Travelling is the most expensive thing you have to do yet so fulfilling and worth wandering for. You only get few chances to walk for more steps to journey so grab it while you can. I did, we did!
Last Sunday, it was a fun-filled experienced as we took a break from our unhealthful daily routines and decided to break-free for a while. Our Sunday-stop is Boardwalk in Macaas, Tubigon, Bohol.
How to get there?
- Ride a bus or van from Tagbilaran City Dao Terminal with a route to Tubigon.Bus fare is P40.00 while van is P60.00.
- When you arrive at Tubigon Market, ride a tricycle route to Macaas Boardwalk with the fare of only P10.00. By the way, if you have no food with you, I suggest buying in the market first before heading to the place.
But hey, what is Boardwalk?
Boardwalk is a walkway made of wooden boards (bamboo) usually built at seaside where people wish to enjoy a place, can move and walk freely without getting wet.
What’s in the place?
Let me take you to the place. Imagine yourself being there, you’ll see a long walkway with mangroves on the side. There are boats own by the natives which are used for their livelihood. Along the way, there is a little sanctuary on the left side where small fishes are farmed there.
Moving on, there are cottages where you can stay whole day with your family or friends. Every cottage has a ladder down to the water so swimming can be easy.
I would also like you to know that the air is so fresh, that you would want to sleep the whole time. It makes your tough mood loosen up and forget the heavy loads you are carrying. (You can simply get here if you’re living nearby and release the nerve-crackin you’re feelin’ you know haha).
The sea and the sky is just a sight away, so never leave the place without indulging your eyes.
Thus, let this be a quick perfect-stay-cation for your family and friends. Have fun and enjoy.
Remember that Boardwalk is open at 6:00am and closes at 6:00pm. The place has no electricity just so you know. Music plus the place plus the people you are around with equals wonderful.
Entrance Fee is P10.00. Cottage Rental is P100.00 and P200.00 for the small and big area.
By the way, we were there around 2:00 pm in the afternoon. There were quite many people but not all cottages were filled up. We didn’t rented a cottage, instead we utilized the last part of the boardwalk and stayed there for some time looking at the vast sea and smelling the fresh air, while sharing our fun stories and the sweet rambutans.
My dear AnnVenturers, please always be reminded to keep safe while travelling and keep our mother nature happy. Have a nice day J