Summer Tropical Getaways – Off the Beaten Track!

Chocolate Hills Bohol


Found in the rich province of Bohol, this tropical Eden is the cradle of the world’s smallest primate – the Tarsier. A nocturnal animal with eyes as large as its tail is long, the Tarsier is at home in a town teeming with historical roots. One in particular is the Church of Loboc, the first built out of stone in 1602 by the Jesuits. Known as the cradle of the ‘Boholano soul’, Loboc carries with it the piety and traditional values of its esteemed locals.



Looking good enough to eat, 1,268 hills lie scattered throughout this geographical wonder in Bohol. Ironically, the hills are only chocolate brown when it is summer (and the grass dries), but a lush green during summer. This site has been declared the country’s third National Geological Monument for its scientific value and uniqueness, and has awestricken many with its unusual geological formation.

Bohol Beach Club

Bohol Beach Club

Panglao, Bohol

Bohol Beach Club is located in the island of Panglao in Bohol, Philippines. Bohol is in the Visayas region of the Philippines, approximately an hours flight away from Manila.

The resort is the largest in the island and boasts of the longest and widest private beachfront at 1.5 kilometers long.  There are 168 rooms and suites – with accommodations ranging from standard rooms to large and luxurious suites. Three restaurants serve local and continental fare as well as a pool bar and a beach bar.  Activities center around the three fresh water swimming pools, a game room, a tennis court and volleyball court as well as aqua sports activities such as kayaking and diving.

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