Siargao is a group of 48 islands located in the southern part of the Philippines, north-east of Mindanao. Famous as a surfing spot, also non surfers will enjoy the beauty of these islands. Philippines Guide explains you how to get there.
How to get to Siargao from Manila
- By plane
There are no direct flights from Manila to Siargao. From the International Airport of Manila you can take one of the many flights that daily reach Cebu City, and from there you can take the direct flight to Siargao.
As an alternative, you can take a plane to Surigao City (1 flight per day, at the time of this article). Once reached Surigao, you can go to Siargao by boat.
Please note: even if there are many naval connections between Surigao City and Siargao, the last boat sails at noon. So, if you get to Surigao by plane from Manila, probably you will have to spend the night in Surigao.
- By sea
You can get to Surigao City from Manila with a cruise ship. The journey takes about 30 hours. Once reached Surigao City, you will have to take another boat directed to Siargao.
How to get to Siargao from Cebu
- By plane
From the Mactan airport of Cebu City there are direct flights for Siargao.
- By sea
From the Pier 1 of Cebu City you can reach, by boat, Surigao City. The boat sails at 7 PM and get to Surigao at about 6 AM of the next morning. From Surigao City you can take one of the many boats that will bring you to the port of Siargao (DAPA)
How to get to Siargao from Davao
- By land
If you are in Davao, you can get to Surigao City by land, thanks to a bus service. The journey takes about 10 hours. From Surigao you will have to take a boat to Siargao.
The Sayak Airport of Siargao is located in the western part of the main island, in the municipality of Del Carmen, and it connects daily Siargao Islands with the International Airport of Cebu City.
Flights are managed by Cebgo, an airline owned by Cebu Pacific Air. At the moment of this article there are 2 flights daily between Cebu and Siargao.