Summer time? Where to go?


Why not visit Guintubdan? You can spend your time, breathing the fresh air, the freshness of the nature from the surrounding of Sitio Guintubdan, Barangay Ara-al, La Carlota City.

Stay away from the summer heat and feel the coolness and freshness of Guintubdan environs. There's a Guintubdan Visitor's Pavillon and Garden in Brgy. Ara-al. It is one of the tourist destinations of the Province [of Negros Occidental]. Overlooking its top, you can see and appreciate the clean and green botanical garden, ornamental plants, hybrid flowers, waterfalls, spring water, among others.

This pavillon is furnished with tourist class amenities like rooms, beds, viewing center for meetings and conferences. It is also ideal for overnight stay with a cool, cozy atmosphere enhanced with clean, green landscape environs.


What Mayor Juliet Ferrer could say about Guintubdan

While Guintubdan Visitor's Pavillon was inaugurated sometime in February 2012, Mayor Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer in her inaugural message, she told that she had a personal attachment to the place, "This a place close to my heart, the place where Congressman Jeffrey P. Ferrer told me how he felt about me," she said.

Guintubdan is a sitio of Barangay Ara-al, La Carlota City. It is situated at the eastern part of the city. Though, it is smaller compared to other tourist spots in the province of Negros Occidental. It has many natural features to offer like waterfalls, scenic views, and other spell-binding attractions.

It is one of the best sanctuaries for those who want to evade the harsh life in the urban cities. Besides, there are also a lot of exciting things to do in this place like a hike to explore the virgin forest, to marvel at the scenic views of the mountains, to wonder what's behind the huge stones, and to delight in the beauty of the flowers.


Summer or not summer time, you can visit Guintubdan and prove that all your worries be vanished, especially when you stay at the newly Guintubdan Visitor's Pavillon (GVP).

Comments

  1. Not really familiar with the place but I'd love to go here someday. This is what I love about reading blogs! May mga lugar kang ma didiscover na hindi mo alam nag eexist pala. Hehe!

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  2. It's always great to learn about to new places from other bloggers. The Philippines is truly a beautiful county and I'm happy to know that we have a lot of hidden gems like Guintubdan. I hope to visit in the future.

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  3. This is my kind of site to visit. The falls would be the perfect place to cool down this summer.

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  4. So many places to go for Summer! I would definitely like to make a trip here this season.

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  5. it is my first time hearing Guintubdan and I think it will be worth the visit. :)

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  6. I wish I could have seen more photos of the tourist amenities you mentioned inside the guintubdan visitor's pavilion. I think it would be a very convenient place to stay and also to ask for directions.

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  7. its been a long time since my last visit at Guintubdan. In fact I wasn't blogging yet the last time I went there. I guess the city needs to promote this place a little more.

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  8. Interesting place, though I'm not familiar with the names "Guintubdan" and "La Carlota". First time to hear them. Where are they located?

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  9. La Carlota. I agree, where actually is this place ?

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  10. I've been to Negros before but not in La Carlota. Would love to explore the area someday.

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  11. It's my first time to hear about Sitio Guintubdan and I've never been to La Carlota! Looks like a beautiful place.

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  12. Staying away from the summer heat in this beautiful place sounds like my dream holiday. I would definitely like to visit it because you recommend it.

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  13. First time to hear about Guintubdan. It's great that the Mayor promotes the places in your area.

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  14. Never heard about the place -- and I think that adds to the charm! Thanks for the idea!

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  15. This is my first time hearing about Guintubdan. It looks like a beautiful place, I'd like to take my family there someday.

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