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    (Excerpt from Entrepreneur.com.ph - Money - Forest Camp)

    Eleven kilometers west of Dumaguete in Negros Oriental is Forest Camp, an oasis that began as a picnic area for the Vicuña family in the early 1990s before the Vicuñas opened it to friends, and eventually to the public.

    The camp is now all of 2.2 hectares. It charges P800 for a 12-hour stay in its backpackers' den, which can accommodate up to 10 people, and P1,000 for a 24-hour stay in any of its cottages. Its main hall can house up to 250 people and may be reserved for wedding receptions or conferences for P2,000. The dormitory holds up to 20 students.
     

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    More of Forest Camp

    There is always something to see or do in and around Dumaguete City.:smile:
     

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    The Forest Camp

    The Forest Camp is a nice place to just get away.
     

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    The Forest Camp

    What are you waiting for? Get up and go and enjoy the beauty that is The Forest Camp.:smile:
     

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    The Forest Camp

    Make sure you take your camera with you when you go, there is so much beauty to shoot. The only thing that is missing from these pictures are you. Enjoy.:smile:
     

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    Beautiful Pictures!
     
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    Your pictures always remind me of how much I have to look forward to.
    Thanks again!
     
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    Forest camp is one of my favorite places there in Negros...

    I loved the pool there with that "ice cold" water...especially in the heat...can't wait to get back...


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    WOW!
    It is sooo beautiful! In 35 days i will be in Negros and i'll visit this place!
    Just one question...are there mosquitoes in the forest?
    My husband has a big problem with them - we had been attacked by a huge mosquitoes cloud in Central America :eek:
     
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    There are mosquitoes everywhere in the Philippines but I have not seen clouds of mosquitoes since I left the Great Salt Lake in Utah. Most of the mosquitoes are out at night or stays in the cool shadow in the day time. As i walked through the forest I got a few bites, but it was my fault for I did not plan to go in the woods but I did and they were waiting for me.:smile: But the park is a must see when you get here.

     
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