Explore Siquijor with this adventure tour.
Highlights of this Tour:
Old Balete Tree
Your first stop is visiting the 4 century year old Balete Tree (or Banyan Tree) in the Philippines. Locals believe that this tree is inhabited by other spirits. The tree provides water to supply the village.
St. Isidore Church and Convent
Built by Spanish priest in 1884 in Lazi, it is the biggest and among the oldest convents in Asia and recognized as a National Historical Landmark.
A three level waterfalls with refreshing water perfect for swimming.
Note: Bring a sarong or throw-over clothing as there is no change room at the falls.
The most famous cave on the island. Inside the cave runs the subterranean stream while beautiful stalactites and stalagmites (icicle-shaped formations) hang from the ceiling of a cave’s chamber.
St. Francis of Assisi Church and Bell Tower
Located in Siquijor town, this is the first church you will see when arriving from Siquijor Pier. This is the first Parish Church on the island and was built in 1783.
San Juan de Capilay Lake
The nature spring water that flows through Capilay Lake serves as the local’s picnic area on most weekends.
Number of People: This day tour run with a maximum of 8 people per vehicle.
How long is the tour: Approx. 5 hours (extension available)
What should I bring: Swimsuit, a hat, and a smile. Sarong or throw-over clothing as some locations do not have change rooms. Please bring your own towels. Bring a flashlight and be in sports attire when visiting the cave. Sports shoes or booties are advisable.
When Is It: The best time to go is during the months of November to May
Where Is It: Traveling around Siquijor.
Tour Inclusions: Transportation and friendly driver. Does not include entrance fees. Tour guide and/or packed lunch available at an additional fee.
|Depart the resort and explore the Old Balete Tree. Then visit St. Isidore Church and Convent
|Lunch in Cambugahay Waterfalls. Then visit the Butterfly Farm, Mt. Bandilaan and Cantabon Cave
|Visit St. Francis of Assisi Church and the Old Bell Tower in Siquijor Town
|Arrive back to the resort
Page last updated: February 20, 2021
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