ChARTs Resort

Address: Alona Beach, Panglao, Visayas, 6340, Philippines | Resort
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This resort is located on Alona Beach, Panglao.
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      Travel Blogs from Panglao

      Philippines - Panglao & Chocolate Hills

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

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      ... midnightWe took the ferry departing at 12.00 and it took us more than 3 hours to get to Tagbilaran. We arrived at the port of Tagbilaran at 15.30. There were a lot of tricycles waiting to take us wherever we needed. They offered to take us straight to Alona Beach (where we actually wanted to go) for PHP 200 but we wanted to take a jeepney so one of them offered to give us a lift for PHP 50 per person, but we negotiated and he finally agreed to take us for PHP 25 per person. Later ...

      Oslob bound , so where the hell is Oslob?

      A travel blog entry by roger_ramjet on Aug 23, 2014

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      ... same after a while. Oh, we the poor, jaded travellers !

      Eventually we arrive in Oslob and the conductor and driver are incredulous "Oslob? Are you sure?" they query as they continue driving through the town without even touching the brakes – most white tourists go directly to ‘Tanawan’ the actual site for the whale shark viewing, but we thought it unattractive to be in a township that has been overy-developed to serve tourist needs, so decided to stay in the ...

      Casa de la Playa and travel to Panglao

      A travel blog entry by imcandry on Jan 20, 2014


      ... I did the stairs!!! What goes down, must come up). Anyway, the waterfalls were lovely - there were about four levels of falls. Leo climbed to the top, but I didn't - a little too much uneven footing for my liking. There were a whole group of Korean students there at the same time as us, and they were having a blast jumping into the pool at the bottom of the falls. It was fun just watching them.

      When the winds blow in ...

      The Chocolate Hills of Bohol

      A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Apr 19, 2013

      10 photos

      ... t gone to see any, which in hindsight is actually a shame as they are quite beautiful. We arrived at a small hut on the side of the road and paid our 20 peso entry fee, being shown in to a large room with examples of all sorts of dead butterflies, large and small, information about butterfly mating, lifespans and habits and small glass display cabinet with lots of weird caterpillars crawling around, one of which was absolutely massive! They are very interesting creatures ...

      Washed Up and Washed Away

      A travel blog entry by on Mar 25, 2013

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      ... that the Australian TV Channel last night broadcast a documentary that highlighted an enterprise of the local aboriginal community and Indigenous Business Australia. They have built and now opened a luxury resort at the Katherine Gorge at a charge to clients of $650 per night. They showed us the resort. It looks quite good but has nothing like the splendour, for example, of the Amari Palm Reef Resort at Koh Samui that cost us an extravagant (for ...