Mambukal has several recreational facilities available such the Ishiwata Bath House, Slide for Life, Wall Climbing, Canopy Walk and several swimming pools. Sulfur Spring, Butterfly Garden as well as try trekking to the 7th falls of Mambukal and some bat watching are some of the attractions you should not miss. For those who plan to stay overnight, rooms are also available. Rates can be found below.
In a few weeks, they will be celebrating the Mudpack Festival at Mambukal Mountain Resort happening on the 3rd week of June. The Mudpack Festival celebrates the harmony of man and nature. The festivity features Clay Body Painting, Drumbeating Competition, Tribal Dance and Ms. Earth-Mambukal among a few.
This year's theme is: Pray. Heal. Celebrate Life. Kindly refer to the poster below for the schedule of activities.
|Source: Mambukal's Resort FB Page|
For more details about the Mudpack Festival this 2017, please visit Mambukal Resort's Facebook page.
About the Resort
Mambukal Resort is owned and managed by the Provincial Government of Negros Occidental under the Economic Enterprise Development Department. Mambukal's contact number is (034) 473-0610 for reservation and inquiries.