Featured Eco Explorations

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Marine & Wildlife Ecotour (Daytrip)

Take a daytrip to Danjugan, a marine reserve and wildlife sanctuary. Go on a guided tour and see different forms of marine & terrestrial wildlife when trekking around the island. Snorkel, bird watch, go skin diving or kayaking- the island is your playground!BOOK A TRIP »
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Marine & Wildlife Exploration at Moray Lagoon Camp

Get away from it all and experience a pure, back-to-basics, adventure. Stay in Moray Lagoon Camp located on the Eastern side of the island, and get on a guided tour to trek around its numerous trails crossing the island’s lagoons, bat caves, watchtower, birdwatching view deck, beaches, and more! Go kayaking, snorkeling, skin diving, and see amazing marine life underwater.BOOK A TRIP »
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Marine & Wildlife Exploration at Typhoon Beach

Stay in Typhoon Beach located on the Western side of the island facing the Sulu Sea, and get on a guided tour to trek around its numerous trails crossing the island’s lagoons, bat caves, watchtower, birdwatching view deck, beaches, and more! Go kayaking, snorkeling, skin diving, and see amazing marine life underwater.BOOK A TRIP »
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Marine, Wildlife, and Sustainability Camp

Join us for an incredible science and conservation learning experience with our Marine, Wildlife, and Sustainability Camp happening this November 15-19!

Immerse yourself in destinations in Negros Occidental known for their sustainable & environmentally-friendly approaches towards tourism and conservation, Danjugan Island and Sipalay.

BOOK A TRIP »

Danjugan Sanctuary

Danjugan Island is a lush 43-hectare island and marine sanctuary located off the Southeastern coast of Negros Occidental.

Danjugan is not only a place to visit. It is a marine reserve and wildlife sanctuary, an ecotourism destination aimed towards conservation, environmental education, sustainable livelihood, science and research.

Experience trekking into its limestone and mangrove forests, and appreciate close encounters with wildlife. With about 73 species of birds in such a small island, Danjugan is a haven for birdwatchers and bird photographers. The island is a sanctuary for a nesting pair of white-breasted sea eagles, the rare Tabon scrubfowl, and colorful kingfishers and pigeons, to name a few.

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.

Danjugan Island is a project of The Philippine Reef and Rainforest Conservation Foundation, Inc.

Opportunities for Tourism and Conservation

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    Biodiversity Conservation through Ecotourism

    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.

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