NIGS. Mambukal Resort and Wildlife Sanctuary remains a top tourist destination in Negros Occidental. (photo from provincial tourism)
NIGS. Resort and Wildlife Sanctuary is a perfect getaway from the busy, noisy streets of the heavily urbanized neighboring town of Bacolod. (photo from provincial tourism)
IF WE have the chance to visit the tourist sites of the Province of Negros Occidental, our common considerations will always be the distance.
Or, others would think if those destinations would be pleasing to the eye and whether going to those places would be enjoyable for their family and friends.
Of course, the not-so-remote place to consider will include the Mambukal Resort and Wildlife Sanctuary in Murcia, home to bats and natural hot springs, trees, waterfalls and pools.
It can be reached in about 30 minutes from the provincial capital, Bacolod.
Provincial Tourism Officer Cheryl Decena considers Mambukal Resort and Wildlife Sanctuary, under its renowned name, to remain among the must-visit tourist spots with its nature-filled vibe and cool surroundings, rising 1,200 feet above the sea level.
The provincially owned resort is blessed with beautiful spots being a sanctuary for abundant flora and fauna, which is a perfect place for nature hiking, hiking to waterfalls, and bird and bat watching. -mouse.
It will be a pleasant atmosphere to relax and unwind in this beautiful place in Murcia, Negros Occidental – whether you are a domestic or foreign traveler.
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