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Puntod Island: The Not-So-Virgin Island of Panglao, Bohol (By Suroy Pilipinas)

Puntod (or Pungtod) Island is an uninhabited white sand islet off the coast of Panglao, Bohol. Depending on where you take off, it is 40 minutes to 1 hour boat ride from the main land. 498 more words


Loay River Cruise: More Than Just a Classic Filipino Lunch

Is there anything more satisfying than having a sumptuous traditional Filipino lunch to satisfy a grumbling stomach after an entire morning of road tripping? It turns out that there actually is! 1,573 more words

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DIY Bohol -- Backpacking Minimum for Nature-Lovers

An infinite amount of lists tell you the “best” places to go and the “must-sees”. Usually followed with before-you-die. With a number of too good to be true travel guides, I guess it’s more important to ask yourself what kind of traveler you are first. 1,025 more words


Bohol Countryside Tour

Few months ago, I booked a flight to Bohol as my surprise birthday gift to Miles. But since I’m no good at surprises, I told him about it 2 weeks after when I had an idle time and got nothing to do in my field work. 860 more words


Chocolate Hills: Not Your Ordinary Chocolates!!

The Chocolate Hills are a group of unusually shaped hills located in the middle of the island of Bohol in Philippines. The Chocolate Hills are thought to have been formed as uplifted marine limestone was cracked by tectonic movements and then weathered away by water and wind. 25 more words


Hills, White Sand & Tarsiers : Bohol, Philippines [DIY guide]

Another way of reaching Bohol, is a ferry ride via MV Starcraft from the Pier 1, Port of Cebu to Tubigon, Bohol. From Tubigon, it will be an hour van-ride (80 PHP fare) to Carmen, the town where the chocolate hills has the greatest concentration. 407 more words