Siargao Island popularly known as the Surfing Capital of the
Though it is mostly known for surfing activities, there’s beyond surfing that the island can offer.
One is island hopping in three islands shored with white sands. We contracted a motorized boat at P1,000 before, but now that the oil prices is surging constantly I don’t know how much they are charging the service.
After the exciting one-day island hopping, a mouthful of affordable dinner in the plaza and a videoke session after is the next best thing to do. They have this bridge in the plaza that supposed to connect to Daku Island which is unfinished. Locals and visitors alike loved to spend a chit-chat there.
My jaw-dropping rendition over the videoke. Look at the foreign tourist, she fell in love with me. Hehe.Another attraction is the world class Pansukian Tropical Resort, known to locals as Rambeau after owner, which is a favorite hideaway of some famous celebrities. Their restriction in admission, wherein entrance is granted and limited only to in-house guests, draws prestigious attention to the locals. This first class resort and its panoramic photographs landed in the covers of some famous travel books and magazines.
Meanwhile, about 3 kilometers of road trip to the
Beyond those adventures and attractions i mentioned, there are a lot of things to do in Siargao. Like kayaking, snorkeling, trekking, and recently launched game fishing. Surfing areas and white sand beaches are everywhere in the island.
Getting to Siargao:
1. Seair direct Manila-Siargao (ETD 13:15/ETA 14:05), Siargao-Manila (ETD 14:25/ETA 15:15) flight every Monday and Friday
2a. PAL Express direct Manila-Surigao flight (ETD 9:00am/ETA 10:45am) daily
2b. Land trip via fast craft every 11:30 am and RoRo every 12:00 noon daily