Magpupungko Rock Pool is located near Pilar, Siargao, Surigao del Norte. The pool is perfect for swimming during low tides. You can relax on nearby Magpupungko Beach a few meters away.
The deepest part of the crystal clear natural saltwater Magpupungko Rock Pool is about 18 feet deep during low tide. In the background, you will have a great view of the waves crashing to the shore wh ...
ich creates a natural infinity pool.
Magpupungko Rock Pool and Flats Siargao News
How to get to Siargao Island:
- Take a plane from Metro Manila to Surigao City (i.e. Cebu Pacific).
- Charter a tricycle to Surigao Port.
- Take the public boat/ferry to Dapa Port (travel time: 2.5 ? 4 hours depending on sea condition).
- Alternatively, fly via Cebu Pacific or SkyJet from Metro Manila directly to Siargao Airport.
- If you are coming from the town of Socorro in Bucas Grande Island, there are available public boats that ply the Socorro Port-Dapa Port route (travel time: 1 - 1.5 hours).
Philippine Airlines launches their direct flights from Cebu to Siargao.
When we plan our holidays we often based it on what we feel. We either search for a relaxing white beach front hotels. or a great free diving spot, surfing camp, or most of the times now? a night life. Thus by far, SIARGAO has it all. Travelling here offers a place for both extremist surfers and lounging in front of the sunset view type of persons. It's a perfect place to visit either with your love one, your squad or just alone. Here are the places and things you must experienced in Siargao:
A couple of Saturdays ago, Lia told me it saddens her that her skin has turned significantly darker. "Ang itim ko na. Mas maganda ako kung maputi ako," she lamented repeatedly.
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:
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 ...