.An adventure you will not forget!!


How to Get here

     Fly to Cebu, taxies are available from the airport to the pier in Cebu. Direct flight link Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, and Korea with the international Airport.
     From Cebu you may take the fast ferries, Supercat or Ocean Jet directly to Larena, Siquijor.
      Fly to  Manila from most major Locations in the World. In Manila there are domestic flights to Dumaguete City.
     From Dumaguete City there are several ferries and other boats among them the Delta fast ferry, Jaylann and Island Cruiser serving the Dumaguete-Siquijor route with the multiple trips daily. The smaller Lloyd serves the route between Tambisan  and Dumaguete daily.
      From the pier in Larena or Siquijor you can hire a jeepny, easy ride, or tricycle. For pick up services please  arrange in advance by phone or E-mail.

Siquijor Island according to the Legend emerged from the sea with the skies filled with Lightning the ground Shuddering, the seas raging these churning waters parted and from the ocean's depth was born the Island of Siquijor.

If Adventure travel is what you long for, and you have been searching for travel to places that are real, authentic and amazing, someplace magical, exotic then welcome to paradise visit Siquijor Island.

IMAGINE you are surrounded by a stunning display for natural beauty. Where blue sky meet blue water against long stretches of unspoiled beaches clear water evenings aflame with sunsets moonlight sky filled with millions of brilliant stars where mystical waterfalls, stunning beaches, unexplored caves, native markets with wonderful people and wide-eyed children all amidst places of great natural beauty. Your Siquijor experience will be beyond your wildest imagination. This is an Island you will not see or organized tours, prepare your self for entering a different world, the perfect place for secluded thought of a lifelong memories of a tropical paradise most people will never see.

Siquijor is an island 30 km, Southeast of Negros Oriental. In the Central part of the Philippines. Legends tell of a King Kihod as the source of the island's name. Old residents called the island Katugasan after the "Tugas" ( Molave Tree) which forested most of the island. Such was the density of the tugas growth  that at night thousand of fireflies would cluster on the trees, their sparkling lights earning for the island the Spanish name, "Isla del Fuego" or Island of Fire.

To the People of Siquijor,
Many thanks for your amazing hospitality. Siquijor is an absolutely beautiful place. Full of the friendliest people you will come across. Everyone was just so nice. And because the island is relatively small, it makes it very easy to travel around. I will definitely be back! Thanks again.
Gavan Kelly
Dublin, Ireland

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