From Dumaguete, we took the earliest time bound for Siquijor. Two of us will be going back to Manila on the next day that's why we decided to just have a day tour while our other two friends opt to stay there overnight.
We rented a multi-cab in order to save time and since were four, its better to have it than taking a motorcycle.
With so little time, we were still able to visit must see places in Siquijor.
St. Isidore church/convent - as per our guide it is the biggest among the oldest in the Philippines and the in whole Asia. He also mentioned that it is one of the historical landmarks of the Philippines.
Enchanted Balete tree - free fish spa! weeh, they will greet your feet when you set foot on the water.
Coco grove - where many foreigners stay. The place is really beautiful but quite expensive for backpackers (well, for those tipid trippers)
Cambugahay Falls in Lazi - 135 steps (I hope I counted it correctly)
Salagdoong Beach - beeeeeaaccchhh! and there are man-made slides. you can also have a view of the beach when you went up to the slides.
Capilay Spring Park - a spring park where you can see many kids swimming and playing along.
Guiwanon Spring Park - a sanctuary for marine habitats. It's really environment friendly. :)
There are also rooms available which are made of bamboos if you wish to stay for many hours or even overnight.
Yeah, the place is such a beautiful place. We also get the chance to stop on the highest point of Siquijor with an awesome overlooking view. :D
Though we only spent a day, going back in Dumaguete gave me an amazing view... sunset!!! exchange of colors plus calm water and clouds...