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I tried Alona and Dumaluan plus read other reviews with Panglao Island. And I must say from my visit this year (last Jan and May), Dumaluan beach side is the best and cleanest in Panglao Island. Not rocky and resorts around are maintaining their beach...More
If you go for the beach experience , this is the best beach in Panglao fir s wimming and snorkeling. Alona Beach offers more puvs, bars and restaurants, but the beach itself is not as great as Dumaluan
You can do a lot of activities, from watersports, videoke, swim, sunbathe,and many more,they have a parking space for your car, you can bring your own food as well all you have to do is rent a native cabana. If you don't have a good...More
We stood three nights in this lovely resort right at the beach. The accommodation was rather large and clean. Only bad thing was the noisy aircon. The breakfast selection was large and filipin style but even westerners like me find enough food there... The beach...More
Whilst it is quieter and less developed than Alona, it really doesn't have much going for it to make it worth the trip. Anything you want to do here you will get gouged for. Want to enter the beach? - 25PHP. Want to park you...More
A stunning beach without anywhere near as much commotion as Alona, though still littered with rubbish (sadly) along the shore. Amazing views of Panglao uninterrupted by boats and shallow for small children. A must see for those deterred by Alona's more cramped vibe.
Very nice beach. Not too crowded, blue ocean and white sand. Definitely worth a visit even if you’re staying near Alona beach. Tricycle ride is 150 from Alona area. We entered from Dumaluan Beach Resort which cost only 50 pesos to enter.