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Bantayan Island-A Patch of Paradise

If you want to release all the stresses and the pressures that you are feeling right now, Bantayan Island is the place you may be looking for.

Bantayan Island Location

Bantayan is a small island loacted on the northern tip of Cebu, Philippines. From the city, it can be reached, first by a two-hour bus travel to the port, then an hour of sea travel in a two-decked barge.

Bantayan Beach Resorts

Bantayan island is home to world class beach resorts. With fine grained white sand and crystal clear waters, you will truly enjoy their beaches. Added to the relaxation is the fact that the beaches are not crowded, so you can find time to for yourself to reflect. If you have your family with you, it's the perfect time to talk about things we usually forget due to the busy life on the city.

bantayan island beach

I have been to Bantayan Island last April and I'm very satisfied with my experience there.

Bantayan Island Resort


No need to worry much about the cost, it's very cheap. With $100 (P5000) per person, you can have it all including the transportation from the city to the island.
We are working to live and not living to work, so take time top relax and leave all your worries behind. Bantayan island is waiting for you.

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  2. Been there in Bantayan, a very nice place indeed.. i love the ogtong cave resort where you can choose your preference. You can either enjoy the pure white sand beach, relaxing pool or a cool of in the cold and fresh water inside the ogtong cave.

  3. Been there in Bantayan, a very nice place indeed.. i love the ogtong cave resort where you can choose your preference (beach, pool or a cool of in the cold and fresh water of the ogtong cave.

  4. Been there in Bantayan, a very nice place indeed.. i love the ogtong cave resort where you can choose your preference. You can enjoy the pure white sand beach, relaxing pool or a cool of in the cold and fresh water of the ogtong cave.

  5. Thanks for visiting, Abs. I've been to Bantayan island, too, many years back. It was totally unforgettable! You relive my past...hehe. Anyways, we had a great experience there with my German and Thai friends -- sailing, swimming, boating around, relaxing in the resort hotel, and just plainly enjoying the foods. That was great and so the place!

  6. i havent been there in bantayan but i really love the place and it's my dream that soon i can visit the place with my loveones....hopefully sooonnnnnn.............

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  8. Never been there dude...beaches and sea shores are a bit boring know...i have a better suggestion...why dont you take a splash at redhorse beach resort and colt45 hotel and restaurant?eh?! can only find it at san miguel islands!...=P

    Your anxieties will instantly rum!...i mean run!!!...peace on earth...^_^

  9. hey dude...i think your new in social network thingy...whats wrong with my comments? just expressing my opinion just like blogger like you always do right?...freedom in expressing opinions is what drives this social networks thing you know?...stop filtering...if you take freedom/previlage of speech to others,and so are you...think about it dude...lesson learned newbie...

  10. Thanks for the advise....I have reasons why I kept filtering comments from my readers. Anyway, I will take serious consideration of your advise. Thanks...


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