Preserve the memories of the Alona Green House Hotel on Panglao Island, where the southern charm, magnificent scenery and quiet setting are an example of the gentle atmosphere of a secluded beach resort on this tropical island.
Remember the underwater inhabitants of this wonderful coast, impressions from excursions in the chocolate hills and from dizzying flights over the gorge.
The Zip Line attraction is not for the faint-hearted! Tarpaulin cradle on rollers like a rocket flying over a river flowing somewhere below. Nervousness manifests itself during the approach to the goal to which you launched. At the last moment before you defeat the wall, the hellish machine gently stops and it becomes fun for you. Most prefer to be afraid yet.
Riding on the river Lobok - a mini-tour on the ship with a buffet and live music. The food is varied and for every taste, from fried insects to fried bananas and crabs claws. You will be interested in the beautiful landscapes of the real jungle passing by, palm trees and bamboo stalks hanging over the water. In the course of the ship on the coast you can show the ancient rites of the Filipinos or a concert with a repertoire from folk to Beatles songs, and small waterfalls.
“Pretty good location close to Alona beach. Simple but clean accommodation. The owner is a very pleasant, friendly, sociable person with a lot of life experience and a lot of interesting stories to tell. Do not miss the cuisine: be sure to try their tuna and marlin steaks, shrimps marinated in orange sauce, delicious scallops and dumplings!”
“Very friendly staff / hotel owner. Comfortable bed, great air conditioning, spacious bathroom and a well-working water pressure. The location is good, but more than 10 minutes walk to the beach, which is completely normal. Near the hotel you can rent a motorbike and explore Panglao and Bohol.”
“The bed was comfortable, there was warm water in the shower (this was not always the case in the Philippines), the staff were friendly and helpful.
The walk was a little further from the main street, but still not so bad.”