Heritage trails from Panglao to Baclayon

5/27/2015 Hector Miñoza 0 Comments

Day 3 Photo Safari
- THE ISLAND OF PANGLAO has an area of 80.5 square kilometres (31.1 sq mi). It is within Bohol Province, and is divided into two municipalities: Dauis and Panglao. Panglao is located southwest of the island of Bohol and east of Cebu.

Panglao has a terrain that ranges from plain, hilly to mountainous. Panglao is made of Maribojoc limestone, the youngest of the limestone units found in the western area of Bohol. The limestone composition halted the development of an airport as coralline limestone is soluble which causes formation of caves and sinkholes. One interesting geological feature found in the island is the Hinagdanan Cave which has an underground water source. The cave is an important water source as the island has no rivers or lakes.

5:30 AM : Photowalk at Alona Beach Road

Waiting for the sunrise at Alona Beach Road in Panglao

Enjoying the summer breeze at Alona Beach, Tawala, Panglao, Bohol, Philippines

7:00 AM : Breakfast at Isis Thai Restaurant

Breakfast at Isis Thai Restaurant, Bohol Alona Beach, Tawala, Panglao Island

9:00 AM : Hinagdanan Cave adventure

Hinagdanan Cave, Bingag, Dauis, Bohol, Philippines

10:00 AM : Dauis Church

Visit at Dauis Church, Dauis, Bohol, Philippines

10:30 AM : Sandugo Monument

At the Monument of the Blood Compact historical landmark in Tagbilaran East Road

11:00 AM : Baclayon Church

Our visits at Baclayon church museum

12:00 PM : Back to Paragayo Resort

Our hired tricycle during the round trail from Paragayo Resort to Baclayon Church