When in Apo Island, Dauin, Negros Oriental

It’s been a few days since I last posted in this blog. What better way to rekindle my writing skills than to feature one of the pride of Negros Oriental, The Apo Island Protected Landscape and Seascape. Located peacefully away from its mainland Dauin, Negros Oriental, this simple community boasts all the magnificent sceneries one…

MKNP: The Wasay Adventure

Wasay. Ok I get it, you haven’t heard of this place though. One, this place is not readily accessible to public transport. Two, your regular car cannot easily get through unless you have a frontdrive (good thing, the LGU is starting to improve the road and will soon be accessible by car). Make no mistake,…

MKNP: The Guintubdan Escapade

What is there that Mount Kanla-on has to offer aside from its seemingly difficult to reach crater? One may ask. But for starter, MKNP is a natural beauty just as soon as you step into the foot of the mountain. One of its six LGUs, La Carlota City’s number one ecotourism destination is the humble…

The Mount Kanla-on Natural Park

This post is just an introduction to a series of blogs I will be publishing regarding the majestic peak of Negros Island Region, the Mount Kanla-on Natural Park (MKNP). I am lucky enough to be working in one of the most famous volcanoes of the Philippines, and dubbed as the “Heart of Negros”. Boasting a…