"Panglao" has a long and perfect beach, there is a flood tide every day, as you can walk on the large beach and walk into the sea area and just after several hours, those areas are filled with sea water again as nature ....
Sandy beach, no stones or so, easy to make a long walk, easy to swim ...
Many options for water sports, boat rides, island hopping and even glass bottom boats sothat you can observe the sealife underneath without getting wet ... :)
Panglao was our last stop during our visit to Bohol. Due to bad weather and dwindling budget we almost didn't push through but with great insistance from one of our companion we decided to head on. And we're glad that we did.
Panglao has an exceptional talcum like sand and bluegreen water. From the resort that we went into, the beach was developed enough but you can still enjoy your peace and quiet.
My hubby and I went here for Scuba Diving. The place is very quiet and safe for foreigners. Some locals will approach to you and tell you about a massage threatment that would cost you 200 pesos($4). White Sand and Blue Sea!
Bohol's manmade forest is a long stretch of shade brought by intertwining branches of mahogany trees. The place was serene and has an eerie vibe to it. You won't miss this picturesque place especially if you're on your way to Bohol's chocolate hills.