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The Philippines offers an exciting variety of unspoiled nature. Explore the sea while snorkeling our house reef or joining one of our dive-tours.

A snorkeling, scuba, or even just a sightseeing trip to Apo Island is a must-do experience, and can be easily arranged by our staff. Apo Island is one of the world's best-known community-organized marine sanctuaries. The island is home to over 650 documented species of fish and estimated to have over 400 species of corals. It’s widely recognized as one of the top 100 dive spots in the world.

Or enjoy a trip to the local market in Malatapay. Let your senses be overwhelmed by the colorful and lively atmosphere, and get a better understanding of the wonderful people of Negros.

A busy day of exploring fascinating historic Siquijor is highly recommended. Knowledgeable tricycle drivers/tour leaders are waiting the arrival of each ferryboat. The ferry transport can be arranged for you in advance as well as transportation to and from the Dumaguete jetty.

Would you like to explore some of the beautiful inland surroundings? Our trekking tours to the waterfalls and hot springs will be unforgettable memories. Also inland, in the mountains you might enjoy spelunking in the caves of Mabinay, and a visit to the Twin Lakes of Balinsasayao.

Allow yourself to become inspired by the following pictures. Our staff will be delighted to organize your tours to become unforgettable events for you.


Apo Island is a volcanic island covering 12 hectares in land area, 7 kilometers off the southeastern tip of Negros Island and 30 kilometers south of the Negros Oriental capital of Dumaguete in the Philippines. The name "Apo" was derived from a Filipino word for "grandchild".

The marine habitat around the island is a marine reserve, protected by the National Integrated Protected Area Act (NIPA) and under the jurisdiction of the Protected Area Management Board (PAMB). It has become a popular dive site and snorkeling destination with tourists. There are two resorts on Apo Island, each with a dive center: Apo Island Beach Resort and Liberty's Lodge. There is also a ranger station and a lighthouse.

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Lake Balanan is a lake situated Siaton, Negros Oriental, Philippines. It is a freshwater lake in the forested mountains of the southern portion of the island of Negros, with a shape resembling a figure of eight, the narrowest point between the two main portions of the lake being only 90 metres wide. The lake is surrounded by mountain ranges, and is fed by three tributaries, all located in the northern end. These are the Lamarao Creek at the northeastern corner with two waterfalls, the Balanan Creek at the middle of the northern end with another waterfall, and the Nasig-id Creek at the northwestern end.

The lake has a humid tropical climate with two pronounced seasons, a dry season from November to April and a wet season for the rest of the year.

The lake was formed by a tectonic earthquake with the magnitude of a 6.8 on the Richter scale that hit the southern portion of the island of Negros, and caused landslides in the southern ends of both the Balanan and Nasig-id ranges in Siaton. The fallen rocks and soil dammed the Balanan River that flowed between these mountain ranges forming a 25-hectare "humerus" bone-formed lake oriented along the Northwest-Southeast line.

The lake and surrounding forests are currently being managed as a Watershed Area by the Bureau of Forest Development. A proposal has been made to designate the area as a Game Refuge and Wildlife Sanctuary to protect the large population of bats and other wildlife. This proposal was endorsed by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Region 7, in January 1987.

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Lake Balinsasayao is one of two small but deep crater lakes rising 1,000 feet (300 m) above sea level located 12 km (7.5 mi) west of the town of Sibulan in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. It lies northwest of a narrow mountain ridge, situated in acaldera between four mountains, Mount Mahungot to the south, Mount Kalbasan to the north, Mount Balinsasayao to the east and Guintabon Dome to the west. The other lake, Lake Danao, is situated on the southeast.

One of the major tourist attractions in the province, Lake Balinsasayao is a protected natural park, home to an expansive ecosystemand biodiversity.[3] The lake has a rich fish fauna, including a number of introduced species, and the surrounding dipterocarp forests are rich in bird life.

Fish species such as Tilapia mossambica, Cyprinus carpio, Ophiocephalus striatus, Anquilla sp, Macrobrachium sp, Viruna literata, Fabricus sp and Chanos chanos are found in the lake. Forest cover is predominantly dipterocarps. No information is available on the aquatic vegetation in the area.

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Baslay Twin Hot Springs is a tourist destination located in Barangay Baslay, Dauin Negros Oriental. The twin springs in Baslay have been a destination of foreign and local tourists who wish to experience the perceived therapeutic sulfuric hot spring water. It is believed to be an effective medicine for skin diseases and helps rejuvenates skin cells.

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Dumaguete, officially City of Dumaguete, is a highly urbanized city in the Philippine province of Negros Oriental. It is the capital, principal seaport, and largest city of the province. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 120,883 people. The city is nicknamed The City of Gentle People.

Dumaguete is referred to as a university town because of the presence of four universities and a number of other colleges where students of the province converge to enroll for tertiary education. The city is also a popular educational destination for students of surrounding provinces and cities in Visayas and Mindanao. The city is best known for Silliman University, the country's first Protestant university and the first American university in Asia. There are also 18 public elementary schools and 8 public high schools. The city's student population is estimated at 30,000.

The city attracts a considerable number of foreign tourists, particularly Europeans, because of easy ferry access from Cebu City, the availability of beach resorts and dive sites, and the attraction of dolphin and whale watching in nearby Bais City.

The power source of the city comes from the geothermal power plant in Palinpinon, Valencia. The city has redundant fiber optic lines and is a focal point for telecommunications. It is the landing point for fiber optic cables linking it to Manila, the capital of the Philippines, the cities south of Luzon, as well as to other major cities in southern Philippines.

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Whale sharks can be seen in a small barangay Tan-awan, which is 10 km away from the center town of Oslob. Whale shark watching in Cebu started last September 2011 and it became popular all over the world when the news hit in the internet last November 2011. By December 2011, local fishermen's interact with the whale sharks by feeding them that result to flocking of tourist to the beach of Tan-awan. Large numbers of tourists began arriving in Oslob not just to see the whale sharks being fed but also to snorkel or dive with them.

Images from Google | Description from Oslob Whale Sharks Facebook