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Thursday, June 25, 2009

The Forest Camp: How to go and informations

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The Forest Camp easily connects with other popular tourist destinations in the province like Casaroro Falls, Mabinay Caves, Kaipohan Sulfur Springs on Mt. Talinis, World War II Museum, Lake Balinsasayaw and Bais, for whale and dolphin watching, among others.

The forest camp used to be a private property with an area of 2.3 hectares along Banica River at Valencia, Negros Oriental. It is now considered as one of the most popular tourist destination in Negros Oriental. From Dumaguete City, it takes less than 30 minutes travel going there. You can either hire a van or any private vehicle to go there or you can also use public conveyance. First you need to go to the town of Valencia, then hire a motorcycle called "habal-habal" to go to the Camp. You can also stay overnight on one of the lodges, where you can enjoy the cool weather at Valencia, Negros Oriental.


kathangisip said...

Galing kaming Forrest camp this Feb. Attraction talaga yung jeep anu..hehe

MJ said...

wow never been to negros oriental. hope to go there someday :D

Lavern said...

@kathang isip, korek ka dyan! Heheh...

Lavern said...

@MJ I think you should visit negros oriental it is really a nice place. You'll know why, once I posted casaroro falls and apo island soon.

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