7 AWESOME Siargao Tours You Must Try In 2023


Looking for the best tours in Siargao?

There are a number of Siargao Tours that I highly recommend doing to make the most of your time on this epic island.

Siargao Island offers a mecca of adventure activities such as island hopping, lagoon tours, rock pools, beach hopping, palm tree swings, wakeboarding, and many more fantastic things not to be missed!

In this post, I have put together the ultimate list of 7 Awesome Siargao Tours including where to book, how much they cost, and what to expect!

Also, at the bottom of this guide, I have included some useful information on where to stay in Siargao, how to get around,  and the best time to visit.

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Spend the day island hopping between three tropical islands known as Naked Island, Daku Island, and Guyam Island, just a short boat trip off the coast of General Luna in Siargao.

In this Siargao tour package, you’ll get to visit these three epic islands that are surrounded by white sands, turquoise waters, and tall coconut trees. There will be enough time to relax and unwind on these beautiful beaches and you’ll also get plenty of time to swim and explore the area.

All this for less than $20 USD.

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Siargao Island Hopping


The Siargao Land Tour is the best way to see the Siargao hotspots in one day. This is the best Siargao tour package you can find which is an adventure-filled day across the island.

Visit the Coconut Tree Viewpoint in the morning, followed by the famous rope swing at the Maasin River which has become a hot spot in Siargao and a great spot for an Instagram shot.

After that, the tour continues to Magpupungko Rock Pools where you’ll be able to go for a dip in the clear blue waters and grab a bite to eat for lunch.

And last, but not least on this Siargao Island tour is a boat trip over to Sugba Lagoon for some stand-up paddleboarding and diving boards.

All this for less than $30 USD.

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Coconut Tree Viewpoint – Siargao Tours


Sohoton Cove is a must-visit place during your visit to Siargao. This particular Siargao tour package includes a full day of island hopping to Sohoton Cove, Naked Island, Daku Island, and Guyam Island, with lunch.

These islands are one of Siargao’s most picturesque and popular spots. You’ll be able to enjoy the turquoise waters, white beaches and cliff jumps on this Sohoton Cove tour.

All this for less than $45 USD.

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Sohoton Cove


Sugba Lagoon offers an unforgettable experience at one of the bluest lagoons you will ever see! This Siargao tour package includes a full day of island hopping to Sugba Lagoon, Kawhagan Island, and Pamomoan Island, with lunch.

The famous Sugba Lagoon is well known for its turquoise water surrounded by the beautiful Carmen Mangrove Reserve. At this spot, you can do all sorts of different aquatic activities or even go cliff jumping.

On Kawhagan Island and Pamomoan Island, you’ll get to enjoy the white sand beach surrounded by azure waters that are guaranteed to give you that tropical beach feeling.

One of the top-rated Siargao tours for less than $20 USD.

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Sugba Lagoon


On this Siargao tour, you will get to experience Corregidor, Daku Guyam, and Naked Islands all in one day.

Corregidor Island is a dreamy tropical paradise just off the coast of General Luna in Siargao. You’ll be able to explore the grassy hills and colorful coral reefs on Corregidor Island.

The other three islands are a perfect spot to explore and relax in absolute paradise. For many visitors, this is one of the best Siargao tours to try and I guarantee it will be a highlight during your visit.

All this for less than $40 USD.

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Corregidor Island


When you are in the Philippines riding in a Jeepney is a must! While on the island, one of the best Siargao tours is the Jeepney Land Tour which will take you to some hidden gems around the island.

Your adventurous day will start at the Sugba Lagoon which is known for its large and impressive mangrove system. You’ll be able to explore the mangroves further by renting a kayak or a SUP.

After that, this Siargao tour will bring you to a secret waterfall where you are likely to meet the local kids playing around.

The next stop is the small town called Burgos which is also known as ‘Little Hawaii’ of Siargao because of its stunning scenery of large palm trees and unique and empty surf breaks.

The rest of the day you’ll take off-the-beaten tracks through Pacifico and the Palm Tree Rope Swim with a perfect sunset ending above the Sea of Palm Trees.

All this for less than $30 USD.

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Rope Swing


Siargao is one of the best places in the Philippines to try wakeboarding. The wake park in Siargao is suited for beginners and advanced wakeboarders.

An English-speaking instructor will help you to make sure that you are ready for take-off along the manmade 100-meter lake. There are also a couple of jumps around the wake park for the more advanced people out there.

A usual wakeboarding session goes for around 90 minutes. For those of you that aren’t adrenaline junkies, you’ll also be able to wait and enjoy the scenery of the lake from a Kubo right next to the water.

All this for less than $20 USD.

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The easiest and best way to get to Siargao Island is by plane.

Domestic flights to Siargao from Manila or Cebu are available on a daily basis and they arrive at Siargao’s only airport in Del Carmen.

From the airport in Del Carmen to the main tourist hub on the island, General Luna, it’s approximately a 1-hour drive and the cost of the shuttle is around 500 pesos. 




Siargao Island is a year-round destination although the peak tourist season is in the dry season which is between the months of March and October.

The off-peak season is during the wet season which is generally between November and February. This is when there are likely to be fewer tourists.

For surfers visiting Siargao Island, the best months for surfing is during the swell season which is August through to November.


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The best way to get around the island is on a scooter. The cost for a scooter rental is around 300-400 pesos per day, or for a monthly rental, you’ll get a cheaper rate of 200-300 pesos per day.

Most accommodations will be more than happy to help you organize a scooter rental for the time you plan to spend on Siargao Island.

Petrol can be found on the side of the road out the front of small local houses/businesses in the majority of the main villages on Siargao. Petrol is sold in 1-liter glass bottles for 60 pesos per bottle.

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General Luna is the place to be when searching for the best places to stay in Siargao!

There are hundreds of accommodation options to choose from, so I have narrowed it down to a few of the best places to stay to fit the needs of luxury, mid-range, and budget travelers.


Nay Palad Hideaway offers the most luxurious, all-inclusive island resort that you may be seeking, with choices of a sea view room, a garden view room, or a luxurious villa.

Features include an outdoor swimming pool, a private palm tree-fringed beach, an in-house restaurant, a games room with billiards and table tennis, and more!

Guests can also make use of the complimentary paddleboards, surfboards, kayaks, and bicycles, and even jump on board an island-hopping tour.



Ferra Resort Siargao is popular among most travelers visiting the island due to the prime beachfront location at an affordable price!

Features include well-kept gardens, a private beach area, and BBQ facilities, and all beachside bungalows have air conditioning and a balcony.

It’s the perfect place to stay for couples, friends, or families on a mid-range budget.



Mad Monkey is the most popular hostel in Siargao, centrally located in General Luna. It’s just a 7-minute walk from the famous Cloud 9 surf break and other nearby attractions.

The hostel features a tiki-themed bar, a restaurant, and a swimming pool, and the dorm rooms have air conditioning and free Wi-Fi for all guests.

For backpackers, solo travelers, and surfers on a budget, this is the place for you!


For More Options, See My Complete Guide On Where To Stay In Siargao


When visiting Siargao, here is a list of items I highly recommend bringing with you:

Must-Have Travel Essentials

Hidden Money Wallet

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Reusable Water Bottle

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Travel Backpack

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Quick-Dry Travel Towel

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The most compact, lightweight, and quick-dry towel for traveling!

Portable PowerBank

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Keep your phone, laptop, and accessories charged while you’re on the go with the Anker PowerBank!

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2 thoughts on “7 AWESOME Siargao Tours You Must Try In 2023”

  1. Hi Jonny,

    First of all…thanks for all the information on your site…very helpfull!

    In 2020 we planned our second trip to the Philippines…Siargao, Bohol and Cebu!
    But, like everybody…we had to cancel everything!

    Now, we’re planning again for April 2023!

    But, we have some serious doubts…how is the situation at the moment?
    We love the article above…it was all in our planning in 2020. But what has survived the horrible thyhoon? Is it wotyh visiting all these places, do they still excist?

    Have you been to Siargao recently, after the typhoon?

    Thanks for all the information!

    Kind regards from Belgium!

    • Hi Chris, I have not been to Siargao since 2019 so I am unsure of the aftermath of the typhoon. I would suggest reaching out to some local Siargao pages on facebook and Instagram to get an inside scoop. Sorry I cannot be of any further help. I hope you have a great Siargao tour!


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