Panglao Tropical Villas

Address: Danao, Panglao, Visayas, 6340, Philippines | Villa
 
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This villa is located on Danao, Panglao.
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    Travel Blogs from Panglao

    PADI Course in Bohol

    A travel blog entry by ekenny89 on Apr 30, 2015

    8 photos

    ... now and not enjoying myself. We eventually surfaced and I got a bit upset. Ned was good though and reassured me that I had good buoyancy and can dive well. Thank god that's over for the day! We went back to the scuba shop and arranged to meet the instructors later on for drinks as two of the guys had passed their Divemaster so part of their initiation is to wear a scuba mask and snorkel and they have to drink whatever is pored through it until they're ...

    Bohol

    A travel blog entry by karenfrances on Feb 26, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... through Tagbilaran City, we discovered the island's main mall Island City and across is a huge public market. I loved this market so much! There were fresh produce lined up outside the perimeter of the market and inside were seafoods and meat section. Mangoes, bananas, watermelons. Chayote, carrots, kangkong and petsay baguio. All sorts of fish and shellfish and seaweed. On the opposite end were piles of dried squid and fish. It was lovely! ...

    Bohol

    A travel blog entry by luciecox on Jul 19, 2014

    54 photos

    ... commit suicide after a while (they would simply stop breathing) because they require a lot of space to be happy (around a hectare per animal). The philippino tarsier is a very solitary animal, unlike the ones in Indonesia. Because of local behaviour, their population dropped dramatically and something needed to be done. Finally the government intervened and banned the caging of tarsiers and this sanctuary came to existence, with at first only 10 ...

    Bee Farms, Gardens and Grandkids

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Dec 20, 2013

    15 photos

    ... part of the reef, so anyone snorkelling there had to swim or go by paddle boat. Of course when back on the beach we were met by our captains family selling us souvenirs such as shell necklace, little starfish, a glass encased shell etc., and he also collected the environmental fee of 200 peso each (about $5). Who knows if any of that goes beyond the paddlers family. We hung out at the cafe of the resort there and had breakfast at the outdoor cafe, it still wasn't even 10 am. ...

    Bohol - diving & the chocolate mountains

    A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness on Oct 06, 2013

    26 photos

    ... even saw sea turtles really close up.

    After 4 days of school, Steph passed her diving exam with flying colours (despite getting 3 questions wrong in the exam), so we spent our last day doing the touristy sights around Bohol. First we went to a tarsier sanctuary. A tarsier is a teeny tiny little monkey with massive eyes and creepy E.T fingers. They are so cute and sleep most of the day. Steph wanted to take one home with ...