Much has been said about Punta Bulata Resort. It's nestled 154 kms south of Bacolod near the border of the town of Cauayan and Sipalay City. Roughly 3 1/2 to 4 hours drive. It's a long drive and caters to high end guests. But I gotta see it for myself so I finally took the invitation of COO Thomas Zayco to visit and experience Punta Bulata. Since it's a long drive, there were at least 3 pitstops for some drinks and restrooms. And the sceneries along the highway are really amazing! the sugarcane plantations, the rice fields, the mountain slopes and the calm waters along the coasts. The main roads are all paved. The last 30 min of the travel is when you encounter rough road when you take the interior barangay road. But it's not that bad, at least not on a 4 x 4 vehicle.
Welcome to Punta Bulata Resort!!!
At the reception, Jemila welcomes you with cold towels to freshen you after that long trip from Bacolod.
and a glass of iced lemon grass tea
Wow! This view awaits you!!!
Would you want to stay and sleep in one of these cabanas?
I did! and I really loved it!
look at the big bed
spacious bathroom with outdoor rain shower
reasonably priced menu
What I had for lunch??
Chicken in Honey Lemon sauce with Chinese rice
I enjoyed the walks along the pink shoreline. Pieces of shells abound but I did not dare touch them.
the restaurant by night
To the left of the coast, is the Turtle group of Islands.
This is Turtle Island when viewed coming from Danjugan Island.
This is the view from the right side of the resort.
From left is the Danjugan Marine Sanctuary Island and at right is the Agutaya Island.
for more details, visit http://www.puntabulata.com/