This was our last day in Bohol. For our last day, we decided to go around Panglao Island. Our first stop was the Dauis Church. There was not much to see there, so we didn’t stay long.

Our next stop was the Hinagdanan Cave. The cave had ancient drawings on the walls that were pretty astonishing. Towards the end of the cave, there is a beautiful lagoon. I have only seen lagoons of this kind in movies. Oh, by the way, don’t worry about not getting good pictures inside the cave. Surprisingly, the guides there know how to use a DSLR camera, and can even adjust the settings.

Our last stop in Bohol was the Bohol Beach Club. Since we were not checked in there and it was a weekend, we had to pay 500 pesos entrance fee (350 pesos of which is consumable). On weekdays, entrance is only 350 pesos, in which a part of it is consumable, too. Bohol Beach Club was all about lazily hanging out in the beach amidst white sands, clear waters, and sunbathing girls.

So, that my friends, concludes my three day adventure in Bohol. I hope I helped you plan your 3D/2N stay in Bohol. This is Mikey from dakilangbrodkaster.tumblr.com and a writer for ManilaReviews.com, saying have a wonderful trip and enjoy touring the Philippines!






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