Pangangan Island
Pangangan MapIsla Hayahay Beach Resort and Restaurant is located on the island of Pangangan in Barangay Lomboy. It is about 4.5 km off the east coast of Calape, Bohol, and has a total area of 946 hectares. About 115 hectares has been declared as a Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve. The island is flat and characterized by sparse vegetation with some coconut trees, corn and cassava. Limestone outcrops on red sandy soil dominate most of its vacant and undeveloped areas.

It is easily accessible by land, a 3.5-km causeway connects it to the mainland of Bohol. This coral-and-limestone causeway is lined and protected from strong waves and typhoons by mangroves.

Giant ClamThe sea around Pangangan Island is ideal for a wide range of water activities. It offers excellent recreational opportunities for travelling sportsmen as well as more relaxing activities for those less inclined towards sport. Around the island, guests can snorkel, dive, fish, island hop or take a leisurely cruise around Calape Bay and beyond.







Calape Bohol
Calape Church

Calape is a town situated in the northwestern part of Bohol, along the western coast, facing the island of Cebu on the north. It is about 41 kilometers from Tagbilaran City and is adjacent to the town of Tubigon, Bohol's second major port. An 18th-century Gothic church, which was built by the Spanish, is located in the town.


Chocolate Hills Bohol is where the famous Chocolate Hills, a curious formation of more than a hundred haycock hills of almost the same size and declared as one of the world's wonders, can be found. Also in Bohol, the world's smallest monkey known as the "tarsier" thrives.



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