Siargao Activities & Attractions...
Even though Siargao is mostly known for its excellent surf breaks it really should be famous for its great vibe and welcoming people.
Most who come here end up staying much longer than planned and seem to come back time after time. And there is lots to do here. Tour the beautiful islands that surround Siargao, swim in waterfalls, go diving, big game fishing or just drive around the island on motorbikes, and visit some of the class-A beaches that are to be found. For prices on the various trips pls contact us and let us know what you want to do and how many you are.
A world-renowned and world-class surf break where the Billabong international surf competition is held every year in September, along with the fiesta of General Luna. There are also smaller waves to surf just along the beach, and if you don’t surf just go out on the famous boardwalk and enjoy the show.
Just a short boat ride from General Luna lies this beautiful virgin island, perfect for a relaxed day of sunbathing and snorkelling.
One of the best beaches in the Philippines. No matter the tide Daku is always a great place to swim. Rent a kubo on the beach and have the local fishermen cook up some of their fresh catch. There is also a few good surf break at Daku so it’s a great place for a combo day-trip of surf and beach!
A nice place to go to in the afternoon and evening. It has a nice beach for swimming, a public market, long pier to sit and watch the sunset. It is also the one of Lay Lay’s BBQ and a couple karaoke bars that can be as fun as they are annoying. Still its a great place to see the island life and partake is some partying with the locals. This is also the place to get a night burger when everything else closed.
The lagoon is beautiful with crystal clear water and high surrounding hills that keep it secluded and calm. Perfect for snorkeling and lounging in the two story kubo that sits right on the water. The trip to the lagoon takes you trough the biggest mangrove in the Philippines, take a look at our Facebook site for more pics.
A maze-like place consisting of limestone islets, where the only way in or out is the cave entrance that vanishes during high tide. Another must see is the jellyfish lagoon, home to millions stingless, friendly and playful jellyfish comparable to those in Palau. With its unique seascape and landscape, the place promises everyone a truly unforgettable, enchanting and extraordinary experience.
At the northern tip of the island are the Taktak waterfalls. A perfect stop when touring the island on motorbike or by car. Cool fresh water runs down a high cliff into a Filipino style pool, many locals hang out here and jump from cliffs and trees into the refreshing waters below, just be aware that it’s not very deep in case you should be lured into a dive.
Small cozy island about 45 min boat ride from General luna. Nice beaches and a few good breaks makes this a prefect trip during your stay on Siargao.
Every town on Siargao holds yearly fiestas that attract lots of people for dancing and drinking. The biggest and most famous is the fiesta in General Luna, usually held in late September and now runs along with the surfing festival. The fiesta is long, around 2 weeks and includes international surf competition, parades, parties at the resorts and bars and crazy times along the boulevard with live bands and discos.
Siargao Island’s mangroves cover an area of 8,620 hectares. Of which, a single forest area consisting of 4,200 hectares is found in the municipality of Del Carmen. This mangrove forest is the habitat of rare and endangered species of flora and fauna both in marine, wetland and terrestrial areas. Also found in the mangrove forest is the endangered crocodylus porosus.