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2 Best Siquijor Waterfalls You Need to Visit (Philippines)

2 Best Siquijor Waterfalls You Need to Visit (Philippines)

Quick waterfall guide to the 2 best waterfalls in Siquijor. Short on time, don’t miss these two!

Siquijor is an adventurers playground, with plenty of exploring on the cards for anyone looking to visit! In this guide, I’ll sum up my two favorite Siquijor waterfalls to help you plan your trip.

Related: Complete Siquijor Island Guide

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By Olly Gaspar, full-time traveler & adventure photographer for 6 years with 700+ published travel guides. I visit every place I write about & share real tips from what I learn.

2 Epic Siquijor Waterfalls

1. Lagaan Falls

Entrance fee: 30 PHP

The first up on this Siquijor waterfall guide is Lagaan Falls. This one isn’t the most popular, but definitely worth a visit.

You’ll find it on the south side of the island near the town of Lazi.

Lagaan Falls is an awesome multi-tiered waterfall with aquatic-blue lagoon pools. There’s an awesome rope-swing here, as well as a waterfall slide!

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2. Cambugahay Falls

Entrance Fee: 10 PHP

Rope Swing Fee: 50 PHP

The second waterfall that I recommend checking out on Siquijor is Cambugahay Falls. This is a popular waterfall, but sometimes, things are popular for a reason!

This awesome, 3-tiered waterfall is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Philippines. Tranquil waters fall from refreshing cold springs and plunge into deep, turquoise pools.

Of course, in true Siquijor waterfall fashion, you’ll also find a bamboo raft and a rope swing here.

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Alternative: Epic Waterfall + History Tour in Siquijor

If you’re short on time, or if you’d just like to see the best Siquijor highlights, including a visit to the best Siquijor waterfalls, then it might be a good idea to book a tour.

Note you can try your luck finding a guide in San Juan. Or, if you’re still in Dumaguete then the one below is easily the best you’ll find. It’s got hundreds of bookings and a 4.9/5 star rating on Siquijor.

Check price: Guided island tour option (includes Cambugahay Falls)

This trip includes:

  • Hotel pickup/drop-off in Dumaguete
  • Private tour around Siquijor island
  • Return ticket ferry included
  • History tour with visit to century-old churches
  • Take a dip in the turquoise waters of Cambugahay Falls and see the famous 400+-year-old Balete Tree
  • End the day at the famousTriad Cafe for views of Negros and Boho

This trip is really affordable and can actually work out cheaper than doing things independently.

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Related: Salagdoong Beach (Siquijor)

Where to STay on the Island

The main tourist hub on Siquijor is known as San Juan (Siqujor Town). However, there are also several guest houses, hostels, and resorts scattered around the island. Below I’ll give you my three top options for where to stay in Siquijor to plan your trip.

  • Epic Bamboo Treehouse: Mandala Tribe Treehouses – Want to take your Filipino island adventures to the next level? Mandala Tribe features epic treehouse accommodations in a perfect spot on Siquijor. The breakfast is amazing and the price is really fair!
  • Budget Guest House: LightHaus Destination Place – This is the best-reviewed guest house on the island! This place costs less than $10 a night, is ideally located, and has a crazy 9.7/10 rating on
  • Luxury: Descanso En Paraiso Resort – Descanso En Paraiso is a luxury resort on Siquijor without the regular price tag! This resort is just a short walk from popular Pontod Beach and has its own restaurant, pool, garden, and bar.
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More Philippines Travel Guides

I hope you’ve enjoyed this quick travel guide to the 2 best waterfalls in Siquijor. While you’re here, make sure to check out some of my other articles below for more adventures in the beautiful islands of the Philippines!

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