Discover Dumaguete, The City of Gentle People, with these tours and activities. Explore the historical sites, hot springs and waterfalls, and the snorkeling and diving spots surrounding it like Apo Island where you can swim with turtles.
What are the most popular tourist spots in Dumaguete?
Take a pick from breathtaking tourist spots like Apo Island, Silliman University, Pulangbato Falls, and Balinsasayao Twin Lakes Natural Park, to name a few.
When is the best time to visit Dumaguete?
The climate all year round in Dumaguete is generally warm. October to June has good weather perfect for traveling and water activities, so you might want to consider those months.
How much time should I spend in Dumaguete?
A 2-3 day tour is enough to see the highlights of Dumaguete. If you decide to stay longer, you’ll be able to do more sightseeing, island-hopping, and trying recreational activities. If you’re planning to go to Siquijor, you might want to spend a day or two there as well.
Is it safe in Dumaguete?
Yes, it is safe in Dumaguete and is relatively quiet. But as with any destination, please take care of your belongings.
What languages do locals speak in Dumaguete?
Visayan/Cebuano and Tagalog is the most widely used language in Dumaguete, though many locals can also speak and understand English.