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    The White Beach of Anda, Bohol

    About 2.5 hours travel time from Tagbilaran City, Anda, Bohol is home to a long stretch of fine white sand beach that is open to the public and (backpackers who pitch tents on the beach front) and devoid of expensive and exclusive resorts (except a few including Anda White Beach Resort).

    Tutubi visited this small zero-crime-rate town, located on the southeast of Bohol Island, to visit a mystical place.

    Anda White Beach, Bohol:

    white beach anda boholAnda White Beach where Tutubi even found the mayor personally supervising workers clearing the beach front of rocks in preparation for the Timex Triathlon the morrow

    bohol anda white beach cottages

    anda white beach bohol

    Anda White Beach sand is indeed fine white sand, several kilometers long and backpacker-friendly, not much resorts and happenings here, just peace and quiet (Anda is a zero crime rate town where the prison is empty and police doesn't have anything to do)

    A local told Tutubi the sand were quarried and hauled to neighboring Cebu and Mactan Island for use of some resorts there.

    What did Tutubi do in Anda, Bohol that he actually travelled this far out?

    Coming up: the Red Hematite Rock Paintings of Lamanoc Island and the ancient people of Bohol :P

    Anda White Beach
    Coordinates: N9 44 36.4 E124 34 36.1

    Table Rental Rates

    Big Table: PhP150.00 good for 8 persons
    Small Table: PhP75.00, good for 4 persons
    Chair: PhP25.00

    * pay at the municipal treasurer's office nearby

    Related Posts on Bohol:

    Tagbilaran Aiport Guide
    Bohol Tour Itinerary
    Van Rental rate to Anda, Bohol

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    posted by GingGoy @ 10:11 PM,


    At Feb 13, 2012, 12:54:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I hear a lot good about Bohol these days. Man, I should go and visit ;)

    At Feb 15, 2012, 7:55:00 AM, Blogger Photo Cache said...

    you travel all over the country tutubi - is that part of your job description?

    At Feb 16, 2012, 7:25:00 PM, Blogger GingGoy said...

    bw, you should,

    photo cache, sort of. most of my travels are mostly side-trips :P

    At Feb 20, 2012, 12:41:00 PM, Anonymous Philippines Wedding Information said...

    It looks like the beach in bora

    At Feb 21, 2012, 3:28:00 PM, Anonymous Singapore Employment Pass said...

    Nice photographs as well the information is also beautiful and helpful.

    At Feb 23, 2012, 10:24:00 PM, Anonymous Gabz @ Pinoy Travel Freak said...

    Never heard of this beach before. I only went to Alona Beach in Panglao. This one looks unspoiled and quiet. :-)

    At Jun 16, 2012, 1:46:00 PM, Anonymous news said...

    Anda is more beautiful than Panglao Island. It takes decades before Anda was rediscovered.


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