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Siargao Island Location

Siargao Island is politically under the jurisdiction of Surigao del Norte, a province located at the Northeastern portion of Mindanao which lies between 125 50’ East Longitude and betweem 9 30’ and 10 0.5’ North Latitude.

It is bounded on the north by Dinagat Island, on the south by mainland part of the Province of Surigao del Norte, on the east by Hinatuan Passage, and on the west by Surigao Strait and the province of Southern Leyte. Stretching along its southeastern coast is the Philippine Deep, the greatest known depth within Philippine waters at 11,094 meters below sea level.

Area

Siargao Island has an approximate land area of 67,726 hectares including Bucas Grande Island Island and all coastal barangays. It consists of nine (9) municipalities with 131 barangays.

Climate

The prevailing climate type of the island falls under Type II which is characterized by no pronounced dry season but with a very pronounced maximum rainfall from November to January. Siargao receives the highest amount of rainfall during December while June is the driest month.

How to get there!!!

From Manila, there are daily flights to Cebu, then connect with either the Supercat fast ferry or any regular passenger boats to Surigao City. There is also a daily flight to nearby Butuan City via Philippine Airlines , then a 2 ½ hr.-bus ride to Surigao City.

Upon reaching Surigao City, there are daily fast craft transfers to Dapa town in Surigao Island; then a short jeepney or motorcycle ride to General Luna town, the surf site.

Boats also ply the Manila-Surigao and Cebu-Surigao route.

Route 1:
Manila > Cebu City > Surigao City > Siargao Island

Route 2:
Manila > Butuan City > Surigao City > Siargao Island

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