The Siquijor Roundabout: Exploring The Mystic Island

A popular tourist activity in Siquijor is to do a road trip around the island. Popular stops include the Cambugahay Falls, Lazi Convent, and Balete Tree with Fish Spa in Lazi, Salagdoong Beach Resort in Maria, Triad Restaurant in Larena, and Capilay Spring Park and Lugnason Falls in San Juan.


Cantabon Cave

The Cantabon Cave is a frequently visited cave in Siquijor town. It is located in Barangay Cantabon, Siquijor town.

St. Francis of Assissi Church and Belfry

Upon entering the town of Siquijor from the Siquijor wharf, the St. Francis Church of Assissi and belfry greet tourists. It is one of the most visited churches in Siquijor owing to it's very accessible location.

The belfry

Infinity Resort

Infinity Resort

San Juan

Capilay Spring Park

The Capilay Spring Park at the heart of San Juan town is a public hot spring pool popular among locals and tourists alike.

Lugnason Falls

The Lugnason falls is located in Barangay Napo in San Juan town.


Balete Tree + Fish Spa

A spring flows from under a balete tree at Lazi town. Piit fish is raised in the pond and this place have become a popular fish spa among tourists.

Belete Tree and Fish Spa at Lazi
Fish spa in Lazi

Cambugahay Falls

Swinging from a vine and into the water is a must-do for tourists visiting Cambugahay Falls. For the braver souls, they can also jump off the waterfalls and into the pool below.
1st level of Cambugahay Falls
2nd level of Cambugahay Falls

St. Isidore Labrador Church and Lazi Convent

The Lazi church is another century-old church in Siquijor and is considered for inclusion in the UNESCO Heritage List. The Lazi Convent is considered the biggest convent in the Philippines and probably Asia.


Salagdoong Beach Resort

Cliff diving and sliding into the sea are popular activities at Salagdoong Beach Resort in Maria town. Many tourists also stop by for lunch here.

Salagdoong beach
Salagdoong cliff


Triad Restaurant

View from the Triad

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