Alona Vida Beach Resort

Address: Alona Beach, Panglao, Visayas, 6340, Philippines | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Alona Beach, Panglao, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Panglao

      Spring Break- Philippines style

      A travel blog entry by senorita-tes on Mar 30, 2014

      1 comment, 41 photos

      Before this week, I did not know much about the Philippines. I did not know that Manila (the capital) is basically located on an active volcano. I did not know that the Philippines is made up of over 7,000 islands. I did not know that smallest primate is native to the Philippines. I definitely, did not know how stunning the beaches would be. You …

      Philippines - Panglao & Chocolate Hills

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 11, 2014

      55 photos

      ... after WWII, the hanging bridge´s original purpose was to help the local residents transport their farm and livestock products across the Sevilla River. Nobody really expected for it to become the fun tourist attraction that is nowadays.

      Later we kept on driving until we reached the Loboc Tarsier Conservation Area where we could spot the above mentioned creature in the “wild” or let´ in its natural habitat. The park entry fee was PHP 60 and PHP 50 for students. The ...

      Whale shark watching at Oslob

      A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086 on Mar 28, 2014

      ... special and sacred church to the Filipinos, we never would have found it on our own as it was in the middle of nowhere! It was really good to be shown around be local people who could explain everything to us and our driver and his wife were obviously very devout Catholics and I could tell the church meant a lot to them. We saw wheel chairs and crutches inside big glass frames, our driver told us that these were from people who had prayed to 'Mama Mary', as he called her and been ...

      Bohol

      A travel blog entry by burles on Jan 10, 2014

      4 photos

      ... 120 meters. They are called chocolate because in dry season their vegetation dries up to a brown colour. The way to the hills was a bit confusing. After the earthquake a number of buildings and bridges we ruined, so we had to take a pretty long detour. Along the way, we stopped at a bakery in a small village and ate way too many pastries (for a total cost of a dollar). We pretty much sampled every single item that they sold. We also had delicious fried chicken at ...

      Chasing Sea Turtles

      A travel blog entry by kaleidoscoper on Apr 29, 2013

      4 photos

      ... allowed to go in, or so our boatman told us).

      My Pa and I climbed out the boat and snorkeled for some time, careful not to go too far from our banca.

      Then, that's when I started to get dizzy. My stomach seemed to dance with the waves and tip upside down that I hastily removed my mask and snorkel and called for help from the boatman so I could climb back on the boat.

      I was able to clamber back on board, but I still felt dizzy. It didn't ...