Welcome to ExperienceNegros.com, your online guide to Negros Occidental! We are dedicated to provide a comprehensive and practical information on Bacolod City and Negros Occidental from a firsthand perspective in order to give you reliable information to guide your visit.
We created this website for you if you are planning to visit Negros Occidental, consider living in Negros Occidental, planning to invest in Negros Occidental or simply want to learn more about Bacolod City and Negros Occidental.
There are already a lot of website with information on Negros Occidental but they are mostly commercial websites and written for the search engine. We write for you, our dear readers, and we share from our own firsthand experiences.
We know Bacolod City and Negros Occidental because we have lived here. Some of our contributors have been born and raised here. To get the best from your visit, we will be featuring different destinations, give tips in finding the best but cheap hotels in Bacolod, and give honest reviews of hotels, restaurants and coffee shops.
If you haven’t finalized your travel plans yet, we will help you choose the right tour package whether with a travel agency or a Do-It-Yourself travel based on your budget. We want to ensure you get all the help you need in order for you to get the best from your experience in Bacolod City and Negros Occidental.
MEET THE TEAM
- Glady Reyes – a full time employee with a passion for travel and blogging. Born and raised in Iloilo but considers Bacolod home since 2004. Considers herself a Negrense by choice. She wants to share the different facets of life in Negros and her experiences as she explore and discover the various attractions in Negros.
- Roxie Yap – a thirty-something mom with a passion for a lot of things: cooking, reading, picture-taking, traveling and crafts. Blogging about her passions is her way of sharing to people the many good things that she enjoys. Read about the Bits & Pieces of Roxie.
- Mark Mayo – Magallanes – a simple writer with the heart to express one’s self without though of prejudice to an idea. Born as a simple Bacoleño Negrense, he is in an interesting sojourn away from his home to seek a new meaning to life, love and career. Mark blogs at Republica Negrense.
Readers are encouraged to share their own experiences, so don’t hesitate to contact us.