Public transportation in Siargao is not that efficient but you can still find ways on how to get around in Siargao. If you know how to drive and you have a driver’s license, my advice is to rent a motorcycle, as it is the best way to explore the island. You can also rent a car or hire the services of a tricycle driver or a single motor driver (habal-habal).
There are plenty of establishment that rent affordable transportation like “tuk-tuk” (a type of tricycle vehicle). However, it is more expensive than renting a motorcycle but it is a perfect option if you are traveling with your family and friends. With that type of transportation, you can save money while discovering the Island.
How to get from Siargao airport to the hotel?
From the airport of Siargao, you can take van or motorcycle which travel to any point of General Luna, Cloud 9, and Malinao with a minimum charge of 250 pesos per person.
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Question is, How to get around in Siargao
Good news! It is now easier to reach Siargao. Thanks to Siargao Tourism, Here are the basic and simple instructions on how to get there:
Getting to Siargao by airplane
there are several dailies and direct flights from Cebu and Manila.
Arriving at Siargao by ferry
From Surigao, several ships leave from 4:00 to 12:00. To get to Surigao, you can take one of the three ferries or boats that leave from Cebu almost daily, and you can sleep along the way because they have beds. If it is your side trip from Camiguin, you can also link transport, as we write the Camiguin Guide here: How to go to Siargao from Camiguin.
Getting there by van
If you are from Davao, you can join a group of people who wanted to visit Siargao as well. There are plenty of Travel and Tours Agency who provide shared vans for rent that cost around 3000 to 5000 pesos only (back and forth to Davao) Continue Reading if you want the detailed instruction on how to get to Siargao.
Please watch video below how to get there in Siargao island by Travel Gretl.