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Bohol Beach Club Bohol is nestled on the island paradise of Panglao and is the perfect haven for romantic getaways or a seaside sanctuary for beach lovers and scuba diving enthusiasts.
With its vast expanse of fine, powdery white sand beach that sprawl several meters off the shallow shores, Bohol Beach Club nestled in the island paradise of Panglao in Bohol is the perfect haven for intimate, tender encounters and romantic getaways.
Bohol Beach Club is two hours by plane from Manila to Tagbilaran airport. You can also reach it from Mactan by air in 25 minutes.. By fast ferry,Bohol is just an hour and a half away from Cebu.
Since you can’t bring along your home with you, we made sure you’ll feel safe and snug with our array of guest rooms designed to make you forget you’re home away for a while.
Bohol Island is reached by means of a short flight from Manila, or by ferry from neighboring Cebu. The Bohol Beach Club is 30 minutes away from Taglibaran City by car. The club is situated on a 4 km stretch of fine white sand, overlooking clear blue waters. Transport to and from the airport or seaport can be arranged.
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