Siargao Guide

The Ultimate Travel Guide to Siargao: Download E-Book

If you’re looking to visit the phenomenally gorgeous island os Siargao, you’ll want to download and read this Travel Guide to Siargao as well as all of our posts on Siargao below.

Siargao is a tiny, tear-drop shaped island on the fringes of the east coast of The Philippines and for us, it is one of the ultimate, adventurous family destinations that it something out of a fairy-tale.  The beaches are phenomenal and the locals are some of the friendliest I’ve ever met. It would be almost impossible to get lost there but some places seem untouched by tourism which makes it unbelievable.

What’s In The Travel Guide?

In this downloadable eBook, we talk about how to get to Siargao, how to rent transport, how to get out cash whilst you’re there, where to eat, shop and do your laundry. We look at what SIM card is best to buy, who to go island hopping with, how to get to Sugba Lagoon without a tour, which beach is best for snorkelling and what to do in an emergency. Plus more and with some beautiful photos from our time there.

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I anticipated that The Philippines was going to be special but I hadn’t banked for just HOW special I would find them. After the nightmare of Indonesia (which I really struggled with and wasn’t prepared for),  I had psychologically prepared myself for the disappointment which might occur.

I was wrong! Really wrong. It was spectacular and since leaving every one of our kids has asked to go back and explore more of The Philippines.  As a country, it has a reputation for being bad (violent and drug-fuelled) from the mainstream media but we found that wasn’t our experience. Siargao was a peaceful and happy place where tourists and locals treated each other with mutual respect and where long-lasting friendships were formed.

If you want to read more about our time on Siargao, see below