Punta Bulata Resort, Cauayan, Negros

Punta Bulata Resort, Cauayan, Negros


Architech Miren Zayco and her husband Bomber,both residents of Bacolod, fell in love with the charming site of Punta Bulata — a peaceful cove of white sand fringed with coconut palm and papaya trees in the middle of a lawn surrounded by green hills. The welcome is warm and personal. You can reach the place after a 2.5 hour drive down a decent road, passing by pleasant countryside composed mainly of sugarcane plantations.

Just before arriving at Punta Bulata, the road meanders through a more hilly landscape with a view of the jagged coastline. From the Punta Bulata cove, you will see the large island of Danjugan quite close by, a smaller neighboring island on the right and on the left, Turtle Island. The white sandy beach in front of Punta is extended by another each, also a part of the resort.

Punta Bulata was once a place where the owners’ family came for visits, a fact which explains its rather haphazard style. It was opened only recently as a resort. All the rooms have a view of the sea. The family Beach suite and the two beach cabanas, completely made by bamboo and nipa, are the closest to the beach. The rooms open, through a large sliding door, onto the terrace, provided with blinds and mosquito netting. The spaces are not very roomy though, as large wooden platforms on which the mattresses are placed take up the space.

The Hillside Suite is quite charming. Leaning against a hill and accessible via a metal spiral staircase, if offers a nice view of the cove which you can admire at leisure from the large bamboo terrace nestled in the trees. The room is very romantic and bright with its two bay windows. A huge mirror whose frame is painted in marine motifs occupies a whole wall. The bathroom is particularly big and nice.

The large yellow tent, more suitable for youngsters, has a bathroom and even air-conditioning. The room however, is reduced to mattresses laid out on the floor. Two narrow rooms with bunk beds, in the the aluminum Turtle Van at the entrance of the resort are not recommended, as you are sure to feel suffocated.

The meals are served either in the little octagonal nipa and bamboo pavilion on the beach, or on your terrace. Deck chairs are available and the shallow waters are ideal for children.

You have several excursion possibilities on the islands in front of the resort. A visit to the marine sanctuary of Danjugan Island may also be organized by the resort, including the permit to visit from Gerry Ledesma, the person in charge of Danjugan. The beach of Hinoba-an is only half an hour away from Punta Bulata Resort.

How to get there

By air and land, 75-minute flights on Air Philippines or Cebu Pacific from Manila to Bacolod, 2 hours and 45 minutes by car from Bacolod airport to the resort.


Rooms Rates
Beach Cabana 1 & 2 Php 2,000++/night
Double Occupancy
Air Conditioned
Spacious toilet with hot and cold shower
Screened terrace where you can lounge and have a drink
Outdoor shower for rinsing after swimming or washing your gear after fishing or diving
Beach Family Suite Php 2,400++/night
Triple Occupancy
Air Conditioned
Spacious toilet with hot and cold shower
Screened terrace where you can lounge and have a drink
Has an extra screened, naturally ventilated room that can accommodate 2 extra persons
Hillside A Superior Php 2,400++/night
Double Occupancy
Air Conditioned
Spacious toilet with hot andcold shower
Screened terrace where youcan lounge and have a drink
Hillside B Php 2,000++/night
Double Occupancy
Air Conditioned
Spacious toilet with hot and cold shower
Aircon Bus Php 4,000++/night
Good for 8 persons
Air Conditioned
With toilet and bath
Beach Casita Php 4,800++/night
Good for 6 Persons
Air Conditioned
Kitchenette and Dining Room (bringing of food & drinks is allowed)
2 Toilets and Showers
Hillside Casita Php 4,800++/night
Double occupancy
Air Conditioned
Can accommodate up to 4 persons
With toilet and shower

   Extra Person (Adult)  Php 400/night
  Extra Person (Child)  Php 100/night
    Extra Bed  Php 500/night


  • Prices do not include 10% Service Charge
  • Bringing of food, drinks & pets is strictly prohibited
  • Check-in 2:00pm / Check-out 12:00nn




  • Skin & Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Bird watching
  • Morning Guided Forest Trek
  • Kayaking

About the Author

By admin / Administrator, bbp_keymaster

on Feb 18, 2008

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Comments (4)

  • Mitch abancio

    hi there just to confirm if you have a free wifi @ your resort? please need your feedback asap on my email..thank you so much.

  • Chris White

    How do I get our dive resort in Moalboal, listed on your website?


    Chris White

  • Beachlover

    contact punta bulata office at:


    they will gladly give you a quotation. i know of several companies who have had an outing here

  • Katrina

    send me a quotation for 68 persons..for a company outing for 5 days & 4 night only….this coming June. Do you have videoke machine that we can rent for the days that were gonna spend. I need a reply the soonest possible…

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