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Mario estevanez wrote:
Thursday, 10 December 2009 20:06:54 PHT
i was in bohol last summer its a grate place to and R & R ill be coming back soon iwill recomend the resort in panglao island.. its a excellent place they called it ioram zenavetse Beach resort i will rate this place with a 5 stars resort..
Jayvee wrote:
Thursday, 18 September 2008 19:13:48 PHT
Hi. my fiance and I are planning to visit bohol in October to spend our 5th anniv. can you recommend a good travel package wd accomodations and tour for an affordable price? thanks.
Judy wrote:
Saturday, 23 August 2008 07:39:17 PHT
Hello, I am a travel agent with www.bahalanatravel.com and I will be organizing a trip for about 20-25 people to Bohol. The dates are tentatively 12/8/08-12/15/08 Can anyone recommend a great package deal? We will be touring the Philippines with some big clients annually and are looking for a great accomodations that will highlight the history of the Philippines but still be comfortable and modern for our American clients. Regards, Judy Thureson 818.482.6463
Alicia wrote:
Tuesday, 19 August 2008 04:12:23 PHT
Hi Jocelyn, Check the website: www.villatarcela.com It is a newly opened resort in Valencia, Bohol. Good service and affordable price. Best regards!
Jocelyn E. Morano wrote:
Thursday, 17 July 2008 10:34:34 PHT
the whole family (10 kami lahat)are planning to have a vacation in Bohol in December 2008, however my mother-who's 76 yrs old- needs a wheelchair, she can walk but not for a long time, is there anyone who can provide- for us to rent....im from Butuan
Amira wrote:
Wednesday, 16 July 2008 21:00:22 PHT
We are planning to have a vacation for four in last quarter of 2008. is there a cheap package including plane ticket, tourist guide, hotels? we want to explore chocolate hills and the famous buffet in lake, we also want to visit the church and Panglao island and the future new 7 wonders of the world, the coral reefs.
Sandra Tan Tiu wrote:
Friday, 18 January 2008 01:09:36 PHT
If I may, I will give you update of Domene Kaw pension in Jagna, Bohol.

We have 12 rooms, all with air-conditioning ,with cable TV and all with hot and cold shower... 5 rooms facing Camiguin island or the open sea facing Mindanao with a mystical view of sunrise and sunset. 5 rooms facing the road with the view of greens. All rooms with a huge terrace. We have 2 huge, the family room with 2 king size bed and the other has 1 king side bed with ref which we always recommend as our honeymooners suite.

We have dining area which serves international food and a function room which cater to all occasion with a maximum capacity of 250 person.

We also have our website www.domenekaw.com

Thank you so much and more power Sincerely, Sandra Tan

Bagzi wrote:
Friday, 11 January 2008 21:42:44 PHT
Visitors are nothing to be scared with the prices. What matters most is the satisfaction. When they are not satisfied, the price is too much... if they are, then, the price is enough...
Yen M wrote:
Saturday, 8 December 2007 15:14:18 PHT
"Local Government to control the prices?" of resorts. What are you thinking? I don't think the Philippines is communist country last I checked. Have you ever heard of free enterprise? If you don't like the prices or the company, don't use them. Eventually, the prices will come down or other, hopefully smarter entrepreneurs, will step up to the challenge, see the opportunity and provide tourists with alternatives. There are already plenty of other resorts in Bohol who could use the business (who charge MUCH LESS) if you bother to look.

I agree, as long as there is no cartel or monopoly abuse, there is no need for the government to jump in with price controls.--Jeroen.

Arlene Del Socorro wrote:
Monday, 3 December 2007 12:03:25 PHT
I was in Bohol with my group last December 1 and 2 and I was captivated by its beauty and history. Our tour guide, Rey, was so good and obviously well-informed, there was not one question from our group he was not able to answer. I am going back in January 2008, this time with my top sellers and I want to be able to decide which hotel and what places to bring them to. The listings would have really helped but there is none pa. Hope you can put it back pretty soon. Thanks and God bless you!
Igor Vasilyev wrote:
Wednesday, 28 November 2007 21:03:41 PHT
3 families plan to visit Bohol with 01 января2008. It would be desirable to visit inexpensive hotel on seacoast. Help us with a choice. Thanks.
William wrote:
Wednesday, 28 November 2007 15:01:51 PHT
I'm from Bohol, just surfing the site, and just saw this rate of the resort, in is that "Eskaya Resort", I mean I can't believe the price of this resort, way to expensive, instead of inviting tourist to Bohol, we are scaring them, even the topnotch resort in the US are more or less the same price as this (with a plus, like free round of golf, free breakfast, and gratuity included), our local government should regulate this prices or else, its hard for us to invite tourist, You know in here (U.S), after sept. 11 (bombing of world trade center), a lot of people losing there job already, selling their houses, filing for bankruptcy,.I guess were relying more for Filipinos compared to the tourist, with regards to the our tourism these days (mga siguro tag economy diha, kay makabayad man ta sa rate sa mga resort diha.), so my plea is the LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO CONTROL THE PRICES OF THIS RESORT TO INVITE TOURIST. THANKS

I was surprised by the prices of Eskaya myself. However, as long as there is plenty of competition, I am not concerned at all. If they want to carve out a certain niche in the market, or restrict their clientèle to the rich or those who can get refunds from large corporations or governments, it is fine. If you don't want to pay their price, go elsewhere, there is plenty of choice, even for a smaller budget.--Jeroen.

Mrs. Virginia Arnold wrote:
Friday, 23 November 2007 17:06:23 PHT
I have been to Bohol. This January 2008, my three sisters, who have not been to Bohol, and I are planning to visit Bohol. Can You provide us with suggestions on where to go and where to stay? Since we are planning to go to cebu also, we would like the hotels to be not that pricey. Thank you.
Eva Murphy wrote:
Friday, 26 October 2007 10:00:54 PHT
We would like to visit Bohol in late January of 2008. I would like to see your listing of tour packages (round trip airfare from Manila, transfers, accomodations and full meals). Also, could you please include the day tours. My husband and I have never been to Bohol. I would like to stay in a decent resort and see the city to enjoy our vacation.
Elmodauis wrote:
Saturday, 20 October 2007 15:24:48 PHT
For inquiries of bookings and reservation of hotels, Bohol countryside tours, rentals, etc.. just send your request to elmodauis@gmail.com
Ryan wrote:
Thursday, 11 October 2007 17:59:05 PHT
Are there any news article from Bohol? The news here is not updated.

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