Here are some of the places you need to go to when visiting Dumaguete.
For adventure seekers, Baslay Hot Springs is a preferred destination in Brgy. Baslay, Dauin, Negros Oriental. Not just for any ordinary tourists because the location is not a simple walk-from the park. You must be ready for rough roads and steep steps to reach the Baslay Hot Springs.
Visit them at Baslay Hot Spring, Dauin, Central Visayas, Philippines
The Forest Camp is located 11.5 Kilometers (6 Miles) of paved road west of Dumaguete City. 20 minutes is all it takes to reach paradise; away from the noise and pollution of city life.
The resort is 2.5 Hectares of nature at its best, a valley under a canopy of tropical, indigenous forest trees. It has a river passing through its landscape with cascading sound blending perfectly with the welcoming songs of birds and applause of leaves.
Visit them at 260 Taft St, Valencia, Central Visayas, Philippines
Gracefully situated amidst nipa plantations in a quiet fishing village in Dumaguete City, the Sta. Monica Beach Club lies on the coast of Negros Oriental’s southern peninsula, elegantly punctuating the tropical landscape along the beach at Dumaguete Bay.
The boutique hotel and beach resort venue, managed by One-Of Collection, features 18 beautifully designed deluxe rooms and lofts surrounded by thick, tall palms, providing guests a rejuvenating resort experience in the heart of the provincial capital.
Visit them at Sta. Monica Beach Club, Banilad, Dumaguete, Central Visayas, Philippines
Amid the lush vegetation lies a mystical beauty that nestles on the slopes of Palinpinon in Valencia, Negros Oriental. It is a beauty engulfed with breath-taking sights, a beauty with valuable work of art and a beauty surrounded by magnificent architectural edifices designed with perfection.
It combines the best of resort atmosphere with peace and serenity of the mountainside.
This is what Tierra Alta Residential Resort is all about.
Visit it at Tierra Alta, Palinpinon, Valencia, Central Visayas, Philippines