About Bohol and Panglao Island :
The island province of Bohol is located in the Visayas, one of three major island groups in the Philippines.
Panglao Island is a 20-kilometer limestone island southwest of mainland Bohol. It is separated from the mainland by the Dauis Strait. A causeway connects the island to the mainland. Aside from its white sand beaches, Panglao Island is known for world-class dive sites that are frequented by amateur and professional divers.
How to reach Bohol and Tagbilaran:
Bohol is accessible by air, land and sea transport. The Tagbilaran City Airport is being serviced daily by Cebu Pacific Airlines and Philippines Airlines (1 flight a day each, around 100 minutes and 4000 Pesos one way).
The Tagbilaran City Port, meanwhile is being serviced daily by at least 12 shipping companies that have boats that sail to and from different areas in the country. There are fast boats leaving Cebu every 60-90 minutes connecting the 2 islands like Weesam Express (350 to 450 Pesos one way), SuperCat or OceanJet ( 4-500 Pesos one way).
Isis Bungalows is located at Alona Beach, Panglao Island :
Alona Beach can be reached by car, taxi or tricycle from Tagbilaran City. Alona Beach is a 20-minute car or taxi ride (around 400 Pesos) from Tagbilaran City.