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Negros Occidental - Mambukal Resort in Murcia


I am quite sure that most of us want to take a break from our usual daily activities. Having not to think of anything but to commune with nature.


Mambukal Mountain Resort, a government-owned piece of paradise is a favorite vacation destination of local and foreign tourists since it is very accessible from Bacolod City, the capital city of Negros Occidental. It is located in the town of Murcia, some 31 km east of Bacolod city. With a land area of over 23.6 hectares, it is blessed with numerous beautiful natural resources and unparalleled scenic features.


Lies at about 1,200 feet above sea level, it serves as a gateway to the Mt. Kanlaon Volcano.


This is a perfect getaway for adventure seekers like me. It offers more than great encounters with nature, but an experience of a lifetime. You can try the Canopy Walk with its hanging bridges, challenge yourself on the Rock Climbing Wall, do boating in the lagoon, or try their "slide for life" (zipline). For more adventure, one can trek up to the seven falls where your endurance can truly be tested. I did the trekking up to the water falls and saw 5 out of the 7 water falls with the help of my guide, Joven.





If relaxation is what you’re after, there’s the swimming and dipping pools, bat, bird and firefly watching and spa treatments. You can also bring your kids and they will surely enjoy the butterfly garden and the kiddie pool.





Accommodation is available for small and big groups at a very affordable price. Room rates range from 600 pesos for a Tourist Lodge to 4,000 pesos for a Family Cottage with 2 bedrooms, living and dining rooms and a kitchen. You can also opt to set up your tent and camp for only 30 pesos per person.




I didn't bother to swim, the weather is not so good as it was raining from time to time. Tough it was just a half-day tour for me, I definitely had fun!


How to get there

The resort is around 30 minutes by private vehicle and 45 minutes by mini bus or jeepney from Bacolod City. In Libertad Terminal, take the “double tire” mini-buses going to Mambukal. Fare is around 30 pesos. Getting out is easy, mini buses are almost always available from Mambukal Resort going back to Bacolod City.


For Reservations

You may call:
Mambukal Reservation Office - (034) 709-0990 or (034) 433-8516
Mambukal Resort - (034) 710-0801 or (034) 473-0610

I recommend that you get Joven as your guide. He knows a lot about the resort as he is doing this for almost 8 years now.





This Negros Occidental solo trip happened last December 11-12, 2010. Here is a series of posts on my 2-day experience in one of the most progressive provinces in the country. Discover the places I've been to, the people I met, the food I tasted and the experience I gained in this memorable adventure.

Bacolod, Murcia, Talisay and Silay | Mambukal Resort in Murcia | The Town of Murcia | The Ruins in Talisay City | Silay City, "The Paris of Negros" | The Capitol Park and Lagoon Complex | The San Sebastian Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace | Pope John Paul II Tower in Bacolod City | Heritage Houses in Silay City





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13 comments :

renz bacani ginez said...

wow!!! nakakamangha po mga view..:)

pusang kalye said...

huawaw---mukhang sikat tong lugar na to dyan sa Visayas kasi me friend ako na member ng young photographer philippines na pumunta dyan kamakailan lang pero parang naglakad ata sila ng kalayo-layo.pawis na pawis sila eh.

Pinoy AdvenTurista said...

@renz-maganda talaga ang view dun, forest kc cya...

@pusang kalye-ah ok...hehehe... medyu malayo nga ang nilalakad if you want to go around the whole place.... pero di naman mainit kc forest cya...

Renz said...

nice.
iba na namang lugar to :]
hanep talaga.

Pinoy AdvenTurista said...

@Renz-hehehe... thanks po... =D

NoBenta said...

huwaw, ang ganda ng waterfalls!! at ang linis ng lugar. parang wala ka sa pinas!astig!

Chyng said...

omg,im so tempted! pictures palang, im very much relaxed na.. cant wait to travel again! =)

Axl Powerhouse Production Inc, said...

wow i love the way you shoot the falls.. (yun talaga yung nakita eh no).. galing.. :D

Pinoy AdvenTurista said...

@NoBenta-astig talaga cya! ang ganda...

@Chyng-include this sa susunod na trip mo...

@Axl-wahahaha!!! thanks po!

lakwatserong tatay said...

wow...kainggit ka naman...

ibang lugar ulit....ako pahinga muna...
after ng lakad ko sa february...
mga ilang months ko mamimiss ang adventure....
huhuhu.....

Pinoy AdvenTurista said...

@lakwatserong tatay-wahahaha!!! sinasamantala ko lang at walang masyadong worload sa office... hehehe!!! hope to see you sa mga climbs at mga trips! =D

lakwatserong tatay said...

cguro sa mga climbs pwede...
pero after august pwwede na cguro ulit ung mga backpack trips.....

tama pwede namn un pra maiba trip with coblogger...mas masaya...diba..

ano ba sked ng mga lakad mo next year?
pra makasabay...kung ok lng...hehehehe...

Pinoy AdvenTurista said...

@lakwatserong tatay - meron ako sa Davao by feb, organized ng mga friends ko... I'm planning pa isa pang solo adventure...

climbs naman wala pang sked, pag meron kayu, invite me! hehehe!!!

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