Dive into this incredible island snorkeling tour in Negros Oriental's premier island destination, Apo Island. Conducted off the southern tip of the province, this tour is sure to fascinate backpackers who love to spend a day exploring the beauty underneath the water surface.
A tour van will pick you up within Dumaguete City and take you to the southernmost part Negros Oriental. Once there, you will climb aboard a boat and sail off the coast of the mainland, going to one of the province's beautiful gems, Apo Island. Apo Island is among the Philippines' top diving and snorkeling sites. It boasts of its abundant community-protected marine life, which attracts people in and out of the country. The island offers several exhilarating activities that will make your stay more exciting and unforgettable.
Feel free to put on your gears and lifejacket, throw yourself into the water, and enjoy the sight. You can also go swimming with the turtles if you spot some and take pictures and videos of the other marine animals you will encounter. Make sure to try snorkeling, while you’re at it, as well, since the island boasts of vibrant marine life.
Apart from snorkeling, you can also try scuba diving. On the western side of the island, you can lay eyes on many sea creatures, including barracuda and tuna, as well as varieties of sponges, corals, and gorgonian sea fans. On the eastern side, you will find an array of jacks, groupers, scorpionfish, and lionfish, among others.
The other two corners of Apo Island also have surprises for you, so it's best that you don't leave any side unexplored. In case you need shelter, you can always take refuge in the cottages and relax. If that’s not your thing, you can still lie down on the sand under the shades of the trees for a quick tan. To complete your holiday, sumptuous dishes will be served for your lunch, matched with refreshing drinks.
Make your Negros vacation worth remembering with this awe-inspiring water exploration in Apo Island. Check availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.