March 9, 2011

Bohol Bee Farm.

Organic, quaint, and absolutely charming. This is Bohol Bee Farm. I have been in and out of Bohol many times in my life (even lived there almost an entire summer), and I could say that Bohol Bee Farm is one of my favorite places in this beautiful island.

There's a zen-like atmosphere to this place. It is quiet and relaxing, perfect for those moments when you want to take things slow, or when your idea of vacation is listening to the chirping of birds, the sound of waves and wind, and long restful sleep.

My friends and I stayed there when we decided to go to Danao for a crazy-awesome adventure.


Every little corner is well thought out and beautiful in its imperfections. I love the mismatched furnitures and old things scattered all over the resort.


It is open for day tours. Both in-house and day tour guests are treated to a quick tour of the premises.


The resort has a livelihood program and your guides can take you to the crafts, sewing, weaving area. You can actually help them by buying their products. So grab a basket or two.


The resort has two dining areas -- one is facing the ocean, the other is at the pool side (where breakfast is served). Wherever you choose to dine, you will enjoy colorful table settings, relaxing ambiance, good service, and delicious food.


Did I already mention they serve delicious food? They do. Try their organic garden salad. And their honey mustard dressing is just wonderful! I love their honeyed putomaya with tsokolate, too. And I absolutely adore their fresh lemongrass juice. Very refreshing. It's a must-try. They serve fresh juices, shakes, tea, and coffee.

Other must-try specialties:
Squash muffins
Corn muffins
Carrot muffins
Camote Pie
Ube fries and honeyed latik
Camote Bread
Honey Spread (my favorite!)
Homemade ice cream!


Speaking of ice cream, we all grabbed a cone each! Creamy and heavenly! And look at those interesting flavors! When you go to the Bee Farm, do not miss this.


How to go there:
From Manila, Philippine Airlines flies to Bohol daily. Check out their site for schedule.

From Cebu, OceanJet and Weesam Express travel to Tagbilaran daily. Fares usually start at P800/one way. Check out their sites for updated rates and schedule of trips.

From Tagbilaran to Bohol Bee Farm:
There are many metered taxis or vans for rent at the airport or pier. Bohol Bee Farm also offers free shuttle to/from the pier/airport. Just contact them ahead of time.

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BOHOL BEE FARM
Dao, Dauis, Panglao Island, Bohol
+63 38 5022288
+63 917 3041491
vickywallace@boholbeefarm.com

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10 comments:

  1. the best Bee Farm photos ive seen;-)

    i want to go na..i dont care im stung by bees;-) you take the most clear and sharpest photos;-) Love them;-)

    u make the Phils look extra beautiful;-) (kay beautiful na daan);-)

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  2. Thank you, Chel! Bee Farm is so photogenic! Hope you get to visit Bohol and Bee Farm you come home. :)

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  3. i really love their icecreams! i don't have the willingness to eat flowers though. hehehe

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  4. Fetus: Me, too. I didn't, couldn't eat the flowers! :D

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  5. I want to go here this summer! Kana kung itugot. Hihi. Love the photos, ai. =)

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  6. Jane: I just know you will/can go there this summer! :) Re the photos, thanks! :D

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  7. i like the this blog, i got so important information ...

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  8. The ice cream looks so yummy! yum, yum.:)

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