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    Siquijor Beach Resorts

    Visited by Tutubi for a mere three hours when he hopped on a ferry in Dumguete bound to the mystic island of Siquijor. Due to very limited time, he and his companion checked immediately the return trips of ferries to Dumaguete to catch the event in the afternoon.

    Herewith is a list of beach resorts in Siquijor for your information:

    Blue Wave Beach Resort

    Casa de la Playa Beach Resort
    Sandugan, Siquijor
    Tel. No.: +63.35.484.1170

    Charisma Beach Resort
    Solangon, San Juan
    Tel. +63.35.4815033

    Coco Grove Beach Resort
    Tubod, San Juan
    Tel. +63.35.481.5008
    Fax: +63.35.481.5006

    Coral Cay Resort & Dive Shop
    Solangon, San Juan, Siquijor
    Tel. +63.35.481.5024

    Dondeezco Beach Resort
    Dumanhog, Siquijor
    Remarks: Visited by Tutubi where he ordered just mango juice :P

    Kevins Beach House & Restaurant
    Candanay Sur, Siquijor

    Kiwi Dive Resort,
    Sandugan, Siquijor
    Tel. No.: +63.35.424.0534; +63-917.361.5997

    Islanders Paradise Beach Resort,
    Sandugan, Siquijor
    Contact No.: +63.35.484.1174; +63-919.446.9982

    Princessa Bulakna Resort
    Candaping, Maria, Siquijor

    Royal Cliff Resort,
    San Juan, Siquijor
    Tel. +63.35.4815038

    Salagdoong Beach Resort
    Olang, Maria, Siquijor

    Tikarol Beach Resort
    Candanay Sur, Siquijor

    The Norwegian Dream Beach Resort
    Candanay Tel. +63.35.4809095, Fax: 4809094

    Villa Marmarine Beach Resort
    Candanay Sur, Siquijor

    How to get to Siquijor:

    to get to Siquijor Island, you need to book a flight to Dumaguete which is the nearest airport then take a ferry to Siquijor

    No information on the cheapest Siquijor Beach Resort. In order to get the cheapest Bohol package, try looking for large family rooms for the whole family to share beyond three persons. Please contact the resorts or visit their official websites for rates, discounts, booking reservations and other information. Reviews of Siquijor Beach Resorts will be posted once available.

    UPDATED: February 10, 2009

    Related Post:
    Cebu to Siquijor Ferry

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    posted by GingGoy @ 9:28 PM,


    At Apr 30, 2009, 12:51:00 PM, Anonymous Oak said...

    hello, thanks for the info ,
    but in a website for budget ravel and backpacking guide
    i would expect some tips and price info ofcourse.

    At Apr 30, 2009, 1:27:00 PM, Blogger GingGoy said...

    oak, please read the last lines of the post. getting price info is not easy and requires frequent updating. the contact info are there waiting for your fingers to dial

    At Oct 27, 2010, 8:19:00 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

    Hello Tutubi! I love reading your blog and it's a great resource for travel stories of Siquijor. :) Certainly they can make use of the numbers listed here.

    Do drop by my own blog about Siquiijor sometime.


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