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The Siquijor Trip

Dear You,

A lil’ heads up, this trip is not the backpacking kind of trip, although you could do that here in Siquijor.

So, Siquijor (aka : Isla del Fuego) is one of the Top beaches that I would highly recommend. 260 more words

Out and About: Siquijor Day 2

Check-out at Villa Marmarine Resort: Next day, we planned to watch the sunrise, but a sleepyhead like us kept on snoozing our alarms and woke up at 8 a.m. 859 more words

Out And About

Cambugahay Falls 

I have never been a fan of waterfalls until I went to Cambugahay in Siquijor. The first time that I’ve seen one is when we hiked up to Mt. 141 more words


Exploring Siquijor (Isla del Fuego).

When souls who thirst for adventure huddle together, they make a very memorable and fun exploration that lasts forever!

This plan started out as a round table discussion in a dessert restaurant. 1,106 more words


en route Siquijor-Cambugahay Falls

Cambugahay Falls is just one of the many tourist attractions in the island of Siquijor,located 2 km north of the town of Lazi. It consists of cascading multi-tiered waterfalls. 9 more words

Siquijor: Home to Flesh Eating Fish and Witch Doctors

For one reason or another, Siquijor doesn’t seem to make it on to the majority of backpackers’ Philippines itinerary.

To be fair, I’d never heard of the place either until someone recommended it. 1,387 more words

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