SipalayNegros Occidental. Population, including rural areas administered as part of the township, is around 70 thousand.
Sipalay's beaches, coral reefs, caves and waterfalls are little-known, making it one of the best destinations for a trip off the beaten path. You'd find its white beaches deserted. Locals know about it — it is a popular destination for city dwellers from Dumaguete or Bacolod who want peace and quiet for a change — but tourists generally do not.
Sipilay is down on the southern coast of Negros Island, near the border of that island's two provinces. It is usually reached via one of the provincial capitals, Bacolod or Dumaguete, both of which have busy airports and sea ports. It is connected to both via a coastal highway and is roughly equidistant between them.
By busThere are many buses going to and from:
By planeAir Juan offer flights to and from Iloilo and Mactan-Cebu International Airport:
- Cebu-Sipalay on Wednesdays
- Sipalay-Cebu on Sundays
- Iloilo-Sipalay on Mondays
- Sipalay-Iloilo on Thursdays
- Coca Cola wreck
Dive the coral reefs.
Manna Pension Housephone: +63 9268254159address: 1 Quirino street Brgy 1- PoblacionFan and A/C double rooms, a good places for backpackers to stay.
Langub Pensionaddress: Alvarez Street & Lacson StreetFan single/double room with own bathroom.
Aussie Innphone: +63 34 4730611Fan single/double with own bathroom.
phone: +63 9209003663Dorm and double rooms.