Apo Island activities, tickets and more

Cultural & Theme Tours

Apo Island:Swimming with Sea Turtle (Dumaguete Daytour)

Apo Island is a volcanic island, its also a marine reserve. In here you can enjoy to swiming with sea turtle. Apo Island is one of the place which is easiest to meet the turtle. And in here you can also see many kind of coral and fish. It will be a nice experience for go to Apo Island to see.
$72
8 hours
Air, Helicopter & Balloon Tours

30 Minute Scenic Aerial Tour of Dumaguete and Nearby Islands

Enjoy aerial views of the Island of Apo in Dauin, Negros Oriental on a 30-minute scenic flight from Dumaguete City. With window seats guaranteed, this flight features informative commentary from your pilot as you fly over the city of Dumaguete, then head out over the turquoise sea to coastal line of Dumaguete and nearby islands. You'll pass over Sumilon Island, Cebu, Siquijor, and the scenic view of the entire mountain ranges of Orientals before heading back to the mainland. Your flight also includes a free transfer courtesy private vehicle from your centrally located accommodations in Dumaguete.
$65
30 minutes
Tours & Sightseeing

Apo Island near Dumaguete City

Apo Island was a community-organized marine sanctuaries and was started when Dr. Angel Alcala, a marine scientist from the Silliman University Marine Laboratory introduced to the local fishermen the importance of creating a marine sanctuary in the area. Initially, there was hesitation, but after a dialogue, Dr. Alcala convinced the community to establish the sanctuary. Assisted by the staff of the SU Marine Laboratory in 1982, the locals selected an area along 450 meters of shoreline and extending 500 meters from shore as the sanctuary site.At present, the island is home to over 650 documented species of fish and estimated to have over 400 species of corals. Most of the Philippines' 450 species of coral can be found here, from tiny bubble corals to huge gorgonian sea fans and brain corals. Visitors and tourists pay a fee to enter Apo Island and to snorkel or dive in the marine sanctuary there. These fees are used to keep the sanctuary clean and in good condition.
$125
8 hours