Bohol Philippines map

As we can see from the Bohol Philippines map, getting to amun ini consists of a short plane ride from Manila or a fast ferry from Cebu, the two major ports of entry to the Philippines. Bohol is the 10th largest island in the Philippine archipelago and is part of the Visayan region which lies in the central part of the country. It is about 630 air kms. southeast of Manila, the nation’s capital and principal gateway into the country from most countries. amun ini is located in the municipality of Anda in the province of Bohol, about 90 km. from the capital city of Tagbilaran where the airport and main sea port is located. Following is the Bohol Philippines map that will give you a clearer idea as to where amun ini is located:

 

 

 

 

 

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 Tagbilaran city – the transport hub of Bohol

 

 

As you can see from the Bohol Philippines map, it is relatively easy with four airlines serving the Manila-Tagbilaran route: Philippine Airlines www.philippineairlines.com  ,  Zest Air www.zestair.com.ph  ,  Cebu Pacific Air  www.cebupacificair.com  and Airphil Express www.airphilexpress.com . If your point of entry into the Philippines is Cebu City, Mid-Sea Express is an island airline that services Cebu City and Tagbilaran with an early morning flight that takes around 20 minutes. Please check their site:  www.midseaexpress.com  for their itinerary. The more common option is to take a fast ferry to Tagbilaran that takes a bit less than two hours. There is also a regular ferry service from Cebu City and other southern Philippine cities to a number of ports in Bohol island besides the main port of Tagbilaran.

 

 

From the Bohol Philippines map…

 

 

bohol philippines map Baclayon Churchyou will most probably get to the Tagbilaran airport or pier. From there, we can arrange to have you met with a car and driver that will take you to amun ini. The 90 minute ride will go through a typical Philippine countryside and pass by quaint towns with old colonial period stone churches. The highway skirts Bohol’s scenic southern coast where you will see rice fields on one side and the Bohol Sea on the other. If you are coming from other cities or islands, getting to Bohol Philippines can be quite a challenge for first timers. Please let us know and we will do our best to help you get to amun ini as efficiently as possible.



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