Guihulngan City: The Remote Trove

Yesterday, I took on another adventure. Yes, this time it’s Guihulngan. It is a remote city from the main cities of Negros Island. From Bacolod or Dumaguete, the travel time is around 3.5 hours. If that’s not enough to conclude that it’s a remote area, then imagine taking another half an hour to get to

Bugana Beach and Dive Resort: Growing and SkyRocketing

Somewhere in the deepest part of Sipalay, lies an enchanted abode that is surrounded with a plethora of natural treasures. Thus, the name Bugana came about which is a Hiligaynon term meaning “abundance”. Bugana is abundant (Redundant, I know!) in a lot of things like source of water (that’s freshwater and salt water), sunlight, fresh

Forest Camp: Au Naturel

A beautiful place without people is just a place. Nobody could appreciate its beauty other than the animals dwelling in it. Well, in Forest Camp, that is not the case. This forest-inspired haven is always jam-packed – be it with people, with fun activities, or both. There must be something in the water, the food,

Tejero Highland Resort and Adventure Park: Your Adventure Starts Here

Let us travel northwest of Dumaguete City and jump into a new adventure. Indeed! There’s no other place in Negros Oriental where you’d want to start your adventure. There might be other more intense activities, but starting point should always be the easy ones. From land to air, even the water is exciting. Of course,

Buglasan Festival 2016: Uncovering Unity and Passion Behind The Sweaty Yet Smiling Faces

As the sun rose up to start yet another day, a cloud slowly gathered near Dumaguete. However, they weren’t there to rain on the Buglasan Festival celebration, but to join in with the joys of the people. ­­­­­­­­ Dumaguete City was yet again filled with colors and bright smiles last Friday. The Macias Sports Complex