Monday, September 13, 2010

Sipalay, the Jewel of Negros



A view from the top gives you tranquility and serenity from the privacy of your rest house.

Wishbone stairs leading to a beach house in Punta Ballo.



View of Punta Ballo shoreline from Nataasan Beach Resort.

Roads are developed in this subdivision area. Each lot has its view of the beach. Ideal for a retirement home or a rest house by the beach.

These steps lead you to the beach.

The entrance to Matlag Cave is just beside the road in Brgy. 4. This is the highway going to Punta Ballo where the beaches such as Artistic Diving, Robinson Cruse and many others are.


It just looks like a big manhole by the side of the road!


Our tour guide from the local tourism office, Marc Torillo, brought us to the amazing and wonderful places any nature-lover would die for.


A glimpse of how it looks inside the cave.
We were not able to go inside because we didn't have the necessary safety gears and permit.



Islets in Brgy. Lat-asan



Malinab Lagoon

Island Living Channel with NITI Tour Guides examining the stalactites in an islet called Maasin.




The new government center of Sipalay City which will be operational by early next year.

Some photos courtesy of Bang Agustin.

2 comments:

  1. oi..love the shots of sipalay...a hidden jewel in Southern Negros..gusto ko magkadtu di..ehhehe..
    nice blog..very informative:D..

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  2. hi pompe, thanks. I'll be more inspired to work on my blogs!

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