Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines service the Manila/Dumaguete Route. The flight time from Manila to Dumaguete is about one hour.
Only Cebu Pacific services the Cebu/Dumaguete Route with a flight time of around 30-45 mins..
All aircraft lands on The Sibulan-Dumaguete Airport, which is located 3km, or an approximate 7-10 minutes ride from the city center.
Various options are available for transportation to Dumaguete , from pedicabs, multicabs to vans and taxis. Many hotels and resorts provide free shuttle service to and from the airport.
There are two maritime companies servicing the route, WG&A Superferry and Negros Navigation, for overnight trips to/from Manila via Tagbilaran.
The Oceanjet company provides the quickest service, about a 3.5 hours trip via Tagbilaran. There are also two boats (GP and Cokaliong Lines) that runs nightly 5 hour trips to and from Dumaguete.
The Oceanjet and Montenegro Ferry service the route daily for the half-hour in between the islands.
Serviced by (GP and Cokaliong) and Oceanjet daily.
The Ceres Liner cris-cross Oriental Negros everyday with trips to Dumaguete with 30 min interval per trip,the first trip at 3:10 AM and the last trip at 7 PM.
The Ceres Liner offers 5 hr. airconditioned trips from Cebu to Dumaguete crossing the Tanon Strait via a barge from Bato (Cebu) to Tampi (Amlan-25 mins. from Dumaguete City) .