Friday, July 28, 2017

Alona Beach, Night and Day


Thanks to AirAsiaPH and Amorita Resort, I was able to experience the little Boracay of Panglao, Bohol.

Bohol is our home away from home, as my father was born and raised here.  And everytime we come to visit this province, a trip to Panglao is always a part of it.  We would always go to Dumaluan beach and when we were endowed to go to a resort that's fine and dandy, we would go to Bluewater Resort Panglao.



Now, it is considered as one of the top tourist destination in the country for its fine, white sand and shores fringed with coconut trees.

Also, it is the most developed beach strip in Bohol.  Lined with top hotels, hostels, BnB's and restaurants, tourists, both local and foreign, cluster around the island to enjoy not only the activities within the beach but also in the waters of Bohol and its neighboring islands.


Typical day scene at Alona beach, the boats standing by for island tours, diving and other water activities.


Night time scene is busier and louder as more bars open and music adds to the party vibe, hence, it is likened to Boracay.







After all the fun and exciting activities, masseuse of locals are willing to give you the best relaxation on the beach, day or night.


If you don't have time to visit Bohol Bee Farm at Dauis, which I suggest you should, you can still catch their products such as thier original flavored ice cream, their pesto and mango butter and their cab-cab.


Pastel colored ice creams, in malunngay, dragon fruit, salted caramel and avocado.


This cliff at the end of the Alona is where Amorita is nestled.  That's my next story.


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