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Siargao Tour Package 2020: Tri-Island Tour Sample Itinerary

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Siargao Tour Package 2020 for Tri-Island hopping is by far the most requested package on this website.

The reason is probably the islands’ popularity, simplicity of the tour, or the ease of access.

For one, it is not as far as Sugba Lagoon or Sohoton as our tours start in General Luna.

Two, it is also the cheapest tour package, by the way.

A lot of the emails and chat messages we receive ask for an itinerary so we decided to put together this post.

Well, to be honest, as our tri-island tour package is private, you will have complete control of your itinerary.

We will only be there to guide and assist you the whole day.

Take photos, perhaps, if you like.

We don’t mind being your Instagram boyfriend for the day — if there’s none yet. 🙂

Nonetheless, here’s how a typical itinerary for our Siargao Tour Package 2020 looks like.

Siargao Tour Package 2020 Sample Itinerary*

  • 9:00am – meet-up at General Luna Market
  • 9:00am to 9:30am – en route to Naked Island
  • 9:30am to 11:00am – do whatever you plan on doing at Naked Island. Just don’t throw trash.
  • 11:00am to 11:30am – en route to Daku Island
  • 11:30am to 12:00pm – walk from port to Daku Island cottages
  • 12:00pm – cook lunch
  • 12:30 – lunch
  • 1:00pm to 3:00pm – do whatever you plan on doing at Daku Island
  • 3:00pm to 3:30pm – en route to Guyam Island
  • 3:30 to 5:00pm – do your stuff. watch sunset. get a beer or ten.
  • 5:00pm to 5:30pm – en route to General Luna Market

Again, this is just a sample itinerary. As our tours are private, you have total control of your own time. No need to wait for other groups that you are not with.

For us, that’s the main benefit of going on a private tour. 🙂

Chat with us about “Siargao Tour Package 2020”

If you still got questions that you want answered, we can take it privately to our inbox.

Just email us at Use the subject “Siargao Tour Package 2020” or something like that.

If you’re a millennial who’s not that into email, you may also initiate a Facebook Messenger chat, ping us on Viber, WhatsApp or Telegram. Our contact number is the same across all these channels: +639171745705.

Go on, don’t be shy. 🙂

One Last Thing

Before you even plan out for your itinerary, make sure you book your accommodation first. A lot of visitors come to us looking for accommodations just 2 weeks before their trip to Siargao, and it’s a stressful exercise, knowing that Siargao accommodations run out fast.

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How to Reserve Your Island Tour Through Credit Card Payment

Update: Payments made through PayPal will now be charged with additional 2% convenience fee.

Reserving your Siargao Island Tour Package is easy peasy as we now accept credit card payments through PayPal invoice.

Once you confirm your island tour booking, we send you an invoice along with the tour details. This serves as the contract between you, and

The invoice is sent through PayPal. But don’t worry — you don’t need a PayPal account to make a reservation.

Follow these steps to complete your reservation with us.

1.Open the e-mail containing the PayPal invoice. Click on the link to the invoice. It will show something like this. (Sample amount shown below).

Click on Pay ₱_______

2.  You will be taken to a PayPal login page. Ignore that and click on “Pay with a Bank Account or Credit Card” instead at the bottom part.


3. Enter your credit card details and click on “Pay Now” at the bottom of the page.

That’s it! You will receive an e-mail confirmation and transaction receipt from PayPal. We will also receive a notification so we can also double check on our end if the transaction was successful.

Try it now for a faster and hassle-free transaction.

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Be a Responsible Siargao Tourist

Help keep Siargao island clean. Be a responsible tourist.

Traveling is all fun and games until we realize that we have already destroyed the place we once used to enjoy.

That’s exactly what happened to a popular Philippine destination that was recently shut down by the government due to environmental concerns.

And who knows what’s next if we don’t take care of our own natural resources.

We don’t want the same fate to happen to Siargao.

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As much as we want to bring tourists to this lovely place, we also want to care for this paradise so that our future generation can also enjoy it.

So that the people in Siargao, many of whom depend on the place we call home, will also have a sustainable livelihood and a place that will stay clean and healthy for as long as everyone — Siargao natives and tourists alike — will care for it.

That’s why we encourage our guests visiting Siargao embrace the place like their own, and not just be a tourist who comes and goes — and leaves trash behind.

The Basics

Please don’t throw your trash anywhere

Trash is now becoming a problem in Siargao. Truth be told, behind the pristine beauty we see in Instagram posts, there is a whole field of garbage coming from establishments and individual tourists alike. Nobody would post that, of course.

The problem is that Siargao government doesn’t have a proper waste management program yet.

We are entering a phase of development brought by the influx of tourists, and we have yet to cope with this surge of growth.

We hope it is not too much to ask.

Pick up trash when you see it

Genuinely embracing Siargao like your own might need you to take it up a notch above simply properly disposing your trash.

If they see pieces of trash on the beach, the people of Siargao, especially bangkeros and surfers, would pick them up and won’t let them float around just like that. After all, they spend a lot of time in the water…the last thing they want is to swim or surf in trash.

There is also a local initiative for beach clean up led by Grom Nation. You may contact them on their website for the next schedule of their beach clean up.

At, we make it a part of our mission to instill in our guests that kind of care for the place they enjoy.

Best Practices

Bring your own tumblers

Let’s not add to the growing field of plastic garbage in Siargao.

As tourists, you can help a lot by simply bringing your own tumbler rather than buying bottled water each time you run out of water.

Besides, it’s not just environment-friendly…it’s also more economical.

Have a tote bag for island hopping

Most people use plastic bags to carry food such as chips, which are also stored in plastic.

Problem is plastic bags often get left behind when there’s no more food to bring back to where they stay.

Instead of plastic bags, get a tote bag for all that stuff you need to carry to your island tour.

Straw is unnecessary

Straw is great when you need to drink during a bumpy ride.

But that’s hardly the case when you’re dining in a restaurant, or carinderia.

You can drink it from a glass. The waiter doesn’t need to put straw in your drink.