These Beach Resorts in Bohol Are Reopening in November

Get ready to hit the beach again.

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(SPOT.ph) After the reopening of Ilocos Norte, Baguio, Tagaytay, Batangas, and Boracay to domestic travelers, another tourist destination is set to welcome visitors—even those coming from regions under General Community Quarantine such as Metro Manila. Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque announced in a press briefing on October 29 that Bohol is reopening on November 15.

Bohol Governor Arthur Yap explained that tourists planning to visit the island need to present negative results of an RT-PCR test taken within 72 hours of travel. You're also required to register and get their QR codes via Bohol Tourism's website. Cards with your QR code will be issued upon arrival at the airport. Pre-booking of rooms and guided tours from accredited hotels, resorts, and operators are also required. Yap noted that do-it-yourself trips are not yet allowed.

Mention Bohol and one of the images that come to mind is the tarsier, the world’s second smallest primate found in the forests of Corella on the island.
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Also read:
10 Places to Stay in Bohol for Every Type of Traveler
10 Best Places to Stay in Panglao
The SPOT.ph Guide to Bohol

These Bohol beach resorts are scheduled to reopen in November:

The Bellevue Resort

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Barangay Doljo, Panglao, Bohol
www.thebellevuebohol.com
Rates start at P4,500

The luxury resort was reissued a Department of Tourism certification to reopen as early as May and serve as a a quarantine facility for Overseas Filipino Workers. They have since followed stringent measures to ensure a safe environment for guests and employees, including physical distancing protocols, QR codes for health declaration forms, hourly disinfection of high-touch surfaces, and rigourous cleaning using ultraviolet light santitation devices. The Bellevue Resort is known for its 250-meter wide beachfront with bright blue umbrellas and comfortable beach chairs and an infinity pool that's perfect for an afternoon swim with a view.

Bluewater Panglao Beach

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Barangay Danao, Panglao, Bohol
www.bluewaterpanglao.com.ph
Rates start at P3,100

Bluewater Panglao Beach is a one-stop adventure destination that offers an obstacle course, island boat tours, a firefly tour along Abatan River, and even mango-picking when they’re in season. Their BlueCARES campaign makes sure that guests and staff are safe during the "new normal" through cleaning protocols and health measures. They offer a Work + Study + Play package, which provides adjusted check-in and check-out times so that digital workers and online learners can still go out on vacation even on weekdays.

Henann Resort at Alona Beach

Barangay Tawala, Panglao, Bohol
henann.com/bohol/henannalonabeach/
Rates start at 9,900

Panglao Island's biggest beach resort features up to 400 rooms and cottages, three swimming pools, and a 120-meter strip of white-sand beach. They offer special rates for a week-long or month-long stay in case you want to escape the city for a while. Hennan Resort also lets you book rooms as low as P3,928 for travel in 2021.

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Amorita Resort

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Barangay Tawala, Panglao, Bohol
www.amoritaresort.com
Promo rates start at P5,500

Amorita Resort offers discounted room rates at up to 50% off. Giving you all the more reason to book a private villa with your very own plunge pool and a garden area. They're implementing a four-paint C.A.R.E. program to adapt to the "new normal" of tourism amid the pandemic.

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