Get your swimwear ready and prepare to be amazed by the underwater beauty of Apo Island in this snorkeling tour. Just a few hours away from Dumaguete City, Apo Island is one of the best places to witness turtles in the wild. Apo Island is also home to a fishing village known for its community-based marine conservation program. This tour is perfect for nature-lovers looking for a sustainable eco-adventure.
Book this snorkeling tour and experience the natural wonders of Apo Island. The tour will begin when your guide picks you up from your accommodation in Dumaguete. You will then be taken to Malatapay port, or Dauin, to board your boat.
Apo, a 74-hectare volcanic island off Dauin, is a top diving and snorkeling destination in the Philippines. It is a pristine marine sanctuary home to 600 species of fish and over 400 species of corals. Your guide will brief you on the safety regulations before you can go snorkeling. Be a responsible traveler and follow the guidelines. After all, they are set in place to preserve the beauty of the sanctuary. After the briefing, you will be given your snorkeling gear and vest.
The boatman will take you to Turtle Point where you can swim with the turtles and take pictures of them. Take note that touching and feeding them is not allowed. After snorkeling, a sumptuous lunch will be served at the Liberty's Resort. You may choose whether to go back into the water after lunch, or just chill out to enjoy the white sandy beaches of Apo Island.
You can also choose to go on a short trek along the Habagat Eco-Trail. This will lead you to a panoramic view of the island. You may explore the village to meet the locals and buy souvenirs. Afterward, our guide will take you back to Malatapay or Dauin and drop you off at your accommodation.
Swim with the turtles and spend the day at the beach in this private day tour of Apo Island. Check the availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.
- During Habagat Season (June-October), boat ride to Apo Island may be rough.