After visiting Danao Adventure Park, we had our lunch at the Danao Adventure Park restaurant then we proceeded to Dauis Church on the Island of Panglao. Considered as one of the most beautiful churches of Bohol, the church is also known for the Saint Mary’s Well – the only well in the island that provides fresh drinking water and is known for its water’s healing power.
Amarela Resort Beachfront
If you want to buy some souvenirs, Dauis Church Souvenir Shop and Cafe sells handicrafts and accessories that are mostly made in Inabanga in Bohol. The building used to be a convent but is now transformed into a souvenir shop and events place managed by Cafe Lawis.
After our short stop, we headed to Bohol Beach Club to leave our things and to freshen up. Most of us are already tired, but everyone was excited to see Amarela Resort – our last stop for the day. Upon arrival at the resort, the owners toured us around the resort while we are waiting for some of the local travel agents and stake holders.
Dauis Church Souvenir Shop and Cafe
We had a fantastic dinner, Imagine fresh green salad, grilled seafoods, inihaw na manok and fresh fruits – what a nice meal to cap off a gorgeous day.
Amarela resort in Bohol is a perfect getaway for honeymooners and for those who just wish to relax and stay away from the crowd. The word Amarela is Portuguese for color Yellow which is the primary color of the resorts room and walls.
Amarela is an elegant resort located in Panglao islands with a panoramic view of the Bohol Sea. Amarela resort reflects art and culture of Boholano’s showcasing the Island’s unique crafts. Guests can checkout their mini museum that houses some local religious artifacts, traditional furniture pieces, handicrafts, century old wooden doors, as well as nice collection of sculpture and paintings which you can only find inside the resort.
Amarela Mini Museum
Amarela is an eco-resort which matches the concept of ecotourism in Bohol. Beyond a beautiful resort, Amarela showcases the work of arts made by some local artists and display them their art gallery. The resort includes a small art gallery which depicts the cultural heritage of the islands.
Amarela Deluxe Queen Restroom
I was really fascinated with one of the large wooden doors and wooden floors inside the resort. Amarela is environment friendly resort and considered one of the few Green Resorts in Bohol. Solar panels are used to conserve energy and minimize pollution.
Rooms in the resort are all well appointed using fantastic Filipino design. The unique feature of Amarela’s rooms is the individual sea view balcony. There are 25 rooms which are categorized as Superior rooms, deluxe rooms, deluxe twin, deluxe double, Antequera suite and Amarela suite. Superior suits and deluxe twin rooms are ideal for 4 guests whereas all the other category rooms are meant for 2 guests.
Amarela Private Dinner
Basic amenities such as air conditioning system, cable television, mini bar, telephone and safety deposit boxes are also provided in each room. The dining area has a huge space with fresh breeze and spectacular ocean views. The restaurant provides fresh seafood with Filipino and international dishes.
Lovely Amarela Beach Front
During our visit, we we had a wonderful dinner right beside the beach area under a huge tent. The gentle breeze creates a unique and calm ambiance while we are having our dinner.
Private Dinner by the Beach
Guests can also have any activities such as kayaking, snorkeling, swimming in their infinity pool and fishing. The also offer free Wi-Fi access, business centre, library of books and DVD’s while conference room, fax and photocopying services are also available in the resort on request.
Sunset in Amarela Balcony
Comfort conscious guests can enjoy the facilities such as Massage services, room services and daily make up and turn down services provided in the resort. Guest can enjoy other facilities such as in room dining, laundry and dry cleaning service, airport transfer, car and motorcycle rental, currency exchange, and airline booking and ferry reservation services. Amarela resort offers its own customized packages based on tourist season and facilities. Exciting packages include cocktails, country side tours, and attractive games.
Bohol is easily accessible by direct flight from Manila to Tagbilaran city. Travelers can reach this destination by fast ferry services from Cebu, the nearest city. Tagbilaran, the capital city of Bohol is 20 minutes away from Amarela resort by land.
PHILTOA – the well known inbound tour operators organization will be holding Philippine Travel Mart 2012 in which they will highlight the beautiful destinations in Central Visayas. Various Hotels, Resorts, Airline Companies and Travel and Tour Agencies will be participating in this biggest travel event of the year so dont miss this yearly event. In this event, expect great travel and tour packages which will only be available during the three day travel sale.
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