• Tourism
  • Agriculture
  • Health and Sanitation
  • Senior Citizens Programs and Activities
  • Barangay Bingag Projects
  • Barangay Biking Projects
  • Barangay Catarman Projects
  • Barangay Dao Projects
  • Barangay Mariveles Projects
  • Barangay Mayacabac Projects
  • Barangay Poblacion Projects
  • Barangay San Isidro Projects
  • Barangay Songculan Projects
  • Barangay Tabalong Projects
  • Barangay Tinago Projects
  • Barangay Totolan Projects
  • Waterworks Projects
  • New Reservoir and Pumps
  • Municipal Hall Annex and Beautification

Welcome to the Official Website of Dauis, Bohol!

About Dauis

Message of the Mayor

Mayor with FlagWelcome to the Municipality of Dauis, the town of the mystical Hinagdanan Cave and outstanding resorts.

I invite you to explore this website and learn more about our beautiful tourist attractions, projects, state of Local Governance, how to do Business, full disclosure of financial documents and many more about our beloved municipality.

You can also get the latest news about our municipality in this website.

Feel free to give your comments and suggestions in our forum and chatroom

Thank you for visiting and God Bless!

Mayor Marietta T. Sumaylo

About Dauis

Dauis is a fourth income class municipality in the province of Bohol, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 39,448. It is one of two municipalities located on Panglao Island.

320px-Dauis_Bohol_1According to local natives a deep well was constructed in Upper Songculan, Dauis, Bohol in the year 1900 by a Spaniard leader. The locals provided the labor. The well depth is more or less 30 fathoms (55 m; 180 ft) and the diameter is more or less three metres (9.8 ft). Information revealed that the well was constructed through manual digging using bolos, crowbars, pulleys, and rope for digging into the soil stones, which contains limestone rock.

The first bridge between poblacion of Dauis and Mansasa, Tagbilaran was constructed by Spaniards during their reign, possibly in the 18th century. The bridge is still there and in place, used as a connection between the two islands. The other bridge was constructed near the old City Hall of Tagbilaran City, crossing towards Totolan, Dauis. That bridge is known as ‘the causeway’ and leads as far as Panglao Beach resort about 17 kilometres (11 mi) from Tagbilaran.

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