Tours & Sightseeing in Philippines

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If you thought Siargao was only for surfers, then think again. The entire island and the many surrounding islands are full of attractions and amazingly beautiful sights. Siargao Island has excellent paved roads all around the island – amazing sceneries, many villages and white sand beaches. To explore more, Magpupungko Tidal Pool, Taktak Falls and Tayangban Cave are few of the spots you can visit. Siargao's Version of Inland Tour. Maqpupungko natural rock & coral pool located in Pilar, one of the sleepy municipalities of Siargao. Why is it named so? Because of a rock formation that looks like a rock squatting on another. Squat is the English term for pungkô, so adding some acting-verb suffixes, hence the word magpupungkô.  A must-see to experience these totally clear, alluring and natural-pools that open up during low tide. Close to the pools you see and hear the waves breaking. There is also an ample stretch of white sand beach, perfect to have a beach picnic. Tayangban Cave is a twin cave situated right off the Siargao Circumferential Road in Pilar, Surigao Del Norte. The cave, formerly called Kantoloi Twin Cenotes, was named after Siargao'sfamous cave diver Bartolome “Toloi” Daclan. Now dubbed Tayangban Cave,

What’s included

  • pick up/drop off hotel (General Luna) 
  • van
  • entrance fee
  • parking fee

What’s not included

  • tipping 
  • others not mentioned in the inclusions
  • food and drinks