The still active volcano Mount Kanlaon in the north of Negros island is also the island's highest. It offers an unrestricted view of the whole of Negros as well as its neighbouring islands - Panay, Siquijor and Cebu. The beautiful national park is a treat for nature lover who will appreciate the flora and fauna.
The underwater world contrasts with the volcanic landscape outside.© Stuart Westmorland
The province is divided between the Negros Occidental and the Negros Oriental.© Mihtiander / 123RF
Negros is home to ancestral forests.© Oleg Doroshenko / 123RF
The island has this nickname because of its sugar cane plantations.© IMAGEMORE / age fotostock