Bohol is one of the most famous islands to visit in the Philippines, and it's easy to see why.
There are many beautiful tourist spots in Bohol, from the famous chocolate hills to waterfalls, white sand beaches and hidden caves. Bohol is an adventurer’s playground!
You could easily spend a week travelling around this deceptively large island, which is the 10th largest in the Philippines. We based ourselves in Panglao for four nights to relax, take time to enjoy ourselves, and appreciate slow travel.
Moalboal Eco Lodge share a complete Bohol travel guide to Panglao, and all you need to know about south Bohol. We will tell you how to get to Bohol, how to travel around, the best time to visit Bohol, plus tips on where to stay and the best places to eat in Panglao. We show you 21 things to do in Panglao, to help you plan your perfect Bohol itinerary.
Siquijor Island, also known as the Island of Fire (Isla del Fuego) encompasses everything you imagine when you think of paradise. When I visited Siquijor, my first thought was “welcome to the Philippines”.
This off-the-beaten track hidden gem boasts white sand beaches lined with leaning palm trees, inviting crystal clear waters, and stunning jungle waterfalls to swim in. Siquijor is a mysterious island also known for its witchcraft, healing and spirituality, hence it's other nickname "the Magic Island"
Siquijor oozes charm, and it's beauty is partly due to the fact it's not overrun with tourists, despite there being the infrastructure for it. When driving around you will encounter an abundance of trees and jungle areas of all different shapes and sizes, a stunning reminder that the Philippines is a tropical Country.
There is a wonderful relaxed, laid back island vibe, people are warm and friendly, and everyone speaks excellent English making it easier to have a laugh and communicate.
Moalboal Eco Lodge share a complete travel guide to Siquijor Island. We will tell you 14 of the best things to do on Siquijor, the best tourist spots to visit, how to get there, and where to stay to help you plan your perfect Siquijor itinerary.
Lambug Beach, Badian is one of Cebu’s secret beaches, and a perfect day trip from Moalboal.
Located around 20 minutes south of Moalboal in Badian, this area is also home to the famous Kawasan Falls. Lambug Beach is a perfect place to relax after you’ve been canyoneering, or if you have spent a few hours chasing waterfalls.
A beautiful stretch of white sand, Lambug Beach has that quintessential Philippine vibe with coconut palm trees leaning towards the crystal clear aquamarine ocean. It isn’t very well known outside of the local community, so you could be the only tourists here. It’s paradise away from the crowds.
In a series of articles showing day trips from Moalboal, if topping up your tan on a white sand beach in the Philippines is on your bucket list, Moalboal Eco Lodge share all you need to know about Lambug Beach, Badian.
The Philippines is known for its paradise white sand beaches, and gravity-defying coconut palm trees leaning towards the ocean. Can you find this type of white beach in Moalboal?
Yes you can, it’s called Basdaku Beach but is known locally as “White Beach”. Catchy name right?
During your stay in Moalboal, White Beach is a great day trip, as it’s no more than a 15 minute ride from anywhere within the municipality.
In a series of articles showing day trips from Moalboal, if topping up your tan on a white sand beach in the Philippines is on your bucket list, Moalboal Eco Lodge share all you need to know about Basdaku White Beach.