The mere mention of Siargao Island connotes images of surfing. Indeed this surfing mecca in Mindanao is hailed as one of the best in the country. Throngs of Aussie, New Zealander and European surfers visit Siargao as one of the world’s top surf spots.
Walk on the long wooden bridge and watch the adrenaline junkies surf the big 9-shaped waves! The Siargao Cup is an international surfing event that happens in late September or early October. So if you’re a surfing enthusiast, plan your trip so you don’t miss this.
Siargao is not all about surfing. It’s also well known for game fishing. In fact, a game fishing event is held every summer. The coast abounds with tuna, mackerel, marlin, and even crabs, squid, octopus and sting rays.
Siargao is also home to some of the postcard-perfect islands in the country. This pretty, postcard perfect islands is named such because it has no luxury trappings or even the typical coconut trees.
Considered as the fairest of them all. This almost unknown island has powdery white sand hugged by gorgeous aquamarine waters. Unlike Naked Island, Daku is dotted with coconut trees.
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