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Mad Monkey Dumaguete

Facilities & Amenities

  • Courtyard
  • Swimming Pool
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Co-working space
  • Shared Dorms
  • Private Room
  • Luggage Storage

Mad Monkey Dumaguete is perfect for backpackers and digital nomads who have a passion for history and architecture and are looking to experience adventure — both on land or sea. Our brand-new hostel will serve as a jump off point for popular attractions including Apo Island, Manjuyod Sandbar, Casaroro Falls, and Red Rock Hot Springs.

After a day of exploring, relax in our courtyard, get some work done in our co-working space, take a dip in our pool, or try some local or international dishes at our restaurant and bar. Be sure to stick around for our daily and nightly events where you’ll meet likeminded travellers from around the world!



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Our goal at Mad Monkey is to create meaningful and sustainable travel experiences for our guests. Find out how we promote responsible travel and provide socio-economic benefits to the communities in which we are located.

Mad Monkey in the community

Mad Monkey is a socially responsible company — your stay with us supports community projects across Southeast Asia and Australia!

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10 Amigo Subdivision, Barangay Piapi, Dumaguete 6200

Where is Mad Monkey Dumaguete?

Mad Monkey Dumaguete is located in barangay Piapi and is 2.7km (10mins) away from the Dumaguete- Sibulan Airport.


How to get to Mad Monkey Dumaguete

From Dumaguete-Sibulan Airport

Private Pickup – The easiest and quickest way to get directly to our hostel is to book your airport transfers through us. Just let us know your details in advance so we can have someone ready and waiting on your arrival.


From Cebu City

Head to Pier 1 and book a fast craft ticket to Tagbilaran, Bohol. The ferry trip is approximately 2 hours and costs between Php 800-Php 1,200. Upon reaching the Tagbilaran port, you may opt to grab a taxi or a tricycle. Travel time is 45 minutes and will cost you between Php 300-400.


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