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Marine & Wildlife Explorations at Typhoon Beach

Typhoon Beach Camp, Cauayan, Negros Occidental, Philippines
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Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

16 people




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.

Danjugan is open to visitors who wish to get away from it all and experience a pure, back-to-basics, adventure. There are numerous trails around the island crossing its lagoons, bat caves, watchtower (which gives a 360 degree view of the island), birdwatching viewdeck, beaches, and more! 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.

You can also kayak in the island’s five lagoons and snorkel through the pristine coral reefs teeming with marine life. There is something for everyone in Danjugan!

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  • Best time to visit: Habagat and summer


  • Accommodations: Located on the Western side of the island facing the Sulu Sea, this facility in Danjugan Island currently has 4 private rooms with en suite toilet and bath, a private lounge area, solar powered lights and fans. Keep in mind there is no electricity or running water in the island. All the facilities are solar-powered and water is preciously utilized. While that may prove inconvenient to some, we feel it's an important part in keeping as low a carbon footprint as possible and giving our guests a truly rustic, one-of-a-kind experience.
  • Meals: 3 main meals and 2 snacks per day. Purified drinking water also provided Boat transfers: From the mainland to the island and back
  • Boat tour: Go around the island on your the first day
  • Trekking & Snorkeling Guide
  • Unlimited use of Kayaks: First come, first serve basis
  • Free use of Snorkeling Gear: First come, first serve basis
  • Conservation Fee: Contribute to PRRCFI's Conservation Projects
  • Accident Insurance
  • Transport to and from Cauayan/jump-off of Danjugan Island

Tour's Location

Typhoon Beach Camp, Cauayan, Negros Occidental, Philippines


How to get there
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT: From Manila or Cebu, take a flight to the Bacolod-Silay Airport. From the Bacolod-Silay Airport, take a taxi to the South Ceres Bus Terminal at Lopez Jaena St. A bus ticket costs P185 (non-aircon) or P250 (aircon). Take the bus bound for Hinoba-an. Trips are almost hourly starting at 2:30 AM until 6:30 PM. The 4-hour (average travel time) bus ride will have multiple stops but inform the bus conductor that your drop-off is at Crossing Remollos- Quadro de King. This is located at Purok 3, Baranggay Bulata, Cauayan. Once at Crossing Remollos-Quadro de King, boatmen of Danjugan will be there to guide you to the shore where a "bangka" or outrigger boat will take you on a 30-minute boat ride to the island.

BY PRIVATE VEHICLE: From Bacolod, take a 3-4 hour drive along the Negros South Road to the direction of Cauayan. Upon passing through the town center of Cauayan, keep driving until you reach ANTOL, marked by a signboard on your right. This is after the
"Welcome Bulata" and KM 146 marker. Enter the driveway to the Antol carpark, a private
property exclusive to Danjugan Island's guests where you can leave your vehicle.

Boatmen from Danjugan waiting with a "bangka" or outrigger boat will then take you on a 30-minute ride to the island.
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