Salagdoong Beach Siquijor was one of our favourite spots on the island. With insane cliff jumps and a beautiful beach, here’s all the visiting info.
Salagdoong Beach Siquijor – A Complete Guide To Visiting
How To Get To Salagdoong Beach Siquijor
Salagdoong Beach Entrance Fee
Salagdoong Beach Opening Times
Best Time To Visit + Tips
What To Expect At Salagdoong Beach Siquijor
Where To Stay In Siquijor
What To Pack? We’ve put together our Ultimate Travel Packing List for every type of trip.
The best way to get around Siquijor is to rent scooters for around 350 Pesos per day and explore. If you’re not confident on scooters there are always locals hanging around on trikes, just make sure to barter the price before you ride.
Salagdoong Beach Siquijor is easy to find via google maps or by following road signs. Once you hit the paved road through the forrest you’re almost there!
For those short on time, or that prefer everything to be organised for them, there are some awesome tours on Get Your Guide available to book in advance.
Adults – 30 Pesos per person
Parking – 20 Pesos per bike
Beach Huts – 200 Pesos per day
There is a small restaurant serving food on site. All items on the menu, from noodles to rice and curry, are around 200 Pesos.
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There are no clear opening hours for Salagdoong Beach itself, as the complex is also a part of the Salagdoong Beach Resort.
However, the public canteen is open daily from 8:00am – 10:00pm.
The best time to visit the Philippines is between November and April, the island’s dry season.
Siquijor is good to visit anytime within these dates as it’s so spaced out that it doesn’t seem to get too touristy.
As with any attraction, the earlier the better, and Salagdoong is no different.
We visited once early in the morning and had the whole place to ourselves, and again in the afternoon when there were a handful of tourists jumping from the platforms and the beach was a lot busier.
WHAT TO PACK
DSLR Camera: Canon EOS 90D
Tripod: Zomei Z666 Tripod
Day Bag: Manfrotto Manhattan Mover-50
Reusable Water Bottle: Hydro Flask Water Bottle
Sunscreen: Banana Boat Sunscreen SPF-50
Microfibre Towel: Microfibre Quick Dry Towel
Underwater Camera: GoPro HERO7
Waterproof Phone Case: LifeProof Fre Waterproof Phone Case
Epic cliff jumps and a beautiful little beach!
Salagdoong Beach is located on the Eastern point of Siquijor, and is actually owned and operated by Hotel Agripino (the Salagdoong Beach Resort).
The resort is open daily to visitors, and tourists, wishing to experience a small slice of the paradise they have to offer.
The beach is an extremely relaxed scene, where you can really take in the atmosphere of the remote Philippines island.
Many people head to Salagdoong Beach simply for the snorkelling and diving opportunities, which are both accessible by simply walking out into the ocean.
Whilst relaxing on Salagdoong Beach, we saw plenty of tourists heading out with their snorkels in hand, ready to hit the turquoise waters and explore alongside the tropical fish.
The Salagdoong Beach Cliff Jump
Aside from the beautiful beach and resort that can be found at Salagdoong Beach Siquijor, the majority of tourists head to this iconic location to fling themselves off of ledges up to 35 feet high.
There are two concrete ledges to jump from. The smaller a modest 20 foot jump, and the larger nearly double standing at 35 foot high.
The jumps are relatively fool proof, just stay as safe as possible by holding a pencil like position and don’t hesitate.
Also, make sure to check for anyone below before jumping, and do not risk jumping at low tide. The jumps should be closed off by the owners if the tide is too shallow to jump into.
For those a little less keen on flinging themselves off giant concrete slabs into the ocean, there’s also an awesome slide that drops you straight into the water from a much lower height.
These Siquijor cliff jumping spots have become extremely well known, mainly due to viral images of the location on social media, and over previous years this has massively influenced the tourism boom on the island of Siquijor.
All in all, the Salagdoong Beach cliff jump is a great spot to spend the day at, or even an afternoon once you’ve visited Cambugahay Falls.
Luxury – Mandala Tribe Treehouses – Located in Siquijor, within less than 0.6 miles of Paliton Beach and a 17-minute walk of Pontod Beach, Mandala Tribe Treehouses provides accommodation with a terrace and as well as free private parking for guests who drive. Featuring a garden, the 3-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom. The rooms include a balcony with views of the garden. At the hotel, the rooms have a wardrobe. At Mandala Tribe Treehouses, each room comes with a seating area. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy a à la carte or an American breakfast. Solangon Beach is 1.2 miles from Mandala Tribe Treehouses.
Mid-Budget – Monkey Business Bungalows – Located in Siquijor, 100 yards from Solangon Beach, Monkey Business Bungalows provides accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking and a bar. This pet-friendly resort also has free WiFi. All units at the resort come with a seating area. At Monkey Business Bungalows, each room includes air conditioning and a private bathroom. Pontod Beach is 0.8 miles from the accommodation, while Paliton Beach is 0.9 miles away.
Budget – Amber Homestay – Located in Siquijor, Amber Homestay provides free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a bar, a shared lounge and a garden. For added convenience, the property can provide towels and bed linen for an extra charge. The homestay offers a continental or Asian breakfast. Amber Homestay offers a barbecue. Both a bicycle rental service and a car rental service are available at the accommodation.
For more places to stay in Siquijor you can check the latest prices here.