The Perfect getaway for a true Eco-Adventure.
Isla Hayahay Beach Resort & Restaurant is your idyllic sanctuary, situated in Pangangan Island.
A beautiful offshore island of Bohol, Philippines.
A Tranquil Paradise. A Haven for Solitude.
Pangangan Island, a marine sanctuary, offers fantastic snorkelling and diving sites to view its diverse marine life — from coral gardens to caves, plunging undersea walls to coral seamounts.
At Isla Hayahay, we offer our guests the opportunity to relax and unwind in an authentic setting of a local fishing community. Here, we try our best to provide you with the comforts of home.
For our staying guests, we provide a free complimentary range of tea & coffee, along with purified drinking water, available on the ground floor area of the restaurant, 24 hours a day!
Ranked #1 of Hotels in Calape
All in all the entire experience was absolutely fantastic and could not fault any element or aspect of our trip to and stay at Isla Hayahay. Blissful getaway, excellent levels of service & outstanding hospitality. We will for sure be recommending.Carl J
A beautiful and peaceful escape. About as far from the intense tourism on Bohol as one can get. Our room, one of the eight, was sparkling clean. It had air conditioning and a hot shower. The beds were typical Philippine, with foam mattresses and simple bedding.Ed G
This is my favorite hotel in the Philippines. It’s in a beautiful location with good snorkling areas right outside the hotel. Things that I enjoyed + Delicious food served in their very pleasant restaurant or at the terrace. + The staff is amazing.Sandra K
Are you a foodie?
Dining at Isla Hayahay Restaurant is an experience of gastronomic delight as the restaurant serves a wide range of Asian and Continental cuisine for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. We are famous for our fresh seafood
“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” Albert Einstein
The sea around Pangangan Island is ideal for a wide range of water activities. Guests can snorkel, dive, fish, island hop or take a leisurely cruise around Calape Bay and beyond. Sometimes you can see dolphins around the area.