Siquijor Island in the Philippines is a mystical paradise with many awesome things to do including epic waterfalls, white sand beaches, iconic landmarks, awesome cliff jumps and more! If you’re an outdoor enthusiast like myself, you’ll be spoiled for adventures to add to your Siquijor Itinerary!
In this Siquijor blog, I have put together an easy to follow 3 Day Siquijor Itinerary and other useful information that you can find at the bottom of this post including how to get to Siquijor, where to stay in Siquijor, getting around and the best time to visit!
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SIQUIJOR ITINERARY OVERVIEW
I have put together this 3 Day Siquijor Itinerary which includes 13 awesome spots that I highly recommend visiting during the time that you have in Siquijor.
Below is an overview of the best things to do in Siquijor in this exact order:
- Paliton Beach
- Lugnason Falls
- Century Old Balete Tree
- Lazi Church
- Lagaan Falls
- Cambugahay Falls
- Tubod Marine Sanctuary
- Man-Made Forest
- Talisay Beach
- Salagdoong Beach
- Butterfly Sanctuary
- Quisol Mountain View
- Apo Island day trip
SIQUIJOR ITINERARY – DAY 1:
The first thing that should be on the top of your Siquijor itinerary is to hit the beach! Paliton Beach is rated as one of the best beaches in Siquijor for it’s glistening white sands and palm tree fringed shoreline. This is one tourist spot in Siquijor you do not want to miss!
Paliton Beach is located in the main tourist area of San Juan on Siquijor Island. Most accommodations are dotted along the main road in San Juan so it is within walking distance to get to Paliton Beach.
Paliton Beach faces west making it the perfect Siquijor tourist spot to watch the sunset on the sand with your mates!
There are a few oceanside cafes and beach bars dotted along Paliton Beach serving up cold brews and delicious meals. Most usually have happy hour between 4pm and 6pm, so make sure to get there around this time if you want to score some cheap drinks.
If you visit Paliton Beach during the day it’s just as good. You can find a number of tree swings tied to bent palms that you can have a turn on and swing out over the water’s edge!
Apart from that, there isn’t a whole lot more to do on Paliton Beach then go swimming in the ocean, lay in a hammock underneath the coconut palms or read a book by the beach.
Paliton Beach really is the best beach in Siquijor and I highly recommend adding this epic spot to your Siquijor itinerary.
Full Blog Post ∼ Paliton Beach Siquijor
Sunset at Paliton Beach – Siquijor Itinerary
Rope swings at Paliton Beach – Photo: A Break In A Journey
Paliton Beach Cafe – Siquijor Itinerary
Lugnason Falls, also known as Zodiac Falls, is up there with one of the top 3 waterfalls in Siquijor that I highly recommend adding to your Siquijor itinerary!
Lugnason Falls is located in the main tourist area of San Juan, From Paliton Beach, it’s approximately a 15-minute drive inland to reach this popular tourist spot in Siquijor. The entrance is free though you may be asked to pay a small parking fee of 10 pesos.
From the jump-off point, It takes around 15-minutes to walk along a dirt trail through the forest to reach Lugnason Falls.
Lugnason Falls features a 5 meter waterfall and a large spring filled with blue Gatorade colored water. It’s an adventurer’s playground and reminded me of the blue ass water that I found at Kawasan Falls in Cebu.
Lugnason Falls is a great spot to hang out and go swimming under the falls to cool off. For the thrill-seekers, jumping from the top of the falls into the catch basin below is a lot of fun too!
Don’t end the adventure here as there are more unique spots to be found in the same valley as Lugnason Falls. Follow the jungle trail downstream to where you will find man-made aqua ducts and an epic cold spring perfect for swimming!
Full Blog Post ∼ Lugnason Falls
Zodiac Falls – Siquijor Itinerary
Lugnason Falls – 3 day Siquijor itinerary
Man-made cold spring – Siquijor Itinerary
CENTURY OLD BALETE TREE
The Century Old Balete Tree is one of the most visited Siquijor tourist attractions on the island and it’s easy to see why! This 400-year-old tree is worthy of a quick stop during your adventures around Siquijor.
Century Old Balete Tree is located in Lazi on the south coast of Siquijor Island Philippines. From San Juan, it’s approximately a 20-minute drive to reach this ancient tree and the entrance fee is only 10 pesos.
The 400-year-old Enchanted Balete Tree in Siquijor has a very mystical and spiritual background. It’s a place that local shamen’s use for sacred rituals, however, I didn’t see any witchcraft when I visited.
At the base of the Century Old Balete Tree is a small freshwater pond filled with fish that will nibble the dead skin off the soles of your feet if you dip them in. Enjoy your fish foot spa while marveling up at the thick canopy and huge vines that hang from the Old Enchanted Balete Tree.
Next to the Century Old Tree in Siquijor, there is a two-story restaurant where you can grab a meal with drinks and also a souvenir store selling all sorts of gifts.
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Old Balete Tree – Siquijor Itinerary
400-year-old tree – Siquijor Itinerary
Huge hanging vines – Siquijor Itinerary
VISIT THE LAZI CHURCH
Lazi Church, also known as San Isidro Labrador Parish Church, is a popular stop on most people’s Siquijor itinerary. The Lazi Church is the oldest, the largest and the most significant Roman Catholic Church on Siquijor Island Philippines.
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San Isidro Labrador Parish Church is located in Lazi on the south coast of Siquijor Island. From San Juan, it’s approximately a 20-minute drive to reach this Siquijor tourist attraction.
The construction of Lazi Church was completed in 1884 and was built mainly with stone and hardwood. The bell tower attached to one side of the church was built one year later which is the most dominant feature on the outside.
Next to the church, you can also find a silent convent which acts as a museum that holds many old artifacts and antiques. The entrance fee at the museum is around 20 pesos.
Lazi Church also plays home to large masses and it’s possible to take a tour inside of this century old church with a priest.
If you’re looking for what to do in Siquijor, I highly recommend adding a short visit to Lazi Church to your Siquijor itinerary.
Lazi Church – Siquijor Itinerary
Bell tower at Lazi Church – Siquijor Itinerary
Lagaan Falls is one of the best waterfalls in Siquijor and a must-visit during your visit! Swimming holes, rope swings, rock jumps and small caves are just some of the things you can expect to find at this epic Siquijor tourist attraction!
Lagaan Falls is located in Lazi on the south coast of Siquijor Island. From the main tourist area of San Juan, it’s approximately a 30-minute drive to reach Lagaan Falls.
The Lagaan Falls entrance fee is 30 pesos and parking is free. At the entrance, local guides will offer to take you down to the falls but this is not necessary as the trail is clearly marked. However, I visited these falls on my own and decided to take a guide for good company and tipped him 50 pesos at the end.
It takes around 15-minutes to walk along a dirt trail underneath a dense rainforest canopy to reach the first level of this Siquijor waterfall. Some of the features you will find here are a large swimming hole, rope swings, small caves, rock jumps and a wide set of falls.
Don’t forget to follow the jungle trail upstream to where you will find small freshwater rock pools and natural jacuzzis. You could easily spend a few hours here jumping from pool to pool and swinging from the tree swings and not get bored.
The lush jungle that surrounds Lagaan Falls is what makes this place so tranquil and I highly recommend adding this spot to your Siquijor itinerary.
Full Blog Post ∼ Lagaan Falls
Jungle vibes at Lagaan Falls – Siquijor Travel Guide
Epic rope swings – Siquijor Itinerary
Natural rock slides – Siquijor Itinerary
Cambugahay Falls is arguably the best waterfall in Siquijor! Cambugahay Falls is most famous for its tiered levels and freshwater cascades that are surrounded by lush rainforest which is why it’s one of the most popular Siquijor tourist spots!
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Cambugahay Falls is located in Lazi which is approximately a 30-minute drive from San Juan to reach the falls and the entrance fee is 20 pesos. You may also have to pay a donation fee for parking.
From the jump-off point, it takes around 5-minutes to walk down a set of concrete steps to reach the first level of Cambugahay Falls. This epic Siquijor tourist spot features a large natural swimming hole and some man-made structures including rope swings, bamboo rafts and a wide set of falls.
Unfortunately, when I visited Cambugahay Falls the water inside the swimming holes was brown, dirty and not that inviting due to heavy rains the night before. I was a little disappointed when I didn’t get to experience its true beauty. But hey, that’s just mother nature.
Besides the bottom swimming hole, there are a few more levels of Cambugahay Falls to explore. Follow the trail upstream and across the bamboo bridges to where you will find more freshwater swimming holes, flowing rock pools and several cliff jumping spots.
Full Blog Post ∼ Cambugahay Falls
The falls on a nice day! – Photo: A Break In A Journey
Cambugahay Falls on a not so nice day…
Cambugahay Falls – Siquijor Itinerary
SIQUIJOR ITINERARY – DAY 2:
TUBOD MARINE SANCTUARY
Day 2 of this Siquijor itinerary begins at Tubod Marine Sanctuary, a protected reef that is rated as one of the best snorkeling and dive sites on Siquijor. Explore the beautiful underwater world that this Siquijor tourist spot has to offer.
Tubod Marine Sanctuary can be found in front of Coco Grove Resort and just off the shore from Tubod Beach in San Juan. From Paliton Beach, it’s approximately a 10-minute drive to reach Tubod Marine Sanctuary.
Colorful corals and an abundance of marine life flourish within this protected marine sanctuary so you are in for a real treat! You can bring your own mask and snorkel with you or rent one from the resort and it’s a short distance swim out to the reef.
There are minimal currents and waves at Tubod Marine Sanctuary and the waters are incredibly clear. I recommend setting aside at least one hour of your day to enjoy this epic Siquijor tourist spot!
Snorkeling in Siquijor
Tubod Marine Sanctuary – Siquijor Itinerary
Tubod Marine Sanctuary – Siquijor Itinerary
MAN-MADE FOREST SIQUIJOR
The Man-Made Forest in Siquijor is similar to the Bilar Man-Made Forest in Bohol, though on a smaller scale. A visit to this Siquijor tourist attraction is worthy of a quick stop for a photo during your adventures around Siquijor Island.
The man-made forest can be found in Maria on the southeastern corner of Siquijor Island. From San Juan, it is approximately a 45-minute drive to reach this Siquijor tourist spot.
This enchanting stretch of road is around 2kms long and lined with beautiful mahogany trees between the towns of Minalulan and Liloan.
When you enter this parallel tunnel of trees, you’ll feel like you’ve just entered another realm. You will also notice the temperature drop drastically as you drive through the man-made forest Siquijor because the canopy above almost completely cuts out the sun.
There is also a nearby beach just before you arrive at the man-made forest that is worth checking out for a quick photo.
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Man-made forest in Siquijor
Talisay Beach Siquijor is not as crowded and popular as Paliton Beach which is why you should definitely find the time on your Siquijor itinerary to visit this underrated beach.
Talisay Beach can be found between Lazi and Maria which is also in the same direction as Salagdoong Beach. There is no official entry point for Talisay Beach, you can just park your scooter on the side of the road and follow one of the dirt trails down to the shoreline.
Emerging out of the jungle trail, you’ll step foot on to a white sand and coral cove that is stunning, to say the least. Talisay Beach is best visited on high tide when the water comes right up to the palm-fringed shoreline, making it easier to go for a swim. On low tide, you will have to walk across the rocky reef to find deeper water for a refreshing dip.
Talisay Beach is also a renowned spot for snorkeling in Siquijor, so make sure to bring a mask and snorkel set with you down to the beach.
Talisay Beach – Siquijor Itinerary
SALAGDOONG BEACH & CLIFF JUMP
Salagdoong Beach is hands down one of the best beaches in Siquijor which is most popular for snorkeling around the colorful reefs, relaxing on the secluded beaches and epic cliff jumping! I highly recommend adding Salagdoong Beach to your Siquijor itinerary!
Salagdoong Beach is attached to Salagdoong Beach Resort on the far east corner of Siquijor Island in the town of Maria. From San Juan, it’s approximately a 50-minute drive to reach Salagdoong Beach and the entrance fee is 30 pesos per person plus an additional 20 pesos for parking.
Salagdoong Beach boasts two beautiful coves lined with coconut palms and white sand shorelines. Just off the shore is a colorful reef which is great for snorkeling and swimming.
I would have to say the slippery slide and cliff jumping at Salagdoong Beach is the main attraction and one for the thrill-seekers! Make sure you must visit during high-tide to do these activities.
The cliff jumps at this Siquijor beach were definitely up my alley! There are two diving boards here, one is around 5 meters and the other is 10 meters. Jumping from the top of the cliff into the turquoise waters below is one of the best things to do in Siquijor!
I recommend spending around 1 or 2 hours at Salagdoong Beach before continuing on to explore the rest of the Siquijor tourist spots.
Full Blog Post ∼ Salagdoong Beach & Cliff Jump
Salagdoong Beach cliff jump – Siquijor Itinerary
Salagdoong Beach – Siquijor Itinerary
SIQUIJOR BUTTERFLY SANCTUARY
The beautiful butterfly sanctuary in Siquijor was one of my favorite stops during my Siquijor trip and I recommend checking it out for yourselves.
The Siquijor Butterfly Sanctuary is located close to the highest point on the island at Cang-apa village between Lazi and Larena. From San Juan, it is approximately a 40-minute drive to reach this Siquijor tourist attraction.
The butterfly park is run by a local man who welcomes guests to walk around the gardens and interact with the butterflies and other bugs inside his sanctuary.
It’s worthy of a quick stop to have a poke around and grab a fresh buko (coconut) before continuing on to the next spot!
Butterfly Sanctuary – Siquijor Itinerary
Beautiful butterfly patterns
QUISOL MOUNTAIN VIEW
Quisol Mountain View boasts one of the best panoramic viewpoints which overlooks Siquijor Island and it’s pristine coastlines! This epic viewpoint is an off the beaten path adventure that is easy to find and far away from the crowds at other Siquijor tourist spots.
Quisol Mountain View is located at the top of the hill between Lazi and Larena. From San Juan, it is approximately a 40-minute drive to reach Quisol Mountain View. Here is the exact pin location on Google Maps.
There is no official parking lot or tourist desk at this location, so you will have to park your scooter on the side of the road and find the entry point which isn’t too hard to find. You will see a large sign with the words ‘Quisol Mountain View’ written on it and make-shift stairs cut into the land leading up to the viewpoint. See the image below for reference.
It takes around 5 minutes to walk to the top of the mountain and you’ll be rewarded with extensive views of Siquijor Island. Unfortunately, it was a bit cloudy on the day I visited, but on a nice clear day, you will be able to see the neighboring islands of Cebu, Negros and Bohol.
Get off the typical tourist trail and add the Quisol Mountain View to your 3 day Siquijor itinerary!
Quisol Mountain View – Siquijor Itinerary
At the summit – Siquijor Itinerary
Epic views of the island – Siquijor Itinerary
SIQUIJOR ITINERARY – DAY 3:
DAY TRIP TO APO ISLAND
On the last day of your Siquijor itinerary, I highly recommend heading over to the incredible Apo Island, a volcanic island located 30km off Siquijor’s southern coastline. Notorious for its dive sites and snorkeling, an Apo Island day trip is one of the top-rated things to do in Siquijor!
To book and Apo Island Tour you can pop into one of the many dive shops and resorts located along Paliton Beach in San Juan and organise your trip through them at least one day in advance. A barbeque lunch and cold refreshments are usually included with the Apo Island tour.
Apo Island is the longest lasting community lead marine protected area in the Philippines since 1986.
Apo Island is so aesthetically pleasing to the eyes that you won’t want to close them! We anchored up the boat on the outer edge of the reef near the main beach port of Apo Island. Shortly after anchoring, we all jumped off the side of the boat and were snorkeling with turtles in no time!
The Apo Island tour is an entire day of snorkeling with sea turtles, fish, sea snakes and hundreds of colorful corals. There are also a few small mountain peaks on Apo Island that you can hike.
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Apo Island – Siquijor Itinerary
Best day trip from Siquijor
Snorkeling with turtles on Apo Island
WHERE IS SIQUIJOR ISLAND
Siquijor Island is located in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines. Siquijor is very close to the neighboring islands of Cebu, Bohol and Dumaguete which can be easily reached by plane or ferry.
HOW TO GET TO SIQUIJOR
There are two ways of how to get to Siquijor, one is by plane and the other by ferry.
There are weekly flights to Siquijor connecting domestic travelers coming from Manila, Cebu and Dumaguete. The only airport on the island is Siquijor Airport.
Dumaguete to Siquijor ferry
One of the most common routes is the ferry from Dumaguete to Siquijor which takes approximately 1.5 hours and the cost is around 500-600 pesos depending on the star rating of the ferry. There is also an additional 20 pesos terminal fee.
There are daily ferries departing from Dumaguete Port in Negros Oriental and arriving at Larena Port in Siquijor.
Cebu to Siquijor ferry
If you happen to be in the very south of Cebu and heading to Siquijor from here, there is only one ferry departure per day leaving from Liloan Port in Cebu at 10am, bound for Larena Port in Siquijor. The ferry from Cebu to Siquijor takes approximately 1-2 hours and the cost is around 200 pesos.
You can purchase your tickets at the Liloan Port at least one hour before departure.
Bohol to Siquijor ferry
The ferry from Bohol to Siquijor is also a common route for travelers and this is the exact route that I took. The cost for this journey is around 900 pesos plus an additional 20 pesos terminal fee.
There are daily ferries departing from Tagbilaran Port in Bohol around 10am and it takes approximately 2 hours to reach Larena Port in Siquijor.
WHERE TO STAY IN SIQUIJOR
Siquijor has hundreds of accommodation options to choose from, so I have narrowed it down to a few of the best places to stay in Siquijor to fit the needs of budget backpackers and luxury travelers.
See the list of accommodations below that I personally recommend:
Luxury: Aloha Seaside Resort
Aloha Seaside Resort is one of the best places to stay in Siquijor which is located in the main tourist area of Paliton Beach, San Juan! Featuring a swimming pool, hot tub, restaurant, room service, tour desk and free wifi. There are deluxe family rooms and deluxe bungalows available which are fitted with a flat-screen tv, free toiletries, private bathroom, sun terrace, seating area, large bed and incredible ocean views! Continental, à la carte, English breakfast is included for all guests. Recommended place to stay for families, couples and friends.
Mid Range: Glamping Siquijor By The Beach
Glamping Siquior is the most unique accommodation on the island! Epic tee-pee style tents situated under the palms on Paliton Beach is seriously hard to beat! Glamping Siquijor features free wifi, a bar, a garden, a private beach area, BBQ facilities and a terrace. The luxury tents are fan-cooled and fitted with comfortable beds and power sockets. Simple but effective! Perfect place to stay for couples and friends.
Budget: JJS Backpackers Village
JJS Backpackers Village is the best budget accommodation in Siquijor! Located on Paliton Beach in San Juan, this property features a restaurant, bar, shared lounge, gardens and ocean views. There are twin rooms, double rooms, triple rooms and dorms available which is suitable for solo travelers, couples and friends. Continental breakfast is also available daily at this Siquijor hostel.
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GETTING AROUND SIQUIJOR ISLAND
There’s a couple of options on how to get around Siquijor Island Philippines, and they are by scooter, habal habal, tricycle or Jeepney.
You can rent a scooter in Siquijor for as little as 250 pesos per day and make your own way around the island at your own pace.
When you arrive in Siquijor by ferry, you’ll find that there are half a dozen scooter rental stores located at the Larena ferry terminal which is super convenient. You can pick up a set of wheels for the time you plan to spend on Siquijor Island.
If you are not confident driving a scooter, the other option is to hail down a Jeepney, tricycle or habal habal (motorbike taxi) along the main road in Larena and get a ride to San Juan, the main tourist hub of Siquijor.
The cost depends on how good your bartering skills are, though for a 40-minute drive from Larena to San Juan in a Jeepney should be around 100 pesos, in a tricycle 500 pesos and habal-habal 350 pesos. Note that these prices are rough estimates.
Exploring Siquijor Island by scooter
BEST TIME TO VISIT SIQUIJOR
The best time to visit Siquijor, weather-wise, is between April and July when temperatures are hot and there is barely any rainfall. This is also high season in Siquijor, so expect to see many tourists during these months.
I recommend visiting Siquijor on the shoulder months of the high season between November and March which sees a bit of rainfall but usually only lasts for a couple of hours and the rest of the day is sunny.
Try to avoid the typhoon season in Siquijor which is between August and October.
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WHAT TO PACK FOR SIQUIJOR
Everyday Backpack: One of the best backpacks on the market! The Nomatic 20L Backpack is perfect for on the go adventures. Featuring multiple storage spaces for valuables, drink bottles, chargers, notebooks and more. This sleek backpack was designed for you.
Universal Power Adapter: Don’t leave home without one! I highly recommend getting this Universal Power Adapter so that you are able to charge all of your electronics when you’re on the road. Compatible in Asia, UK, Europe, Africa, USA, SA and Australia.
Hidden Money Belt: I never go on a trip without one! The best thing is they are always out of sight, hidden beneath your clothing. With RFID blocking, they are perfectly designed to keep your credit cards, cash and other valuables safe when you’re out adventuring!
Waterproof Phone Case: A waterproof phone case is a must-have item! This universal case will keep your phone safe from water damage, sand and scratches during your adventures. Suitable for all smartphone models.
Portable Charger: One of the best portable chargers on the market! The Anker Power Bank keeps your phone and accessories charged on those longer adventures. Featuring 2 USB charging ports, rechargeable battery, works with iPhone, iPad, Samsung, Oppo and Android.
Microfibre Travel Towel: To pack a towel or not to pack a towel? A standard bathroom towel can take up a lot of space in your travel bag. Get your hands on a quick-dry Microfibre Travel Towel which is perfect for the beach, backpacking, camping and general traveling.
Rain Jacket: A light-weight rain jacket is an absolute must when traveling! North Face waterproof rain jackets come in both men and women sizes, featuring a breathable mesh lining and adjustable hood that can be tucked away inside the collar.
Kindle: The best alternative for books! Kindle e-readers are perfect for long haul flights, reading on the beach or a quiet evening away from the bars. Kindle’s are waterproof with rechargeable batteries and adjustable light settings to suit indoor/outdoor conditions.
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MY CAMERA GEAR
Everyday Camera: The most affordable mirrorless camera on the market! I personally use the Sony A7ii Mirrorless Camera on all of my adventures. It’s compact, lightweight and super easy to use for all levels of photography. A 28-70mm Sony lens is also included.
Drone Camera: Take your photography to new heights! The DJI Mavic Pro 2 Drone is at the top of the game when it comes to high-quality images and video, easy to control functions and traveler-friendly capabilities. I guarantee you won’t regret purchasing one.
GoPro Hero 8: One of the most popular cameras on the planet! I love using the GoPro Hero 8 for all of my underwater shots and fast-paced adventures. The GoPro Hero 8 captures the best moments with its wide range of functions that are very simple to use!
Camera Bag: My favorite camera bag I have ever owned! The Lowepro Protactic 450 AW II Camera Bag features a waterproof rain cover, drink bottle holder, padded compartments for cameras, drones, lenses, accessories and it also has a laptop pocket.
Selfie Stick: Everyone loves a good selfie, right!? The Sandmarc Metal Edition Selfie Stick is sleek, stylish and can extend to 1.2m. I find it much easier to take photos and videos with the GoPro when it is mounted to the Sandmarc Selfie Stick!
Camera Tripod: The Joby GorillaPod is suitable for all cameras. This tripod is easy to use and perfect for setting up a time-lapse video or even using it as a selfie stick. The legs are flexible so you can wrap it around a tree or a pole to get creative with your shot.
GoPro Dome: Have you ever wanted to capture those under/over water shots with the GoPro? This epic underwater GoPro dome housing is the best camera accessory to have to create the perfect 50/50 shot. I use mine every time I am in the ocean!
Memory Card: The best thing about SanDisk Extreme Pro is that it delivers maximum speed for images and videos. Having 64GB of storage means that you can store hundreds of files on this SD card for 2-3 days and not have to worry about running out of space.
External Hard Drive: As a photographer, my images and video files take up a lot of space on my MacBook so I use the WD Elements External Hard Drive to store everything. With 4TB worth of storage space, this is more than enough for 1 year worth of content.
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SIQUIJOR ITINERARY – FINAL THOUGHTS
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