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Siquijor Travel Guide, 3 Days and 2 Nights Itinerary and Expense




Siquijor Travel Guide, 3 Days and 2 Nights Itinerary and Expense
Time
Expense Total
Expense Per Pax
Day 1
8:00AM - 9:15AM Airfare Manila - Dumaguete and vice versa                      2,795.00                      1,397.50
9:15AM - 9:45AM Dumaguete Airport to City proper                          120.00                            60.00
9:45AM - 10:45AM Breakfast at Sans Rival                          250.00                          125.00
11:00AM - 1:00PM Dumaguete Port to Siquijor Port                          175.00                          175.00
Terminal Fee                            25.00                            25.00
1:00PM - 1:30PM Siquijor Port to Tori's Backpacker's Paradise                          200.00                          100.00
1:30PM Check in at Tori's Backpacker's Inn                      1,000.00                          500.00
2:00PM - 3:00PM Late Lunch                          180.00                            90.00
3:00PM - Onwards Free time / R&R                                   -                                     -  
Day 2
6:00AM - 4:00PM Tour                      1,000.00                          500.00
Enchanted Balete Tree and Fish Spa                                   -                                     -  
San Isidro Labrador Church in Lazi Siquijor                                   -                                     -  
San Isidro Labrador Convent                                   -                                     -  
Cambugahay Falls (20Php Parking fee for trycicles)                            20.00                            10.00
Breakfast/Lunch (Including the driver)                          545.00                          273.00
Salagdoong Beach (40Php Parking fee for trycicles)                            40.00                            20.00
Tulapas Marine Santuary                                   -                                     -  
St. Francis of Assisi Church                                   -                                     -  
Capilay Spring Park                                   -                                     -  
Pasalubong Center                          200.00                          200.00
4:00PM - 4:30PM Snacks                            92.00                            46.00
5:30PM - 6:30PM Sunset Viewing at San Juan Beach with Beer :)                          120.00                            60.00
7:30PM - 8:00PM Dinner                          220.00                          110.00
Day 3
7:00AM - 7:30AM Breakfast                          120.00                            60.00
7:30AM - 8:00AM Tori's Backpacker's Paradise to Siquijor Port                          200.00                          100.00
8:30AM - 10:15AM Siquijor to Dumaguete                          400.00                          200.00
10:30AM - 10:45AM Siquijor Port to Café Antonio                            18.00                               9.00
10:45AM - 12:30PM Lunch at Café Antonio                          395.00                          197.50
1:00PM - 2:30PM Pasalubong at Sans Rival                      1,060.00                          530.00
2:30PM - 3:00PM San's Rival to Airport                          200.00                          100.00
Airport Terminal Fee                          300.00                          150.00
Total                      5,038.00
***Please note that the time listed were not the actual time instead it’s the closest estimated time.

Places to visit which are accessible via tricycle tour.


Churches: San Isidro Labrador Church, San Isidro Labrador Convent, St. Augustine Church, Our Lady of Devine Providence, St. Vicente De Ferrer Bell Tower, San Francis of Assisi Church
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Beaches: Siquijor, San Juan, Kagusuan, Salagdoong
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Caves: Cantabon Cave (Restricted to tricycles as of Nov. 2014 – ask tourism office for updates.)

Falls: Cabugahay Falls
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Others: Enchanted Balete Tree, Capilay Spring Park, Tulapos Marine Sanctuary, Guiwanon Spring Park
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How to Get There: (Via Manila - Dumaguete - Siquijor and Manila - Cebu - Siquijor)


Provincial Tourism and Important Contacts


Mode of Transportation: There were tricycles and multicabs for inland public transport. For touring, you may avail of the tour from the hotels and travel agencies, you may also rent a tricycle for a day and rates will depend on the number of spots you want to visit, or rent a motorbike which is 300.00-350.00/day and you pay for the + gas. Motorbike is the best option for those who has a drivers  license and know how to drive because spots there are many places to see that are not accessible with tricycles.
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5 comments:

  1. Amazing place! I am planning to go to Siquijor alone and a bit nervous! Thank you for this very helpful post.

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    1. wow! its going to be exciting :) enjoy!

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  2. Thanks for this informative post! Planning to stay there for 3D2N soon as well. May I know if accessibility to restaurants/convenience stores in the San Juan area won't be a problem? Are they walkable from each other or is there quite a distance that I would have to hail a ride? I'm a bit concerned on how to go about at night. Thank you!

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  4. These blog sites became my guide in my DIY tour of Siquijor. But there was hardly any mention of warning for reports of theft at different tour sites in the island, especially at Cambugahay falls. I never thought I would fall prey to thieves while eating famous breads at Lilibeth's Pan de Bisaya at Larena. So keep your eyes on your valuables. You're not anymore at Dumaguete.

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