For our day 2, we will be having the 3-island hopping tour plus Sugba Lagoon. We contacted the most recommended tour guide, Kuya Lito. (You can reach him at 0907 310 3333).
He picked us at the resort by 7AM. Though it was raining so hard but we still proceed with the plan. What is travel without some adventure, right? 😀 Though we were shaking most of the whole trip because it was so cold.
Going back, after he picked us, we proceeded to the market via the pumpboat and buy foods for our breakfast and lunch. The lunch will be in Daku Island where someone from the island will cook it for us with pay.
We then started our journey to Sugba Lagoon. It was a long ride. Maybe it took us around an hour to reach the lagoon. This is the other lagoon aside from Sohoton Cave. But since Sohoton Cave is more far and much expensive, we chose this.
After an hour or more of travel, we finally arrived in Sugba Lagoon and this what welcomed us.
In Sugba Lagoon, you can swim all you want, rent a kayak, bond with the stingless jellyfish, raft to where you love, or simply relax.
When everyone has get enough of the lagoon, we then headed to our next stop and the start of the 3-island hopping tour, Naked Island.
Obviously, it is called Naked Island because there is only a sandbar and no trees or cottages. And don\’t worry, visitors are not required to be naked if you are in the island. 😀
Crystal clear water, fine & white sands, and no garbage. 😉
Our next stop and our lunch area is the Daku Island. Here there are cottages where visitors can wait for the lunch to be served. There are also a store nearby if you need anything but expect that the price is higher. You can also rent a ball to play volleyball or swim again or have some sunbathing session.
Our last stop for the day and the whole trip is Guyam Island. This island has coconut trees in the middle, rocks on the side and Pacific Ocean across.
And that ends our 3-island hopping tour plus Sugba Lagoon adventure. 🙂
To summarize, our whole Siargao Trip is full of fun memories and wonderful stories. The night trip from Cebu, the boat trip to Siargao, the heavy rain during the whole stay were all worth it. Until next time, Siargao! 🙂