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Eco Tours- Danjugan Island

About Danjugan Island

The island is located 3 km off the shore of Brgy. Bulata, Cauayan, Negros Occidental, Philippines. It is 150 km away from Bacolod, the nearest city with an airport.  The 43-hectare island is 1.5 kilometers long and 0.5 kilometers at its widest point, has 5 lagoons, is surrounded by a fringing coral reef, and is covered with limestone and mangrove forests which provide asylum to many wildlife species that struggle to exist in the mainland. What was once 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. Danjugan Island is managed by the Philippine Reef and Rainforest Conservation Foundation, Inc., a non- profit non-government organization.


Danjugan is NOT A RESORT

We are a marine reserve and wildlife sanctuary. We are an ecotourism destination aimed towards conservation, environmental education, sustainable livelihood, science and research. We welcome all visitors to experience nature and immerse themselves in the sanctuary we have preserved for future generations. Please visit us with an open heart, and an open mind.


The Experience


The island’s ecotourism program offers activities that bring people closer to nature, teaching them to respect it and not degrade it. From the Eco-Briefing, nature walks to snorkeling, Danjugan Island will rekindle your love for nature, awaken your senses, and inspire you to be an advocate for the environment.



    Trekking  and  Nature  Walks  –  explore  our  beaches  and  lagoons,  mangroves  and limestone forests

    Birdwatching – we are home to more than 72 species of birds, including the elusive stork-billed kingfisher, migrating black-crested terns, the Philippine scrub fowl, and a

nesting pair of white-bellied sea eagles

    Snorkeling and Diving–we are home to more than 500 species of fish and more than 200 species of hard and soft corals. Other animals that can be observed during snorkeling and

diving are giant clams, seasonal visitors like reef sharks, rays, sea turtles, dolphins and on occasion the migrating whale shark

    Kayaking and Glass Bottom Inflatable Raft – row through the still waters of the lagoons or along the island’s shores. Marvel at limestone formations, seagrass beds teeming with

life, and birds flying freely above

    Hobie Cat or Paraw Sailing – sail along the island coast to quiet the mind and soul

    Massage – relax after a day of exploring

    Citizen Science –scientific activities may be arranged including transect surveys, species identification and the like

    Earthing and Meditation  - mindfulness workshops to cap off a newfound reconnection with nature

    SPECIAL PROGRAMS: We also schedule Marine and Wildlife Camps, trainings and team- building  workshops,  yoga  and  meditation  retreats,  artist  residency  and  volunteer

programs, etc. We may develop or customize packages and programs upon request.

Note: Activities depend on weather/sea conditions and availability. Please inquire and request for any of these

activities in advance.

Scuba Diving Underwater Photography Dauin Dumaguete