Salagdoong Beach, Siquijor: A Complete Backpackers Guide

Salagdoong Beach
Salagdoong Beach is a prominent beach destination in Siquijor, so expect tourists. I can't deny that this beach has crystal clear waters with a fine white sand shoreline but there are sharp stones and corals. Want a more thrilling experience? This beach has two cliff jump stations that you can try. The ambiance in the area is relaxing because of the man-made landscape which is also picture-perfect. Your day will be ended with a stunning sunset with the cool sea breeze blowing.

Backpacking Guide: Rates, History, Description, and Entrance Fee

Planning for a weekend getaway? That's not a problem, there are cottages, restaurants and rooms for your family and friends. By the way, Before reaching this gorgeous place, you will be passing by the beautiful Molave forest.

CONTACT PERSON: The main tourist spots and destinations in the province are accessible via a habal-habal. At Valencia jeepney terminal, I met Kuya Leo, a habal-habal driver who brought me to these stunning places. You can contact him on Ph: 09354434400.

WHERE TO STAY IN SIQUIJOR: One of the cheapest backpackers' hostels is Tori's Backpackers Paradise. I paid 350 pesos per night for a dormitory-type room. You can contact them on Ph: 09663296863, 09071326666 or search them on Facebook.

Location and How to Get Here:

From Manila, you can either take a flight to Dumaguete, Negros Oriental or Tagbilaran, Bohol. I highly recommend Manila to Dumaguete Airport because it's cheaper. From Dumaguete Airport, charter a tricycle to Dumaguete Port. Then, a fastcraft ferry. If in Tagbilaran, you need to ride on the shuttle to Island City Mall (ICM) then charter a trike to the port. Ride a ferry. In Siquijor Port, charter a habal-habal to the tourist destinations.