Siargao used to be a quiet island known only to surfers. This surfing Mecca came to fame because of the swells and barrels off its coast. Tourism slowly rose as word-of-mouth spread. Then, in came the plethora of tourists.
More detailed travel guide here: SIARGAO TRAVEL GUIDE with Budget Itinerary 2019 Siargao is a teardrop-shaped island under the jurisdiction of the province of Surigao del Norte. It is located off the northeast coast of Mindanao. It is composed of the province’s nine municipalities with General Luna, Del Carmen, and
The Philippines has so many beautiful islands scattered in different parts from Luzon to Mindanao. All of which have a combination of different kinds of sand, limestone and rock formations, and waters with varying hues of turquoise, azure, cerulean, and different shades of blue. Some are more developed than others
Siargao is famous, locally and internationally, for the cloud 9 waves; however, for those who don’t surf or are done surfing, there are other things to do. One such activity is island hopping; Daku Island is the biggest in the trio which includes Guyam and Naked Islands. Daku has fine
Other than riding the Cloud 9 waves, one of the activities you can do while in Siargao is island hopping. Guyam Island is part of the group of islands you’ll visit which also include Naked and Daku. Guyam Island may be small, but its picturesque beachscape, shallow waters, and tropical
Naked Island fits the description of beach destination — fine white sand and cool clear waters. It got its name because of its ‘nakedness’; there’s no shade or almost anything on the island. It is only a few minutes away by boat from General Luna. After riding the famous cloud
A surfer’s paradise — that’s how everyone describes Siargao. But aside from the powerful waves, Siargao is also well known for the beautiful islands and beaches.
The Philippines is famous for beautiful beaches with blue-tinged waters and sand as white as snow and as soft as powder. There are plenty of provinces that offer rest and relaxation on the beach for tired and weary wanderers. For those who want to test their mettle on the waves
The scenario is you’re traveling to the Philippines and you only have two weeks to spare before heading elsewhere. You do a quick search online and see all these beautiful beaches with picturesque sunsets, cerulean waters, and thriving underwater ecosystems. It’s difficult to plan just two weeks to visit all
Sometimes, all we need is another perspective. In this week’s edition of ALL DRONE UP, we’re featuring a video submitted to us by OJ Johnson. The video features aerial shots of three destinations: El Nido in Palawan, Siargao Island, and Davao. “This is the reason why I love my country,”