Tagbilaran City is the main entrance of the Bohol provincial island and the capital of the province. Also known as "City of Peace and Friendship", Tagbilaran is a relatively small city of the island. Regarded as a key city in the Bicol Region of the Philippines, Naga City is the third Spanish Royal City after Iloilo and Manila. Naga City is located slightly northwest of Tagbilaran. As it is located at the center of the Bicol Peninsula, Naga is popularly referred to as the "Queen City of Bicol' or the "Heart of Bicol". Interestingly, there are two cities in Philippine that are named after Naga, the other one Naga City is in Cebu. So next time, don’t get confused when booking your flight ticket, make sure you are heading to the right Naga City!
Naga is suitable to visit all year round. However, you should avoid the rainy and typhoon season from June to October.
Bohol-Panglao International Airport - It is the fundamental passage via air transportation to the commonplace island of Bohol. Situated in the City of Peace and Friendship, Tagbilaran, the recently open air terminal works to supplant the old terminal at Tagbilaran Airport situated in the midtown zone. Air Asia, Air Juan, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines offer residential flights to Manila, Boracay, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu City, Davao and Angeles. What's more, Philippine Airlines offers universal trip to Seoul, Korea.
Naga Airport - Naga Aiport, which is located in the province of Camarines Sur in the Philippines is an airport serving the city and metropolitan area of Naga and the provincial capital Pili. Don’t get confused, because although the airport is named after Naga, it is actually situated in Pili, the capital of the province.
Like the rest of the Philippines, Naga has a tropical climate. It is generally hot and dry from March to May, and the temperature decreases slightly from November to February.