• Manjuyod sandbar

    Manjuyod sandbar

  • Hidden lake

    Hidden lake

  • Oslob Whalesharks

    Oslob Whalesharks

  • Bais sandbar

    Bais sandbar

  • Secret lake

    Secret lake

  • Sumilon sandbar

    Sumilon sandbar

  • Manjuyod sandbar

    Manjuyod sandbar

  • Oslob whalesharks

    Oslob whalesharks

  • Manjuyod Sandbar

    Manjuyod Sandbar

  • Twin lakes

    Twin lakes

  • Sumilon sandbar

    Sumilon sandbar

  • Twin Lakes of Balinsasayao

    Twin Lakes of Balinsasayao

  • Manjuyod Sandbar

    Manjuyod Sandbar

  • Twin Lakes of Balinsasayao

    Twin Lakes of Balinsasayao

     Dumaguete is called, “The city of gentle people.”   You will fall in-love with the warm and friendly vibe of this city, moreover, by its many charming hidden paradises.   The secrets of Dumaguete are the fantastic 7 kilometer-long sandbar in the middle of the ocean; the mystical Twin Lakes of Balinsasayao amidst a  virgin forest: and amazing dive spots on Apo Island.    Dumaguete is part of Negros Oriental, located across the southern tip of Cebu.

     Our Dumaguete tour is an option to extend your Ultimate SUP Adventure Tour to one more destination and extend your holiday for 5 more days.   For the first Dumaguete SUP tour, we will drive up to the mountains until we reach the entrance of the Twin Lakes of Balinsasayao. The guide will take you paddling around the lake.   Lunch is served next to the lake.  A little hike up the mountain will give you a stunning view of the Twin Lakes of Balinsasayao.  In the second SUP tour we will bring you to Manjuyod sandbar.  The sandbar appears during lowtide which makes it a great place to paddle around. Lunch will be served in one of the native cottages on stilts in the sandbar.

     Aside from stand up paddling  you can go and swim with the whalesharks  and have lunch on the amazing sandbar of Sumilon Island or go diving and snorkeling in Apo Island. For more infomation about dumaguete and things to do you may visit: www.dumagueteoutdoors.com. According to them, “The lure of Dumaguete is outdoors!”