THE town of Hinoba-an prevails to be an oasis of fun and leisure.
Its pristine and infinite seas with lush vegetation and broad highways make one's travel amazing.
Some local media practitioners toured at this haven over the weekend to unwind and at the same time perform their respective roles as chroniclers.
The Covid-19 health protocols remain enforceable in most local government units from our point of origin in Bacolod City going to Hinoba-an.
Checkpoints are present at the border of Sipalay and also in Hinoba-an.
Hinoba-an serves as a gateway to Negros Oriental passing the Sangke village.
Health protocols were strictly enforced in the area with the closure of the territorial borders in both provinces but sooner, it is hoped that both provincial governments may reduce their health restriction once the Covid-19 cases continue to drop.
Hinoba-an is a tourist destination to behold because of the loveliness of its seashores and mountain scenery.
The main sources of livelihood of the dwellers are fishing and agriculture. Even at the height of the pandemic, the municipality was food sufficient.
The LGU led by Mayor Ernesto Estrao is strong in its commitment to provide its people with their needs for a safer environment.
The town's resilience on the Covid-19 was seen as Councilor Jason Tupas who heads the council's Committee on Health toiled to cushion its impact on the local economy as they continued to implement the various infra projects to generate jobs.
The pandemic was painful to the tourism program of the town but currently, it is slowly picking up.
The town's officials urged the local tourists to follow the health protocols when visiting the town so that everyone is safe and protected.