Ride the waves of Siargao, the surfing capital of the Philippines. Go island-hopping at Guyam, Naked, and Daku island. 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.
What are the most popular tourist spots in Siargao?
Siargao is well known for its surfing spots, one of the most famous is Cloud 9. Visit the Sohoton Cove National Park and swim in its Blue Lagoon. Take a dip at the Magpupungko Rock Pools. You will also find the famed Corregidor Island in Siargao.
What are the best surfing spots in Siargao?
Depending on your level of expertise, there are a lot of surfing spots you can visit in Siargao. 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, between March to October or mid-November, when it's sunny, less windy, and the waters are clear, is ideal. 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 or are just in Siargao for nature and the tightly knit community, you can experience the best attractions in four days.
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.