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Dumaguete: Siquijor Island & Cambugahay Falls Private Tour

1. Dumaguete: Siquijor Island & Cambugahay Falls Private Tour

Take an adventurous day trip from Dumaguete to Siquijor island, well-known for its undisturbed beaches and forests surrounded by clear blue waters. During the colonial period, it was called the Island of Fire due to beams of lights created by fireflies residing in molave trees. Visit the island and its must-see places with a private tour guide and transfer. Meet and greet your tour guide at your accommodation and take a ferry to Siquijor island. After a 90-minute ride, the journey starts with a visit to St. Francis of Assisi Church where you can learn about a brief history of the town. Proceed to Paliton Beach and marvel at the island's incredible natural beauty. Next, stop in the coastal towns of Enrique Villanueva and Maria, where Salagdoong Beach is located. The highlight of the trip comes at the town of Lazi, where the signature Cambugahay Falls is located. Jump into the clear emerald water and try adventurous activities such as zip-line. Have a look at the huge Balete Tree, which is said to be over 400 years old and is believed by the locals to be enchanted. After a fulfilling day of history and water activities, ride back to Dumaguete and enjoy a comfortable drop-off at your accommodation.

Siquijor Coastal Day Tour (Siquijor) SUV/Van Private

2. Siquijor Coastal Day Tour (Siquijor) SUV/Van Private

A few meters from the Siquijor Church is the ‘I Love Siquijor’ signage. Tourists are taken here for a semi-mandatory photo with the signage. The balete tree which is mystical in its own right as it is commonly associated with the supernatural, you can dip your feet at the natural pool of water at its base for some fish spa. There are small fishes as well as some big ones ready to tickle and give your feet some loving! You’ve never been to Siquijor if you haven’t tried the Broomstick Challenge at the Hapitanan Broomstick Challenge. Basically, you need to have a jump-shot photo…. ON A BROOMSTICK! The Lazi Church, with its huge convent was declared as a National Cultural Treasure and is built of sea stones and wood. Places to visit: - Welcome to Siquijor - I love Siquijor sign - Paliton - Pitugo Cliff - Enchanted old Balete Tree - Broom shot challenge - Lazi Church - Lazi Conversation - Cambugahay Falls - Manmade Forest - Salagdoong Beach - Triad copy overlooking

Siquijor Mountain Day Tour From Dumaguete (Private Tour)

3. Siquijor Mountain Day Tour From Dumaguete (Private Tour)

The most famous cave on the island is the Catavon Cave, inside the cave runs the subterranean stream while beautiful stalactites and stalagmites (icicle-shaped formations) hang from the ceiling of a cave's chamber. Lugnason Falls (also known as Zodiac Falls) is one of the top 3 waterfalls in Siquijor that you must visit during your adventures on Siquijor Island in the Philippines! Hidden away in tropical jungle, Lugnason Falls is an adventurous spot to explore while in Siquijor. A tarzan swing hangs from the trees above and you can actually cliff jump from on the cascade into a deep milky blue pool. Northeast of San Juan is stunning white-sand Paliton Beach. The water is as clear as glass and there are wonderful views of Apo Island. Places to visit: - Catavon Cave - Lugnason Falls - Diving Paliton Beach - Healers Bolo Bolo - Cambugahay Falls - Snorkeling Tubod Sanctuary - Balete Fish Spa

Siquijor Day Tour - Coastal Tour (Private Tour)

4. Siquijor Day Tour - Coastal Tour (Private Tour)

Siquijor: It is recognized as a center of mystic power and a capital of mystic activities. Siquijor offers incredible sites and sights and is rapidly becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Philippines. General Itinerary: Morning Pick Up: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Destinations: Sambulawan Butterfly Sanctuary Camp Bandilaan Quisol Over Looking Triad Overlooking Restaurant (Optional) Activities: Swimming, Sightseeing, Snorkeling

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