About an hour and a half north from Sta. Monica, you’ll find the whalesharks of Oslob. Despite the enormity of these sea creatures, whalesharks are actually harmless and feed on plankton and krill. See the gentle giants up close and personal.
Balinsasayaw Twin Lakes
The two lakes sit over 1,000 feet high and Span across the towns of Valencia and Sibulan. Trek across lush greenery, hear the sound of exotic birds and be one with nature. This natural wonder is only a 45 minute ride from Sta. Monica Beach Club.
Off the southern tip of Negros this 74 hectare protected marine sanctuary holds some of the earth’s most vibrant creatures, from coffee table sized sea turtles to tiny clown fish. Experience an entirely different world underwater. Apo island is only an hour and a half from Sta. Monica Beach Club.
Pulang Bato Falls
Take a dip into the refreshing and cool waters of Pulang Bato water falls and see the natural red rocks of Valencia. The falls is only 45 minutes away from Sta Monica Beach Club.
Manjuyod Sand Bar
Dubbed as the Maldives of the Philippines, Manjuyod sandbar is as 7 kilometer stretch of powdery white sand dotted by huts that serve as resting areas. The island is a popular stop over when going dolphin or whale watching.