Negros Oriental Tours and Activities

Negros Oriental Tours and Activities

Explore the top tourist spots in Negros Oriental when you book these tours and activities. Visit Dumaguete's historical spots and go diving in Apo Island with these Negros Oriental tours.
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Frequently asked questions

What are the most popular tourist spots in Negros Oriental?

Negros Oriental is best known for Apo Island, a popular site for diving and snorkeling, in the southeast tip of the province. It is also famous for the Manjuyod Sandbar, a stunning stretch of white sand that has often been dubbed the "Maldives of the Philippines." Aside from its natural wonders, the province also boasts various historical sites in the Heritage City of Dumaguete, such as Silliman University, Rizal Boulevard, and the Sidlakang Negros Village.

What are the best Negros Oriental tours?

For nature lovers, the best tours in Negros Oriental are those snorkeling tours in Apo Island, dolphin watching at the Manjuyod Sandbar, and spelunking in the Mabinay Caves. To immerse in the province's heritage, tours of Dumaguete City will allow you to visit the significant historical sites in the province.

When is the best time to visit Negros Oriental?

Negros Oriental has a generally warm climate all year round, similar to most provinces in the Philippines. Since the majority of the province's top tourist spots are outdoors, it is best to visit in the dry season, which starts in December and ends around the latter weeks of June. If you wish to avoid the summer heat, the weather from December to the early weeks of February is relatively cooler.

How much time should I spend in Negros Oriental?

To comfortably fit the top Negros Oriental attractions in your itinerary, you will need to allocate around 4 to 5 days for your trip. This will allow you to fully explore Apo Island and spend at least a day learning about Dumaguete City. The rest of the days can then be dedicated to canyoneering in the Mabinay Caves and going on trips to the Balinsasayao Twin Lakes, among others.

What other destinations are near Negros Oriental?

From Negros Oriental, you can visit its neighbor province of Negros Occidental which is best known for Bacolod City. You can also board boats from Dumaguete City's port that can either dock in Cebu or Bohol, two of the top destinations in the Visayas.

What languages do locals speak in Negros Oriental?

The majority of the residents in Negros Oriental speak in either Cebuano, Hiligaynon, which is also commonly referred to as Ilonggo, and Tagalog. Many locals can speak and understand English as well.

What's the best way to get around Negros Oriental?

Taking public transportation, such as jeepneys, buses, and tricycles, is the best method to get around Negros Oriental. If you prefer to explore the city at your own speed, you may take a guided tour with transfers or rent a car.
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