Take me back to your hammock, where lying lazily never felt as guiltless.^^

Bohol Beach Club Day Tour

From our Bohol Sea tour, we reached Dumaluan Beach Resort , by 2:00 PM.  We freshened up, took a shower and headed to the high-end resort beside Dumaluan – Bohol Beach Club (BBC).

Isn't it nice to just laze under the shade of this tree?
Isn’t it nice to just laze under the shade of this tree?

Bohol Beach Club is a beautiful and luxurious resort nestled in the paradise Bolod Beach in Panglao.  BBC boasts of wide and long stretch of powdery, white sand and shallow waters.

We availed BBC day tour which costs 500.00 Php / pax, 350.00 Php of which may be used in their restaurant.  The day tour pass also enables holders free use of their swimming pools and an all-day right to their famous white beach and clear waters.

Bohol Beach Club spells Relaxing!
Bohol Beach Club spells Relaxing!

From Dumaluan Resort, we traversed the shared beachline to our right were BBC is located.  There is a guard that prevents unauthorized people from coming in and sells day tour passes to visitors.  I was excited to enter BBC because I often see pictures of their umbrella-like cottages in the internet.

Take me back to your hammock, where lying lazily never felt as guiltless.^^
Take me back to your hammock, where lying lazily never felt as guiltless.^^
Umbrella-like cottages line the shore
Umbrella-like cottages line the shore

We initially planned to have dinner at Alona Beach but we’re too tired to commute so we settled for Bohol Beach Club.  We used our consumable day tour pass for our early dinner in one of their restaurants.

Lechon Kawali
Bohol Beach Club Lechon Kawali
Bohol Beach Club Crispy Pata
Bohol Beach Club Crispy Pata

There is nothing extraordinary in their food.  The restaurant is situated in front of one of their swimming pools and overlooking the white beach.  Swimming in the restaurant is free but swimmers should wear proper swimming attire.  The boys must wear swimming trunks while the girls must wear two or one-piece swim suits.

Swimming pool in front of the restaurant
Swimming pool in front of the restaurant
BBC's wide shoreline
BBC’s wide shoreline
Hammocks fronting the shore
Hammocks fronting the shore

This article is one of my 13-part Bohol travel series.  For more Bohol reads, check-out these links:

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