What do Dumaguete and Dauin
have to offer?

There are many reasons to become a dive professional. But the love of diving is something all dive professionals share. The diving in Dauin and Apo Island is exceptional.

The marine sanctuaries lining the Dauin coastline are regarded as some of the best in the world for macro diving. If you have a wish list of critters this is the area to dive, from frogfish to all manner of octopus, nudibranchs to cuttlefish, seahorses to sea snakes, the Dauin coast has it all.

Apo Island is a scuba divers heaven and has been a well-preserved marine sanctuary for the past 20 years and has an international reputation as having one of the most diverse and stunning collections of corals in Asia Pacific. Apart from amazing corals Apo Island is also a breeding ground for turtles and has an abundant marine life.

Dumaguete, Dauin and Negros Oriental in general offer more adventure, culture and activities than almost anywhere else in the Philippines. That’s why we love it here, and you will too.


Naturally Negros

Dumaguete is a vibrant university town, while Dauin is a diver’s paradise on the beaches 20 minutes south of the city.

There are plenty of things to do in the area. Dumaguete has a few picturesque landmarks besides all the amenities of a modern city. From hospitals to supermarkets; museums to local markets, shopping malls to movie theatres, nightclubs and bars & restaurants offering live music most nights, the city has a little something for everyone.

Just outside of Dumaguete you have many small townships that offer a wide variety of attractions and activities. There are the majestic Twin Lakes of Balinsasayao, Casaroro Falls in Valencia or Lake Balanan in Siaton. Bais Dolphin Watching & Manjuyod Sandbar are popular destinations to spend a day of sightseeing as well. All these can be reached on a day trip from Dauin or Dumaguete.

For the more adventurous trekking to the summit of Mount Talinis is possible with stops at crater lakes and natural sulphur vents along the way. The second longest cave system to be found in the Philippines is the nearby Mabinay caves, where guided trips can be organized. A two hour drive from Dauin you can find the Kawasan Falls which offer an adventurous canyoning trip.

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