The island of Bohol lies some 80 km to the south-east of Cebu City, and approximately 800 km to the south-east of Manila.
Bohol has its own small airport in Tagbilaran City, with several daily connections from and to Manila as well as Cebu. To Cebu there is also a ferry service, with several daily ferry and express fast craft services, which land and leave at the city pier of Tagbilaran.
Bohol, in the heart of Central Visayas, is the 10th largest island in the Philippines. Bohol is the Heritage Province, the eco-cultural tourism destination of the 21st century.
Aside from its pristine white-sand beaches and the Chocolate Hills, Bohol’s tourism assets also include centuries-old churches and towers, scuba diving havens, majestic falls and caves and historical landmarks as well as primitive and exotic fauna and flora. Different tourist destination sites have been developed by the Government to boost this industry.
The island is ideal for all types of diving. There are dive sites with gentle slopes, magnificent walls, a wide variety of marine creatures and limitless photographic possibilities.
To see the best attractions of Bohol, and enjoy more the beauty of the island and the hospitality of its people, you need to stay at least a couple of weeks in our vacation house and experience the life in Panglao Villa.