Another great discovery in Bohol is the Tarsier Botanika, a restaurant-slash-sanctuary with a beautiful viewing deck overlooking the sea. The sanctuary is still under construction with gardens surrounding villas, which will be open for rent in 2016. The restaurant is definitely worth going to because aside from the view, the food is amazing, too!
The Tarsier Botanika offers a free pick up and drop off service to their branch in Alona. If your resort is located any further than that, you’ll have to pay a reasonable fee. The convenience is worth it.
And if you’re looking for a place to stay, the Bellevue Bohol in Panglao Island is worth the investment. It’s smaller than the usual luxury resorts but it has a cozy and private feel to it. The beachfront is clean and it has a view deck people can walk to to watch the sunset.
Be sure to request for a room with an ocean view and bring lots of food if you don’t want to keep eating at the restaurant. The hotel is pretty isolated and the nearest convenience stores are a way away. The hotel offers a shuttle service but you have to pay a fee. It would also be best to check the hotel website for promo vouchers to get more value for money.