Go on a daylong sightseeing tour around Negros Oriental’s seaside capital in this private tour of Dumaguete. Step inside centuries-old churches and visit important landmarks and find out why Dumaguete is often called the City of Gentle People. This whole day tour includes a tour guide, private transport service, entrance fees to attractions, with pick up and drop off points located within Dumaguete.
Your first stop is the famous Silliman University, a private research university which was established by the Americans in 1901. Known for its collection of rare archeological artifacts, the Silliman Anthropological Museum within the campus is not to be missed.
You'll next visit the city center's Rizal Boulevard which is famous for its bayview. Then you will stop by the oldest stone church in Negros, the Sta. Catalina de Alexandria Church and Belfry. After admiring the church’s beautiful architecture, you will visit the bustling public market for some shopping.
At the Ninoy Aquino Freedom Park, you will catch a glimpse of the Provincial Capitol in the vicinity. You can shop for more souvenir items and handmade pottery at Claytown Pottery as well as Sidlakang Negros before going on a lunch break at Lab-as Seafoods, where local delicacies will be served.
After a hearty meal, get ready to go on a road trip northward to Valencia, where you’ll go straight to Forest Camp to sample the cool breeze and natural sights at this tropical-themed resort. Up next is the Cata-al Museum, a privately owned property that houses a vast collection of World War II-era artifacts and memorabilia. You will then proceed to Bacong to continue your history lesson at Spanish-era historical structure, the San Agustin Church, which was founded in 1837. It’s not too late to buy more local handicrafts at the Negros Oriental Arts and Heritage or NOAH, the final stop before returning to your hotel in Dumaguete.
Join this private tour to visit some of the main attractions in Dumaguete and its surrounding areas. Check availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.