Zamboanga Tours and Activities

Zamboanga Tours and Activities

Join Zamboanga tours and explore the famous Pink Beach of Great Sta Cruz Island, ride a vinta boat, go island hopping in Once Islas, plunge into the Merloquet Falls, and checkout the weavers of Yakan Weaving Village.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the most popular tourist spots in Zamboanga?

Zamboanga is known for its beaches, waterfalls, and historical sites. Take a pick from Sta. Cruz Island’s Pink Beach, Merloquet Falls, Fort Pilar, Yakan Weaving Village, Once Islas, Paseo del Mar, Canelar Barter Trade, R.T. Lim Boulevard, and many more.

When is the best time to visit Zamboanga?

The climate all year round in Zamboanga is generally hot. October to June has good weather perfect for traveling and water activities. March-May is the warmest and peak season, which is perfect for heritage and indoor activities.

How much time should I spend in Zamboanga?

2-3 days is recommended to enjoy the highlights of Zamboanga. If you decide to stay longer, you’ll be able to do more beach hopping and water activities and visit underrated sightseeing spots.

What other destinations are near Zamboanga?

Culion is the island south of the municipality of Zamboanga. Meanwhile, Zamboanga’s northeastern neighbor is the province of Mindoro, while on the southeastern side, beyond the Sulu Sea, is Antique.

Is it safe in Zamboanga?

Zamboanga is a safe city but as with any destination, be mindful of your belongings.

What languages do locals speak in Zamboanga?

Chavacano is the most widely used language in Zamboanga, though many locals can also speak and understand English, especially businesses in urban centers and areas where tourists usually are.

What's the best way to get around Zamboanga?

For land travel, tricycles, jeepneys, and multicabs can take you to and from different destinations. Riding a boat for beach and island-hopping tours, on the other hand, is the best way to travel within the many islands of Zamboanga. For added convenience, van rentals are also available.