Daku Island

General Luna, Surigao del Norte

Daku Island is located a short pump boat ride away from General Luna on Siargao Island in Surigao del Norte.

Daku Island has powdery white sand hugged by gorgeous aquamarine waters. Unlike Naked Island, Daku is dotted with coconut trees. If you plan to stay overnight, head to Guyam Island, a local favorite.

Daku Island is also one of the boundaries of the General Luna ...

Marine Sanctuary is 200-hectare marine sanctuary located adjacent to the three islands of Guyam, Daku and Naked Island.

Aside from putting buoys for the buffer areas, Rusillon said they will submerge artificial reefs and will put up a floating tourist lounge that would also serve as a guardhouse.

Guyam Island is a tear-drop shaped island in the Philippine Sea situated 780 kilometres southeast of Manila in the province of Surigao del Norte. It is around 2 kilometers south-southeast of General Luna municipality.

Daku Island Siargao News

  • Secret Sanctuary In Siargao

    Secret Sanctuary In Siargao

    Is there a cure for a weekend hangover from the laid back vibes of Siargao? There are various of activities to try while you are in Siargao. Most people love to surf in the morning, explore the jungle, roam around with your motor bike, party in the evening and it doesn't matter whether I do it repeatedly believe me. I guess that's the best feeling when you are in vacation, signed off to all socia medias and go out there try all the things you love to do. Among all these things, island hopping is still one of the best activities to seized the beauty of Siargao.

  • Siargao Beyond Surfing

    Siargao Beyond Surfing

    Siargao gained its popularity in surfing and some people would skip it just because they don't surf. But there's more to Siargao than just the famous Cloud 9. If you don't want to surf or have already had enough bumps and bruises from riding the waves, then here are some fun activities for you:

  • Siargao The Next Tourist Paradise

    Siargao The Next Tourist Paradise

    A tear-shaped island off the coast of Surigao del Norte, Siargao Island is slowly becoming the country's newest sought after paradise.

    Home to year-round barreling waves, rock formations, abundant sand bars, lush coconut groves and mangrove forests, Siargao has captivated both local and foreign visitors.

    Dubbed as the surfing mecca of the Philippines, advanced surfers have flocked to Siargao to experience Cloud 9 waves thick hollow tubes and, roaring speed and height. The island also has several other waves and beaches that beginners can experience. The locals have also called the surfin ...

  • Island Hoping - Tri Island At Siargao (Naked, Daco, Guyam)

    Our day two of our siargao travel exploring the tri island, naked, daco, and guyam island. Meeting new friends and experiencing the beauty of these islands. The Naked island is called naked because in the island you can't find a shade or a tree it is merely an island of white sand. The Daco island named because of the three island this island is the bigger one, Dako in surigaonon means big. Lastly, the Guyam island, from their local dialect Guyam means little. These islands has their unique beauty and you cannot keep from falling in love with them. Later that day, we change our location and w ...

  • PQ - 3 Days In Siargao

    Siargao may be famous for its surfing, but there's more to this little island paradise than meets the eye. Here's my 2nd travel video of my 3 day trip to Siargao, Philippines.

  • Siargao 4-Day Solo Trip Itinerary For Non-Surfers

    Siargao 4-Day Solo Trip Itinerary For Non-Surfers

    Finally, I was able to visit Siargao Island during my field break last week. I have always wanted to see the island long before it became so popular because of the movie by Dir. Paul Soriano. My first attempt to visit the island was two years ago for my birthday. I was planning to go there right after my fieldwork in Nonoc Island in Surigao City. I have already submitted my travel documents for my field work. Unfortunately, days before leaving, our president saw me at the office and gave me a special assignment which meant me staying in Manila for a very long time. I had no choice but to cance ...