How to directly get from Cebu to Siquijor Island

Locally known as the ‘Esla del Fuego’ of the Philippines, Siquijor has so much to offer.

Having been dubbed to be a ring of fire, Siquijor is named such because of its mystical fireflies. Nonetheless, we know you have heard of the infamous shamanism and witchcraft in this island and what better way to conclude whether or not it’s true than to experience it firsthand? None.

Hence, if you want to experience the feeling of mystique and intrigue in this enchanting island, you can do so now.

Bus going to Santader

From the South Bus Terminal, ride a bus bound for Liloan Port, Santander. Bus fare is ₱235 per head (one-way). Bus travel time is approx. 4 hours.

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Cebu – Siquijor Ferry

Disembark at the Liloan Port where you can ride a ferry directly going to Larena Port in Siquijor Island. Trips are daily.

CEBU – SIQUIJOR 10:00 AM1:00 PM₱200


  • Bus fare (one-way): ₱235
  • Ferry fare (one-way): ₱200
  • Total Estimated Fare: ₱435

Please be guided that rates aforementioned are based on the most affordable mode of transportation. Should you wish to avail of a more classy accommodation, rates will be much higher.

Siquijor Island

Discover the mysteries of this magical island.

It is best to travel to Siquijor during the sizzling months of March, April, and May. Everything is green and less chance to get wet with minimal or no rainfall.

Top Attractions you can visit in Siquijor:

Photos and videos by John Ray Aligato of The Island Nomad

Ferry Information

  • Shipping Company: MAAYO SHIPPING INC.
  • Contact Numbers: 0917-710-7080 / (035) 400-3059
  • Social: Facebook Page

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  1. By walking through Siquijor on foot trails, gazing at the island’s green scenery, and meeting natives along the way, I was mesmerized by the simplicity of the island’s culture. Yes, I’ve been there three times. Yet it remains captivating, wonderful, magical, and mysterious; I kept coming back for more. There is more than meets the eye. Next time I will bike-ride the rough roads.


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