Dubbed “Little Tagaytay”, SOLE Vista Mountain Resort offers locals and tourists a vacation that’s easy on the wallet.

SOLE Vista Mountain Resort is a quaint little space up in the mountains of Guimaras. Once you go up the resort, you’re greeted by the cool mountain air, expansive fields of lush vegetation, and a sight that is truly something to behold. From the viewing deck, you get to admire a vista of the calm Guimaras Strait with a backdrop of the contour of Negros Island.

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Also visible from the resort are the wind turbines of Guimaras. From up here, the impressive turbines look tiny and unimportant, a testament that everything dulls in comparison to the wonder of mother nature.     

The mountain resort is simply made for lazy weekends and holidays. The views, atmosphere, and the scenery make it a perfect place to unwind and destress while appreciating the beauty of nature.

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Inside SOLE Vista, you can take a soothing bath under the sky in their signature swimming pool. The pool is part of the viewing deck, so you’re up for the ultimately relaxing experience of admiring the scenery while cooling off and washing your worries away. The mountain resort also offers cozy accommodation in their cottages for day use. These al fresco pavilions provide shade for you and your belongings while still providing that free-flowing fresh air.

SOLE Vista Mountain Resort is a local treasure that reminds us of the beauty of mother nature, together with the importance of keeping the environment healthy and clean. Indeed, the beautiful views from up here wouldn’t be the same if it were deforested or dotted with pollution. Let us be mindful of our actions, so that we can continue to enjoy treasures like SOLE Vista!

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  • Entrance fee: ₱50 per person
  • Swimming fee: ₱100 per person
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  • Open air pavilion: ₱500, day use


  • Corkage fee: N/A
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Exact location on Google maps: East Valencia, Buenavista, Guimaras Island

BY COMMUTE: From Iloilo, head to Port San Pedro. Get a ticket for the pumpboat to Buenavista, Guimaras. Afterwards, hire a tricycle going to SOLE Vista Mountain Resort.

BY CAR: Navigate with Waze or Google Maps and set your destination to “Sole Vista Mountain Resort” in Buenavista, Guimaras.

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