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Vacation rentals in Siquijor

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Cottage in Maria
Beach Front "White House Villa"
💖😘Beach Front Home😘💖 💖250 Square Meters whole house 💖 3 Bedrooms "All aircon" we have Reserve electric fan also. 💖2 Sofa Bed 💖 Open Living room, 💖kitchen for cooking, 💖Dinning table inside and outside,💖Terrase at front beach, 💖1 small cottage at the left side area 💖Rooftop for Big Party/ Disco 💖Grilling materials/Grilling party. 💖Beach Party 💖 Snorkling/Diving at front Beach because we have Marine Sanctuary at front good corals/different fishes👍 "💖You Feel you're Home💖" 💖Lovely view/Environment💖 If family/ can be accomodate in our place💖👍
$127 per night
Condo in Dumaguete
Elyn's new 2 bedroom condo Dumaguete City center
Central location! Brand new 2 bedroom condo in the heart of Dumaguete City close to the Rizal boulevard, Silliman University and Medical Center, and restaurants. Perfect for exploring the city like the Dumaguete Cathedral and Belfry, Quezon Park.Near to the airport, public market and pier.A good jumping off point for a day trip to Apo, Dauin, Lake Balinsasayao, Valencia, Bais, Malatapay, Manjuyod sandbar.Great for families, groups, business travelers and tourists. Airport/port pick up available.
$29 per night
Place to stay in Lazi
Riverside Cabin near Cambugahay Falls W/kitchen
☆ River Hut ☆ Along side the Enchanted river and within walking distance of the famous Cambugahay Falls, our cabin offers a native bamboo retreat for ADVENTURE-SEEKING travelers. The cabin provides a secluded space to enjoy the peacefulness of surrounding nature while offering convenient proximity to some of the Islands most beautiful attractions and some of Siquijors' best kept secrets.. This spot requires walking a steep Jungle path to our riverside area. Around 200-250m.
$77 per night

Stay near Siquijor's top sights

Baha Bar6 locals recommend
Dagsa3 locals recommend
LUGNASON FALLS4 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Siquijor

Apartment in Dumaguete City
HEIDI’S CABIN 2- Cozy Modern Studio
$21 per night
Apartment in Dumaguete
Chic & Cozy Studio • 206
$22 per night
Chalet in Siquijor
Remote Home near Secret Lagoon with Motorcycle
$50 per night
Guest suite in San Juan
Jap Tourists Inn Modern Single Bedroom
$27 per night
Guest suite in San Juan
Alyscha 1 - Cozy (Upper) Studio with huge terrace
$68 per night
Villa in Siquijor
Juvy's Beach House - Top floor
$92 per night
Home in Siquijor
Seaside Cottage
$54 per night
Villa in Siquijor
Spacious home by Bohol Sea - Siquijor w/ breakfast
$96 per night
Guesthouse in Siquijor
Calunsag Homestay 2
$22 per night
Villa in Siquijor
Adayo Cove Resort -Villa
$58 per night
Bungalow in San Juan
Cacao Bungalow (triple)
$112 per night
Bungalow in Siquijor
Fontelo Bungalow
$15 per night

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Siquijor

Total rentals

280 properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

110 properties have a dedicated workspace

Rentals with a pool

50 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

70 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

40 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

3.9K reviews

Your guide to Siquijor

All About Siquijor

With its turquoise waters, white-sand beaches, and lush rainforests hiding waterfall oases, the southern Philippines island of Siquijor is a true paradise. According to local legend, the island appeared after rising from the Bohol (Mindanao) Sea during a bad thunderstorm — proof of which can be seen in the fossils found in Mount Bandilaan, Siquijor’s highest point.

The third-smallest province of the country, Siquijor is in the central Visayas region and lies southeast of Cebu and southwest of Bohol. Salagdoong Beach, the most popular on the island, all but disappears during high tide, but when accessible is the perfect place to snorkel, as there are countless species of colorful fish and coral reefs to admire. The island is home to several stunning waterfalls — stand under their cascading water to cool down from the island heat, or take a dip in the crystal-clear pools below them.

Though Siquijor is small, it has a rich food scene, offering up local Filipino favorites like lechon, or roasted suckling pig. Religious and cultural festivals take place here throughout the year, and the San Juan area of the island is host to a thriving nightlife scene where you can dance on the beach under the stars.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Siquijor

As a tropical island, Siquijor remains hot and very humid year-round, with the possibility of rain at any time. You’ll see the lowest levels of rainfall from February to May, though always pack a waterproof layer just in case. Even during the rainy season, which is from October to December, you’re likely to still see a few hours of sunshine each day.

Festivals celebrating Filipino culture take place throughout the year — including the Bugwas Festival, held the last week in August, which pays tribute to St. Augustine for a bountiful harvest and clean water. Siquijor is nicknamed Isla del Fuego due to the abundance of fireflies that make it their home, and locals celebrate these venerated insects with the Dilaab Festival, a day full of costumed street performances and dancing in October.

Top things to do in Siquijor

Butterfly Sanctuary

The butterfly sanctuary is one of the most beautiful sights to visit on the island, where their colors match the rainbow hues of the flowers that attract them. Located in the Cabilao village in the town of Larena, this educational conservation center is home to various species of native butterflies at every stage of life.

Cambugahay Falls

Surrounded by lush rainforest, the three-tiered Cambugahay Falls tumble into a swimming hole with clear blue water perfect for cooling down. The site has a rope swing and bamboo raft that you can use for a fee, and there are vendors selling snacks around the area.

Old Balete Tree

This grand 400-year-old banyan tree in the town of Lazi is a popular attraction on the island, as the oldest tree in the province was once used for sacred rituals. A spring flows from under the tree into a small pool where, if you stick your bare feet in, fish will nibble at your toes.

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