I like farms so to me it was a very interesting experience – full of learning too!
On a Sunday, we explored an island less than two hours of travel from Tagbilaran City… It was a day full of sun, sea and relaxation as it seems like we own the beach that day. 😍
We can never go wrong here since our gifts will be environment-friendly and we get to support our local entrepreneurs and artists!
Fried bees anyone? – Kidding. Fried bees or not, Bohol Bee Farm is still one of the most interesting places you can see in Panglao. Once in a while, I get to visit the place to eat but this time, I will be telling you about my tour experience at their place!
*Inserts “Foodie Song” of Boholano artist Joseph Gara.
Food always lifts my mood and if it does not, then there is something wrong with the food. However, Kew Hotel’s Filipino Buffet did not disappoint.
Standing tall in front of Tagbilaran Cathedral and city plaza, the museum is now ready for visitors. While there are still a few exhibits, it is still worth visiting! Let me tell you:
Why you should visit the National Museum – Bohol Branch…
“I recently visited a leisure farm called “Vita Isola” Spanish words for island life. They claimed to bring the ambiance and peace of island life in one space…Does it give justice to island living? Let’s look at what are in it then decide.
Imagine this: walking in a 500 meter boardwalk through the canopy of mangrove forest, their different roots intriguing, birds chirping at the background, in a wonderful morning.
That’s what we saw after breaking camp. Everything was perfect.
It’s probably more mystical than magical. But magical nonetheless.
I love kayaking and upon knowing about Kayakasia Philippines’ offerings at Abatan river Bohol, I know I must try it out.
Bohol’s Sea of Clouds – sea of low clouds that can be witnessed in the remote towns of Bohol. It was even compared to the so called “Playground of the gods”, Luzon’s Mt. Pulag. While many already visited, quite a number still have questions unanswered. This then are the answers from the locals!