Sagisi Beach

Surigao City, Surigao del Norte

Sagisi Beach is located on Sagisi Island near Surigao City, Surigao del Norte. A stretch of white sand beach, deep blue sea waters and cool shade provided by its lofty coconut trees. It is a place to relax and enjoy the sun, sand and sea. Situated in front of Barangay San Jose, Surigao City and can be reached by a pumpboat from the city within 45 minutes.

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  • Experience the Cradle of Sagisi Beach

    Experience the Cradle of Sagisi Beach

    When thinking of spending a holiday what comes first to our mind is the beauty of the beach. Many of us love to swim in a clean and crystal clear water of the ocean. We do really like to experience and feel of how great it is in the company of a warm and cold ocean wherein we can sense wonderfully the sea-water as it embraces with our body. What I am going to introduce to you is a place that can satisfy the wanting of our mind.

    Sagisi Beach ??"is a small island of white sand beach and deep blue sea-waters. The shade from the superior coconut trees is readily available to caress your body. I ...

  • 2 Unspoiled and Tranquil White Beaches in Surigao City That Are Worthy of Visit

    2 Unspoiled and Tranquil White Beaches in Surigao City That Are Worthy of Visit

    Do you want to spend your weekend in some kind of relaxation in unspoiled and tranquil white beaches after a long hours of work in the office Are you tired of the hassles of city life and you want something new that are away from the usual daily routine Then try to visit the white beaches in Surigao city, Surigao del Norte, Philippines.

    Sibale Beach, Barangay Zaragoza - it is a two kilometer stretch of white sand beach which is truly adorable and it is fringed with tall coconut trees and verdant vegetation. It is endowed with vast beauty of natural world and the sea is very much ideal for s ...

  • Cloud 9 in Siargao

    Cloud 9 in Siargao

    Siargao Island is situated 800 kilometers southeast of Manila in the province of Surigao del Norte. It is a tear-drop shaped island in the Philippine Sea with a land area of approximately 437 square kilometers.

    Siargao Island has the largest mangrove fores reserves in Mindanao, at Del Carmen. It has a potential sea weeds propagation indicated by its long stretches of wetlands. Uninterrupted winds and current from the Pacific Ocean greatly influence Siargao Island. It is further intensified by the Mindanao current running westward through the Siargao straight

    Siargao Island is composed o ...

  • Surigao City

    Surigao City

    This city known is to be the Land of Peace and the capital of Surigao del Norte. Surigao city is a part of the province located in the northeastern Mindanao area. The place is also blessed with wonderful natural resources and picturesque spots like beaches, mangrove forest, caves, lagoons, waterfalls and many more. Its socio-political solidity is one of the province's unsurpassed and unsullied qualities.

    Found on the northern point of Mindanao, Surigao City makes a perfect destination for tourists and travelers as well as a nice site for booming businesses. It is composed of 54 barangays, ...

  • Sagisi Island Review

    Sagisi Island Review

    Sagisi is an uninhabited island resort with a two-kilometer shoreline of cream colored sand generously sprinkled with seashells and coral fragments.

    Close to the shore under crystal clear waters is a shallow strip of coral reef teeming with colorful fishes. This underwater garden holds a variety of marine life in red, gold, blue, pink, lavender and other rich colors. Easily recognizable are the hump corals, staghorn corals, fire corals and mushroom collars. There are also sponges, star fishes, crabs, sea urchins and harmless jelly fishes.

    Best of all, this lovely underwater garden is onl ...

  • Surigao


    Not many people have heard of Surigao. Nonetheless, the number of local and foreign tourists who troop to the city is steadily increasing every year. Its sites and attractions remain to be one of the best kept secrets where unspoiled islands and beach hideaways are concerned. Still, enthusiastic endorsements by word-of-mouth have already reached as far as the U.S., France, Germany, England, Australia and Japan.

    Many foreign tourists who have gone there have heard of Surigao only through friends. Most are regulars who frequent the beaches yearly, staying for weeks, months even, on each visit ...