“Rich biodiversity, majestic seas, and warm people: This is Negros Oriental,” this is how many people—both local and foreign—see this majestic destination.
And they wouldn’t be mistaken, since for the longest time, Negros Oriental has been visited by countless visitors, eager to bask in its beauty: whether it’s to surf on pristine waters, dip in crystal-clear waterfall pools, or to be closer again to nature, it seems that Negros Oriental has a little something for everyone.
The Balinsasayao Twin Lakes Natural Park, managed by the provincial government, is composed of Lake Balinsasayao and Lake Danao. Both are spectacular examples of bodies of water.
The falls are known to have calm, cool, and refreshing waters and cool whether due the hilly and mountainous compositions.
A volcanic island that is southeast off-coast the province of Negros Oriental, Apo Island, better known as a ‘marine sanctuary’ for sea turtles, is on top of the list for everyone who fancies treading in the waters with these creatures.
The sandbar is often associated with Bais City due to its proximity but it is under the jurisdiction of Manjuyod municipality in Negros Oriental province.
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