Getting Here

From outside Philippines

  • Fly to Manila (Ninoy Aquino International Airport) or Cebu City (Mactan International Airport).

From Manila

  • By air, take a domestic flight to Dumaguete City (approx. 1.5 hours).
  • By sea, take a regular passenger vessel to Dumaguete City (approx. 14 hours),
  • By land, if by private car, it may take you 2 to 3 days depending on your driving speed and also to the Roll-on roll-off barge trip schedules along your choice of route. Please refer to the Philippine Nautical Highway System) for the best route to Dumaguete City.

From Cebu

  • By sea, take a fastcraft or regular passenger vessel from the Port of Cebu to Dumaguete City.
  • By land, take a passenger bus at the Cebu South Bus Terminal and alight at the Bato Ferry Terminal, Samboan, Cebu (approx. 3.5 to 4 hrs. from the Cebu South Bus Terminal via Argao) or Liloan Port, Santander, Cebu (approx. 3.5 to 4 hrs. from the Cebu South Bus Terminal via Argao). Then take a Roll-on roll-off barge to Tampi Port, Amlan, Negros Oriental if you are alighting at the Bato Ferry Terminal or take a regular passenger boat to Sibulan Ferry Terminal in Sibulan, Negros Oriental if you are alighting at the Liloan Port.
  • For those who are with a private car, you may take the Bato Ferry Terminal in Samboan, Cebu and take a Roll-on roll-off barge to Tampi Port, Amlan, Negros Oriental, then drive to Dumaguete City.

From Mindanao (Pulauan Wharf, Dapitan City, Zamboanga Del Norte)

  • By sea, take a fastcraft (2  hrs.) or regular passenger vessel (4 hrs.) to Dumaguete City.
  • For those who are with a private car, you may take a Roll-on roll-off barge (5 to 6 hrs.) to Dumaguete City.

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*Note: Always refer to the service provider's official website or call their office for an updated trip schedule and documents required especially for those who are travelling with a car.

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