Villa Anita

Tawala, Bohol, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Bohol


A travel blog entry by david_irina


... 1103; убеди 83;ись, когда смотр 77;ли на "Шокол 072;дные холмы", и катал 80;сь по реке Лобок.


Bohol to Cagayan de Oro

A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach


... Therefore our friends felt the bus was an unsafe option, so we caught a van to the port with 14 others plus the driver. Better safe than sorry! Once at the port we then prepared ourselves for an overnight ferry crossing. Our friends had booked tourist seating as rooms were more comfortable and less crammed compared to economy, we were grateful for their knowledge and advice. Our new friends have really looked after us, it has been wonderful getting to know them! Once at the ...

Island Hopping

A travel blog entry by frawldog


... everywhere. This was quite amazing. The island of Pamilican has about 1,200 residents and is very small. There are not very many great beaches for sand. I did find
a spot to lay out and get a tan and relax in the sun. On the way back to Panglao, we did one stop
for about 30 minutes at a place they call Virgin Island, but it has another official name. Virgin Island is about 200 Meters long by about ...

Tarsiers and world class wreck diving!

A travel blog entry by lucyhelliwell

... of coconut wine getting ******!  Then we had a walk through a village in the mangroves, all the wooden shacks/homes are on stilts above the mangrove swamp. It was like going back in time with women scrubbing clothes on metal washboards, kids playing with a wheel, rolling it down a path with a stick. Everyone said hello and a group of guys offers for us to go and drink with them (bottle day!).  Later we bumped in with andy and had a burger and chips with him, then made our way ...

Find Your Island Paradise in Bohol, Philippines

A travel blog entry by travelmpq


... the native Filipinos, one that hearkened back to the “blood brothers” ceremony of the Native Americans. Unfortunately for the local people, the Spanish colonizers gave as much
credence to the treaty as Custer’s cavalry gave to pacts with the Sioux. A huge bronze sculpture depicted the ceremony on the site of the treaty, a cautionary tale for
indigenous peoples.

Our next stop was at a small viewing site for the all-but-extinct Tarsiers, ...


This hotel, located on Tawala, Bohol, is near Loboc River Cruise and Mahogany Forest.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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