This is one of the rock island i saw in Lamanok, and I was really amazed by it.
Lamanok Island is in barangay Badiang, Anda, Bohol. Lamanok Islands is consists of neighboring rock islands some are enjoined by the mangroves. In what I just have known there were public and private place in Lamanok. The one in public has to pay P300.00 while the one in private resort (Lamanok Island & Beach Resort) is P275.00 only. The difference between the two is that in the former there is a tour guide that will tell you about the history of Lamanok Island while the latter is a private resort with a secluded short-white-sand beach. Both have caves but the one I’ve experienced with was the latter.
The super nice view of the cave while we were sitting in the side inside.
Cabagnow Cave is located in Anda, Bohol. It is now widely known since “Byahe ni Drew”, a travel show of Drew Arellano featured the cave. According to the resident there, before only the people of Anda usually visit the place and there was no entrance fee. But when several people (from outside Anda) discover the place, the owner decided to put an entrance fee and a fence. It is purposely done to maintain the cleanliness of the cave pool.
I have known so long time ago about this Taoist Temple because my friends used to visit here when they had their educational tour back during high school. Actually, it is one of my favorite destinations in the bucket list that I really want to visit. What made this place amazing is that it is one of the few Chinese architecture here in the Philippines.
Balicasag Island is one of the famous islands in Panglao, Bohol. It so happen that I’ve never been there. I almost had a chance before to get there but it did not take place. So this time I was lucky enough that I would be able to experience the Balicasag Island together with my officemates. Continue reading →