Welcome To Siquijor

Siquijor has magic. Lots of it.

Mystical island paradise of Siquijor, also known as “The Island of Fire” which refers to the eerie luminescence produced by swarms of fireflies nestled among the foliage of molave trees. A 50 minutes fast ferry trip from Dumaguete takes you direct to the capital town of Siquijor.

Known for its scenic beauty and archaic churches, Siquijor is also blessed with natural and historical attractions. Its unspoiled environment and the warm hospitality of its people never fail to beckon visitors from all over. The serenity of the whole province makes it ideal for a perfect getaway.

To say that Siquijor is the most bewitching island in the country is stating the very obvious. This mystic land of fire is not only famous for magic potions, sorcerers, and witches. It’s also famous for it’s white sand beaches, entrancing waterfalls, fascinating caves, and centuries-old churches.

Things To Do

Salagdoong Beach Resort
Siquijor Marine Reserve
St. Francis of Assisi Church and Bell Tower
Cambugahay Falls 
Lugnason Falls San Juan 
Old Enchanted Balete Tree 
Cantabon Cave 
Siquijor Butterfly Sanctuary 
Tubod Marine Sanctuary 
Paliton Beach 
Salagdoong Beach 
St Isidore de Labrador Church 
Lazi Convent Lazi 
Scuba & Snorkeling
Kagusuan Beach 
Marelle’s Underwater World Museum San Juan 
Guiwanon Spring Park 
Salagdoong Forest Reserve 
Capilay Spring Park San Juan 
Mt. Bandilaan National Park 
Kanheron Ranch Siquijor 
St Francis de Assisi Church 
Sea Shell Museum and Souvenir Shop Siquijor 
Maria Bay Siquijor 
Maite Narine Sanctuary San Juan 
Tulapos Marine Sanctuary 
Hambilica Firefly Hatchery And Sanctuary San Juan 
Cang-Isok House 
Caticugan Marine Sanctuary 
Maria Church Siquijor 

How To Get There

AIR – Not applicable. 
LAND – Not applicable. 
SEA – Travel to Siquijor by fast craft from Cebu (5 hours) or Dumaguete (45 minutes).

Note: The island has two main sea ports, though: one in Siquijor (the town) and the other in Larena. Choose the one near your resort or hotel