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Flight from Tuguegarao (TUG) to Dumaguete (DGT)

Flight from Tuguegarao (TUG) to Dumaguete (DGT)

The Philippines is one of the famous holiday destinations among the tourist. One of the most popular tourist destinations in the Philippines is Dumaguete City. A university town and regional capital, bustling and comparatively urban, thanks in portion to a big and prosperous expat society, Dumaguete is also a useful base for investigating all that the Southern Negros have to give. The tiny town centre is as crowded, loud and messy as any other town in the Philippines, but Dumaguete's harbour-front promenade, packed with upscale bars, shops, and food shops, and blessed with peaceful sea views, is an undeniable attraction. After becoming acquainted with the town–you only need a few days–it becomes a pleasant location to go back after a brief stroll of diving, walking or swimming.

Best time to fly from Tuguegarao to Dumaguete

Dumaguete has a tropical climate. Dumaguete has significant rainfall most months, with a short dry season. The average annual temperature in Dumaguete is 27.8 Celsius. In a year, the average rainfall is 1415 millimetres. The best time to visit Dumaguete for ideal weather is 7 May to 3 June. The busiest month for tourism in Dumaguete, the Philippines in January, followed by September and May. Prices for hotels and flights will be most expensive during these months, though you can save if you purchase well in advance. Tourists are unlikely to visit Dumaguete in June. Those willing to visit at these times will likely find it the least expensive month.

Main airports available in Tuguegarao and Dumaguete

Dumaguete Airport – Dumaguete Airport (DGT) is a smaller airport in the Philippines. You can fly to 4 destinations with three airlines in scheduled passenger traffic. The route with the most departures is the route to Manila (MNL) with an average of 41 flights from Dumaguete every week which is over 71% of all weekly departures. As far as we know, there are no international flights from Dumaguete. Cebu Pacific Air is the largest airline here by counting the number of departures with around 24 scheduled take-offs every week. The second-largest operator from Dumaguete is Cebu Pacific.

Climate pattern in Tuguegarao and Dumaguete

Dumaguete has a tropical climate. Dumaguete has significant rainfall most months, with a short dry season. The average annual temperature in Dumaguete is 27.8 Celsius. In a year, the average rainfall is 1415 millimetres. The driest month is April, with 47 millimetres of rainfall. In November, the precipitation reaches its peak, with an average of 184 millimetres. The warmest month of the year is May, with an average temperature of 28.8 Celsius. At 26.8 Celsius on average, January is the coldest month of the year. The difference in precipitation between the driest month and the wettest month is 137 millimetres. The variation in annual temperature is around 2 Celsius.

Highlights attractions in Dumaguete

  • Twin Lakes National Park - About 20km northwest of Dumaguete, the twin crater lakes of Balinsasayao and Danao offer some wonderfully scenic hiking. The area is virgin forest and full of wildlife, including monkeys and birds; if you are lucky you might spy a rare Philippine spotted deer or Visayan warty pig. Go 900 meters beyond the entry gate to reach the first lake, where there are kayaks and paddleboats available. There is also a pleasant restaurant overlooking shimmering Lake Balinsasayao. Hiking trails include a short trail connecting the lakes; a popular 30-minutes trail to some waterfalls; and a longer three-hour trail to the twin falls in Red River Valley. Pack good shoes as this trail can get very slippery.
  • Rizal Boulevard - While Filipino towns are not usually recognized for their beauty or charm, Dumaguete's coastal promenade along Rizal Boulevard is an exception to the law. Built-in 1916, this picturesque quarter-mile lined with old-fashioned street lamps is a relaxing place to walk around, inviting families to picnics, energy travellers and those happy to sit on benches looking out to the ocean. There is a nice range of hotels, bars and food booths in the vicinity.
  • Bell Tower - This tower is the earliest remaining building in town, a relic of the lengthy Spanish occupation of the island of Negros. It used to be a watchtower to guide the locals against the Mindanao pirates. The first two stories date back to the mid-1700s, with the building above that added subsequently. Its biggest bell is inscribed with a date of 1818.

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Airport in Dumaguete

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