Siquijor Tours | Guide to the Philippines

Siquijor Tours
Immerse in the beauty of the mystical island of Siquijor with these tours. Try the tarzan swing at Cambugahay Falls, pray at Lazi Church, lounge in its beaches, and more.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the most popular tourist spots in Siquijor?

Choose from beautiful natural and cultural spots like Cambugahay Falls, Paliton Beach, Old Enchanted Balete Tree, Cantabon Cave, and Lazi Church, to name a few. These tourist attractions are usually included in a Siquijor day tour.

When is the best time to visit Siquijor?

The climate all year round in Siquijor is generally warm. You might want to visit from October to June if you’re planning to do some heavy sightseeing and water activities.

How much time should I spend in Siquijor?

Spend at least 2-3 days to see the best of Siquijor. You’ll be able to try various recreational activities — from sightseeing, to island-hopping, to nature excursions.

Is it safe in Siquijor?

It is safe in Siquijor. But as with any unfamiliar destination, make sure to take care of your belongings.

What languages do locals speak in Siquijor?

The most widely used language in Siquijor is Cebuano and Tagalog, but many can understand and speak English.

How do I get to Siquijor?

After you arrive at Dumaguete City Airport, you have to go to Dumaguete port via jeepney or tricycle. Upon arrival, you have to ride a boat or ferry going to Siquijor. 

What's the best way to get around Siquijor?

In order to get around Siquijor, you have to ride public transportation like jeepneys and tricycles. However, you have the option to join a guided tour with transfers, or rent a car if you want to explore the city at your own pace.