Palm trees by the pool
Posted Feb 24, 2013
The rooms are huge, with big beds and a long window seat. Shampoo, soap and toothbrushes supplied, as well as bottles of water each day. The restaurant has a lot of choice on the menu as well as a set lunch and dinner option that changes each day if you prefer. Bahura is quiet and peaceful with helpful staff. Wifi works best in the dining area and is not available in rooms. People come to the island mainly to dive - the beach is lovely but is not great for swimming. However the pool is fantastic. A local bus to Robinson's mall in Dumaguete is only 20 pesos and can be caught from the main road at the entrance to the resort. At the mall you can change to a tricycle to Rizal Boulevard on the waterfront where there a lots of bars and restaurants. Tricycles can also take you a bit further to the ferry port if you need to buy ferry tickets to Bohol or Cebu. At the resort, try the pineapple shake by the pool. Room service is also available. Breakfast is a buffet and quite good. A great place for a couple of relaxing days. Pickup from the airport is recommended as there is no real alternative except jeepney or tricycle and bus.