Visit Siquijor and Travel to the Island of Fire

If you are planning a vacation to the Philippines, then you must visit Siquijor and Travel to the Island of Fire! The Spaniards named this paradise “Isla del Fuego,” or, “Island of Fire.” The named it this because of the mysterious glow that came at dusk on the island – from the swarms of fireflies that flitted around the lush vegetation. 

Siquijor is has become a tourist hot spot in Central Visayas because of its natural beauty and distinct charm. Its white sand beaches, century old churches, amazing dive sites, beautiful waterfalls and other natural wonders attract people here to uncover the island’s mystique. Siquijor is a good option if you’re looking for somewhere to relax and unwind.

One of the most appealing things about Siquijor is that it’s not overcrowded with tourists. Its natural beauty has remained intact, and it hasn’t given into the demands of modernization. Rather, Siquijor has maintained its element of mystery and magic while showing-off its beauty, satisfying travelers that are looking for something a little different. You can visit the Most Beautiful Islands in the Philippines here or on Pinterest.

Siquijor Weather – When to Visit

Siquijor has a tropical monsoon climate, so Siquijor has only two seasons – wet and dry. The wet season is between June and October, and the dry season is from November to May.

So, the best weather on the island is said to be between November to May – during the dry season. The best time to visit is between December to March. If you do visit during the wet season, you can expect the occasional downpour, but it typically rains and then clears up. Also, the waterfalls will be more spectacular during the wet season.

Best Siquijor Beaches

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Paliton Beach

Paliton beach is public and free of entrance. A lineup of fishing boats at rest by the shore with minimal seaweeds and pieces of junk are a usual scene. It is notable for being a perfect vantage point for sunset viewing and for having a serene atmosphere especially during the morning and weekdays when it is less frequented by locals. Visit the beach if you are looking for a natural beauty of an unspoiled, white, powdery-to-pebble sand matched with a shallow, azure, clear waters.

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Tubod Beach

Most of Tubod beach is now part of Coco Grove resort, one of the fascinating resorts in Siquijor which gives away a perfect entertainment at sundown to its guests. The beach is well-groomed and best-kept of its pristine, white, coraline sands that make for an excellent location for sunset viewing.

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Solangon Beach

Solangon Beach is described as having the finest sand and clearest waters in the region. The main section of the beach is found in front of Coral Cay resort. There’s a walkway going through the beach resort. To get to the beach, have a tricycle drop you off at Coral Cay. You can then make your way down the walkway through the resort. The beach is only a few hundred meters down from the main road. 

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Solagdoong Beach

Salagdoong is popular among tourists for its cliff diving platform. Choose either the 20-feet or the other 35-feet high cliff to jump from. Come by early in the morning to avoid the crowd. The place is small and can only accommodate a manageable number of tourists. Entrance fee is P75.

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Cang-iping Beach

Cang-iping Beach is found in the town of San Juan. Cang-iping Beach is frequently quiet, which makes it a perfect relaxation area especially during sunsets.

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Best Siquijor Tours & Activities

Siquijor Island Tour from Dumaguete

Discover the mystical island paradise of Siquijor, also known as the island of fire which refers to the eerie luminescence produced by swarm’s excursion nested among the foliage of molave trees. a 50-minute fast ferry trip from Dumaguete takes you direct to the capital town of Siquijor. Book Your Siquijor Island Tour from Dumaguete Here.

Siquijor Island Tour

Spend a Day in Siquijor, visit various of places that emphasize Siquijor’s beautiful places. Get to enjoy and explore Siquijor’s tourist spots. Book Your Siquijor Island Tour Here.

Siquijor Coastal Tour

Have a Siquijor tour, get the chance to visit and explore Siquijor’s tourist spots. Take a shot and Collect photos for souvenir that you’ll remember every time you see the name Siquijor. Book Your Siquijor Coastal Tour Here.

Siquijor Mountain Tour

Enjoy a trip with your loved ones, it’s perfect for a self-travel, couple or even a group travel with your family or friends. You’ll be enjoying a walk from Mt. Bandilaan and an interaction with our beautiful butterflies, lastly our Lugnason Falls will give you and your loved ones a happy time together with its beautiful view with the waterfall. Book Your Siquijor Mountain Tour Here.

Siquijor Island

Siquijor is one of the places in the Philippines that is just enveloped in mystery, yet one that is so blessed with natural beauty. It is a place where healers are very much heard of. In fact, the island is so associated with mystic traditions that the tourism industry in the island capitalizes on that fact. Enjoy everything about Siquijor on this tour. Book Your Siquijor Island Tour Here.

Best Siquijor Restaurants

Baha Ba’r $11 – 30

Baha Ba’r boasts its extensive menu of flavorful Filipino and international dishes. Well, when dining in this place, never miss trying its signature cocktails and craft beer. Outdoors, you can find wooden tables and chairs where you can enjoy good food, fantastic ocean view, and live music. Telephone: 63 998 548 8784 Web: Baha Ba’r

Salamandas Restaurant $11 – 30

Salamandas Restaurant specializes in seafood, international cuisine with island influences, signature dishes and fresh regular specials, in a fine dining oceanfront atmosphere. Telephone: 63 917 314 1415 Web: Salamandas Restaurant

Dolce Amore Restaurant Under $10

This restaurant offers authentic Italian dishes made from freshly picked and handmade ingredients. Plus, the open-air ambiance also gives you an Alfresco dining experience while eating your favorite Italian meal.  Telephone: 63 908 614 6313 Web: Dolce Amore Restaurant

U.Story Guesthouse Bar & Restaurant $11 – 30

This restaurant boasts authentic cuisine from Southern France. From savory seafood to meat dishes, you’ll have the best candlelight dinner here. When it comes to drinks, this restaurant offers a wide selection of wines.  Telephone: 63 917 337 7151 Web: U.Story Guesthouse Bar & Restaurant

Luka Loko Restaurant

Siquijor offers locals and tourists vegan options, and you can enjoy a colorful bowl of healthy goodness at the Luca Loko Restaurant. You’ll be impressed by the food presentation, too! The friendly staff also serves food quickly, so you won’t have to starve while waiting. Telephone: 63 915 304 7394 Web: Luka Loko Restaurant

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2 Comments

  1. Aubin Tshiyole

    Hi,

    I love Philippine because of beautiful island you can find in the country. In addition, I can see that guesthouses and restaurants are not expensive as many people can imagine. And, I hope it is not hassle to get a visa or they do not have difficult visa requirement.

    Thank you for the news 

    Reply
    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, you do need a visa to visit the Philippines from most countries.  It really depends on the country, for the difficulty getting one.  If you are using it for a vacation, and you have no issues with your background, then that makes it simpler.

      Reply

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