There is always something new every time I pay Bohol Bee Farm a visit. This year is my third time in Bohol and Panglao Island. Ever since my first visit there, with Travel Factor and when Lia was only 8 months old, I make it a point to go to Bohol Bee Farm whenever I find myself in Bohol. Aside from the delicious food, I love the simplicity of the place. And it just keeps reinventing itself.
I didn’t blog extensively about my first visit there. Posting only a few photos of the beach in Dumaluan, where we were staying at. On my second visit there with my family, we stayed at Bohol Beach Club, right next to Dumaluan Beach Resort, and blogged about the trip extensively. Sadly, of all the 8 posts I made on that trip, only 2 survived the website crash in 2011. I still have to recover the posts. I might be able to recover them soon, but until then, only these two remain.
Tagbilaran Airport (Bohol)
Bohol Beach Club – A Place for Families
DBR Grill at Dumaluan Beach, Panglao Island, Bohol
Dolphin Watching, Snorkeling at Balicasag Island and Virgin Island – A Day in the Bohol Sea
Snorkeling in Balicasag Island, Bohol
Balicasag Island Dive Resort, Bohol
Bohol Bee Farm – Always A Great Experience
Dumaluan Beach, Panglao Island, Bohol
Too bad because I posted photos of Bohol Bee Farm from both 2009 and 2010 in one of the still-missing blog post.
On my way to the Tagbilaran airport, to catch a flight back to Manila, I had the habal-habal (motorcycle) drop by Bohol Bee Farm so I could buy some more of the squash muffins that I like so much. And then I took some more photos of the place.
They are always expanding at the farm. The restaurant now is even bigger. It is actually huge now! And even the store – they have also expanded the store. And even the lobby and receiving area. Maybe they even have more rooms now.
A lounge area near the restaurant.
The deck for sunbathing. This is also where the boat docks for island hopping and dive trips. The stairs leading down is found near the restaurant.
The restaurant in native Filipino style.
The restaurant has nice views of the sea.
Lunch/Dinner Buffet Menu:
Organic Garden Salad with Honey Mustard dressing
Camote Bread with Honey, Mango, and Pesto Spreads
Cabcab with pesto and green tomato
Seafood Soup with Shells, Shrimps, and Organic Veggies
Honey Glazed Chicken, Seafood Lasagna, and Spare Ribs platter
Organic Red Rice with Camote
Home Made Ice Cream
Fresh Lemongrass Juice
Buffet is now Php600/pax, mininum of 2 pax.
There is another restaurant in the middle of the Bohol Bee Farm complex. It is found in the middle of the parking lot and the herb garden/store/lobby and receiving area. This restaurant has a swimming pool.
The herb garden:
The lobby and receiving area:
The bakery, ice cream store, gift shop, souvenir shop and everything else store:
BOHOL BEE FARM
Ms. Vicky Wallace
Dao, Dauis, Panglao Island, Bohol
For more photos of food and the resort/restaurant/farm, reviews and other experiences, visit these other blogs: