang rates..the cheapest room nila is $250/night...as in clean and nice pod ang room and u also have ur own veranda. with sliding glass door facing the sea...nice! nice! nice! the facilities are superb!

    alona palm is also good...mura $100 man siguro to ila room..very clean pod ang rooms...dako2x pod ang pool...well maintained pod ang beach front.

    other than panglao, one should also try visiting sagbayan peak. in there one gets a different view of the chocolate hills coz one will see both the ocean and the hills unlike the view in carmen where chocolate hills lang puro though nice pod coz ma amaze man jud ka with the sight of those...

    luboc river, hanging bridge, man-made forest and the tarsier are also some of the things that one shouldn't miss!

    naa pod spring sa valencia, nice pod didto...

    panggangan island in calape is also nice place for a short get away...it's an isolated place, very good place to unwind and just forget about the city life...di lang white sands though very clear pod hinuon ang water

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    Quote Originally Posted by raleigh_joan
    ^ mo vary man mga rooms didto...depende where ka mo stay...i've heard that u can stay in a P500/night accomodation...yet the cheapest one that i've tried was in tierra azul P1,200/night..

    for me, the best resort in panglao is Panglao Island Nature Resort..as in dollars lang pod lagi ang rates..the cheapest room nila is $250/night...as in clean and nice pod ang room and u also have ur own veranda. with sliding glass door facing the sea...nice! nice! nice! the facilities are superb!

    alona palm is also good...mura $100 man siguro to ila room..very clean pod ang rooms...dako2x pod ang pool...well maintained pod ang beach front.

    other than panglao, one should also try visiting sagbayan peak. in there one gets a different view of the chocolate hills coz one will see both the ocean and the hills unlike the view in carmen where chocolate hills lang puro though nice pod coz ma amaze man jud ka with the sight of those...

    luboc river, hanging bridge, man-made forest and the tarsier are also some of the things that one shouldn't miss!

    naa pod spring sa valencia, nice pod didto...

    panggangan island in calape is also nice place for a short get away...it's an isolated place, very good place to unwind and just forget about the city life...di lang white sands though very clear pod hinuon ang water





    [size=18px]yah ur ryt....a lot of choices......[/size]

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    I was in Panglao last December, spent Christmas day there. Alona Tropical had a grand Christmas buffet and celebration by the beach complete with fireworks and a loooooong exhausting program of tribal dancers. It was very nice.

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