Bugana Beach and Dive Resort
Bugana Beach & Dive Resort is a secret hideaway tucked along the coastline of Campomanes Bay in Sipalay, Negros Occidental.
Its name, which literally translates to ‘abundant’, fittingly describes this resort cove. Imagine a stunning white sand beach surrounded by natural wonders and teeming with rich marine. Its dwelling place is a haven for rest designed for you and your loved ones to breathe, relax, and unwind.
This off-the-beaten-path destination is where you can indulge in pure relaxation and experience the richness of Sipalay.
Barangay Maricalum, Campomanes Bay
Sipalay City, Negros Occidental
(034) 713 0062
(034) 702 8632
(0917) 797 7671 (Calls only)
(0917) 519 8265 (Text)
Bacolod Sales Office
(034) 213 8320
Mondays to Saturdays, 9AM - 6PM
About Bugana Beach and Dive Resort
One of the perfect places to unwind and escape the hustle and bustle of the city is Bugana Beach and Dive Resort. Situated in Sugar Island, this elegant resort provides a bit of privacy and opens up to a beachfront that kids and adults alike will truly enjoy!
Families: Parents who want to give their children the gift of travel will love this resort for its affordability and adventure! There are a lot of activities that can keep the kids busy as Bugana provides paddle boards, kayaks, and island-hopping tours.
Couples: Bugana has gained a reputation of being a romantic place that some couples who take intimate walks with their partners go home engaged after a stay here!
Groups of Friends: Level up your friendship or group outings with water sports. If you haven’t tried diving before, you can get certified here! You guys can also try stand-up paddleboarding, snorkeling, and trekking.
Exceptional Accommodations: Bugana will exceed your expectations with its quirky and classic interiors. You can choose to stay in a villa with an indoor jacuzzi and a private deck, a superior room with twin beds, a terrace room perfect for solo travelers or couples, or a tent type - where you can enjoy the view on the 4th floor with mini tables and chairs on artificial grass. They are all designed in consideration of the guests’ comfort and needs.
Pool & Beachfront location: Their swimming pool and jacuzzi will really invite you to cool off after a long travel or just to beat the summer heat. If you prefer having sand between your toes, head to the beach! If you haven’t had your fill of relaxation in the water, you can stay in their villas that has its own dipping pool with gorgeous views.
Restaurant: Aside from providing Filipino dishes, Bugana also offers a menu incorporated with different cuisines. If you want to enjoy a book by the pool with a drink, grab a glass or two from Balas (Sand) Bar. You’ll never run out of options to satisfy your palate and quench your thirst.
Watersports: With this resort, who said you have to get soaked to witness some underwater beauty the Philippines has to offer? Take one of the resort’s transparent kayaks out into the ocean and say hi to the fishes while staying dry. Remember to try other activities as well as diving, snorkeling, and stand-up paddleboarding (SUP).
Tinagong Dagat: This known tourist spot in Sipalay is burrowed on a picturesque setting surrounded by islets and connected by bridges. Unveil more of the place’s hidden wonder by climbing the hilltop!
Danjugan Island Marine Reserve and Sanctuaries: Explore this wildlife sanctuary that has lagoons, numerous coral reefs, and vast limestone forests. Find out why it’s such a great outdoor classroom for students, a research area for conservationists, and a haven for those who want to experience nature at its purest.
M/V Guimaras (Julien’s Wreck): Take your snorkeling to new heights (or depths) by visiting the wreck, located just 3 km from the shores of Punta Bulata. Get mesmerized by this sunken merchant vessel nestled in colorful, brilliant corals and abounds with fish.
Ubong Cave: With a total of three caves carved-out by the sea, these are natural wonders to behold. The smaller cave - Salvacion Cave - is the one that stands out. Its large opening facing the sea welcome boats and tourists with its cathedral-like feel. If you’ve been snorkeling out in Campomanes Bay, take a break by heading to the shade of the wondrous cave with its cool, clear waters.
Anhawan Turtle Island: Aside from sea turtles regularly nesting their eggs at the sands of Anhawan, the island also boasts of crystal blue waters and rich marine life. Take the rare opportunity to see this beautiful island before it becomes a very popular vacation hot spot.