Nipa Huts of Dumaluan Beach Resort

Dumalaun Beach Resort: Affordable Bohol Accommodation

After the sumptuous dinner we had at Panglao Island Nature Resort and Spa, we headed to Dumaluan Beach Resort 2.  Dumaluan Beach Resort is also located in Panglao, Bohol and shares the same stretch of white sand with Bohol Beach Club.

We reserved for three adjacent fan-ventilated native huts (kubo) because there was no available standard room on our first day.  Their kubos are located at the rightmost portion of the beach, just beside the fence that separates Dumaluan Beach Resort with Bohol Beach Club.

Nipa Huts of Dumaluan Beach Resort
Nipa Huts of Dumaluan Beach Resort

Because our cottage was located in front of the beach, I woke up the next day because of the gentle sound of the waves crashing to the shore.  As I head out to the bathroom, I was greeted by the charming sunrise.

Sunrise in Dumaluan Beach Resort
Sunrise in Dumaluan Beach Resort

The native huts have two mattresses inside but have no electrical outlets, private toilet and bath.  The common bathroom, accessible after a 3 minute-walk, is clean and maintained.  Charging station for the gadgets is available at the bar, just in front of the nipa huts.

Inside the Nipa huts of Dumaluan Beach Resort
Inside the Nipa huts of Dumaluan Beach Resort

We were scheduled to transfer to Standard Rooms on our second night so we left our baggage in the reception area.  They delivered it to the our rooms later that afternoon.

Their standard room is a fully airconditioned room good for two, with a private bathroom and balcony.

Standard Room
Standard Room
Private bathroom of Standard Room
Private bathroom of Standard Room

Dumaluan Beach Resort Charges:

  • Beach-front nipa huts for 2 pax – 1,000.00 Php/night
  • Standard Room aircon room for 2 pax – 1,500.00 Php /night
  • Battery charging costs:
    • Camera battery – 50.00 Php
    • Cell phone battery – 20.00 Php

Dumaluan Beach Resort

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