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78 Awesome Photos Of Siargao Island

78 Awesome Photos Of Siargao Island

I spent a month on the island of Siargao, the Philippines with some of my best friends. We rented out on Airbnb for the whole month, which cost us only $230 each.

Each day we went on an adventure and tried to see as much of the island as we could. These are my favorite Siargao Island pictures we captured from our month of explorations on beautiful Siargao. Thanks to everyone who made it a blast!

Normally a gallery like this has 20-30 photos but Siargao… you are just too damn good and we had so many awesome memories. So, buckle up and enjoy! If you want to read my full guide about all of the things to do on Siargao Island, I wrote this huge travel guide to help you plan your trip.

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I spent 40 days living on Siargao and adventured to all of the well-known spots but also ventured a little further off the beaten path and explored some truly mind-blowing parts of Siargao and Sohoton! I’ve written a huge travel guide for Siargao but also several other helpful guides about the best sunsets, cliff jump spots. You can click on any of the guides below to head straight there. Enjoy Siargao!

30 Things to do on Siargao: The Bucket List

8 Awesome Sunset Spots on Siargao

6 Cliff Jumping Spots on Siargao

Where To Stay On Siargao


Tuesday 26th of March 2024

Correction on my previous comment: The Philippines has over 7,100 islands spread all over the country.


Tuesday 26th of March 2024

Correction on my ptevious comment: The Philippines has over 7,100+ islands spread all over the country.


Tuesday 26th of March 2024

Amazing sceneries in an island (Siargao) in the Philippines. Sadly enough loads of Filipinos do not come here. Travel culture is not inculcated in the minds of Filipinos in the Philippine; I mean, Filipinos do not travel within the coutry owing to poverty. They'd rather use the money for basic necessities such as food. basically. Travel IS a luxury to them. So sad that hundreds upon hundreds of Filipinos leave the country and go elsewhere basically to earn more money to sent sent to their families back home in their hometowns. I would say that the islands (over a thousand of them) in the country are "reserved" for foreigners as they are the ones bringing in income for the Philipppine government.


Wednesday 13th of April 2022

What a priceless experience! That photo standing on the palm tree is amazing! Great composition.

Wednesday 27th of February 2019

Truly lovely. It's like paradise. Thanks for the pictures.