Cheap flights to Siargao Island

ZRH — IAO
17 May — 24 May1
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Flights to Siargao Island in 2022

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Popular inJulyHigh demand for flights, 8% potential price rise
Cheapest inFebruaryBest time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop

How long is the flight to Siargao?

Flights to the Philippines from the GB generally have a travel time of longer than 35h, depending on where you're travelling from and the number of layovers along the way. When flying out of London, you'll find a couple of daily flights departing from London Heathrow International Airport (LHR) with two layovers along the way and a travel time of close to 20h. There are also other flights with two layovers that'll take around 37h 20min. If you find yourself in Scotland, you'll have a couple of options to choose from each day. One of the quicker journeys from Glasgow International Airport (GLA) has two layovers along the way and a travel time around 35h. Lastly, Manchester Airport (MAN) offers Siargao flight deals with a couple of layovers and a flight time between 35h 30min and 45h, depending on the length of the stops.

Where can you get direct flights to Siargao from?

Unfortunately, there are currently no direct flights from anywhere in the GB to Siargao, largely because of the distance between the destinations, as well as the popularity of the journey. You'll be able to find several cheap flights to the Philippines with a comfortable travel time. If you're flying out of Glasgow, you can expect to find flights with two layovers, at Dubai International Airport (DXB) and Cebu City Mactan International Airport (CEB) before completing the trip in around 35h. If you're travelling from London, you'll find numerous flights departing from Heathrow with layovers at Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) and Cebu City Mactan International Airport before heading to Siargao. Flights departing from Manchester Airport typically require two layovers, at Dubai Airport and Cebu City Mactan Airport or Manila Airport (MNL), before heading to Siargao.

What is the best way to travel around Siargao?

Once arrived in Siargao, you'll find plenty of transport options for getting around the city, including jeepneys, motorcycle taxis, tricycles and tGB-tGBs, as well as private taxis. If you're travelling on your own, using a motorcycle taxi (habal-habal) is usually the most popular way to get around the island. If you're travelling with a larger group, you may want to opt for a jeepney or a mini-multicab hire. Another popular mode of transport with visitors is motorised tricycles, which accommodate up to four passengers.

What are some things to do in Siargao?

Siargao is an island in the Philippine Sea, shaped like a teardrop, and offers visitors a plethora of local attractions and activities around the island. One of the most popular things to check out on the island is Magpopongko Rock Pools and Flats. These natural rock pools are found on the east coast of Siargao Island and are best to visit during low tide, when you can overlook the ocean while relaxing in the pools. Siargao is a great location for avid surfers, and if you're one of them, you'll want to spend a lot of your time at Cloud 9. Cloud 9 is widely considered a top surf break in the Philippines. The Cloud 9 boardwalk is another popular feature, with a long wooden pier stretching out across the reef, which ends in a viewing platform three stories high and offers great sunset views. One of the best inland experiences on the island is Tayangban Cave Pool, where you have access to a couple of cenotes, emerald rock pools and some bat caves worth exploring. If you're looking for an ultimate adventure, take the time out to head to Maasin River; take a turn on Palm Tree Swing and dive into the river below. Lastly, you don't want to miss out on a Siargao island-hopping tour, where you'll spend a day jumping between three tropical islands, named Guyam Island, Naked Island and Daku Island.

Do I need a passport or visa to fly to Siargao?

As a British citizen, you'll be able to enter the Philippines without needing a visa if you're staying for 30 days or less. If you're planning on working in the country or staying longer than 30 days, you will need to apply for the corresponding visa.

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