wp66c1e407.png

Bohol, the island of paradoxes

ÎBohol, 10th island in the Philippines

The island of Bohol is multifaceted;

- Agricultural land where rice occupies a prominent place,

- Territory with many protected areas whose primary forest Loboc and lemur called the tarsier,

- Maritime Territory, with its lagoons, mangroves, sand banks in the milddle of the Bohol Sea where thrive algae farms specializing in food,  industry...

- Home territory with the peninsula of Panglao, the sandy beaches as Alona, and tourist resorts.

A Bohol, vous découvrirez;

- Rural village in Filipino, Mr. Roxas, and contact with the local population, the city of Trinidad, its caves, its waterfall ...

 

- Rice cultivation, use of domesticated water buffalo, called carabao and organic vegetable production, fruits,

- Lagoons, mangroves, Bohol Sea and the algae farm, knowledge of medicinal plants, vacuum dried seaweed or prepared via the "fMera farm "

- Knowledge of medicinal plants, vacuum dried seaweed or prepared through the "Mera farm "

 

- The particular sites with Chocolate Hills, Loboc primary forest and the conservatory tarsier, a protected species, but endangered due to habitat loss.

During your stay in Bohol, the room and board will be provided via Dominique and his wife Mera Mr. Roxas near Trinidad. As Ayoki, the conditions are spartan while not missing the essential, bed, mattress, shower, toilet. Meals are provided through farm products, favoring organic fruit and vegetables, fruit juice  made locally with mangoes, raputans, guavas ... and fish, local seaweed and shellfish.

wpb4cf3c2e.png
wp5744ad6e.png
wpb5a010a6.png
wp717d91f1.png
wp46997452.jpg
wpfd343835_0f.jpg
wp17d0cd1d_0f.jpg
wp9de34394_0f.jpg
wp7fdc0167_0f.jpg
wpc7b6b167_1b.jpg
wpd4ed0441_1b.jpg
wp2e47381c_1b.jpg
wp0ccdc1b8_1b.jpg
wp92c6f2a1_1b.jpg
wp1b87c92a.png
wp78abdbc2.png
wpf6bdfa9b.png
wp450888ce.png