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Cabilao, Bohol

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Just an hour or so away from Alona Beach, you couldn’t have more of a contrast in Destinations, from hustle and bustle to the complete quiet and tranquility of Cabilao. Make no mistake though, there is stunning diving to be had around this small island.

If it were not for diving, Cabilao would not register in any tourism guidebook; it’s a small island just off the West coast of Bohol, with fishing and agriculture as the main livelihoods for its people.


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About Diving

15 years ago, before diving had really taken off in the Philippines, Cabilao was one of the main dive destinations; Hammerheads could be seen regularly on the dive site ‘Shark Point’. Sadly, courtesy of the shark fining trade, those days are long gone.



Good to know

  • Best time of year: Diving all year round, but best between February and July
  • Dive Qualification: Open Water dive qualification suitable
  • Favorite dive sites: Lighthouse and Polaris House reef.
  • Off gas day: Take a trip to the mainland to see the Chocolate Hills and Tarsier sanctuary
  • Try food at: Polaris Pizzas from their stone oven are great!
  • Sunset drinks: Polaris Cocktail bar
  • Local Highlights: Just relax, you're on holiday!

Cabilao, Bohol – on the map


Resorts and Dive Centres


Guide Price

740

Per person. Twin share

  • 7 nights B & B

  • 15 dives

  • Domestic transfers

Polaris Beach and Dive Resort

      On the beautifully peaceful small island of Cabilao, Polaris Beach and Dive Resort is the perfect place where you can dive like crazy on the magnificent surrounding reefs and have all the comforts and space you would like to have in a resort. One of the first things you notice at Polaris is...


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