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Siargao: The Ultimate Travel Guide to the Beach and Surf Paradise

Siargao: The Ultimate Travel Guide to the Beach and Surf Paradise

Everything you need to know about the amazing island in The Philippines
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Exotic adventures in the Philippines

Siargao in the Philippines is known as a paradise for surfers, but without any intentions of getting swept away by the waves, we went there to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and hang out on the many empty beaches.

Over Christmas and New Year 2017-2018 we spent two weeks on the island. This complete travel guide to Siargao is the result.

We drove on palm-tree-lined roads, swam in amazing blue waters and ate Neapolitan pizzas, Indonesian delicacies and Filipino tacos.

The island proved to have all the best from an infant but modern tourism industry on a clean tropical island filled with exotic adventures.

We fell in love with Siargao.

What is Siargao?

Siargao is an oblong, drop-shaped island in the southeastern Philippines with direct views of the Pacific Ocean.

The island is more exposed to wind and weather than other Filipino islands and that’s why Siargao’s location provides excellent surf conditions. If you surf, the famed Cloud 9 is a must!

Even if you, like us, don’t surf much, there is plenty to do.

Siargao has stunning beaches, nice people and lots of opportunities to swim in crystal clear waters.

And there are so many delicious food options from all over the world – including artistic, fruit-filled smoothie bowls.

Siargao boat trip with clear water
If you visit Siargao, you have to take a boat trip to the surrounding smaller islands.
Picturesque Daku Island close to Siargao
Picturesque Daku Island is only a few minutes by boat from the southern tip of Siargao.
Palm tree road on Siargao motorbike
Siargao is packed with swaying palms.
Palm trees on Siargao
A lavish tropical paradise.

General Luna

Dapa is the largest city on the island, but most tourists choose to live in General Luna on the southeast coast.

General Luna consists of a handful of streets centred around the city’s basketball court.

The harbour is also lively with local restaurants, markets and karaoke, though there are fewer westerners down here.

Most tourists mostly depend on Tourism Road, which extends from the city north to the famous surfing spot Cloud 9.

In General Luna, you can easily walk around, but having a scooter or bike will provide much more flexibility to reach the nearby beaches and restaurants.

Search for the best value accommodation near General Luna here.

General Luna as seen from the air
General Luna as seen from the air.
Sunset from General Luna
Sunset from General Luna.
Local guys playing near the harbour in General Luna
Basketball is huge in the Philippines. Here, some local guys are playing near the harbour in General Luna.
Alex flying the drone with local spectators on Guyam Island
Alex flying the drone with local spectators on Guyam Island.

Map

Click the icon in the top left corner of the map to find the places we have mentioned in this guide.

When to visit Siargao

The rainy season is generally between November and February.

We visited Siargao during Christmas and New Year and we had plenty of sunshine and high temperatures for most days – interrupted by short rainfall.

Most days it didn’t rain at all but on some days it rained a lot.

You can expect less rain between March and October.

For surfing, the waves are best between August and November. In September, the annual surfing competition takes place.

Apart from Christmas and New Year, this is Siargao’s peak season.

Year-round, the temperatures fluctuate between 22ºC (72ºF) and 32º (90ºF).

Average min and max temperatures in General Luna, Philippines Average precipitation (rain/snow) in General Luna, Philippines
Victoria on beach with clear water
Rainfall on Siargao is often short but intense.

What to do on Siargao

General Luna Beaches

There is a beach running along the whole east coast, starting at General Luna.

The most popular part is located where Tourism Road starts to turn north.

This beach is also called “The Cemetery” as it stretches past a local burial site.

It may sound macabre, but we really think it is quite nice that the deceased get the beautiful view and the hotels come in second place.

The Cemetery beach is largely tidal and it is not particularly wide. The water is nice though and there is plenty of shade to be found among the palms.

We lived southwest of General Luna where there is also a nice little beach.

Beach southwest of General Luna
The beach in front of our villa, southwest from the centre of General Luna.
A small part of Cemetery Beach on Siargao
A small part of Cemetery Beach.

Alegria Beach

On the northern tip of Siargao you’ll find Alegria Beach (about one and a half hours of driving from General Luna).

The beach is perfect to visit on a day trip.

Due to the remote location, there are few tourists. We mostly met local people who enjoyed the calm waves and soft sand.

It is also possible to stay at resorts in the area.

Also, consider driving a little further from Alegria Beach to Taktak Falls; a waterfall we, unfortunately, did not visit ourselves.

Beautiful Alegria Beach
Beautiful Alegria Beach.
Palm trees on the way to Alegria Beach
Palm trees on the way to Alegria Beach.
Local houses on the water
Local houses on the water.
Pigs on the road in Siargao
The trip north was full of surprises and exciting experiences.

Boat tour to Naked Island, Daku Island and Guyam Island

We didn’t experience Siargao’s best beaches on Siargao, but rather on a boat trip where we visited Naked Island, Daku Island and Guyam Island.

Our drone took flight above all three picturesque islands and we enjoyed a nice day in the sun on the perfect sandy beaches.

Although we visited Siargao over Christmas and New Year, which is the absolute high season, we were almost alone on both Naked Island and Daku Island.

Maybe everyone else was just out surfing.

We paid 1,500 pesos (~ 29 USD / 26 EUR) for a private boat trip without food.

Organized tours usually cost around 1,300 pesos (~ 25 USD / 23 EUR) per person including lunch and can be arranged everywhere on Siargao.

On Daku Island and Guyam Island, we paid 100 pesos and 40 pesos (respectively ~ 2 USD and 1 USD) in entrance fees.

Not exactly expensive for a day in paradise.

Naked Island is a very small but incredibly beautiful sandbar
Naked Island. A very small but super beautiful sandbar.
Siargao turquoise waters
Some of the most incredible water we have ever seen.
Alex on Daku Island
Alex on Daku Island.
Guyam Island, Siargao
Guyam Island was the third and last stop on our boat trip.

Magpupungko Rock Pools

The name is a little difficult to pronounce, but visiting Magpupungko on your trip to Siargao is a must-do if you like clear waters.

And the journey to Magpupungko Rock Pools through Siargao’s picturesque jungled interior is worth the drive all by itself.

Magpupungko is known for its wonderful tide pools and incredible rock formations.

Plan your visit around the low tide – and then head over to the beautiful Magpupungko Beach right next door when the water gets up too high.

Use Tidechart to see when there is low tide at Magpupungko Rock Pools.

When you’re thirsty, it is possible to buy fresh coconuts. There are also a couple of restaurants.

Scooter parking costs 20 pesos (less than half a dollar/euro) and the entrance to Magpupungko costs 50 pesos per person (~ 1 USD / 0.9 EUR).

Magpupungko famous rock and tide
The water at Magpupungko is fabulous. But watch out for the tide!
Magpupungko pools seen from a drone
Magpupungko pools seen from our drone.
Cliff jumping Magpupungko
Cliff jumping Magpupungko.
Magpupungko Beach
Magpupungko Beach is great for relaxing and enjoying the sun.
The road to Magpupungko plam trees
The road to Magpupungko offers some really nice views.

Surfing Siargao

We do not surf ourselves, but it should be noted that Siargao offers world-class surfing.

There are both beginner waves and bigger swells that challenge the professionals.

If you can’t surf yet, there are plenty of schools, teachers and beginner boards available.

Some breaks can be reached by walking or swimming from General Luna while you need to drive and/or sail to others.

It may be a good idea to bring swimming shoes as the reef can be really sharp.

Surfboards at Cloud 9
Surfboards at Cloud 9.
The boardwalk at Cloud 9
The boardwalk at Cloud 9 – if the waves are good, you can spot skilled surfers from here.
Victoria on the boardwalk at Cloud 9
Victoria on the boardwalk.

Pinoy Massage

If you are sore after having chilled too much on the beach and bathed in beautiful waters, consider relaxing even more by getting a massage.

At Pinoy Massage you can pay just 350 pesos (~ 7 USD / 6 EUR) for an hour’s full body massage – an offer we used more than once while we were on Siargao.

Pinoy Massage on the main road in General Luna
Pinoy Massage on the main road in General Luna.

SurFit Gym

If you do not think that vacation and fitness are connected in any way, you can go to Surfit Gym and stay outside eating a burger from Reef Cut Burger without a hint of bad conscience.

If you want more room in your stomach, you can go inside and exercise those calories away.

Even with the fans on fully, it is hot to lift weights in 28°C heat (82°F).

Fortunately, there is free water for all who train here. It may be a good idea to bring your own towel.

The equipment is not in the Olympic class, but for the price – 150 pesos (~ 3 USD / 2.5 EUR) for one day’s training – it’s more than okay.

The machines, barbells, plates, dumbbells and other fitness equipment are good enough for most people – but perhaps not hardcore bodybuilders.

SurFit is owned by a Swedish-Danish Filipino, and the prices for weekly and monthly memberships are very fair.

Where to eat on Siargao

Siargao has a wealth of food options, and we loved both the amount of choices and the general quality of the food.

Note: We visited Siargao before going vegan later in the year.

We’re sure that had we been more aware at the time we would have loved the fully vegan options on the island as well.

Being vegan on Siargao is really easy with a huge number of healthy eateries, fresh fruit and veggies, and we recommend everyone to try eating plant-based on the island.

Best restaurants and cafés

Kermit

We were so fond of the restaurant at Kermit Surf Resort that we ate there on Christmas Eve and on New Year’s Eve (+ several times for breakfast).

Neapolitan-inspired pizzas and delicious sandwiches are baked in their wood-fired oven, and although nothing can beat the real thing in Italy, Kermit came close to being compared to the Italian originals.

And that’s a comparison Alex does not throw around easily!

Kermit’s menu is full of tasty options.

Apart from the pizzas and sandwiches, there are also plenty of pasta and spaghetti dishes, freshly caught fish, salads, curry dishes and of course appetizers and desserts.

We tried a wide variety of what Kermit served and were really happy about both the food, the atmosphere and, in particular, the service. The waitresses were so cute.

We will never forget when our Christmas dinner was interrupted by a show that the 15-20 Philippine waitresses had practised; a coordinated dance to Mariah Carey’s hit “All I Want For Christmas Is You”. So funny and touching at the same time.

Kermit restaurant
Service at Kermit was amazing and the place was really cosy.
Pizza at Kermit
This pizza would have been delicious even without the cheese.

Miguel’s Taqueria

On the way to the market at the harbour at General Luna, you can conveniently stop at Miguel’s Taqueria.

In the small hole in the wall, you can get two tacos or a burrito with steak, chicken, fish or without meat for only 100 pesos (~ 2 USD / 1.75 EUR).

The tortilla is homemade and the ingredients are local. On the table, there are two sauces: a spicy green and a sweeter red one.

The first time we visited, we ordered both the vegetarian tacos and a vegetarian burrito.

Burrito number two got ordered before the first was eaten. That’s how good it was.

Before we left Siargao, we could no longer count on one hand how many times we had visited Miguel’s.

Miguel also serves ice-cold beer for 50 pesos (~ 1 USD / 0.9 EUR).

This is a gem you can’t miss on Siargao.

Miguel's Taqueria
Miguel’s Taqueria quickly became one of our favourite places on Siargao.
Two tacos from Miguel's
Two tacos from Miguel’s.

Shaka

To make a smoothie bowl where appearance and taste truly go together is an art form that Shaka has perfected.

The sweet Filipino women serve bowl after bowl to hungry surfers, and they are all topped with beautiful exotic fruits cut out neatly in different shapes.

Smoothie bowls with such appetizing names as ¡¡Bom Dia !!, Green Out and Bakunawa Bowl are available for 250 pesos (~ 5 USD / 4.5 EUR).

There is also good tea, coffee and juices served at the small café.

We had a healthy and colourful breakfast at Shaka more than once.

The ladies in the kitchen at Shaka worked hard to make the beautiful smoothie bowls.
The ladies in the kitchen at Shaka worked hard to make the beautiful smoothie bowls.
A delicious smoothie bowl with ripe mango
A delicious smoothie bowl with ripe mango.

Arka Hayahay

A close competitor to Shaka’s smoothie bowls is Arka Hayahay.

We tried their smoothie bowls with dragon fruit, mango, banana and coconut as well as their peanut butter bomb. Yum!

Both were full of flavour, and although the presentation was not as artistic as Shaka’s, the consistency and taste were actually better.

A smoothie bowl costs 290 pesos (~ 6 USD / 5 EUR)

There are also other breakfast and lunch dishes on the menu.

Arka Hayahay two colourful smoothie bowls
Arka Hayahay serves Siargao’s best tasting smoothie bowls.

Waffle House

Opposite the street of Arka Hayahay, we got a freshly baked waffle with almond butter for only 100 pesos (~ 2 USD / 1.75 EUR) at Waffle House.

It was big enough to share and the service was swift.

Waffle House

Reef Cut Burger

Reef Cut Burger serves large burgers in a rustic setting.

The place is right next to the small SurFit fitness centre, and in the evenings you can be lucky to hear karaoke from the other side of the street.

There are both vegan and vegetarian options. The price for a burger is 150 pesos (~ 3 USD / 2.5 EUR).

Harana

The restaurant associated with Harana Surf Resort is super cosy with lots of pillows and fairy lights.

The menu is primarily Filipino-inspired, but they also serve a few international classics. Among other things, we ordered hummus with veggie-sticks.

The chef seemed creative and detail-oriented, both in terms of ingredients and presentation.

Harana in the evening
Harana in the evening.

Warung

With sand under our feet and romantic lighting, we enjoyed Warung’s Indonesian dishes for dinner.

If you miss Nasi Goreng or want to try Indonesian food for the first time, Warung is just the place.

Warung is affiliated with Siargao Island Villas, which is one of the island’s more upscale places to stay (still at very reasonable prices).

Check prices and availability at Siargao Island Villas.

Kawayan

The dishes at Kawayan were slightly fine-dining oriented, and both the quality and price were higher than at some of the competitors.

Pleasure Point Café

On one of General Luna’s gravel roads, you’ll find Pleasure Point Café, which specializes in feel-good breakfasts and desserts aimed at those with a sweet tooth.

The atmosphere was relaxed and we enjoyed hanging out with the mini cats and the cute dog.

Victoria got a good, but slightly different chia porridge with fruit and cashew nuts and Alex ordered pancakes with apple and cinnamon.

They were a little underbaked but the filling tasted terrific.

Pleasure Point Café spread
Relaxed atmosphere and good food at Pleasure Point Café.

RAW

RAW makes sandwiches and sells a whole range of nice health products.

Deli Street

We tried a combination of hummus and grilled vegetables on their homemade ciabatta. The grilled vegetables were delicious.

You can also buy whole pieces of bread and an assortment of healthy snacks.

Buddha’s Surf Resort Restaurant

If the food had been great, Buddha’s Surf Resort Restaurant could have easily become one of our favourite places to eat on Siargao.

The decor was nice, the menu had plenty of good options, the world’s cutest little cat lived there and the service was prompt and polite.

Unfortunately, the taste of the food just wasn’t amazing.

There was not much Thai over the Pad Thai that clearly lacked lime and tamarind, and the vegetarian summer rolls were a bit boring.

The food at Buddha’s is definitely not bad, and maybe we just hit the wrong day or chose the wrong dishes, but with so many other exciting dining options on Siargao, we can not wholeheartedly recommend the restaurant.

Surfer bread – pan de coco

You can buy freshly baked “surfer bread” from two small coconut-fired ovens at the church and the basketball court in the middle of General Luna.

The small buns with coconut jam in the middle cost only 5 pesos (next to nothing), so there is no excuse to not buy some after a day at the beach.

Surfer breads directly from the coconut-fired oven
Surfer breads directly from the coconut-fired oven. There might be a que.

Bravo

At Bravo, mainly Spanish and Middle Eastern-inspired food is served.

We ordered a vegetarian roll with hummus and a veggie burger with a hard bun.

For the price, they were both a bit small to be served as main courses.

The desserts were huge, though.

Bravo is beautifully decorated and is one of the few restaurants on the island that accepts credit cards (with a 2.5% fee).

Fantastic and cheap Filipino food

Like all over the Philippines, Siargao’s best food for the price is available at some of the island’s carenderias – small street restaurants where the food sits in pots, pans and metal trays ready to be served and eaten.

If you drive through the main road Tourism Road out of the central part of General Luna, you will find two small market stalls located side by side after a few hundred metres (before the turn).

Both of these also serve food. Alexander’s favourite was the one closest to the city.

Try the sublime coconut soup with jackfruit and their countless other soups and dishes without meat or fish.

Prices are more than fair. A big serving of rice costs 20 pesos (less than half a dollar/euro) and the dishes (order more than one!) cost between 15 and 30 pesos – meaning you’ll get your belly filled up for about 2 USD / 1.75 EUR.

There are several carenderias around. Alexander was also happy with the choices down at the General Luna harbour.

Aventino’s

This is a warning: do not eat food from here!

It is a pity that Aventino’s call their frozen dough with bad ingredients for pizza.

The place gives pizza a bad reputation and we can not avoid taking it personally. Instead, eat your pizza at Kermit.

Cook yourself

When we arrived on Siargao, we had been away from Denmark for about a month and a half, and it was nice to have access to a small kitchen so that we could cook ourselves.

We bought groceries like rice, pasta and tomato sauce from one of General Luna’s three supermarkets, and got fresh fruit and vegetables from the market stalls on the main road and at the market by the harbour.

Even if you do not have access to a kitchen, you have to buy fresh mangoes and bananas. They taste heavenly!

fresh fruit and vegetables in the small market stalls
There are plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables in the small market stalls.

Where to stay on Siargao

Two weeks in a private villa

We lived west of General Luna in a private villa for two weeks on Siargao, which we rented quite cheaply through Airbnb.

The hosts Zuss and Sean were lovely and helped with our scooter rental, tour planning and even booked a table for us at Kermit on Christmas Eve.

Sign up with Airbnb here and receive $41 USD / €37 EUR in free credit towards your first trip.

Siargao Island Villas

With a private beach, a small garden and beautifully decorated rooms, Siargao Island Villas is luxury at reasonable prices.

We have found prices per night for a double room at about 104 USD / 94 EUR per night.

The cosy Indonesian restaurant, Warung, belongs to the hotel and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner every day.

The villas must be booked well in advance if you want to make sure you stay with a view of the water.

Check prices and availability at Siargao Island Villas.

Siargao Island Villas
Siargao Island Villas have beautiful, romantic rooms. ©Hotels.com

Luxury: Siargao Bleu Resort and Spa

Siargao Bleu Resort And Spa is Siargao’s best real luxury resort.

With a private beach, hot pool, great villas and top quality service, the perfect vacation is almost secured.

Price-wise, we’re talking about 210 USD / 189 EUR per night for a double room.

Check prices and availability at Siargao Bleu Resort And Spa.

Siargao Bleu Resort And Spa
The pool next to the ocean at Siargao Bleu Resort And Spa. ©Hotels.com

Value for money: Ocean 101 Beach Resort

With great rooms, a green garden and a good location close to the ocean and Cloud 9, Ocean 101 Beach Resort is a really nice place to stay if you’re looking for value for money.

Prices for a double room are approximately 50 USD / 45 EUR per night.

Check prices and availability at Ocean 101 Beach Resort.

Ocean 101 Beach Resort
The terraces outside the rooms at Ocean 101 Beach Resort. ©Hotels.com

Budget: Point 303 Surf Resort

The rooms at Point 303 Surf Resort are sparsely decorated, but the hotel looks fine – especially considering that prices are as low as 20 USD / 17 EUR per night for a double room.

The location just opposite Cloud 9 is perfect if you want to surf – but also to be close to lots of restaurants.

The rest of General Luna is only a short scooter ride from here.

Check prices and availability at Point 303 Surf Resort.

Point 303 Surf Resort
A simple, cheap room at Point 303 Surf Resort. ©Hotels.com

Kermit Surf Resort

Our first choice was to get a bungalow at Kermit, but they were, unfortunately, sold out several months in advance.

If you plan to travel in the high season, it is necessary to book far in advance.

Kermit’s cabins are beautiful and their lovely restaurant is just a few metres away.

There are daily organised trips to Siargao’s attractions (like Magpupungko Rock Pools) and as Kermit is, in essence, a surf resort, there are also organized surfing trips with instructors and surfboard rentals.

Harana Surf Resort

If you live at Harana Surf Resort, you are almost guaranteed a nice stay on Siargao.

The beautiful villas are set among palm trees and come with A/C, a porch and hot water.

At the surf school, you can take anything from 1 to 9-day surfing classes, and a special 7-day package combines surfing and yoga.

Our budget and typical prices on Siargao

Prices for accommodation on Siargao swing between dorm rooms for 7.5 USD / 6.5 EUR per night and luxury villas and resorts that cost more than 225 USD / 200 EUR per night.

We paid 26 USD / 23 EUR per night for our villa, which we rented for 13 days.

Main courses at restaurants generally cost between 100 and 300 pesos (~ 2 to 6 USD / 1.75 to 5 EUR).

Renting a scooter will probably run you about 7 USD / 6 EUR per day.

All in all, we spent around 858 USD / 770 EUR in 13 days on Siargao – which included accommodation, all meals, massages, water, a one-week fitness membership, scooter rental, gasoline and a private boat trip. Flights to and from the island are not included.

So we used what amounts to about 33 USD / 30 EUR per person per day.

Budget and prices are from December 2017 and January 2018.

Magpupungko Rock Pools
Siargao is cheap to visit. For example, the entrance to the Magpupungko Rock Pools costs only 50 pesos (~ 1 USD / 0.9 EUR).

How to get around Siargao

Flying into the Philippines

The Philippines’ two main international airports are in Manila, the capital, and in Cebu, further south.

There are onwards domestic flights from both Manila and Cebu to Siargao.

Cebu is closer to Siargao but check the flights and prices first to see which airport makes the most sense to you and your itinerary.

From Manila or Cebu to Siargao

South East Asian Airlines, Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific all fly from Manila to Sayak Airport on Siargao.

Many planes go over Cebu.

Quite a few flights to Siargao end up getting cancelled due to bad weather.

Therefore, we recommend that you add in the possibility of being delayed hours or even a day or two into your itinerary if you are to catch an international flight after visiting Siargao.

Our flights from Cebu to Siargao were cancelled due to the weather, but luckily we were already given seats on a plane the next morning.

The small airport on Siargao
The small airport on Siargao. Fly directly from Manila or Cebu.

From Siargao’s airport to General Luna

Outside the small airport on Siargao, you’ll see that there are a few drivers standing-by to drive people to their hotels.

Our hosts had arranged that we were picked up in a van together with a couple of others and we paid 300 pesos per person (~ 6 USD / 5 EUR) to be driven to the door.

Renting a scooter on Siargao

We rented a scooter throughout our stay on Siargao, which made our lives on the island far easier and a lot more fun.

If you live centrally in General Luna and expect to jump on organized tours, you may not need to drive a scooter, but if want some more mobility, we can really recommend renting one.

We rented the scooter through our hosts Zuss and Sean for 4,200 pesos (~ 82 USD / 74 EUR) for 12 days, which makes the price per day 350 pesos (~ 7 USD / 6 EUR).

The three-wheeled Binggos seems to be a fun alternative to the scooters.

Our scooter during our time on Siargao
Our scooter during our time on Siargao.
Tourism Road on Siargao
The roads on Siargao were generally in good condition.

Best tips for visiting Siargao

  • The electrical outlets on Siargao are of type A, B and C and generally feature the flat prongs of USA and Japan or the two round prongs, fitting both most European and Asian appliances. The standard voltage is 220 volts.
  • The power will probably go out. Don’t panic, it will soon be back on.
  • Wifi is neither stable nor fast. Buying a local SIM-card with 3G can help, but if you work online, you can expect to get a bit frustrated. Some places have much better connections than others, so if fast wifi is important to you, shop around.
  • Credit cards are mostly used at upscale places, so you’ll need to carry cash for most restaurants, shops and services. Working ATMs are possible to find around the island, especially in Dapa.
  • Have change and smaller bills on you. Many places ask for a small entrance or parking fee.
  • Be sure to book your accommodation well in advance if you’re travelling in the high season.
  • The sun is strong. Apart from clothes and shade, we use this eco-friendly sunscreen.
  • Make sure to bring a good camera! Here’s our guide to lightweight photography gear for high-quality travel content.
Palm trees on Siargao
Thanks for reading

After almost two months in the Philippines, we reached the conclusion that the Philippines is one of the world’s best travel countries for beach lovers. And divers. And backpackers. And probably most travellers that are keen on an exotic, safe and cheap adventure.

Thank you for reading this guide to Siargao!

Let us finally know what you think in the comments below, and if you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask away.

Siargao travel guide from the Philippines with all you need to know to visit the beach and surfer paradise
Siargao travel guide from the Philippines with all you need to know to visit the beach and surfer paradise
Siargao travel guide from the Philippines with all you need to know to visit the beach and surfer paradise

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