About Cauayan

Unlike common tourist destinations, Cauayan has rich agricultural views and a relaxed local feel. The city thrives on its rice and corn fields and is known for its friendly residents.

It’s a gateway to explore lesser-known scuba diving wonders in the Philippines like Tubbataha Reefs, a UNESCO site; and Apo Reef, the world’s second-largest coral reef. In Cauayan, enjoy the best of both worlds – on land and in the sea.

What you can see in Cauayan

What to Do & See in Cauayan

Taking a day off diving? Here are some great suggestions to explore your neighbourhood.

Bird watching

Danjugan Island, located in Negros Occidental, Philippines, is a haven for bird watchers and nature enthusiasts. The island is home to a diverse range of bird species, including resident and migratory birds. With its lush forests, mangroves, and coastal habitats, Danjugan Island offers excellent opportunities for bird watching. Visitors can spot colorful endemic birds such as the Negros Bleeding-heart, White-throated Jungle Flycatcher, and Visayan Tarictic Hornbill. Guided tours and observation decks provide optimal vantage points to observe and appreciate the avian wonders of Danjugan Island, making it a paradise for bird watchers and nature photographers alike.

Guided Forest trekking

Forest trekking on Danjugan Island is an exhilarating adventure through a tropical paradise. As you traverse the island’s dense forests, you’ll encounter a rich tapestry of flora and fauna, including towering trees, vibrant orchids, and playful monkeys. Guided by knowledgeable local guides, you’ll navigate through winding trails, cross babbling streams, and discover hidden waterfalls. The trek offers a chance to connect with nature, breathe in the fresh air, and witness the untouched beauty of the island. It’s a memorable journey that immerses you in the wonders of Danjugan Island’s captivating forest ecosystem.


Kayaking around Danjugan Island is a serene and scenic adventure that allows you to explore the island’s stunning coastal landscapes at your own pace. Paddle through crystal-clear waters, gliding past limestone cliffs, mangrove forests, and hidden coves. As you navigate the calm seas, keep an eye out for playful dolphins, colorful reef fish, and graceful sea turtles. The rhythmic motion of your kayak, coupled with the beauty of the surrounding nature, creates a sense of tranquility and connection with the marine environment. Kayaking around Danjugan Island offers an unforgettable experience for nature enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers alike.

Where to Stay in Cauayan

  • Easy Diving & Punta Bulata

    Easy Diving & Punta Bulata

    The family-owned and operated boutique resort offers a unique holiday experience of Filipino hospitality in a soothing environment.