Do not forget your cellphone charger @ home
Miscellaneous: On our 1st trip to Bohol, we went to the city's biggest mall to hunt for a cellphone charger. You guessed right, we left it at home.
The charger models that they have were clearly at least a year older than what is offered in Manila. Meaning, if you have a fairly new call model, they wont have your charger in stock.
Extra SD cards or laptop
Photo Equipment: Bring extra SD cards because you'll be amazed on the photo opps here. Better yet, bring a storage facility like a laptop so you can transfer the photo soonest.
We went to a mall and saw that the SD cards are expensive compared to Manila.Related to:
Underwater Camera and ZIPLOC
Luggage and bags: We dumped our cellphones, wallets and cameras in separate gallon sized zippies for protection against sand and water. Am so glad we thought of it.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Bring lots of ZIPLOC bags unless you want your camera gear full of sand. Spend less time cleaning your equipment and more time enjoying the scenery.
Photo Equipment: I brought our new Canon D10 and it did wonders to our trip. The kids grew wild snorkelling and taking shots of fish feeding. Its battery life exceeded my expectation.Related to:
- Diving and Snorkeling
Luggage and bags: Any luggage or bags that is big enough to hold all your things plus your island purchases.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Anything comfortable. Slippers for the beach. Comfortable footwear for a long day of walking. Swim suits. If you want to go snorkeling, you may want to bring your own gear or rent one for just 100 pesos.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Sunblock or suntan lotions.
Photo Equipment: Underwater camera to capture the moment!
Luggage and bags: just a backpack or small troley luggage
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: very somfy summer attire please! pack 3 to 5 swim suits and board shorts, your flip flops and bolero for the evening...think sexy! It's the time of the year you should! =)
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: yes of course but the hotel for sure has a First Aid Kit
Photo Equipment: dont leave without your camera!Related to:
- Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
Miscellaneous: If you are staying at Nuts Huts, remember to bring a torch in case you have to walk back to the Huts when day turned dark. If it is a rainy day, be extra careful as the staircase can be slippery!Related to:
- Budget Travel
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Brgy. Bacong Sitio Dagohoy Anda,, Anda, 6311, Philippines
Good for: Business
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