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Enjoy the Sunset at Naked Island in Siargao

Naked Island Sunset

Looking for the best view of the sunset in Siargao? By default, most would recommend Guyam Island — the last stop on our Tri-Island Tour.

But did you know that Naked Island also has beautiful, unobstructed view of it? As sunset chasers, we’d guess you’d really want to check it out for yourselves. For starters, you might want to see the photos below, taken around 5 pm in Naked Island.

Friends enjoying the view of the sunset at Naked Island, Siargao
Friends enjoying the view of the sunset at Naked Island, Siargao

Just a tip: because the island doesn’t have any shade –that’s why it’s called “naked” in the first place — we suggest you go there when the sun’s heat begins to mellow. That’s about quarter to 5 pm including the travel time it takes from Daku Island.

Pink skies after sunset at Naked Island in Siargao
Pink skies after sunset at Naked Island in Siargao

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Island Hopping in Siargao: Sample Itinerary and Inclusions

Island hopping is probably the number one thing everyone would want to do or experience when they set foot in Siargao island.

When guests would ask what island hopping packages are available, our top of mind response is always “tri-island” hopping.

Alright, we have gone a little lazy about naming the islands, but hey it’s convenient and quick. 😀

Okay, basically, tri-island hopping is just our shortcut for Naked Island, Daku Island, and Guyam Island tour in one day. Tree islands, hence, tri-island.

These three islands are strategically close to each other and easiest to access, near General Luna which is our jumping point, and generally the most convenient — or shall we say, “chill” of all our destinations.

Unlike other tour operators, our Siargao Island Hopping is only available as a private tour, which gives our guests a more relaxed day. Why?

Well, for one, you have your boat and cottage all to yourselves. That means you don’t have to always wait for others who don’t necessarily have the same agenda as you. They might take more time swimming, or taking photos in the farther part of the island, which means you’d have to wait for them before you can leave. Of course, our tour guide will remind everyone to be on time.

Second — and we believe this is of primary importance for some guests — is that you don’t need to interact with strangers or feel the pressure to make friends with anyone. If is, after all, exclusive to your group.

Is private island hopping more expensive?

A little bit, yes, but it is worth the convenience. With a private tour, we will follow your preferred schedule. It’s really up to you when to start or end the tour, as long as we don’t end at night time, we’re good.

What are the inclusions for your island hopping?

For easier reference, we’ll just put it in a list below.

  • Pickup from hotel within General Luna
  • Boat / boatman who will be the guide as well
  • Lunch and drinks
  • Cottage
  • Cooking fees
  • Entrance fees and docking fees

Basically, we’ll take care of all your needs. You can even upgrade your food if you want additional seafood such as crabs or shrimp. Just let us know beforehand. 🙂

Ready to book an island hopping in Siargao? Visit this page to lock in your dates.

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A Couple of Things You Can Learn While in Siargao

things you can learn in Siargao

People come to Siargao not just for vacation but also to experience what the island has to offer: beautiful islets, wonderful waters, and adventure among others. Others simply to tick it off from their bucket list.

Those are the primary motivations but for some people, Siargao made them realize more than just that. Proof? A lot of city dwellers have moved to the island for good.

We think Siargao is more than just a vacation place. Below are some things vacationers might have realized on their sojourn.

You Can Slow Things Down

When asked how they would describe Siargao, most would normally say “surfing”. That’s what the island became known for in the first place. Others, however, primarily feel its chill vibe is its defining characteristic.

They come to Siargao to chill out and forget about life in the busy city. Here, you can can sit and watch the sunset or people surfing with the sunrise in the background, without any expectation on how the day would end.

Here you can find some restaurants with signs that say “If you’re in a hurry, please eat somewhere else” or something to that effect. More or less, it just means “don’t rush things.” Chill. 

That may sound a bit off or rude to a city dweller who is often in a rush — to catch the train or bus, or be on time in the office — but it just make sense if you try to adapt to the life on the island.

You can’t force locals your ways, and if you can’t, you are forced to let go of control. You learn to throw worries and anxieties out of the window, and begin to learn to savor and appreciate every moment you are on the island.

Letting Go of Expectations

Expectations are happiness killers. When you expect things and they don’t go your way, you get frustrated.

Siargao promises nothing, except its beautiful waters and warm people.

Prevalently, it’s a backpackers’ place where you can’t always expect 5-star hotel accommodations or high-end resorts. If you can find them and you’re willing to pay, then good for you.

A lot of the accommodations you’ll find, however, are hostels and nipa-styled shared spaces without air-conditioning units but visitors find them good enough. They don’t pay the cost of a 5-star accommodation, in any case.

You Can Live in the Moment

Just like any other vacation place, you cannot enjoy Siargao if you are always looking forward to the next thing that you are going to do. If you are always attending to whatever is preoccupying your mind.

When you are in a place but are just busy looking at your phone, you are not really there. If you seem to be watching the ocean but is actually thinking of something else, you are not really there.

You are virtually somewhere. You are physically present but mentally absent. You are not in the moment.

Those fleeting yet beautiful moments just passed by without you noticing them.

Tip: During tours, have your camera or phone with you but put it away after, and enjoy the rest of the moment.

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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.