Wednesday 12 June 2024 23:45:58 PHT

Reader Comments on 'Alona Beach'

Alona Beach, on the south-west of Panglao island, is a beautiful, well developed one and a half kilometer stretch of white sand.

Read full article...

Blue Freedom Apnea wrote:
Monday, 6 January 2020 12:17:43 PHT
There is new freediving school open in Panglao, Bohol. They are non-profit organization that offer AIDA and Molchanovs courses from beginner level to instructor level. If you want to explore Balicasag island in Panglao, you can also do fun dive with them. Checkout their website is . You can also send an enquiry to their enquiry page Send Enquiry. #freedive #freediving panglao #freediving bohol #freediving philippines
rachel wrote:
Monday, 10 February 2014 06:54:15 PHT
staying at alona beach and what to go on dolphin watching and see chocloate hills and tarsiers..any tour that is doing this
Diosa Ojao wrote:
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 18:52:15 PHT
Please forgive me about my word beatiful hehehe it is beautiful. I can't help myself to think and love to go back to Alona over and over again. Actually I am planning to be there on April soon because I can't deny the amazing experience that Alona can give. I also love Island hopping that's why I go back there. See you soon Alona...
Diosa Ojao wrote:
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 18:20:00 PHT
As I went to Bohol I saw that Alona is such a wonderful place for vacation. I can say that if you want peace of mind and a perfect relaxation, Alona is the best place for you. It is more beatiful than a noisy and crowded Boracay and it has kind and hospitable people that are willing to help and guide you there. I love Alona so much! I had memorable moments there and it is where I met the love of my life that I faithfully adore.
Diosa Ojao wrote:
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 18:19:31 PHT
As I went to Bohol I saw that Alona is such a wonderful place for vacation. I can say that if you want peace of mind and a perfect relaxation, Alona is the best place for you. It is more beatiful than a noisy and crowded Boracay and it has kind and hospitable people that are willing to help and guide you there. I love Alona so much! I had memorable moments there and it is where I met the love of my life that I faithfully adore.
Alona tour package wrote:
Saturday, 23 February 2013 00:05:44 PHT
PACKAGE TOUR .1 BOHOL SPEED /TOURS AND RENT A CAR.)OFFERS CHEAP BOHOL PACKAGE TOUR : COUNTRYSIDE DAY TOUR AIR-CONDITION TRANSPORTATION FOR BOHOL TOUR WITH LOBOC RIVER CRUISE LUNCH AND ALL ENTRANCE FEES PLUS ONE NYT DAY STAY AT PANGLAO RESORT BEACH FRONT AIR-CONDITION ROOMS: BOHOL PACKAGE DAY TOUR WITH PANGLAO RESORT BEACH FRONT ACCOMMODATION WITH FREE BREAKFAST Car (up to 4 pax) PACKAGE TOUR and 1N/2D panglao beach front resort air-condition rooms with free breakfast 2 pax P 1,550 / pax add 1000 with 1 nyt 2 days panglao beach front accommodation plus free breakfast 3 pax P 1,191 / pax add 766 with with 1 nyt 2days panglao beach front accommodation plus free breakfast 4 pax P 1025 / pax add 800 with 1 nyt 2 days panglao beach front family aircon room accommodation with free breakfast. DAY TOUR DESTINATIONS AND INCLUSIONS: > baclayon church and museum( one of the oldest church in asia) > python sanctuary > loboc tarsier (One of the smallest primate in asia) > BUFFET lunch at loboc floating resto > hanging bridge > butterfly garden > chocolate hills > blood compact site > man made forest > aproyana gift shop inclusion: * airconditioned transportation * entrance fees/ permit fees * rivercruise at loboc river * driver/ guide * loboc river cruise BUffet lunch. bohol cheap package tour for inquiries call or text 09219563096
Ray de la Rama wrote:
Wednesday, 22 August 2012 14:43:10 PHT
Kindly email room rates for September.

Sorry Ray, we cannot help you on this matter. If you want the know the hotels room rates, please do check on their websites or you can contact them directly. --Rodelyn

Analy wrote:
Friday, 10 August 2012 08:29:51 PHT
Hi were planning to spend our vacation wth my fiancee in this beach alona beach i just want to know how much per night to stay here for 2 person plz email me tnx....
Rizaleo Cabagnot wrote:
Wednesday, 6 June 2012 13:21:49 PHT
Do you have cottage good for 20 person including children so we can have our family reunion for two nights? How much is the rate if you have it?
Roger wrote:
Thursday, 10 May 2012 15:15:39 PHT
Alona beach is a place where people trow away their garbage. The beach is full of boats so you canīt swim there. I donīt know why anyone want to spend his vacation here.
Steve wrote:
Saturday, 10 March 2012 05:15:14 PHT
I stayed at alona kew beach resort. after paying over $100us for a room thay want 300php for a frige...
Melody wrote:
Thursday, 2 February 2012 22:12:58 PHT
Can anyone recommend what is the best way/comfortable to travel to alona beach from manila with 2 kids (4 years old and 1 year old) with 3 adults and good accommodation. We plan to go there sept/oct - is the beach still good at these months? what to do/ accommodation - children friendly such as babysitters or childcare ?
Benedict wrote:
Wednesday, 28 December 2011 09:29:24 PHT
Hi there! what is the cheapest dive shop and also the cheapest accommodation with aircon? email me please! thanks!
Grace wrote:
Monday, 31 October 2011 17:41:02 PHT
Want to ask if how much ang cheapest sa room for one night only. good 4 2 person.
auxie b. juan wrote:
Thursday, 27 October 2011 14:08:44 PHT
pls have a reservation for 6 adult and 3 kidsat alona beachfor oct. 29 oevernight..
Jessie wrote:
Saturday, 22 October 2011 23:04:41 PHT
Me and my family plans to stay 1 night at alona beach.. send me your quotes please. Good for 9 adults, 4 children (ages 5-10) and 1 infant. Nov 24 - Nov 25 (we'll be needing the place Nov 24 evening until Nov 25 afternoon, so technically just 1 night.) Send me your best cheap quotes. Thanks!!
Connie wrote:
Thursday, 13 October 2011 02:44:24 PHT
Please send me your room rate, we are planning to visit Bohol this coming December 14, and stay their for 1 week. probably 3adults. preparably the cheapest one for us 3. in one bedroom. thanks
Ana geaga wrote:
Wednesday, 10 August 2011 11:11:26 PHT
Hey, I want to know your rates for two, two days.
Christine m. Maniago wrote:
Saturday, 6 August 2011 10:33:54 PHT
Pls send me your rate for 3days ang 2 nyts.. thanks
elsa wrote:
Thursday, 30 June 2011 06:03:45 PHT
I would like to know how much the cost for 2 night family room.
Rhoda wrote:
Friday, 13 May 2011 21:27:52 PHT
Please send me ur room rates, we are planning to visit bohol this coming august, probably 12 adults and 4 kids. thanks
Elsa delos Santos wrote:
Friday, 22 April 2011 17:04:39 PHT
Good day and Peace be with you, il be arriving on the 2nd day of may,2011 , i would like to ask for one room accommodation, preparably the cheapest one ....only for overnight...coz we will be having our seminar workshop in tagbilaran...from may 3-5, so i decided to gop early so that i can visit the alona beach in panglao..thanks and more power God Bless
zura wrote:
Monday, 21 March 2011 11:31:16 PHT
ermmm can't wait to visit philippines again! miss the beaches sooo amazing
Nanay wrote:
Sunday, 15 August 2010 12:28:57 PHT
Are there water activities, like banana boat, parasailing, reef walking offered in Alona Beach?
XIAO wrote:
Saturday, 24 July 2010 14:49:57 PHT
For those who want to visit bohol ? just email me at , i can guide you . By the way , im xiao 23 yrs of age im a girl and i lived here in bohol .
Lora Mercado wrote:
Wednesday, 7 July 2010 00:43:49 PHT
Gud day, please i'd like to inquire about your room rates the cheapest one please E-mail me right away.. Thank you very much God bless...
Grace wrote:
Monday, 3 May 2010 16:40:44 PHT
My fiance and I plan to go on vacation in the Philippines and get married. I wanted a beach wedding and Bohol was suggested by one of my friends for that. Cebu and Boracay as I was told was over populated and such. If there is anybody who has done a wedding by the beach in Bohol any suggestion such as pastors etc, comments would be greatly appreciated. I have never been to Bohol and by looking at it on the websites it looks fantastic and the beach looks perfect for my wedding dream. Any help how I can accomplish it? You may email me at Thanks in advance!
dashly fate wrote:
Friday, 30 April 2010 17:41:00 PHT
hi!im dashly a hrm student,just wanna ask if tha alona beach offer any vacant position to be hired next year.i just want to experience to work in bohol tnx!
Michael Arosa wrote:
Wednesday, 24 February 2010 12:13:27 PHT
Hello ! my family is planning to have a 5 day vacation on the alona beach on last week of april 2010. we are 3 adult, 3 kids & 1 infant, can you pls advice or recommend us the best resort or hotels that is also affordable. pls send me also any promos or family packages that the resort is offering. tnx !
Tracy wrote:
Sunday, 11 October 2009 20:11:37 PHT
Halo, Me and my friend will be in Alona beach the end of this month but im wondering whats the weather like?
precy wrote:
Saturday, 25 July 2009 22:41:34 PHT
Hi, me and my family will be planning to spend our holy week to go to Bohol. Can you give me the cheap and nice hotel for a 3 days and 2 nights vacation? I have with me my husband and 2 kids age of 10 & 8. Pls. send me your package same with just a stay in hotel w/o package..tnx
Ian wrote:
Tuesday, 21 July 2009 13:04:51 PHT
what kind ofboat I want to ride going there in bohol? Can you tell me about the prices of alona beach, bohol tropics resorts, and panglao beach? I hope that you will send me about this question earlier.and can you tell me more beach resorts there in bohol? Last few months , I have visited bohol and then I wondered? I said Its so nice there? I hope I can buy a lot there coz I love nature .. BOHOL is full nature thats why I like so much.. I'm just waiting for your email about my question. okay ????
doy wrote:
Saturday, 4 July 2009 18:22:35 PHT
nice beach, but one thing regarding the boats they should be quayed or anchored at a designated area such that they will not be of great disturbance to the swimming area for the public. To some masahestas please beware of theme cause they will be asking after the service is done not to the pre-agreed price.
charry wrote:
Thursday, 18 June 2009 13:07:33 PHT
Hi, me and my friend will be planning to have a weekend vacation sometime this june. Could you please advise me on what best hotel or resort to stay that is so affordable? Kindly also send me some tour packages. Thank you so much.
charry wrote:
Thursday, 18 June 2009 13:01:19 PHT
Hi, me and my bf will be planning to go to bohol this month for 3 days and 2 nights. Could you please advise me on how to get to hotels from tagbilaran airport? Kindly also send me some packages. Thank you.
maricon wrote:
Monday, 30 March 2009 18:45:29 PHT
how much for a half day stay? just goin for a swim
nikki wrote:
Sunday, 8 March 2009 13:23:51 PHT
can i know how to get to bohoL? which airline, wt prices, and how to get to alona beach, also the resort prices.. thanks
dhang wrote:
Thursday, 19 February 2009 00:45:15 PHT
Hi, my husband and I are going to Panglao this May, can you please give me some info how to get there from Manila(prices included) and also som affordable room rates thanks
dhang wrote:
Thursday, 19 February 2009 00:43:29 PHT
Hi, my husband and I are going to Panglao this May, can you please give me some info how to get there from Manila(prices included) and also som affordable room rates thanks
modern_era wrote:
Monday, 9 February 2009 17:25:23 PHT
If you are planning to travel to Bohol and would like to get rid of the hassles of arranging the tours and trips and the hotel reservations, email us at and we will help you in planning and arranging your trips in Bohol to include countryside tours and island hopping. You may also ask advices from us on the best place to visit in Bohol.
Ali wrote:
Saturday, 31 January 2009 01:48:53 PHT
You can go to Alona Palm Beach Resort ( or Alona Kew White Beach ( We stayed at Alona Kew last 2007 and that place was great!
vangie wrote:
Sunday, 25 January 2009 20:54:08 PHT
hi, my family are coming to visit bohol this May 2ndwk. Can you give an affordable accomodation packages 3D2N with & w/o meals. BTW, i have 3kids all under 7y/o. thanks
ronald santos wrote:
Thursday, 1 January 2009 16:20:24 PHT
Hi, Can you give some price range of the room rates including the food and without. We are planning to go there for our honeymoon for about 3-5 days. Thanks Ronald
ronald santos wrote:
Thursday, 1 January 2009 16:19:46 PHT
Hi, Can you give some price range of the room rates including the food and without. We are planning to go there for our honeymoon for about 3-5 days. Thanks Ronald
Weng wrote:
Wednesday, 24 December 2008 06:46:17 PHT
we are coming to Danao Panglao this coming january. we are looking for a cheap hotel range at 400 or 500php, for 2 nights. we are 4 persons and we also need extra matress. If you have something to recomend,pls tell me.
Chai wrote:
Sunday, 7 December 2008 19:04:31 PHT
hi jing. bantog ra nawa ka diri.....
tat wrote:
Saturday, 29 November 2008 21:50:47 PHT
our team will be there by february 2009.. if you can send me info abt resorts and accomodations for group of 13.. thank u in advance..
jason wrote:
Monday, 3 November 2008 16:01:22 PHT
me and 3 of my friends planning to visit your place next year of february...i hope that the alona beach could give me an idea of room rates, and also we would like to see the different spots in bohol like choc hills, loboc river, tarshier sanctuary etc...hope to send me info on how will you arrange it for us in a 3days 2 night stay...thank you
Jhing Naval wrote:
Wednesday, 15 October 2008 18:56:04 PHT
hi there!.. i miss my place (Alona Beach) I am here in Dubai to work but still my heart left in Alona. For those people who wants to visit and wants to inquire about Alona you may send a mail to me as i am getting intouch with Alona KEW white beach one of the best hotels in Alona. for further info please send me a mail at thanks and god bless...
Chai wrote:
Wednesday, 1 October 2008 21:27:39 PHT
TO RODION, BAM & ERIC. You can try to visit : for your inquiries.. Thanks.
chai wrote:
Wednesday, 1 October 2008 21:25:46 PHT
TO NiN: text me at 09218003142
Nin Neri wrote:
Tuesday, 30 September 2008 21:31:40 PHT
I am Nin, a Tattoo Artist from Misamis, I would like to invite people to get a Tattoo from me, im planning to visit Bohol Alona Beach this October 2, 2008. I will station on the road near to Alona Beach. Kindly email me or text 09106755133. Thank You.
rodel pallera wrote:
Tuesday, 30 September 2008 05:15:29 PHT
Me and my family plans to make a holiday to panglao island, and i interested to know the rates of room in alona beach. thank you.. 2 nights and 3 days plan.
Rodion Albarico wrote:
Wednesday, 20 August 2008 05:06:25 PHT
Good day this is Rodion Albarico from Negros, but now I'm here in Netherlands and you know, I just wanna ask if how much the cost or rent the cottage or hotel inside there. Thank you.
Bam wrote:
Wednesday, 13 August 2008 00:51:34 PHT
Hello, just dropping by and checking if how much is the room rate of Alona beach coz were planning to go there this coming December, i like to inquire the rates. good for two and 1 person.thanks please email me. i really appreciate it
Eric wrote:
Tuesday, 5 August 2008 12:46:39 PHT
How much is the cheapest room in Alona beach for two person? Just the simple one without air condition. Appreciate it.
Harje wrote:
Wednesday, 9 July 2008 21:50:54 PHT
Me and my fiancee were planning to have our honeymoon at Panglao. And we were still discussing about what particular resort would it be for us to stay for 2nights and 3 days...And when I saw Alona Beach Resort, I was impressed because the place is really great!And I think they offered a nice services for their customers. I just want to know if how much does it cost to stay for 2 nights and 3days normally??I really have no idea..thanks!!!!
Sunshine wrote:
Thursday, 29 May 2008 05:49:43 PHT
I have been looking at the resort pictures of Bohol and I have to say they are gorgeous! I am planning a very simple and short christian wedding in Bohol with about 10 other family members and I was wondering if anyone can help me with regards to the venue and pastor. I want the wedding to be intimate and simple and to let the beach and sunset set the mood. Hope to hear from someone soon! Thanks!
Peter wrote:
Wednesday, 14 May 2008 22:35:34 PHT
Hello, how can i book these "Oops Cottages"? Iīm in Bohol at end of June. Do you think, rain season has started at this time and there is much rain?
Washington Lim wrote:
Thursday, 8 May 2008 15:13:04 PHT
Hi! I'm planning to visit Bohol and stay there for 2 or 3 nights, want to go to alona beach and enjoy snorkerling and visit chocolate hills. a nice place to stay, a nice good guide and reasonable price will be greatly appreciated. there will be 3 adults and 1 kid and will be there sometime on the first week of june.
Yanyan wrote:
Tuesday, 25 March 2008 14:08:44 PHT
I've read some of your comments and suggestions.. im a call center agent here at manila (chat and email support) and am planning to get back soon this MAY 1 for my hometowns fiesta hopefully...i am planning for a cheap but very well stimulated beach where i have to spend for a night. alona has been famous but to be honest, i didn't had any chance to visit the place even though i am a pure ud like to recommend.. pls let me know... ill be the only one to stress out all my worries and pain .... thanks
Al Tundag wrote:
Sunday, 9 March 2008 18:12:53 PHT
We're planning to have our reunion this may 30 - jun 1 in Panglao. We are around 25 people. We want to stay in 1 of the beaches at alona area. Can you recommend affordable hotels or resort?
ELMO wrote:
Wednesday, 30 January 2008 10:17:22 PHT
for any tours reservation/bookings.. just contact mr. elmo or go to this wsite
Lymz wrote:
Tuesday, 6 November 2007 13:53:24 PHT
Alona Kew is really nice. Actually the beach in Bohol is not really nice. So it is better if you're gonna stay in a resort that has also a swimming pool. I was there 3 years ago with my usband and parents in law. They really love it there. We're actually planning to go back again.
Sonny wrote:
Thursday, 4 October 2007 11:19:19 PHT
I just came from Panglao, 2 weeks ago. I stayed at ALONA CITADEL. about 5 minute walk from the beach, the rooms are very clean and the staff are very friendly. only downside is the shared Bathrooms. Very Clean Bathrooms though. the price I paid was P.640/night dbl occupancy. you can get a cheaper room for P.100 less, for a Fan room, rather than Air conditioned room, but at this time of the year... I can do w/out a/c.
Carrie wrote:
Thursday, 20 September 2007 18:12:44 PHT
I'm currently staying at Alona Beach and can recommend Peter's House, which is less than $10 per night and very nice. Share bathroom though (albeit very clean). If you prefer a private bathroom, try Hayahay which is affiliated to Peter's House, but a more upmarket option. Both are run my Genesis Divers, an excellent dive operation if you're into that, who offer discounts to divers. Check the Genesis website at for accommodation pices, prices and options. Hope this helps, Carrie.
Candy wrote:
Wednesday, 19 September 2007 11:21:00 PHT
Hi! me and my husband is planning to go to Panglao this coming January. We want to book a nice but affordable accomodation. I heard of Alona Tropical but i think they're still a bit pricey. Is Oops cottage beachfront? Any other resort suggestions? thanks.
Abbey wrote:
Wednesday, 29 August 2007 05:53:38 PHT
my hubby and i are planning to spend a weekend in Panglao this September. i 'm inquiring regarding the rates of rooms and hotels. i would much appreciate it for a list of cheap but comfy accommodations in Panglao. thanks!
Alvin wrote:
Sunday, 26 August 2007 12:38:25 PHT
Hi I'm Alvin... im planning to spend my vacation in your resort.. problem is i dont know how to get there from the airport.... can i ask 4 a quotation. 3 days the most with room. Thanx.. more power
Alvin wrote:
Sunday, 26 August 2007 12:36:05 PHT
Unsaon pag adto dira s inyo beach resort gkan sa airport? Plan nko mg spent ug 3 days, pila inyong room rate? Palihug ug tubag. daghang salamat...
Teejay wrote:
Saturday, 14 July 2007 22:49:12 PHT
On the 9th of december, my sister and i will be off to Bohol for the very first time. We'd lav to stay @ comfy resort houses without overspending. please send me quotations of panglao's hotel resorts which are offering not so costly accommodations without sacrificing convenience and comfortability. Please do it soonest. thanks
Johnny wrote:
Wednesday, 23 May 2007 15:32:41 PHT
Alona Beach is a nice place. Its very lively on Saturday nights, lesser on Sunday evenings. Sleepy on weekdays. Food is plentiful in the evenings. There is not much choice during breakfast only 3 or 4 restaurants are open, and they're not cheap. There is a lot of choice for accommodation from expensive to low cost. Bathroom water is slightly less salty than seawater in all. White sand on the beach is abundant. Stray dogs are plentiful too.

There are too many boats on the water facing the beach.I think it is better if the boat owners park their boats on a cluster farther off the beach. Its an eyesore. I did not see any jet ski, sailing catamaran, banana boat and other water toys. Dive boats and dive shops are plentiful.

Ella Africa wrote:
Thursday, 26 April 2007 13:40:48 PHT
Please give me a quotation for three days and two nights. two adults and one child and three adults one child. Thank you. ELLA V. AFRICA
Roselle De Galecia wrote:
Wednesday, 14 March 2007 10:57:14 PHT
Good day!! i would like ask fori a quotation for 5days & 4 night accommodation with dives for first week of april. for 2 adults and a 9 year old kid. We are hoping for your reply as soon as possible
Mary Grace Carreon wrote:
Thursday, 1 March 2007 16:07:31 PHT
Hi, a pleasant day! I'm a boholana and we live here in Cagayan de oro city now.... I always been there to spend my vacation, and unfortunately i havent visit your resort yet...i wiil just ask something if how much money could i spend in going there because im in valencia,bohol?adn do you have any promotions or package for those who want to stay there?coz id like to visit in your resort,,,thank you
Coco wrote:
Friday, 23 February 2007 10:07:05 PHT
Hi, its my first time to go to Bohol. I need comparison between two resorts so I can finalise my booking. They are both in Alona beach. Bohol Divers & Ooops cottages. Kindly e-mail me the soonest cos I'm going there on Holy week. Much Thanks.
John wrote:
Friday, 21 July 2006 16:12:09 PHT
I stayed at Crystal Coast and unless there has been a 10,000 percent improvement this place is on it's last legs. No hot water, when there was water. A/C was not working in half the rooms as I changed rooms four (4) times before geting a room with working A/C. Pool had low tide (not enough water in it) Restaurant was always short on food. Did not have food on hand always going shopping. Rooms were dirty not well kept up. Over charged my credit card, I would not stay here again.

Sad this place goes downhill. I looked here two years ago, and wasn't much impressed myself; the location is great, but the design of the buildings lacks atmosphere. I've heard rumours the place has been sold to a new owner, and hope he will be able to improve it. A well-designed and well-run resort on this spot could earn a fortune.--Jeroen.

Casey wrote:
Wednesday, 12 July 2006 15:07:56 PHT
Hello there, been planning to know some of the beautiful beaches here in the Philippines...I want to have a beach wedding.. anyone can share some nice places(hopefully not crowded but a solemn one).thanks..pls do email me at thanks alot
Brenda wrote:
Thursday, 8 June 2006 14:48:05 PHT
I had a great time at Alona Beach last friend from UK want us to go back there again....Chocolate Hills are magnificent......climate is so good too...
Annie wrote:
Monday, 24 April 2006 16:54:41 PHT
Nice article! Me and my friends are going to Bohol this 25th of June. We would greatly appreciate if you could refer us a local, inexpensive tour guide for our daytour in the place. We plan to stay in Alona Beach and experience the whale watching in daybreak of June 26. Please send us contact number of the tour guide.. Many thanks!
Lloyd wrote:
Thursday, 30 March 2006 12:33:42 PHT
Well so far, the place is quite good, adorable, tne sands looks fine, the sea crystals so tantalizing.. as my complement to this... you will never found beautiful place that can overwhilm Alona kew beach...... I hope I got there sooner.... esp this summer....
Jim wrote:
Thursday, 9 March 2006 06:24:19 PHT
I will be going to bohol esp Alona beach, instead of Bora for the mere reason of less crowds and lots more Bora does not have.
Jocelyn wrote:
Tuesday, 17 January 2006 01:32:09 PHT
My fiance and I plan to go on vacation in the Philippines and get married. I wanted a beach wedding and Bohol was suggested by one of my friends for that. Cebu and Boracay as I was told was over populated and such. If there is anybody who has done a wedding by the beach in Bohol any suggestion, comments would be greatly appreciated. I have never been to Bohol and by looking at it on the websites it looks fantastic and the beach looks perfect for my wedding dream. Any help how I can accomplish it? You may email me at Thanks in advance!
Eliza wrote:
Monday, 9 January 2006 15:01:45 PHT
Hi! My family & I are planning to go to Alona beach in Panglao island this coming April. Any thoughts and infos re Alona Kew resort would be greatly appreciated. Also are there any other inexpensive yet nice place to stay that you would recommend? Tnx!
Ellie Victor wrote:
Tuesday, 27 December 2005 06:30:36 PHT
All your articles on Bohol, from the Chocolates Hills, to Dolphin Watching are very informative and would come in handy when we visit Bohol this January. We shall be arriving via Cebu. How far is Crystal Coast in Panglao from the pier? Would you know of an inexpensive local tour guide who can give us a daytour of the various destinations?

Crystal Coast is about 25 minutes by car from the pier in Tagbilaran. Ask around on Alona Beach for tour guides. Maybe some of the hotels have cheaper options than the booking office in the middle of the beach.--Jeroen

Steve wrote:
Sunday, 18 December 2005 01:56:19 PHT
Hi all, I'll be going to PI, ariving Jan 1. My pinoy friend/travel agent is recommending Alona Kew resort. Any thoughts and info would be appreciated. I am trying to make up my mind between this and a resort in Boracay. Have been to Boracay. BTW this is a great site. Thanks, Steve
Hayden wrote:
Friday, 16 December 2005 06:34:04 PHT
Hi, I am wanting to visit the Philippines and Bohol at the end of May/early June 2006. Is the weather ok in Bohol and the Philippines at this time of year, I want to go diving as well, is this a good time of year to visit? I see it is rainy season in June? is their increased risk of Mosquito Diseases at this time? Any help will be greatly appreciated...
Matthew wrote:
Monday, 28 November 2005 18:57:52 PHT
Bohol is a great place but, what makes it so nice is the people. They are so friendly and helpful. I plan to retire there in few years.
quennie wrote:
Tuesday, 22 November 2005 13:38:09 PHT
Hi there!been to bohol 3yrs.ago and were planning to go back there by january.Any suggestions of resorts in Alona or Dumaloan who are affordable? Tnx a lot!
TropicalGirl wrote:
Sunday, 6 November 2005 12:38:18 PHT
Re-discover the Philippines, go to Bohol! Lovely place, so much nature to offer, untouch, genuinely beautiful. If you happen to be in the island, never miss the beaches in Bohol, or you will regret it. I live in Bohol and in different cities in the Philippines, and to me, Bohol is still the best place to live in the Philippines..
Rogel wrote:
Sunday, 6 November 2005 10:34:50 PHT
I miss the time when Alona beach was so lively before the Abu Sayaff kidnappings. And the sea front was so clean. I hope you'll bring it back. Alona Palm Beach is so lovely but Alona Tropical has the best spot and one of the best resorts along the whole stretch. See you soon there.

Alona Beach was never affected by kidnappings, but the happenings in Palawan did reduce the number of visitors drastically. Back in 2001, it was really quiet. Since then, things have improved considerably. The beach now is lively again, and kept clean.--Jeroen.

Dina wrote:
Monday, 26 September 2005 22:59:55 PHT
Hi i am Dina and living in Switzerland, WHAT A MAGNIFIQUE PLACE TO RELAX, hope that i will be there soon :-)
Ngwa Joseph wrote:
Monday, 12 September 2005 22:45:24 PHT
The beaches are good looking. Veru nice for touristic sites.
Kelly Oka wrote:
Saturday, 3 September 2005 10:45:53 PHT
The best swimming pool in the world, doesnt chlorinate ur body. And why are the freshly riped mangoes so sweet here? PS im checking in tomorrow, dont 4get el sweet discount :)
Bryan wrote:
Saturday, 23 July 2005 09:37:09 PHT
Hi, I still remember Bohol being born in Bohol but raised in Manila I realy missed this beautiful island in such a white sand, blue water,and how realy relaxing when swimming.but for me there is no other beautiful place itself the God's Little Paradise, God Bless Bohol.
Mae Mar Edano wrote:
Monday, 20 June 2005 17:16:06 PHT
I am presently in Texas with my family...and God how i miss Bohol and its oh so beautiful,white,sandy,immaculate beaches and blue seas. I always think of the relaxing feel of the sea whenever I feel stressed and drained while working here as an R.N. and when I do it cures all the pain,sufferings and sacrifices that i feel...and still God is the root because He makes Bohol such a wondrous place!!!!
Graham Mcconville wrote:
Friday, 29 April 2005 20:35:18 PHT
Hi I stayed in Alona Kew on ALona beach in Noveber 04 and it was the best holiday i have had the place is beautiful and the people were very friendly it was so good i will be back there in May 05, Also there is few nice bars and on e that the owner was good guy you should check out Dave's flying fish bar and until May i guess i will have to put up with the nasty Scottish weather Thanks to Alona Kew staff Graham
Dennis Calipusan wrote:
Friday, 29 April 2005 04:18:27 PHT
I love the sea. It's one of the many things i missed about Bohol. Im now in California working here as an RN. I was born and raised in Bohol, i remembered just driving off from tagbilaran and taking a dip at such relaxing warm waters and fabulous white sands. These pics gave me back happy memories. Whenever im stressed, I just glance at Thanx so much.
Jason Unajan wrote:
Friday, 18 February 2005 02:52:52 PHT
I still remember when we had a field trip for my HRST class that Alona hotel and beaches are the best of all in Bohol... I loved the white sand that you could find it nowhere else...I wish I could go back to my homeland next year....
Charles wrote:
Wednesday, 9 February 2005 18:50:26 PHT
I miss Bohol, being born in Jagna but raised in Australia i really miss the fun in Bohol. I really love Alona beach, its more relaxing than Boracay and one big plus is there isnt a flux of busy tourists. My friends get envy every time i show them holiday shots or footage of Alona.
John wrote:
Friday, 4 February 2005 13:38:09 PHT
Why no photos of the rooms? the front desk? any other amenities in the hotel?

Alona beach is a beach, not a hotel. There are many hotels on that beach.--Jeroen.

Randy & Joy wrote:
Wednesday, 2 February 2005 00:53:49 PHT
It's a very wonderful place... The beach is so quite and relaxing, people are very nice and accomodating... It's a perfect place for Honeymooners... Just like what we did... My wife and I both enjoyed our stay there.:)
Grace wrote:
Thursday, 2 December 2004 12:54:26 PHT
We've just only returned from our visit to Panglao staying at Bohol Divers Resort. I was impressed with the cleanliness of the beach and the wonderful people. I feel like going back again!
Joyce wrote:
Tuesday, 23 November 2004 05:53:49 PHT
Yeah!!!!! dili na ako makahulat og dugay gyud sa among vacation diha sa Alona , Panglao karon nxt yr feb w/ my husband and his co-worker. I hope na mag enjoy to the max gyud kami diha. cheers sa mga kababayan ko!!!
Nadeth wrote:
Friday, 19 November 2004 13:10:05 PHT
If, nindut ang mag beach sa panglao, aw nuon nindut man zud ang tanan beach sa Bohol clear water hinlo pa zud..labaw na ug m adto mo sa beach sa albur...........
Dyeri wrote:
Monday, 15 November 2004 09:57:58 PHT
Tomorrow we'll be there wandering by the beach, strolling by the sunset, dining at your fine restos, touring every nice spots, visiting churches, swimming, snorkelling, and lie under the warm embrace of the tropical sun... all day long. in short, tumambay sa BOHOL.
Devee wrote:
Saturday, 13 November 2004 17:08:48 PHT
Our whole family will be having our Christmas Reunion this December at Bohol. I am the one in-charge of the accommodation and itinerary. Looking at your beach pictures, I am thinking of going in Alona Beach. Can you send me room sizes and room rates, amenities available,etc. Do you have room/cottage for 20-25 people? Hoping for your reply.
Eunice wrote:
Tuesday, 9 November 2004 09:12:36 PHT
As I look at the pictures taken from alona beach, i said to ma self that i wont waste ma time going out to places that it too far, ill just go directly to BOHOL and experienced the crystal water and the good accommodation in ALONA..nextmonth i and ma husband charles will be there..mwwaHHH!!! KEEP IT UP..
Helem Piollo wrote:
Wednesday, 20 October 2004 13:38:08 PHT
Lami gajud jamu ang Bohol........gimingaw nku jamo adto ba........I love you Bohol........
Kim wrote:
Monday, 18 October 2004 16:30:00 PHT
I plan to visit Alona beach. how much sea grass near the alona beach at december? is it possible for my kids to swim without Echinoidea near the beach? waiting for reply
Joselle wrote:
Thursday, 14 October 2004 12:47:14 PHT
Nice beach spot.. cool
Blessame Palapar wrote:
Wednesday, 13 October 2004 10:43:29 PHT
I like your that beach(Alona Beach) becuase it's very nice with Crystal waters and white sand.My mom and her co teachers vist your place to see the beach and restaurant.They are explore how the beach is beatiful with nature.I hope that my family and relatives will visit in your place to explore the beach and we're hanging out there.I hope that we're planning for the reunion next year in your resort.Please send me your pictures of beaches of Alona and Panglao Island on my email address.I'll visit in your place very soon.
Angel wrote:
Tuesday, 12 October 2004 11:23:29 PHT
How I wish I can visit Alona beach? To my parent please plan that next summer we will spend it at alona beach please.....regards ko to all the people of Bohol....
Jojo of b-mar,jagna wrote:
Saturday, 9 October 2004 13:08:38 PHT
Its my dream really to be in alona beach..maybe soon with my former classmates,CMM alumni batch 89..regards sa tanan.
Cathy B. wrote:
Tuesday, 24 August 2004 17:09:45 PHT
Hello! Greetings from England. In September, my family and I are planning to spend a few days in Bohol. I'm also taking with me a special someone and I've been looking for a nice accommodation. Thanks to Google, Alona Beach Resort's highly recommended. Please send me an information regarding your package deals and your booking policies. I would appreciate if you let me know ASAP, so I can plan my holiday. Thank you and hoping to hear from you soon. Best Regards...Cathy of Cagayan de Oro City.
Cathy B. wrote:
Tuesday, 24 August 2004 17:09:11 PHT
Hello! Greetings from England. In September, my family and I are planning to spend a few days in Bohol. I'm also taking with me a special someone and I've been looking for a nice accommodation. Thanks to Google, Alona Beach Resort's highly recommended. Please send me an information regarding your package deals and your booking policies. I would appreciate if you let me know ASAP, so I can plan my holiday. Thank you and hoping to hear from you soon. Best Regards...Cathy of Cagayan de Oro City.
Eighprill Biruar wrote:
Friday, 30 July 2004 18:56:07 PHT
hi! I'm really looking forward to have my vacation nxt summer in Bohol.. can have some info about the room rates Alona Beach resort offers?.. Thanks
Bien Benitez wrote:
Friday, 16 July 2004 14:40:52 PHT
Alona Beach is the coolest place in this planet. the shore is lined by white sand and the water have just the right temperature. If youre into nature then come to this place! The locals are helpful and friendly look for tess at alona kew hotel and ulyses of oops bar! Alona beach has provided inspiration for a series of my paintings. Hope u enjoy ur trip
Ruby Rivera wrote:
Sunday, 11 July 2004 13:44:44 PHT
Cant wait to be back in Bohol!!! I love Bohol!
Ning wrote:
Sunday, 6 June 2004 16:49:23 PHT
Hi. id like to ask for good package deals in Alona beach. I'm planning to take the Manila-Tagbilaran flight. How do I get to Ilona beach? Is there any arrangement from hotels/resorts for airport transfers, boat ride, etc. thanks.

You will have a hard time avoiding the people from the Alona Beach hotels and resorts when you arrive, but you may wish to travel to Alona Beach on yourself to get a better deal. Taxis are easily available, and if they aren't, you can call one (numbers on this site)--Jeroen.

Junalyn Kurath wrote:
Wednesday, 2 June 2004 02:10:26 PHT
Hi, I would like to know if there is Supercat fastferry from Nasipit to Bohol, and pls.inform me how much cost. We booked already in hotel, all what I like to know is how to go there from Nasipit to Alona Beach. Thank you.

You could try a search for "Nasipit Ferry" on Google. I did so, and found that Cebu Ferries connects from Nasipit to Jagna. From Jagna, it is a one-hour bus-ride to Tagbilaran.--Jeroen.

rene wrote:
Thursday, 20 May 2004 00:42:56 PHT
Hi jun, how was your vocation here last week? sorry we were not able to talk for a long time coz I also have a big group booking. hope to see you again here in crystal coast Resort and belated happy birthday
Sarah Chiu wrote:
Tuesday, 11 May 2004 11:34:10 PHT
Thank you Julyanne for your information. I have four persons to Cebu in end may 2004. Is the Alona Beach is opened for public? Can we have snorkeling in Alona Beach? Is there any reef? Any other attraction recommendation? Thank you very much My E-mail:

Alona Beach can easily be reached from a public road. In fact, all beaches, up to 30 metres from the high high-water line are government property, but often the only road to a beach is through somebodies property, who has the right to deny passage, or ask money for it. Your only option then is to use a boat, but even then you might be harassed on a 'private' beach.

The snorkeling at Alona Beach is great. Just swim out about 100 metres to reach the edge of the reef, at about 3 to 5 metres deep, then going down almost straight to over 40 metres. Many of the diveshops have snorkeling equipment for rent, but if you have it, bring your own.--Jeroen.

Julyanne wrote:
Monday, 10 May 2004 20:17:10 PHT
To Sarah Chiu, Supercat fastferry costs 430pesos one way Tagb-Cebu. Car transfer from Pier to Alona Beach is PhP 300. you may call 0919 757 3052 if you need help.
Jun of Quezon City wrote:
Tuesday, 4 May 2004 17:17:04 PHT
Our office is going to Panglao Island for a staff conference and R&R on May 12-16. We will be staying at Dumaluan Beach, but I want to stay behind to mark my 31st birthday on May 17 on this beautiful island. I'm so glad I got the information about Alona Beach in this site. I am seriously considering staying there for my retreat.
Mei wrote:
Friday, 30 April 2004 19:03:03 PHT
When I was there in our Silicon Valley office last March 2004, specifically in San Jose, CA, my colleague who is working there permanently, asked me some websites about Bohol. She's so enthusiastic about visiting God's Little Paradise. I'm glad I have your website. Thanks for updating it regularly and making it interesting! By the way, if you stay a little longer in Bohol, try to see some beaches in Anda like Dapdap beach, Basdacu beach, and others. You may also visit this very nice lake called "Na-kawa" (I'm not sure of the spelling). It's somewhere between Guindulman and Alicia, I think. My brother who's been there said that I would love it. By the way, I'm not from these places. My hometown's Mabini :-)
Ariel A. Sunico wrote:
Wednesday, 14 April 2004 12:52:52 PHT
How come it's only Alona Beach being featured here? What about the other beaches like Bohol Beach Club?

I wanted to take a look at a few other locations, but some wanted to charge me a 50 to 150 peso's entrance fee, just to walk on their premises. Well, that is fine with me, but not very customer friendly and I will not be able to talk about them here. A few other locations I haven't been able to visit, so I can't talk about them either.--Jeroen.

Lenlen of Hawaii wrote:
Friday, 9 April 2004 02:25:42 PHT
Please show more pictures/views of the exotic alona beach.
Jessielyn wrote:
Tuesday, 23 March 2004 12:31:33 PHT
wow!all i can say is wow this beach is very beautiful.
Nasir wrote:
Wednesday, 17 March 2004 10:35:19 PHT
My wife Cris and I visited Bohol and stayed at Alona Kew Beach Resort. It was so wonderful. We enjoyed our stay there. I live in San Francisco bay area and planning to go again in May this year. I love Philippines and the people.
jess wrote:
Tuesday, 2 March 2004 09:25:34 PHT
I really want to go again in bohol to visit a relative of mine there in Mabini...and also I really want to visit all the beaches there especially the Alona beach.Hope I'll be there soon.....
Bryan wrote:
Thursday, 19 February 2004 20:37:52 PHT
I am from Canada, I spent a week on Alone beach this past December, it was simply amazing. I went scuba diving with sea explorers, my dive master was Felix. He was a great dive master, look him up if you are diving in Alona. The white sand was majestic, I can hardly wait for my next trip back. I love the Philippines!
Namie wrote:
Wednesday, 11 February 2004 02:15:02 PHT
Hi, im Namie, am from Visayas but living here in Olongpo City already..i study in Leyte 'til highschool but haven't been there in Bohol, well, my sis been there already and she said is so really nice, i wish to go there someday..Bohol is near of the place where i grown up but its kinda lazy for me to go there by ma self.. so im hoping to go there with my sis, i can figure it out that i got a lots of fun.. imagine? thru that white sand? oh im sure i'll full asleep at the white sand... hmmmmmmm, pictures is absolutely perfect... good job!
Tony wrote:
Thursday, 5 February 2004 21:06:11 PHT
Gloria, e-mail me and we can go togheter. Been there, its beatiful.
Gloria wrote:
Thursday, 5 February 2004 17:59:13 PHT
I really want to go to bohol to those beautiful spots there. Sana friendly mga tao dun.
cher wrote:
Wednesday, 4 February 2004 16:29:55 PHT
im gonna take a 4 days vacation there in friends and i will stay at like to see the choklit hills and all the beautiful beaches in also visit a friend of mine there in sooo excited...see u mga boholanos this saturday..hope to meet new friends there!!
ray wrote:
Saturday, 31 January 2004 08:25:23 PHT
hi,i'm a boholano and i'm working abroad for the last 8 years,i did'nt know about this website when one of my collegue who is a half german/british introduce me about this website,she's been to Bohol many times than i do,it so ashame that a foreigner told me about my beautiful island,co'z the last time when i was still in bohol it was so quiet,no tourist but NPA booming,and I'm glad that the tourism at this time is booming,"good work,sano! I'm coming home for a month holiday this coming October and i will bring british and irish friends with me,i would like to know the price of a room and the training for beginners of scuba diving. thank you very much and hope to see you soon mga bol-anon!
Mary Newville age 12 wrote:
Saturday, 31 January 2004 05:53:55 PHT
My mom is from the philippines so we go there a lot. I've been to Alona Beech many times. I like it there is lots of resteraunts and fun stuff to do.
gerry wrote:
Thursday, 29 January 2004 19:30:25 PHT
we'll be there this coming saturday, jan 31, 2004... see yah!
Joanne Rama Salido- from cavite wrote:
Thursday, 8 January 2004 11:56:13 PHT
hello..... gusto ko sana mag bakasyon diyan........... sana samahan niyo ako.. masasabi ang ganda tlaga ng bohol............. regards to all people there!!!! mostly people from carmen.. mga kababayan ko...... pero sa totoo lang taga- carmen ako..
Sabrina (Maryland U.S.A) wrote:
Wednesday, 7 January 2004 04:28:53 PHT
My family and I (husband is Filipino) had lunch at Alona Beach and went down to the water for pictures, didn't stay overnight but I would recommend this place if your visiting Bohol its away from the city so the air pollution won't choke you as bad. We stayed for 3 weeks at Bohol Tropics and enjoyed the atmosphere and the staff are helpful and nice. I drank mango shakes everyday I was there!
mary grace b. santiago wrote:
Thursday, 1 January 2004 19:07:41 PHT
i went to alona long time ago,it wasnt like that yet at that time,i was with a religiouse group that time,,,now that i have a friend comming over,i decided to bring him here since he love the beaches..i want to know how much do we have to spend for the cottage.i love that place personally and u want to go back there,is saw that palce on tv, and wow!!!!! it was so nice and beautiful.please let me know how to get there and how much so i can accompany my freind to your place,,,more power and thanks...
Burl Chester wrote:
Tuesday, 4 November 2003 23:03:35 PHT
I have been to practically all dive sites in the Philippines, including all in Bohol, and the best that I can recommend to all divers of the world is Cabilao Island. That's between Cebu and mainland Bohol, particularly Loon town. Gee, you should see the pygmy seahorse, seen only in Indonesia before and its's here in the Philippines off Cabilao! There are at least three dive centers (Polaris, Sea Explorers and another one near Cambaquiz Point). The beach is also ok, with the white sand moving from one side of the island to the other depending on wave motion. And, surprise!... nearby is a lake about 20 hectares. A lake on a small island with migrating birds to boot! On the other side of the island is a navigational channel yet has a marine sanctuary where diving is allowed near its border. You should go there!!! I have been there about ten times already! And I will be coming back next summer!
Mae wrote:
Wednesday, 27 August 2003 15:58:48 PHT
Alona is very beautiful... they have affordable rates there of rus Filipinos. I saw NEMO swimming there hehehe...
mtm wrote:
Sunday, 17 August 2003 20:15:18 PHT
I've been to Alona Beach last Aug. 8, 2003. I tell you you should find time to visit this beautiful island. If you love nature, I can assure you, a trip to Bohol will truly be very rewarding. I'm so happy that the people in Bohol are very friendly and trustworthy. Just keep up the good work people and you will reap your rewards.
Normand&Jack from Montreal (Canada) wrote:
Tuesday, 15 July 2003 07:24:43 PHT
We stayed a few days in Alona Beach (May 2003) and scuba dived. The place is realy nice and peacefull and the Filipinos are friendly. There are many good restaurants and hotels for all budgets. More than 10 dive centers operate from this beach. The water is clear and warm. A paradise (in season, ask for a fresh mango juice : delicious!).
Danny & Bing wrote:
Tuesday, 24 June 2003 11:18:59 PHT
We love Alona Beach, it is always beautiful.
catherine jules wrote:
Monday, 16 June 2003 10:10:58 PHT
divine wrote:
Tuesday, 3 June 2003 12:15:27 PHT
Hi,. I would like to visit your beach resort by july. Can you give me an idea how to get in there and do you have any tour packages in Alona Beach? Like 3 days and 2 nights stay in your beach? How much? I really love your beach resort there!

We don't have a resort, not even planning to have one, nor do we have a beach, but there are plenty of resorts to contact...---Jeroen.

Ann wrote:
Monday, 5 May 2003 13:12:51 PHT
ttc - I've also have a good experience staying in Bohol Beach Club it's nice but you do better to dine somewhere else.
Ann wrote:
Monday, 5 May 2003 13:10:52 PHT
I was in Alona last Feb. of 2003 and stayed at Alona Palm Beach Resort for 10 days. I love the white sand beach and the hotel that we are staying it's europian built and management and is Very Clean and the food is wonderful. They also have such a huge Olympic size infinity swimming pool. I'll say Alona beach is great!!!!!!!
ttc wrote:
Tuesday, 29 April 2003 13:46:53 PHT
Sounds like the Bohol Beach Club is in such a "mysterious" location. Has anyone stayed there before? Can anyone give comments on that stretch of beach and reef?
May wrote:
Thursday, 24 April 2003 18:16:34 PHT
Hello... we are set to go to Bohol next month and plan to visit alona palm for sightseeing. How much is the entrance fee? Thanks.

If you mean Alona Palm Beach Resort, that is on Alona Beach, which is freely accessible as it is government property (like all beaches up to 30 meters from the high-water line in the Philippines). I haven't seen a sign asking a fee to enter the premisses of Alona Palm Beach itself, and there is no fence on the beach side, but use of the pool is limited to guests only, as with most other pools, and you cannot have a picnic on their grass, but that is understandable. If you just want to check out the place, there is no problem here. It was well kept and nice when we visited Alona Beach September 2002.--Jeroen.

Tarsier wrote:
Sunday, 9 March 2003 11:43:46 PHT
ok!!!I wish I can go there!!!The beach is similar to Boracay......I think....
ado amper wrote:
Sunday, 9 February 2003 00:50:28 PHT
dugay ra kaaju nga lami jud sa bohol,nganung karun ra man na tawn gipakita sa kalibutan?...pero bisan pa man, ang bol-anon,bisag asa ibutang sa kalibutan mo-uli ug mo-uli jud sa bohol...!!!
Wayne Fuller wrote:
Thursday, 26 December 2002 18:33:31 PHT
I LOVE IT any information on residential properties please.
Honey Claire Clarin wrote:
Thursday, 28 November 2002 00:45:53 PHT
This website is really awesome... Sure does promote the province. Great job to those who put this up! I'm a Boholana and this makes me more proud to be one.
yy wrote:
Tuesday, 19 November 2002 19:48:39 PHT
Bohol is still the best place to be!:) not only for the beautiful beaches but because of good mannered Boholanos as well!!:)
dimple143 wrote:
Tuesday, 19 November 2002 01:59:40 PHT
Hi....i was never been in bohol but i heard about a nice thing of the place so i decided to visit bohol next year with my german husband i`m also filipina. So i think when we are there next year im sure we enjoy our vacation because bohol is one of the nicest place in the philippines. Greetings from Germany.
Bem wrote:
Saturday, 12 October 2002 19:27:18 PHT
A very memorable place for me... I spent happy moments there with my old & new friends... Now... I'm in Italy... wishing to come back soon... Regards to my friends over there... Atit, Marivel, Charlito, Bryan, Yupy, Gende, Lito & many others... guys if you read this article please send me an email...
Lochinvar wrote:
Tuesday, 1 October 2002 19:17:07 PHT
Alona Beach is a nice place though but why is it that you only feature Alona Beach? To give full information to tourists about the beaches in Bohol, better show them all what we have. And we really have a lot of beautiful beaches in Panglao and somewhere in the eastern part of Bohol. You have a very nice website. Globally competitive. Keep up the good work!

Just have a look at Beaches of Bohol! We will be adding more pictures of other beaches as well! -- Jeroen.

Guigui wrote:
Monday, 30 September 2002 17:57:36 PHT
I'm French and I've just spent one week in Bohol for holidays. It was really a great experience. Diving spots are very interesting (Balicasag), even for beginners, and all the people on the island are really friendly. When you go in the villages, everybody says Hello to you, an I really enjoyed discovering and discussing with everybody. However, it's true that night life is not so developed, but you can find good bars on Alona beach. The problem is that there are much more German guys than Filipinas and Filipinos. Hope to come again soon on this wonderful island!
Kelly wrote:
Wednesday, 28 August 2002 12:22:35 PHT
Need to know more about bohol beach club. i'm taking advantage of BPI travel madness. this is the place they are promoting. is it a good place to go in bohol? pls send me pictures so i can more or less get an idea of what's in store for me. thanks!

Bohol Beach Club is a little before Alona Beach, and I haven't entered the premisses yet. You can also go a little further to Alona Beach, and check out any of the other resorts over there, in every price class. Have a look at the businesses page to see links to resort's webpages. -- Jeroen.

Elizabeth A. O'Leary-Naidoo wrote:
Saturday, 15 June 2002 01:37:43 PHT
I was in Tagbilaran, Bohol from May 24 - June 11. I am half Filipino and Irish and it was my second visit and I absolutley love Bohol. The beaches are beautiful and the people are so friendly. My mother was born in Calape and was raised in Tagbilaran, though our visit was because my lola passed away, I still enjoyed myself. I plan on visiting again within 2 years... Bohol is a beautiful vacation spot!
Michael wrote:
Monday, 10 June 2002 11:13:20 PHT
Alona Beach is one of the prettiest beaches I have ever been. It was more than a paradise to me, I like it better in any other beaches in the Philippines. It was so relaxing and the corals are so fantastic, and I guess its really safe for everyone to visit the place. I together with me partner was there last December and we stayed there for almost a month. We supposed to go to some place aside from Alona, but I decided to stay coz I was so amazed with the beauty of the place and the white sand was so good, it was peaceful and the people are so friendly that you can't find anywhere else. I am a Filipino and I never experienced that kind of hospitality in my place here in Manila. It's one of a kind!!!

Michael from Laguna, Philippines

raydspear6 wrote:
Saturday, 8 June 2002 13:54:20 PHT
Wow! How beautiful is the place and I'm also expecting that the worker are also good like the sorrounding. Keep up the beautiful spot that we have in Bohol. Nice.

We are doing our best to show people the beauty of Bohol, and hope it will encourage people to take pride in maintaining the island. We can assure you that the people working on the resorts on Alona beach are friendly, and maintain a relaxed atmosphere, without making service slow -- Jeroen.

smile wrote:
Wednesday, 5 June 2002 20:55:56 PHT
Hi! I was so amazed by the beauty of Bohol. I never thought it is that beautiful! Because many people always go to common resorts but not until now that I browse the web site of Bohol did I know how wonderful it is. I am planning to visit Bohol sometime Dec. or early Jan. next year and I do hope you can give me advices where to stay and places to visit with reasonable charges and how to arrange for a booking. Though it will be 6 months from now I just cant wait to see it in person. Would you mind to send me information regarding these things through my e-mail address? I would be very garteful for that. Thanks and hope to hear from you the soonest...

excited, smile

We are working hard on more detailed information on resorts and hotels in Bohol. For now you can use our business directory to find the addresses of a number of hotels, and contact them directly. -- Jeroen.

Gyn Gochangco wrote:
Friday, 3 May 2002 12:39:56 PHT
Ang ganda!!! I am based in Manila, and i plan to go there this Sept. Grateful if you can provide me with your contact no/contact persons so that i can make the necessary reservations prior to my arrival there. Thank you!

Also give your comments on this article

your name
your e-mail address
show email address
your comments on "Alona Beach"

We reserve the right to remove or edit comments posted on this website. Please read our conditions of use for details. You can use <i>italics</i>, <b>bold</b>, <p> new paragraph, <a href="url">link</a>. Other markup will be removed. Use of the forums for advertising is prohibited. Enterprises located in Bohol can request to be added to the business directory.