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Flight from Laoag (LAO) to Siargao (IAO)

Flight from Laoag (LAO) to Siargao (IAO)

Siargao is a tear-drop shaped island in the Philippine Sea situated 800 kilometers southeast of Manila in the province of Surigao del Norte. Siargao is one of the Philippines' last pristine island and beach getaways. Famed for its surfing spot named "Cloud 9", the island is increasingly becoming famous to local and foreign tourists, surfers and non-surfers alike. It is a laid-back island stop where life revolves around General Luna Town on the east coast and its surfing spots facing the Pacific Ocean. Other than being known for its surfing spots, there are other attractions that can be found on the island. Dip in the natural infinity pools and beach of Magpupungko in the town of Pilar; hop and laze under the sun in the sand bar and fine white sand islands off General Luna; dive the underwater caves and unspoiled sites around the island; paddle board in Sugba Lagoon; go bird watching or game fishing; feast with fresh seafoods and other local delicacies; or explore other beaches, waterfalls, and natural attractions of the place.

Best time to fly from Laoag to Siargao

Depending on the type of activities that you plan to do, it is best to plan your activities to coincide with the best weather for all intended activities. For those who plan to go surfing, the best months would be August to November. It is when the swell and wind conditions are at their best, so you'll find really good waves to catch. If you go in September, you might also catch the Annual Siargao International Surfing Competition. Expect Siargao to be crowded during this time. March to May is the ideal season for fishing when the big billfish like the Marlin and Sailfish are most active. You might want to catch the International Game Fishing Tournament that takes place in Siargao in April. Lastly, scuba diving is best done between April and October, when the swell is smaller and the waters are clearer, thanks to the sun being out more often. It will allow you to see the most at the 20 famous diving spots in Siargao. There are PADI certified diving instructors available for beginners.

Main airports available in Laoag to Siargao

Laoag International Airport (LAO) - Laoag International Airport (LAO) is the main airport serving the general area of Laoag, the capital city of the province of Ilocos Norte in the Philippines. It is the only airport in Ilocos Norte and is the northernmost international airport in the Philippines by geographical location. The airport is a popular charter destination for tourists from China. It has one 2,420-meter runway and is designated as a secondary/alternate international airport by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, a body of the Department of Transportation that is responsible for the operations of not only this airport but also of all other airports in the Philippines except the major international airports.

Sayak Airport (IAO) - The airport is also known as Siargao Airport. This is an airport serving the general area of Siargao Island, located in the province of Surigao del Norte in the Philippines. The airport is located in Barangay Sayak in the municipality of Del Carmen, where the airport derives its name from.

The airport is also known as Siargao Airport. This airport is serving the general area of Siargao Island, located in the province of Surigao del Norte in the Philippines. The airport is located in Barangay Sayak in the municipality of Del Carmen, where the airport derives its name from. There are direct flights to Siargao Island from Cebu four times a week on Cebu Pacific. Prices for flights vary but expect to pay approximately PSP 2630 one way. Flight time is approximately 45 minutes.

Climate pattern in Laoag to Siargao

The main reason travelers visit Siargao is for water sports, especially surfing. TIt is best to know what time of the year to go based on the weather and conditions. Generally, the peak tourist season for Siargao is between March and October as this is the dry season. The off-peak season would be November to February when tourists flock to enjoy the sun and the surf.

Highlights attractions in Siargao

  • Cloud 9 Boardwalk and View Deck - Cloud 9 is one of the popular surf areas in General Luna, but if you are not that into surfing you can just relax and chill strolling down the iconic long boardwalk. You can also watch the seasoned surfers surf expertly from the three-story view deck at the end of the boardwalk. You can also wait for the sunrise here as well as savor the moment as you watch the beautiful spectacle that is sunset.
  • Magpupungko Rock Pools - Another well-known tourist destination on the island of Siargao is the Magpupungko Rock Pools, which affords revelers chance to take a dip in the crystal-clear waters when you get there at the right time. The rock pools only appear at certain times, mainly when the tide is low. Visitors are always advised to check the tide schedule as it changes daily. The Tock Pools is about 45-minute drive from General Luna. You can join a group tour or rent a motorcycle and drive to the Rock Pools. Entrance to the Rock Pools will cost PSP50 per person while parking fee is PSP 20 per vehicle.
  • Sugba Lagoon - Another popular attraction on the island is Sugba Lagoon. It is located at the northwestern portion of the island. The jumping-off point is the town of Del Carmen, which is about a two-hour drive from General Luna. There are many ways you can explore the lagoon — by renting canoes, bamboo rafts, and paddleboards and by snorkeling. There's a two-layer docking area or rest area where you can also rent a table for PHP50. One of the highlights here is jumping off the diving platform into the clear turquoise waters. Travelers can also join a group tour. Tour operators and some resorts offer this tour. The rate is around PHP2000 per person inclusive of lunch, transportation, and entrance. For those interested to head there on their own can hire a van (which fits up to 12 people) for PHP3000/day or rent a motorcycle for PHP350 – 500/day inclusive gas. From there, travelers will be required to register at the local port authority and charter a boat.

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