Driftwood Village

Address: Brgy Nauhang, Sugar Beach, Sipalay, Negros, Visayas, 6113, Philippines | Campground
 
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This campground is located on Brgy Nauhang, Sugar Beach, Sipalay.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsDriftwood Village Sipalay

      Reviewed by angelita.lita

      Sugar accomodation

      Reviewed Oct 9, 2014
      by (7 reviews) , Spain Flag of Spain

      Very convinient, and located in a gorgeous place, offers goos service, affordable, and really good food, from german delicacies to filipino food or amazing pizzas. Staff really nice and helpful, the hut was nice and clean.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Driftwood Village Sipalay

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Sipalay

      Asucarrrr

      A travel blog entry by angelita.lita on Oct 09, 2014

      48 photos

      Esta playa es del color del azucar de caña.De ahí el nombre. De hecho, en el camino desde Iloilo hasta bacolod, donde hice noche, no se veian más que camiones con la caña de azucar cargada, y plantaciones a donde miraras. Esa primera parte de mi viaje hasta Sugar Beach la recuerdo con horror, porque fue en una furgoneta, sentada en el asiento que …

      Sugar Beach

      A travel blog entry by kyley on Mar 02, 2014

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      I ended up staying three nights at Sugar Beach. Yesterday I needed batteries, so after a nice relaxed breakfast and a bit of reading on the beach, I headed in to Sipalay town to find a shop. Walking to town involved walking 15 minutes up the beach, having a 3 year old guide me to the path for the paddle boat, finding a paddle boat driver to take me across a little river, walking half an hour up another beach, finding ...

      Negros

      A travel blog entry by kyley on Feb 28, 2014

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      ... the whole trip.

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      At last leaving Manila!

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      ... careful. As it turned out, we didn’t see any, due to the understandable concerns of the cemetery guard.

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      The famous Ifugao rice terraces in Batad

      A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Mar 19, 2011

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