Flower Beach Resort, Bohol

Flower Beach Resort, Bohol

Bohol is an island about the size of Mallorca, Spain. Roundtrip is about 300 km. The island is located in the South of the Philippines, in the Province of Visayas. The local language is Visaya, but English is widely understood.

The island of Bohol has a very pleasant subtropical climate. The air temperatures are all year around from 25 to 30°C. Water temperatures are always pleasant for swimming.

The resort is located in a quiet area of Bohol, on a beautiful sandy beach, far away from any mass tourism. Little huts and umbrellas built from local materials like bamboos and nipa leaves for the roof providing shadows. White sand. Suitable for families. Safe for little children swimming. Water shallow starting at all tides, excellent for snorkeling and scuba diving

Besides of swimming, snorkeling and diving the sea is inviting to local boating. The beach is also hosting the little boats of local fishermen who go out nightly to bring the “catch of the day”.

The area is dominated by natural plants, coconut trees and beautiful flowers. The resort owners are trying to conserve the natural environment, plants and animals. Quite and peaceful location. Like a private beach away from tourist crowds.

 

Nearby attractions and activities:

  • The place is surrounded by palm trees, fiels, small huts of farmers and fishermen.
  • All touristy attractions of Bohol can be visited by guided tours by our Vans or boat along the scenic coastline.
  • Restaurant with local as well as foreign kitchen, Bar, and Disco on weekends.
  • Dive center with all equipment for rent, boats, dive instructors.
  • Tours available by Van through the island or by boats along the coast or for snorkeling trips.

Getting There

Coming from abroad, you have two options: you can fly to Manila or Cebu. Cebu is the most convenient, but only a limited number of international flights will arrive there. Coming from Europe, you’ll need to have a stop-over in either Singapore, Kuala Lumpur or Hong Kong, however, it will save you the hassle of going through Manila. Among others, the following airlines fly international routes to Cebu: Silk Air, Malaysia Airlines, and Cathay Pacific.

If you come via Manila, you’ll probably want to take a connecting flight to Tagbilaran, which takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes. It is also possible to take a boat to Bohol, but will take 25 hours, and is only advisable if you have plenty of time and enjoy a trip on sea, or have to travel on a rock-bottom budget. If you come from Manila, you can also go to Cebu by air, and then continue by boat. There are numerous daily flights from Manila to Cebu. The flying time is about 50 minutes. The transfer by taxi from the airport to the pier takes about 30 minutes in normal traffic conditions, and should cost 165 pesos. The following airlines fly on the from Manila to Cebu: PAL, Cebu Pacific, Air Philippines, Asian Spirit, Astro Air, and Grand Air.

More pictures here

Rates

Half board (breakfast + dinner) Standard Deluxe
Per person, double occupancy $ 47 $ 58
Additional single occupancy $ 17 $ 20
Extra person sharing the room (only Deluxe possible)
Children 0-1 Years free
Children 2-11 Years $ 26
Children 12+ and adults $ 40

 

Dive Prices (Certified Divers)

  • 1 dive – 20 Euro
  • 15 dives package – 255 Euro


Equipment Rental Per Day Per Week
BCD 6 Euro 30 Euro
Regulator 6 Euro 30 Euro
Mask, Snorkel, Fins 5 Euro 25 Euro
Wetsuit 6 Euro 30 Euro
Complete Package
(BCD, Reg, Mask, Fins, Wetsuit)
19 Euro 95 Euro
Torch/ Computer 6 Euro

 

PADI Courses

 

  • PADI Discover Scuba/Bubblemaker
    – 55 Euro
    – 2 hours dive experience for complete beginners(10 years old and above)
  • PADI Scuba Diver
    – 205 Euro
    – 2 day course
    – Become certified to dive to 12m with a PADI professional
  • PADI Open Water Diver
    – 345 Euro
    – 4 day course.
    – Full Open Water Certification.
    – Equipment Rentals Included
  • PADI Advanced Diver
    – 265 Euro
    – Five Adventure dives
    – Deep, navigation
    – Takes 2-3 days.
  • PADI Emergency First Response
    -145 Euro
    – First Aid and CPR training(non diving) required for Rescue Diver
    – 1 day
  • PADI Rescue Diver
    – 345 Euro
    – Learn valuable rescue and recovery skills.
    – Takes 4-5 days
  • PADI Divemaster
    – 650 Euro
    – Go Pro with this 4 week course

Extras

  • Nitrox – 3 Euro
  • Night/Dawn – 10 Euro
  • Lunch – 3 Euro
  • Marine Park Fee – 2 Euro
  • Snorkel Tour – 5 Euro
Speciality Courses Minimum Age Dives Prices(Euro)
Enriched Air Diver

15

2

189

Night

12

3

185

Deep

15

4

206

Navigation

10

3

185

Search and Recovery

12

4

206

Peak Performance Buoyancy

10

2

138

Digital Underwater Photography

10

2

164

Amenities

  • Filipino Food and Beach Bar
  • Boat Ride and Snorkeling
  • Day Tour around Bohol
  • Diving
  • PADI Courses

About the Author

By admin / Administrator, bbp_keymaster

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on Apr 27, 2007

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