October 15th, 2017
(The island of Fire)
(The healing paradise)
Would you dare to go alone to a place which they say dangerous because of spiritism acts like "kilkig" "gayuma" or "hiwit"
For me it's a kind of a very good adventure ever. So I packed up my things and visit Siquijor, the island of healing paradise.
It's a great misconception to say that Siquijor is a dangerous place because this island is beautiful paradise that has so much to offer.
Siquijor is a peaceful province, no traffic, no stress. It makes you feel its magical charm that makes you to back. People are very friendly, warm and hospitable.
Must visit spots in the island of fire:
ðŸ Cambugahay Falls.
You need to take 130 steps to reach this falls. And it is really worth it guys because of wonderful scenery. Adventure? Yes, hang yourself and then jump, that's awesome.
ðŸ Salagdoong Resort
15 and 20ft cliff diving needs brave spirit. Siquijor trip would be incomplete if you haven't experience this kind of adventure. We spent our lunch time here, it is really unforgettable to taste their very very very spicy sisig, grave.
ðŸ Manmade Forest
Manmade forest is famous in the province of Bohol, but Siquijor has its own manmade forest. Shout out to the government of Siquijor for helping to preserve and protect our environment.
ðŸ Cang Isok
The oldest house in the province. It showcases the province history, cultures and beliefs.
ðŸ Paliton Beach
This beach is uniquely awesome because of tall palm trees. Sand is very fine and white.
ðŸ Capilay Spring
It is located in the heart of Siquijor town.
ðŸ Old Churches
This island represents our country's beliefs because of century old structures.
ðŸ KanheRon Museum
North American theme museum. Real preserved animals are being displayed here. It feels like you are in the other country when you are inside the museum. They also sell wine.
Siquijor is really the healing paradise because of the people's magical charm. I am happy that I met new friends. Shout out to Hera, solo traveler from Davao, Ela, Novey, Alex Under, James and Roy of Bacolod City who made my tour memorable. And to kuya Gil, our tourguide, driver and photographer.
We gained experiences that we'll cherish forever.
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