Siquijor Islands Philippines
Siquijor Tourism Destinations
Siquijor's distinctive natural marine attractions range from dive sites, rich marine life and extensive mangroves to white sandy beaches and bays. Natural inland attractions include waterfalls, flowing springs, tree parks and caves - most of which are unexplored.
Numerous white sand and beaches make up most of Siquijor Island's shoreline. Additional Siquijor's coast is lined with magroves, coral, fishes and other water life, which makes it an excellent attraction for diving enthusiasts.
Being a traditional marriage ritual the Solili Dances serves as one of the highlieghts of the week-long Siquijor
Charter Day celebration.
Capilay spring is natural spring converted into a swimming pool situated in the town of San Juan. Many Locals use it cold water for a swim or enjoy the shade of the spring park for a picnic.
Being the most famous of Siquijor's over 45 caves, Cantabon cave's long, winding and difficult trek is both a challenge and a delight to any spelunker. Inside the cave a subterranean stream and beautiful stalactites and stalagmites abound the cave's huge chambers.
Because of its eerie outline created by hundreds of roots and vines hanging down, the tree is believed to be enchanted.
This preserved rainforest is home ti numerous and divrese endemic fuana and flora and several caves and natural springs. Other attractions include a shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes and The Way of the Cross up to the top of the mountain.
Being the biggest of the several marine sanctuaries, Tulapos Marine Sanctuary abundant species of fish, corals and other underwater life. A two-storey mangrove tree house provides a vast view over the sea and the shoreline.
Cambugahay Falls is the only enchanted falls in the Island. See its several levels of waterfalls and enjoy its cool and refreshing waters. Secluded and relatively unexplored, the waterfalls surely invite trekkers for a refreshing dip.
Constructed by the spaniards in 1884 the Lazi Convent is assumed to be the biggest and the oldest in whole Asia. It is believed to have been the vacation house for the Diocese's priest at that time.