See for yourself the natural wonders of Apo Island in Dumaguete by going on a day tour that includes roundtrip hotel transfers and free use of snorkeling gear. This whole-day tour is filled with 8 hours of exciting water activities. You’ll be diving, snorkeling, and swimming in the calm and clear waters of Apo Island.
From your hotel accommodation in Dumaguete, Bacong, or Dauin, you’ll be heading straight Apo Island. The tour includes entrance fees, so you’ll only need to register at the Apo Island Bantay Dagat Collector House. Your guide will take care of getting the snorkeling gear for you, including mask, snorkel, and vest.
Once all is set, hop on your designated chartered boat to begin the tour. While you’re in transit, your guide will tell you about the various marine conservation programs being done by the locals to preserve the island’s beauty and give you some briefing as well on safety guidelines.
Apo Island is known for its beautiful coral gardens, where approximately 400 species of corals live. This tiny island off the coast of Negros Island is also an important marine sanctuary, with an abundant aquatic life that includes fish of various species like big-eyed jacks, hammerheads, manta rays, and tuna.
Aside from these gems, you’ll also come across Turtle Point, where you’ll experience swimming with turtles. This moment is definitely one for the books, and luckily for you, taking pictures of your underwater adventure with the turtles is allowed. Follow your snorkeling guide’s lead on which are the best reefs to go snorkeling.
Once you’re out of the water, you can rest on the island’s immaculately white sand beaches while admiring the presence of unique rock formations. If you’re up for it, try trekking the 600-meter Habagat Eco Trail, where you’ll have a majestic view of the mountains and waters surrounding the island.
Swim with the turtles in Apo Island with this tour. Check the booking availability by choosing a date.
- Please take note that Lunch and Rental of Fins are not included.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.