Pacifico Beach is located south of Burgos, on Siargao Island in Surigao del Norte. The beach is a kilometer stretch of white sand beach drawn in a shallow shore facing the powerful left hand reef break.
Pacifico has the potential to become the alternative surfing destinations with its promising big reef breaks. As it lacked promotions, only few have known about the place and so it ...
is rarely crowded. Which for a peace-loving person like me, is very much welcome ambiance.
Pacifico Beach Surfing Siargao News
Pacifico Beach Siargao is a cruisey surf town with white sand beaches, tropical palm trees and A-class surf breaks on the north-eastern tip of Siargao Island. Make the drive away from the popular Siargao tourist spot, General Luna, and enjoy some peace and quiet among the tropical paradise of Pacifico Beach.
Back in Paradise!
The first time I've been to Siargao, I was in awe how laid back the vibe and the people were. Also, I was surprised how much beauty it offers aside from its famous waves. The place left a mark in my heart and maybe that's the reason why I keep on going back. It's like a summer fling I want to experience again and again.
Hello friends, this is a travel vlog from my trip to Siargao. I started this trip without any plans at all. But, one thing's for sure, I wanted to skip the touristy areas and look for places that the locals usually go to. Incredibly, I discovered Malinao and Pacifico. I hope you enjoy watching this vlog even if it does not have a story line because I was too busy having fun.
Spending four days in Siargao was one of the best and happy days of my 2018. It is a beautiful island with the coolest people on earth! No wonder people kept on coming back. My favorite spot was in Pacifico especially in the 'forbidden' tower. This is where you can see the BEST view in Siargao. And the best activity for me was the Sohoton Cove tour. Anyway, here's a sample itinerary that you can use while in Siargao. This was our itinerary and I know it's not perfect but I believe this will let you enjoy the island pretty well.
I want to touch every grain of sand and swim to every clear waters of the beach. I want to climb every coconut trees and see how breathtaking the island is from above. I want to run to random places and be lost and get sunburned. I want to say hello to every person I pass by and know their stories behind their smiles. I want to chase every sunrise and sunsets and sleep under the stars. And so I go.
Would you like to read a unique guide to unmissable nine waves you really need to surf on Siargao Island? Do you love huge, slabby barrels or waves with length of ride? Are you looking for beginner, improver or expert surfing spots? How about discovering a secret spot or two? Look no further than this insiders guide to the best the island can offer you in terms of surfing. Although there are myriad surf spots on Siargao, I think there are nine waves to die for: unmissable breaks that you really should surf before you die.