This Summer: Five Things to do in Dumaguete
June 24, 2012 § Leave a comment
Two. Soothe the Spirit. Enrich your soul at the Dumaguete Cathedral, Negros Oriental’s oldest stone church built in the 17th century and see the Campanario de Dumguete, a belfry completed in the 1760’s that houses the oldest and biggest bell dated 1818.
Three, Delight in Delicacies. Savor the mouthwatering goodness of Sans Rival pastries and delightful Panda Fried Ice Cream. Also discover savory dishes at a row of restaurants such as the Casablanca Delicatessen and Restaurant by the boulevard, the Spanish-themed Cafe Antonio built within a heritage house and the Kri that offers exciting modern fusion cuisine.
Four. View beautiful homes. Visit Dumaguete City’s newest tourist attraction and premier address Camella Dumaguete nestled along Palinpinon Road. This picturesque community is dotted with Carribean pine trees, lush gardens, pocket parks and meditat ion ponds set against a magnificent view of the Cuernos de Negros, a majestic mountain range.
Completing the picture are model houses, a grandiose gate with CCTV security system, jogging trails, basketball court, children’s playground and Pavilion.
These extraordinary amenit ies will make Dumaguete City not just a dest ination hub but more so as a pleasant environment to retire in and settle.
Camella Dumaguete is a part of Vista Land & Lifescapes Inc. , the country’s largest homebuilder with 250,000 houses in 21 provinces in 48 cities and municipalities. Visit Camella Dumaguete office at G/F Plaza Milagros Bldg., Gov. Perdices St., Dumaguete City (035) 421- 0911 http://www.camella.com.ph. Five. Jump off to adventure!
From Dumaguete, ride a few kilometers away to amazing adventure destinations – Apo Island, a 72-hectare volcanic islet known to be one of the ten best dive sites in the world; Casaroro Falls, roaring water plunging 100 meters into a pool; and dolphin and whale watching in Bais City along the scenic Tanon Strait.