Siquijor has plenty of picturesque and memorable places worth sharing on your social media account. Many of Siquijor’s tourist spots are very accessible and are close to one another. Thus, you can visit several places in just one day. 

 

If you are looking for fantastic places where you can take new display pictures or souvenir photos, we recommend going to these places:

1. Francis of Assisi Parish

This century-old church is just a stone’s throw away from the Siquijor Port and is one of the first attractions you will see as you board the island. The church also features a lush garden and a nearby bell tower. 

 

2. Salagdoong Beach Cliff Jumping Spot

Salagdoong Beach is famous for its powdery white sand and turquoise waters. You can also do a lot of water activities here, such as kayaking and snorkeling. If you want to take a great photo of this beach, go to the cliff jumping spot, which gives you a great view of the nearby sea. 

 

3. Old Balete Tree

This balete tree in Campalanas in Lazi is believed to be 400 years old. It is also the oldest and most massive tree on the island. A man-made pool sits at the bottom of the tree’s roots, where a school of small fishes often swim. 

 

4. Cambugahay Falls

Cambugahay Falls features three-level waterfalls with a large pool at the lowest level. People go here not only to swim but also to cliff dive or use swings to launch themselves into the water. You can also take photos on top of a bamboo raft. 

 

5. Larena Triad Restaurant 

If you want a good view of the island and its coastline, head over to this resto on top of the mountain. They have a unique al fresco dining area that features a dome shaped-roof. You can also use their view deck to take selfies or groupies. 

 

How to Create a Fun-Filled Itinerary When You Visit Siquijor

If you only have a day or two to visit Siquijor, you must check the travel time between the places you want to visit. You can also get one of our tour packages, so you won’t have to worry about transportation and accommodation. 

 

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Gleacy March 20, 2023 Cultural Travel no responses

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