Natural attractions that look like they are taken directly from a page in a fantasy book are always something to look forward to.
Binhi Eco-Park possesses the same mystical energy that you would feel in a fairy tale but unlike the mysterious forests in our childhood stories, this particular natural attraction has a part that’s man-made – the tranquil and serene lake. Binhi Eco-park looks exactly like where the hobbits would love to chill with native cogon grass cottages lined-up at the bottom of the lake.
Binhi Eco-park possesses one of the most alluring natural views in the Negros Oriental with verdant hills and mountains imposing their grandness and beauty to onlookers by the lake. Green is so abundant everywhere that the water of the lake reflects nothing but the color of nature.
Being located at the foot of the hill, just beyond the cottages is an uphill slope of tall trees that grow up to the peak. In fact, the lake itself is part of a collection of hills with some of them converted into terraced hillside farms. With the presence of the man-made lake near these farms, the lake can act as a reservoir to provide water for the farms.
Nothing can be more secluded from the hustle and bustle of the city than the serene and peaceful Binhi Eco-Park. If you’re traveling all the way from the center of Negros Oriental just to witness the pristine beauty of this park, then you might as well pack a camping tent and stay the night.
Make the most of your nature trip by basking in the cool mountain breeze of Ayungon not only during the day but also at night.
When nature trips you’re looking for, then there’s no better place to go than the man-made nature park of Binhi Eco-Park in Ayungon.
RATES & OTHER INFORMATION
- Contact number: 0936-091-7705
- Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/BanBanLake/
HOW TO GET THERE?
Exact location: Brgy. Banban, Ayungon, Negros Oriental, Visayas
BY CAR: Navigate with Waze or Google Maps and set your destination to “Banban Binhi Eco-Park” in Ayungon. Parking space is available by the side of the road.
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