Siargao Tours and Activities

Siargao Tours and Activities

Ride the waves of Siargao, the surfing capital of the Philippines. Go island-hopping at Guyam, Naked, and Daku islands. Swim in the crystal-clear waters of Magpupungko Rock Falls, Sohoton Cove and Sugba Lagoon. Book Siargao tours and fall in love with this island.

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Where is Siargao located?

Siargao, one of the top surfing spots in the Philippines, is located in the province of Surigao del Norte. It is home to some of the best tourist spots in Mindanao, such as the famous surfing spot, Cloud 9.

What are the most popular tourist spots in Siargao?

Aside from Cloud 9 tours, there are a lot of Siargao tourist spots perfect for a fun-filled vacation. You can go on a Siargao island-hopping trip and head to Naked Island in Siargao, visit the Sohoton Cove National Park and swim in its Blue Lagoon, take a dip at the Magpupungko Rock Pools, go on a Sugba Lagoon tour, try canyoneering in Tayangban Cave Pool, wherein you explore and pass through the dark caves of Tayangban to hear the bats living inside and admire the many stalactites formations, or check out the famed Corregidor Island in Siargao.



Another option for travelers aside from a Siargao island-hopping itinerary is simply lounging and relaxing at some of the best resorts in Siargao. For those wanting to experience luxury at its finest, Siargao has some of the best 5-star hotels in the Philippines. Siargao also has numerous beachfront resorts for those wanting easy access to the beach, Siargao resorts for families, and for those on a budget, there are also cheap hotels in Siargao, often booked through discount travel packages on an online travel agency like Guide to the Philippines. Dining in at some of the best restaurants in Siargao is also highly recommended.

What are the best surfing spots in Siargao?

Depending on your level of expertise, there are a lot of surfing spots in Siargao you can check out. Newbies can try Guiuan, Jacking Horse, and Quicksilver first. Experienced ones can ride the waves of Bumee, Cemetery, Daku Reef, Pansukian Reef, Pilar, Salvacion, and Stimpy's. Finally, surfers with more advanced skills will find Cloud 9, Pacifico, and Tuason's Point challenging.

When is the best time to visit Siargao?

Surfing in Siargao is available all year, but the waves are at their peak from July to November. Cloud 9 is best visited from September to November, when the waves go as high as 12 feet, though expect some heavy rainfall. In addition, every September, Siargao holds the annual International Surfing Cup.



For non-surfers wanting to visit for other Siargao island activities, the ideal time for flights to Siargao is between March to October or mid-November, when it's sunny, less windy, and the waters are clear. If you do want to try to surf as a beginner, the lean months of summer are perfect because the swells are just right for practicing balance and timing.

How much time should I spend in Siargao?

Whether you decide to try out surfing, go on a Siargao island tour, or are just in Siargao for nature and the tightly-knit community, you can experience the best attractions in four days.



There are also Siargao tour packages with airfare from Manila available on an online travel agency like Guide to the Philippines. Most Philippine tour packages in Siargao range from 3 to 5 days, complete with flights, accommodations, and free Siargao private tours or shared tours. For those on a honeymoon that can last a week or two, there are also vacation packages for couples in Siargao as well.

What other destinations are near Siargao?

Far up northwest of Siargao is the provinces of Samar, Tacloban, and Ormoc. On the eastern side, across the Hinatuan Passage, is Surigao City. You can go on a Siargao land tour and make a trip to its nearby destinations for a complete trip to Siargao.

Is it safe in Siargao?

Because of COVID-19, it is highly encouraged to practice social distancing and follow the basic protocols, and know the Philippines travel requirements before and during your trip.



In terms of the prevalence of crime and terrorism, Siargao is safe. What you should be careful of are small accidents that you may encounter during activities, like swimming in the open when there are jellyfish out. Make sure to know beforehand when you should avoid open water.

What languages do locals speak in Siargao?

Surigaonon is widely spoken in Siargao. It’s an offshoot of Bisaya language. Locals, especially people in urban areas, can also speak English and Filipino.

What's the best way to get around Siargao?

Vans can take you from the airport to the town and back. There are also habal-habal or motorcycles available for rent.

Is there a mobile data signal or Wi-Fi in Siargao?

Internet connection and local mobile network signals in Siargao is decent in busy areas like General Luna but can be spotty in other areas.

Are there hospitals or clinics in Siargao?

When in Siargao, it’s best to avoid unsafe situations. There’s a clinic in General Luna, located near the market, for small emergencies. Severe cases must be brought to the main hospital in Dapa. You may need to take a boat to the mainland, though boats can be chartered for 24 hours in case of emergencies.

What is there to do in Siargao aside surfing?

Because of its azure waters, you can do a lot of water activities in Siargao; you can even just stay at the beach and get sun-kissed if you want. There are also island-hopping tours available, that will take you to Naked Island, Daku Island, and Guyam Island. If you want a different kind of water activity, try canyoneering in Tayangban Cave Pool, wherein you explore and pass through the dark caves of Tayangban to hear the bats living inside and admire the many stalactites formations. But, if you feel like moving away from the water for a while, you can hike to the top of Corregidor Island.