Satori Cliff in Basay, Negros Oriental is a must-see place for someone who loves nature and extreme water activities.
Going to Satori Cliff takes a lot of travel time, around five hours if you are coming from Bacolod City. So, to make your effort more practical, you should include this tourist sight as part of your Hinobaan travel itinerary.
In this article, I will discuss the five fun activities to make your Satori Cliff sojourn more fun and memorable:
1. Stroll around and read interesting quotes.
Satori Cliff’s area is around less than one hectare of amazing rock formations and greens with a cliff whose height is as tall as a three-story building from the viewing deck to the water down below.
You will appreciate the benefits of trees in the environment because roaming around the area is a comfortable exercise plus you will read a lot of interesting quotes. Some lines are funny too, you won’t realize you already covered the whole area by reading all the phrases.
2. Have a picnic in one of the gazebos.
Be it with family, friends or special someone, having a cool smoothie and chips is memorable. With the trees and rock formation as a backdrop, you will have a lot to talk about after visiting Satori.
But, you need to bring your own food as the lone food kiosk there sells junk food and cold drinks only.
3. Watch the sunset.
If you are a hopeless romantic or just simply a sunset lover, watching the sunset in the middle of the sea, unobstructed is a rare opportunity.
You will love the bursting of different colors of orange and red as the sun slowly kisses the sea goodbye. Plus, the viewing deck overlooking the cliff is the best place to be in while watching the sun slowly descends to the ocean floor.
You are given a front-row seat as you watch in awe and take pictures of the sunset on the horizon.
4. Dive or snorkel in the deep blue water.
Bring along your diving gear and snorkel when you want to do these water activities. The resort’s management is not yet offering rentals of these equipment.
While I did not come closer to the seawater down below, I was told that swimmers are treated to a display of coral reefs and many fish species in the water.
5. Take as many pictures as you can.
Take unlimited pictures to remember your visit here. The surroundings are worthy of an Instagram picture. The photos accompanying this post are not lying.
We communed with nature. The amazing rock formations and the high cliff is one-of-a-kind. For a city dweller like us, this is a rare sight and experience.
We had so much fun taking pictures and having endless conversations with my siblings, an opportunity we missed doing for a long time.