Finally, we’re able to see and experience the beauty of Bohol Beach Club on Day 2 of our stay in Bohol (we couldn’t miss the chance!). Since we couldn’t afford to stay here overnight (rates are quoted in US dollar, $77 the least for single occupancy and $82 for twin sharing), we settled for day tour na lang at P350/head, of which P250 is consumable for food and drinks (that’s Fri-Sat-Sun rate while Mon to Thurs’ rate is at P250/pax, of which P150 is consumable for food).
Bohol Bee Farm nga pala offers free shuttle service to/from airport and BBF but since we already scheduled our countryside tour upon arrival and that Kuya Rejjy will be the one to drop us to Bee Farm, we asked for the FREE transport service to Bohol Beach Club and back to Bee Farm instead, of which Ms. Vicky- the owner of Bee Farm eagerly agreed! ;-)
We’ve reached Bohol Beach Club before 2pm (only a 10-minute travel from BBF) and we’re truly awed the moment we set our foot on the place. Who wouldn’t?
BBC has the longest stretch of white sand in Panglao. It’s another beautiful place Bohol should be proud of!
off to the beach...
Hammocks were perfectly installed with the trees facing the beach. Such a perfect setting to chillax…
Isn't it too relaxing here? ;)
Would you mind explaining happiness for me? ;)
They also have this mini ‘mahogany man-made forest’ which we enjoyed taking pics since we got blurred pics sa real one during the countryside tour. =)
BBC accdg to readings has three swimming pools but we only got to see two (where’s the other one ba?)
...the larger pool facing the sea, which is in-between the restaurants:
the more private pool where we dipped in:
It's swimming time! Yey! ;)
Sa beach muna...
...then sa pool...
The sun actually never shows up during our BBC stay (mejo umambon pa nga) but glad to still catch the last minute drama of the lovely sunset.
It was dark already when we decided to leave the beach. There were already buffet dinner set-up along the shore, loud music and guests (mostly foreigners) were already having a great time dancing and partying.
Buffet dinner was at P650/pax. Mejo pricey kya we settled for their ala Carte instead.
Btw, the P350/pax entrance is good already for buffet lunch (bakit kaya mas mahal ang buffet dinner?) But since we’re more of sunset people, we preferred having candlelit dinner nlng instead (around 8pm na rin kmi nagpasundo).
We went over at Agotata Restaurant (beside the large pool) and feasted on seafoods. Yumyum!
...and drinks as Gil's calamansi juice and my fresh pineapple juice
a perfect date indeed! ;)
Btw, we met again Ms. Petra in this restaurant who was also visiting for a day tour. She’s to go back to Holland the following day. It was nice learning some people visiting Philippines alone for leisure. She surely had a great time! ;)
It was such an experience visiting Bohol Beach Club. The views, the fine powdery sand, the well manicured landscape, the hammocks, the nipa huts along the shore, the clear water, the pool, and the foods amongst others were wonderful and breathtaking. True to their slogan…Stay at the BEST, stay at Bohol Beach Club (we never stay though but at least we see for ourselves another world class resort Bohol and Philippines should be proud of!)