Cambugahay Falls are located in Tigbawan, Lazi, Siquijor. Visitors may choose from either a river or forest trek to get to the waterfalls. Secluded and relatively underexplored, the waterfalls beckon trekkers for a refreshing dip.
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Siquijor Island Travel Guide Philippines is a small island in Visayas. Siquijor Island or Isla del Fuego as the Spanish named it, due to the intensity of fire flies lies some 22 km east of Southern Negros.
Siquijor Island in the Philippines is one island that I have been looking at photos of on Instagram for years! I'm so glad to have made it, and even thought I was only there for a short time I wanted to make sure I got to explore everything I could. Take this as a travel guide, or a story of my time, or just a fun 12 minute break from your day. I hope you enjoy!
Ang kaniadtong gikahadlukan tungod sa mistiko nga tradisyon sa pagpanambal, karon gidumog na sa mga turista tungod sa nindot nga mga suroyanan.
Kini ang silingan nga lalawigan sa Sugbo, ang Siquijor.
Nahimutang 128 kilometros gikan sa dakbayan sa Sugbo, mamahimong mubisita sa isla sa pipila ka pamaagi.
Gikan sa Cebu South Bus Terminal, mamahimong musakay og bus padung sa Liloan Port sa lungsod sa Santander diin adunay fascraft nga nagbiyahean padung sa Sibulan, Negros Oriental.
Gikan sa Sibulan, adunay mga jeep ug traysikol nga pwede sakyan padung sa pantalan sa Dumaguete City ug d ...
Went to Dumaguete to see the Manjuyod Sand Bar for half a day.
Went straight to Siquijor afterwards. Gathered some quick footages and cut them right away compressing them on a 1 min video.
Siquijor is also well known for its festivals that focus on healing rituals where incantations are sung while the old folks make potions out of herbs, roots, insects and tree barks.
Paliton Beach Coconut Grove: It doesn't come as a surprise to find that Coconut Grove was exactly that. Paliton beach is short and has a small shoreline, but the coconut grove provides a certain charm to an otherwise unremarkable beach. While the small beach of Paliton had fine white sand, it was littered with seaweed. No one seems to be maintaining it, which is probably why there's no entrance fee.