San Juan de Capilay Lake Spring Park is located in San Juan, Siquijor and features a natural spring-fed swimming pool situated in the town proper.
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This is the ultimate Siquijor Island tour with 12 destinations in a day!
There are plenty of amazing things to explore in life that I don't wanna just sit back, relax and waste time doing nothing. Being a wanderer always brings me happiness and fulfillment because I get to explore a different side of me ??" the child within me that doesn't wanna grow up.
The progress of life is always rewarding. It does not have to be work, work, work but also life, life, life. There may be hard times but the pot of gold at the end of the tunnel always gratify oneself.
Siquijor Island is one of the places nearby that I long for and checking this item off my bucket list defini ...
Last September of this year,I went to the third smallest province in the country, Siquijor Island and jaunt for one whole day.Who could have thought that this town we always believe creepy and full of mysterious stuff is also a paradise. The town with an idyllic place. I was amazed when I saw their chasing waterfalls, beaches and churches.
07:00 AM: ETD ??" Dumaguete Port
08:00 AM: ETA- Siquijor Port
09:00 AM: ETA- Capilay Spring Park San Juan, Siquijor
10:00 AM: ETA- Enchanted Balete Tree and Fish Spa
11:00 AM: ETA- San Isidro Labrador Church and Convent
12:00 NN: ET ...
The mystical Siquijor Island has always been on the list for travel bugs. It's affordable, accessible, and you can buy love potions (joke!). The island has always been known for many as a place you don't want to mess with, given that there were hearsays about witchcraft and all but hey! Siquijor is a lot more than that!
Siquijor island is the 3rd smallest province in the Philippines. It was known as Isla del fuego (land of fire) because the island always has a mystical glow at night due to hundreds of fireflies swarming around trees.
There were a lot of things to do and a lot of places t ...
Siquijor's charm can be attributed not only to its pristine beaches but also to its laidback way of life and small-town feel. According to some of the locals I met during my visit, there are times during the year when the number of tourists in the island even exceeds the number of locals who actually reside here. There are several resorts and inns in the area catering to different types of travelers. As for things to do, there are actually a lot more than just beaches here.
Where to Stay in Siquijor: JJ's Backpacker Inn
I only stayed overnight in the island. And since I'd read good onlin ...
Siquijor Island Tour 2016.
- Capilay Spring Park
- Century Old Balete Tree
- Lazi Church
- Cambugahay Falls