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.
Some people believe that food in the Philippines doesn’t have any identity, and that there are no “local Filipino dishes”. They are wrong, or at the very least they are mistaken, because Filipino Food has been dubbed “the next big thing in the Culinary world”.
Colonised by Spain for 333 years, Filipino food draws influences from Spain as well as Asia, and locals know how to put their own spin on a dish.
Pork lovers are in for a treat, as this meat is found in a variety of dishes, and people with a sweet tooth will also not be disappointed.
Without any further ado, Moalboal Eco Lodge share our list of the must-try Filipino Food in Cebu, Philippines.