Looking for the best things to do in Siquijor? Here’s a guide to the most adventurous island in the Philippines.
This idyllic location is not far from the road and after lots of steps (135) to reach the falls we were not disappointed.
This was our favourite place in Siquijor, purely because of the size of the pools and there are three different tiers meaning multiple rope swings.
Obviously many tourists head to this spot but it wasn’t as busy as we expected and we visited at around midday.
We paid 50 Pesos for unlimited swings on the rope and spent a good couple of hours just hanging out at Cambugahay Falls.
The locals were super friendly and enthusiastic, welcoming us into the one of the top tourist spots in Siquijor.
For a group tour of up to 5 people, the Siquijor Island & Cambugahay Falls Private Tour works out at a pretty reasonable price.
It’s a man made beach resort which costs 80 Pesos per person to enter but it’s well worth it for the famous cliff jump!
There are two concrete diving boards, leading straight into the ocean, the highest one being 35ft. This was one of our favourite things to do in Siquijor Island.
As well as cliff jumping at Salagdoong Beach there is the famous slippery slide into the ocean, the beautiful white beach, a great restaurant and also accommodation if you wish.
Lugnason Falls is another beautiful and tranquil waterfall.
With stunning, lush scenery leading up to it, there’s an easy parking spot when you arrive and from there you can head straight down the steps to the falls.
There are two jumping points and the falls are a great place to swim and cool off, being much more peaceful and less touristy than some of the other waterfall spots.
Hidden amongst the jungle it’s definitely worth stopping at if you’re passing.
The Century Old Balete Tree is a 400 year old tree which locals believe is enchanted.
Widely known for the fresh springs emerging from its base, it’s also become a popular place for tourists to get their feet nibbled on by habitant fish, who will remove all your dead skin!
You will also find some interesting stalls located near the entrance that sell all sorts of potions and souvenirs.
Worthy of a quick stop, we realised why this amazing tree is one of the top tourist spots in Siquijor!
Paliton Beach is the most visited of the tourist spots in Siquijor. It’s the one that everyone heads to for sunset and we were lucky enough to catch some awesome ones!
It’s a beautiful little bay and not far from San Juan so if you’re staying in the area, you shouldn’t skip Paliton Beach on the way home after a long day at the falls.
The beach area is quite small, however the clear water and soft sand make for a great afternoon/evening relaxing under the overhanging palm trees.
A great way to end your Siquijor tourist spots tour!
A visit to this beach is also included in the Siquijor Island & Cambugahay Falls Private Tour.
Mandala Tribe Treehouses are a 3-star property and one of the most luxurious available on the remote island.
Featuring a garden, this accommodation has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom.
A terrace, a garden view and a wardrobe come with all rooms.
Monkey Business Bungalows is a branch off from the popular on-site restaurant.
The units at the resort offer easy access to the bar.
All rooms feature a private bathroom and free WiFi.
With barbecue facilities and a garden, Amber Homestay is located in a prime location on Siquijor.
Air-conditioning and free WiFi come as standard.
Some of the rooms feature a seating area with a flat-screen TV, and a fully equipped kitchen with a dining area. Some units have a terrace and/or balcony.
For more places to stay in Siquijor, you can check the latest prices on Booking.com.