Virgin Island, also called Pontod Island, is one of the several islands included in Bohol Government's jurisdiction. It is located 15-20 minutes away from Panglao Island in the Philippines. This is known to local as the Virgin Island because nobody lives here and the place is not always visited by tourists even though it's opened to the public a long time ago. Virgin Island is one of the many isla ...
nds in the Philippines where a big area of the beach sink during high tide and only the palm trees in the middle of the island are visible.
Known to many locals as the "hidden oasis", Virgin Island is clearly an attraction due to its long stretch of white sand beach during low tide which spans around 1 hectare. The problem during shallow waters is that some motorized outrigger boats can't dock in the island because a lot of sea plants surrounding the area near the docking station will stick to the propeller causing it to malfunction. There's no other docking station except for this single area of the island because most of the parts have very shallow water even during high tide which can cause the outrigger boats to get caught on the underwater rocks or sands.
Virgin Island or Pontod Island Bohol News
Bohol is an amazing island with many beautiful beaches, caves, and waterfalls to explore. However, a day of island hopping to the nearby islands is also a great way to spend your time on Bohol. For $10 USD I was able to enjoy a 6-hour day trip tour to both Virgin Island Bohol and Balicasag Island.
DAY 3 - Chilling in the middle of Ocean
Itinerary of Day 3:
1. Breakfast at Odins Krieger in Panglao Island
2. Chilling & Eat fresh seafood at Virgin Island
3. Dinner & Pool Game at One 4 Da Road Restaurant
4. Body Massage & Mango Milkshake at Alona Beach
I had a lot of fun shooting. Taking these shots (especially the ones that require shooting in an awkward position) while there are a lot of people passing by and staring, definitely took me out of my comfort zone.
This is my first time editing a video expect some mistakes here and there.
It?s been our second time in beautiful Bohol, a place worth visiting for the nth time. It's calm seas, fine white sand, amazing sunsets and laid back lifestyle are just one of its many charms. Last year's visit was all about exploring its famous tourist spots, this time we decided to maximize our stay at the stunning Amorita Resort and explore some islets.
Bohol is like a condensed version of the entire country, which is why this bountiful province is always on the list of must-visit places for first-time travelers in the Philippines. Whether you are looking to get a tan at white sand beaches or dive into the colorful underwater, be mesmerized by the sprawling Chocolate Hills or simply indulge on a relaxing river cruise, visit elegant archaic churches or conquer thrilling adventures, say it and most likely Bohol has it!
We visited the "Friendly City" as we welcome of the Year of the Dog. Bohol is one of the most visited destinations both by foreign and local tourists in the Philippines. The island is famous for its unique landscapes such as the "Chocolate Hills" and also a home of a world endangered species the Tarsier.