Alona Vida Beach Resort
Alona Vida Beach Resort is located in the middle of the vivid Alona Beach. Onsite are the popular Coco Vida Bar and Restaurant. The resort has 27 rooms located in 4 two-story buildings. All rooms are equipped with air-condition, hot shower, mini-bar refrigerator, kettle as well as a safety deposit vault. There are 2 different categories of rooms, Deluxe rooms and Superior rooms. The fresh water pool is located in the middle of the resort. WiFi is available in the whole resort from the beach until back in all rooms.
The dive center is located inside Alona Vida Beach Resort. It is equipped with O2 equipment, first aid kit, fish book library and offers up to 4 dives a day. They pride themselves on maintaining small groups of only up to 4 divers per dive guide.
Soft corals, tubastraea corals and sea fans are home to pygmy sea horses. Fire dart goby, Pegasus, demon stinger (spiny devil fish), giant frog fish, clown frog fish, saddleback anemone fish and whiskered pipe fish can all be seen. Dive sites like Black Forrest offer groupers , big schools of big eye jacks, blue fin trevally, spanish mackerel, barracudas, barramundi cod, banner fish, morish idols and turtles.
Two of the biggest non diving attractions of Bohol are The Philippine Tarsier, (Tarsius syrichta) a very peculiar small animal. In fact it is one of the smallest known primates, no larger than an adult man’s hand and The Chocolate Hills which consist of 1268 hills which make a breathtaking view.
Located in the famous Alona Beach, on the south-west tip of Panglao Island. Panglao Island is directly connected with the main island Bohol with the majestic Chocolate Hills and the cute bug-eyed Tarsiers. Bohol offers a jungle interior, adventure sports, rice terraces and beautiful beaches.