Bohol province has other things going for it as a tourist destination, aside from its white sand beaches, Loboc River Cruise, Ziplines, Marine Biodiversity, and Chocolate Hills.
Bien Unido is known not just seaweed capital in the country but also famous “Bohol’s Last Frontier.” is a part of the Danajon Bank, one of the rare double barrier reefs of the world. An added attraction is the underwater grotto. In 2010, the town installed 14-foot of the Virgin Mary and Sr. Sto. Nino statues were positioned 60 feet underwater in the reef to remind illegal fishermen that God created the seas and to a reminder for us to take good care of our environment.
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How to get there:
* From the Tagbilaran seaport/airport, you ride a tricycle to the integrated bus terminal in Dao.
* At the terminal, you ride a bus/van headed to Bien Unido. The travel time is around 4 hours.
Bien Unido’s Underwater Grotto Reviewed by The Backpack Man on 3:08:00 PM Rating: