A place to live your life
Siquijor is a fifth income class island province of the Philippines located in the Central Visayas as region. A small island that offers big surprises such as their white sand beaches, ancient old churches, amazing dive sites, beautiful waterfalls and other natural wonders.
Apo Island is 72-hectare with 200-meter high volcanic island for about 5 kilometers off in the municipality of Dauin. From there, you can also enjoy different spot to take a selfie such as five pocket beaches of white pebbles, two mangrove lagoons and a lighthouse.
Manjuyod White Sandbar
A 7-kilometer-long strip white sand beach in the middle of North Bais Bay, the Majuyod White SandBar. An ideal place for swimming and snorkelling. They also provide four cottages for the guests. The Majuyod is 58.2 kilometers from the city of Dumaguete, approximately 1:5 hours. The area is submerged during high tide.
Bais Dolphin Watching
Known as one of the most dolphin and whale watching operations in the country, the cruise depart from Port Capiñahan every 8:00 AM and travel over the Bay towards to Tañon Strait, the narrow channel between Negros and Cebu islands, recognized to have one of the biggest concentrations of aquatic mammal in the world.
The Mabinay’s claim to being the Cave Town of Negros Oriental for having over 400 caves honeycombing in the lower regions. Mabinay Cave is 87 kilometers northwest of Dumaguete City. It is mainly an upland town and the second to the last town before reaching the province of Negros Occidental.
Valencia Casaroro Falls
The falls elevation is at 715 feet above the sea level endows it with a cool climate. You can access the falls via three hundred concrete steps which descend into a beautiful site surrounded by steep rock walls where a single column of sparkling water plunges is almost a hundred feet into a chills swimming caldera.