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Northeast of San Juan is the stunning white-sand Paliton Beach. Keep walking west to discover yet more empty white-sand beaches.


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San Juan activities

$85 Cultural & Theme Tours

Siquijor Island Day Tour

Upon pick up at your hotel or at the seaport, you will go directly to Salagdoong Beach 6 kms northeast of Maria, this place is favorite by the locals and is great for swimming but along the way, be amazed as you will see the beautiful Man Made Forest is Salagdoong, the biggest in the island. Proceed to the town of Lazi and be amazed with Cambugahay Falls, a impressive 3 tiered waterfalls. This place is the highlight of tourism in Siquijor Island and great for swimming and you can also jump from one tier of the waterfall. There is also a rope swing in all of the falls. Also, a visit to Capilay Spring Park, a natural spring fed swimming pool in the centre of San Juan. A favorite with the locals at weekends. Another attraction in Siquijor for tourist who are interested in old historical sites is the San Isidro Labrador Convent, reputed to be the biggest and one of the oldest convents in the Philippines, the Spaniards started construction in 1887 and was completed in 1894. This was declared as a historical landmark by the Philippine Historical Commission. Be enchanted with the famous Balete Tree,this old tree covered in hundreds of roots and vines. Under the tree is a natural free fish spa, which is probably more entertaining and interesting than the tree itself! Finally, before ending your whole day tour, you get a chance to visit Siquijor's pride of reforestation in the Mangrove Forest Farm, this nursery beach head site will completely give you a fresh natural air for it's natures beauty.

$85 Outdoor Activities

Siquijor Island

Siquijor is an island province located at the Central Visayas Region of the Philippines. It is composed of six towns; Enrique Villanueva, Larena, Lazi, Maria, San Juan and Siquijor. The island is bordered on the northwest by Cebu and Negros islands, on the northeast by Bohol, and on the south by the northern Mindanao provinces of Misamis Occidental (Dapitan) and Zamboanga del Norte (Dipolog). Often dubbed as, the Isla del Fuego (the island of fire) due to the glow it gives off during sundown as multitude of fireflies gather on the molave trees off the island, it is a place of mystery and mysticism especially for older generations who believes in witchcraft and sorcery. And indeed, the said practice is still being observed in Siquijor, albeit on a less prevalent scale as it was before. I find that most people would look strangely on you if you mention that you’re traveling to Siquijor, the island having its reputation with the black arts, but once you get pass that—and it is really not a problem when on the island itself—the place would reward you with amazing tourist spots such as pristine beaches, amazing waterfalls, lush hiking trails, centuries old stone churches, and yes, even the sweetest people.   Siquijor Explore Tour   - Siquijor Church (St. Francis de Asisi)    - Siquijor Boulevard    - Capilay Spring Park    - Tubod Beach    - Lugnason Falls    - Balete Tree    - Lazi Church & Convent (San Isidro Labrador)    - Lunch    - Cambugahay Falls    - Kagusuan Beach    - Maria Church (Sta. Maria)    - Salagdoong Beach (Optional    - Snack at Lilibeth’s Pan Bisaya    - Guiwanon Spring Park Back at resort  - Massage with the Local Healer (Optional) *END OF DAYTOUR ITINERARY

$45 Cultural & Theme Tours

Night Tales in Old San Juan Walking Tour

This tour will get you acquainted with Old San Juan's military culture, landscape and defenses.  The “Night Tales in Old San Juan” guided 2 hours walking tour  includes visits to former:battle groundsSpanish soldiers barrackscity jailUSA military basewhere the Spanish Armada applied military defense techniquesContinue having fun:listening to Debbie narrate the history with the passion and colorfulness she is known forat the sites where Hollywood movies & TV shows filmed taking pictures at the 4 World Heritage Sites while listening to the battles and unique historical facts.where the civilians hide when under attack.Let the Caribbean nights enchant you, see the colors of a Spanish Colonial city in Puerto Rico at night.

$25 Walking & Biking Tours

Bricks & Colors

"Get to know how and why Old San Juan is the best preserved 16th century colonial city in the Western Hemisphere" during a one hour easy walking architectural tour    that is wheelchair and stroller friendly.   See images of Old San Juan before it became a tourist destination.  Hear how the military lifestyle shaped one of the oldest city in The Americas. The  "Bricks and Colors" guided architectural walking tour includes visiting: city hallthe Department of Statethe San Juan Cathedral,formal jailsfounding site of second oldest city in the Western HemisphereCristo StreetThe route was designed to service:»  cruise ship passengers with limited hours at the San Juan port.»  be wheelchair and stroller friendly.»  travelers with low tolerance to heat.»  a short tour with lots of meaningful sites and information.»  parents with children whom are not interested in history.»  travelers with walking limitations.