Nature’s Village Resort: A Hideaway Close To Nature

Nature’s Village Resort in Talisay City is the nearest resort-hotel from the Bacolod-Silay Airport. At only 3.5 km away from downtown Bacolod City, the resort is likewise very accessible from the capital city.

When it was developed in 1992, the owners planted hundreds of eucalyptus  trees around the perimeter of the property. The trees are now towering over the resort, giving it shade and cool atmosphere. Set against the backdrop of Mt. Marapara and surrounded by sugarcane plantations, the resort has a tranquil atmosphere suited for a relaxing vacation.

Village Hotel

 The ambiance of the Village Hotel is homey and rustic. The interior was designed by Nina Paras with interesting pieces from the collection of the owners. All furniture and fixtures were made at the Village Shop by long time employees utilizing local materials.

The dedication of the owners in the preservation of Negrense culture is very evident in the lobby which they successfully turned into a repository of distinctly Negrense items. Many of the items on display were once prized possessions in local households but have lost their functions over time as people would prefer the convenience of modern facilities.

There were chandeliers made from glass ocean buoys once used as net markers by fishermen in the province. There were also pottery jars from Tangub, lusong from Sipalay, coconut graters and stone grinders Railroad ties fashioned into other furniture items is a sad reminder of the once heyday of the Iron Dinosaurs.

Visitors can also buy authentic Negrense products for souvenirs from the resort souvenir shop. Items collected from the travels of the owners were also on display. Most prominent among the colelctions are the folk textiles painstakingly made by hand. These items were cultural icons and were made for a specific purpose. There were short notes attached to them so the visitors can appreciate their value.

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Amenities

Function Hall

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The Restaurant

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Salvacion Park Pool

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Camp Edgar

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Commitment to Sustainable Tourism and Development

The commitment of the management of Nature’s Village to sustainable tourism is ingrained in the company’s Vision and Mission. This culture of environment awareness and protection is evident in the sustainable practices of the resort

  • The staff are trained how to care for the environment and be an example to the guests
  • The resort adheres to the Solid Waste Management Program of Talisay City
  • An organic farm was set-up to make use of biodegradable wastes of the resort and the produce are also served to the guests
  • Noise pollution control programs are in place to secure guests’ relaxation

The efforts made by Nature’s Village toward sustainable tourism are really commendable and should be emulated by other hotels and resorts. It’s nice to stay in a resort with all the amenities for relaxation. But to stay in one where you are assured that their practices protect the environment will not only give you respite but also give you the satisfaction that you also help in the protection of the environment.

For inquiries, contact:

Nature’s Village Resort Talisay City, Negros Occidental 6115
Philippines
Phone: (63) (34) 495-0808 / 4953369 / 712-1272
Fax: (63) (34) 495-3368
Mobile: (63) (920)902-3075 / (920)812-4924
Email: info@naturesvillageresort.net
Website: www.naturesvillageresort.net

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Photo by: Anne Valdez

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Comments

  1. Ched Reyes says

    Ma’am, may i know how I can get in touch with Ms. Nina Paras (the designer mentioned in the article). I met and became good friends with one Nina Paras who is also a designer while I was the Property Manager of the condo where she used to stay. I lost her number when I lost my cellphone years ago. I’ve been trying to find out where she is (checking facebook, etc) until i came across this article… I’m hoping you can help me… many thanks!

  2. Tikalon says

    Wala pics ga gwa haw? Anyway. I’ve always loved Nature’s Village, I remember their playground with the obstacle course pa. Swimming parties sa pool, Saturday afternoons sa driving range… Haven’t been back since 2002, nami na gid na da guro.

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