• The island is 1.5 kilometers long and 0.5 kilometers at its widest point, has 5 lagoons and is covered with limestone forests providing asylum to many wildlife species that struggle to exist in the mainland.

    What once used to be a threatened and over-fished area is now a protected sanctuary with a dazzling array of marine and terrestrial life. Today, the island serves as an outdoor classroom for students, a research area for conservationists, and a haven for tourists eager to experience nature at its purest.

    How to Get There

    Nearest Airport: Bacolod-Silay Airport (Negros Occidental)

    BY AIR

    1. This is the fastest and the most convenient way. Check your preferred airline company for the flight schedules and airfare from Manila to Bacolod-Silay Airport. Travel time is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.
    2. From the airport, take a cab to the South Ceres Bus Terminal (around P260). You can also take a van just across the airport’s arrival area exit (P150/head, one way). Taking a cab is a little bit expensive, but it is recommended if you have many pieces of luggage. You can always split the fare if you are traveling with a friend or two.
    3. From South Ceres Bus Terminal, board a bus bound for Hinoba-an (P210-300, 4-5 hours). Tell the driver or conductor to drop you off at Crossing Remollos-Quadro de King (in Barangay Bulata) in the municipality of Cauayan.
    4. From Crossing Remollos, you can walk to the beach where the boat to Danjugan usually docks. Make sure you book the tour in advance.
    5. The boatmen/island tour guide will be waiting for you at the beach. The Danjugan Island Tour package covers the fare for the boat transfers (roundtrip). Travel duration is 30 minutes from mainland to the island.


    Danjugan Island Full Day Tour: P1950/head
    This covers boat transfers (roundtrip), conservation fee, lunch and snacks (morning and afternoon), tour guide, snorkeling gear, unlimited use of kayak, and drinking water.

    Danjugan Island Overnight Stay at Moray Lagoon: P2950/head
    This is inclusive of boat transfers and tours, conservation fee, 3 main meals and 2 snacks per day, island guide, snorkeling gear, unlimited use of kayak, drinking water, and accident insurance.

    Danjugan Island Overnight Stay at Typhoon Beach: P3950/head
    This is inclusive of boat transfers and tours, conservation fee, 3 main meals and 2 snacks per day, island guide, snorkeling gear, unlimited use of kayak, drinking water, and accident insurance.

    Danjugan Island Eco-Tour (3 Hours): P950/head
    This includes boat transfers (roundtrip for a minimum of 7 passengers), conservation fee, and tour guide.
    Note: Additional P600 for boat transfer if head count is less than 7 people.

    Always check package inclusions, pick-up point, time, and rates before booking.



    • Trekking and exploring the whole island.
    • Check out the island’s beaches: Tabon Beach, Turtle Beach, Typhoon Beach, and East Beach.
    • Out of the five lagoons, two of them are accessible to visitors. Three are protected areas.
    • Dive or snorkel. Appreciate the rich and colorful marine life including the table coral, the giant clams, and even black-tip sharks! There are 10 dive sites surrounding the island: North Wall, Manta Reef, Andres Reef, Tanguigue Reef, Bonifacio Reef, Twin Peaks, Convention Reef, Doug’s Ridge, Hillary’s Reef, and Wilson’s Reef.
    • Kayak all you can!
    • A tree at Typhoon Beach is home to two White-Breasted Sea Eagles. We only saw the couple’s nest when we visited. They are out hunting for food. You can also go bird-watching as the island is home to more or less 72 bird species.


    • Book and reserve slot in advance. The management does not allow walk-in guests.
    • Again, make sure everything is clear: date, time, pick up point or meeting place.
    • No freshwater on the island but the management will provide your drinking water. The island also has decent shower and changing area. Conserve water, especially if you are a big group.
    • The number of guests per day is limited to not more than 32 people (as of writing).
    • Overnight stay is possible on the island, but there is limited power supply (solar-powered). Bring your own power banks and extra batteries.
    • Always follow the rules. Before you start the tour, you will be oriented about the island, your activities, and the rules and regulations.
    • Leave nothing but footprints.


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