Siquijor Roadtrip: My Full Itinerary

My Siquijor Trip last March is one of my best trips ever! I am happy because finally, my dream to visit this mystical island came true! You cannot blame a TV and movie junkie like me to be curious about this place since it is always featured every Halloween season.

Siquijor Roadtrip Series | I can drive… you crazy =))

I grew up watching the Halloween Specials of Noli de Castro’s Magandang Gabi Bayan with lights off. Some horror films also brainwashed a lot of young moviegoers and gave a wrong impression about this place. Now I understand why Siquijodnons shout ‘foul!’ or some of the young residents are surprised with the negative media hype about it.


Thanks to Dylan of WanderingDylan!  When I heard that he is originally from Siquijor during our Moalboal Day Trip last year, my desire to visit Siquijor got stronger. I didn’t entertain the idea of getting there alone, and stepping to the island for the first time with a Siquijodnon is less terrifying and more rewarding.

Lunch with Dylan and Dolee before the Cambugahay Falls invasion

I spent four days in Siquijor and I almost visited every tourist spot and other off-the-beaten paths. What I only failed to do is diving and spelunking.

I want to share my Siquijor Roadtrip Full Itinerary. Thanks to Dylan and the Generalao Family for making me feel at home. Dabest kayo! 😀

SIQUIJOR ROADTRIP DAY 1:

  • Kawayan Holiday Resort
  • Siquijor Pier
  • St. Francis de Assisi Church
  • Bell Tower
  • Lunch
  • Castaway Restaurant
  • St. John Church
  • Capilay Spring Park
  • Danish Lagoon
  • Paliton Beach
  • Lapiyahan and Dondeezco Beach Club
  • Planta Beach
  • Triad Coffee Shop

SIQUIJOR ROADTRIP DAY 2:

  • Cantabon Cave
  • Camp Bandilaan
  • ‘Anonymous Rice Terraces’
  • Butterfly Sanctuary
  • Tulawog Cave
  • Balete Tree
  • Lazi Church and Convent
  • Cambugahay Falls
  • Minalunan Beach
  • Kagusuan Beach
  • Salagdoong Beach

SIQUIJOR ROADTRIP DAY 3:

  • Lugnason Falls
  • Lazi Beach Club
  • Kagusuan Beach
  • Firefly Cove
  • Guwanon Mangroves
  • End of the World Hostel
  • Videoke with Gael Robbie and Renz

SIQUIJOR ROADTRIP DAY 4:

  • Villa Marmarine
  • Norweigan
  • Candanay North and South Beaches
  • Last Videoke Time
  • Off to Dumaguete

How to Get to Siquijor:

There are no direct flights to Siquijor. The nearest airport is in Dumaguete, where you can take a fast craft to Siquijor. Estimated travel time is 45 minutes.

I would like to blog about every stop and I also recorded a number of funny videos during the trip. See, Siquijor is a beautiful place!

Please also check my earlier Siquijor posts:

Have you been to Siquijor? If yes, what are your favorite stops? If not, what’s stopping you? Happy travels!

22 Comments

  1. Ada Lajara said:

    WOW!! There’s a lot of things to do in Siquijor!!! I have a feeling when I go there I will be alone too lol.

    October 22, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Ada, just contact Dylan or bring Maire with you 😀 I want to go back soon. Such a nice place 😀

      October 24, 2012
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  2. Drew said:

    Magkano ba ang isang Wrangler sa Siquijor? Makabili nga pagbalik ko haha!

    October 22, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Haha Papa at Tito ni Dylan ang nag-assemble nyan. Bumili lang sila ng parts 😛

      October 24, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Ang saya 😀

      October 24, 2012
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  3. hana banana said:

    shet! ang puso kooooo… kinikilig ako sa video mo… video pa lang, na iinlove na ako sa Siquijor….
    waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!!!!
    ♥♥♥♥
    mag sisiquijor na talaga ako b4 2013!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    October 22, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Go Go Go Hana! Tagal mo nang balak yan ah 😀

      October 24, 2012
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  4. nice vid Mica. nahumaling tlaga kami sa kuha mo. Ganda ng Siquijor in fairview! Sana makilala din namin si Dylan, when we visit the mystical island.

    Mukhang fullpacked itinerary mo sa Siquijor, hindi ka nagmamadali. 🙂

    October 22, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Thank you 🙂 Yup, steady lang ang trip na ‘to hehe 😀

      October 24, 2012
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  5. Dylan said:

    Mica, the name of the cave you were asking is Tulawog Cave.
    By the way, the Wrangler is under repair now. A lot of parts are upgraded including the tires and so on. The next time you’ll have a ride in it, it will be smoother unlike before wherein it felt like we were riding a horse. hahaha.

    October 24, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Thanks Dylan. Edited the post na 🙂 Yay, vroom vroom na ulit soon! 😀

      October 24, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Haha thanks Hun 😀

      November 7, 2012
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  6. This is great. Daming pwede puntahan! Really want to visit Siquijor soon. Maybe next year! 🙂

    November 5, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Thanks Kara! Plan your Siquijor trip na 😀

      November 7, 2012
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  7. Paula O said:

    Haaay, nice ang iti, when kaya ako makapunta ng Siquijor? 🙂

    November 6, 2012
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    • Senyorita said:

      Gora na! 😀

      November 7, 2012
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