Bohol Foodtrip Part 2 ~ White Beach, Dolphin Watching, Snorkeling

Dolphin Watching
Bohol Foodtrip Part 2 - White Beach, Dolphin Watching, Snorkeling. While at Bohol we stayed at Dumaluan Beach Resort. The resort is located in the southern shore of Panglao Island with superb white sand beach front.

Dumaluan Beach Resort Entrance
Dumaluan Beach Resort

Dumaluan Beach Resort Beach Front
Dumaluan Beach Resort Beach Front

Natural White Sand Beach of Panglao Island
Natural White Sand Beach of Panglao Island

Jetski Rides at Dumaluan
Jetski Rides at Dumaluan

Dumaluan Beach at Sunrise
Dumaluan Beach at Sunrise

The resort has a good restaurant which also served local food they have a selection of fresh seafood offered paluto style, select the seafood and tell the restaurant how you like it cooked, but it is best follow their suggestions if you want to try the local’s dishes.

Seafood Choices Paluto Style
Seafood Choices Paluto Style

Towa - Fish and Clams Soup
Towa - Fish and Clams Soup

Sugba - Grilled Fish
Sugba - Grilled Fish

Bohol Squid Adobo
Bohol Squid Adobo


Bohol Pork Adobo
Bohol Pork Adobo

MoJo Potatoes
MoJo Potatoes

Breakfast Buffet - Cornbeef and Vegetables
Breakfast Buffet - Cornbeef and Vegetables

Breakfast Buffet - Daing na Bangus and Vegetables
Breakfast Buffet - Daing na Bangus and Vegetables

Breakfast Buffet - Sinangag and Plain Rice
Breakfast Buffet - Sinangag and Plain Rice

Breakfast Buffet - Juice and Cofee
Breakfast Buffet - Juice and Cofee

Breakfast Buffet - Breads and Fruits
Breakfast Buffet - Breads and Fruits

Sugba - Grilled fish Lunch at Balicasag
Sugba - Grilled fish Lunch at Balicasag

Towa - Fish and Shrimp Soup Lunch at Balicasag
Towa - Fish and Shrimp Soup Lunch at Balicasag

We spend our second day on island hopping, we booked for a boat for the island hopping tour that includes dolphin watching, snorkeling and had our lunch at Balicasag Island. and afternoon swim on a sandbar island that is shaped to formed into a lagoon called Virgin Island. We later learned that the 1999 movie Moro Ami was filmed in Balicasag and Virgin Islands.

Balicasag Island
Balicasag Island

Snorkelling at Balicasag Island
Snorkeling at Balicasag Island

Virgin Island Sandbar
Virgin Island Sandbar



See related post;

Bohol Foodtrip Part 1 - Loboc River Cruise, Chocolate Hills, Tarsier
Bohol Foodtrip Part 3 - What’s the buzz? Dinner at Bohol Bee Farm



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