On Panglao Island you will visit the Church “Miracle Water” in Dauis, Hinagdanan Cave, Shell museum, Panglao Church and Watch tower and walking along Alona beach.
Miracle Water Church ( Our Lady of the Assumption) is one of the oldest and most beautiful churches in Bohol. The exterior of the church is like most basilicas built during the Spanish era. There was a bell tower in the facade, large windows line the sidewalls and the town plaza is just beside the church.
Inside, the ceiling is covered with murals portraying biblical scenes, posts are lined uniformly and floor tiles are neatly placed and maintained.
In front, just before the altar, there is a well that is said to have holy waters. According to the legend, when pirates invaded the town, locals locked themselves in the church. The well miraculously appeared when they were running out of supplies. Up to now, people are still getting holy water from the well.
One of the most interesting caves in Boholis the Hinagdanan Cave. It is a naturally lighted cavern in Barangay Bingag, Dauis. Aside from the distinct rock formations, it also has a fresh water lagoon about 10-12 meters deep at the center of the cave. The beauty and structure of Hinagdanan Cave is attributed by the island’s rich karst or limestone formations.
Duration: 6 – 8 hours
Entrance Fees: Php 300/person