For my 2nd trip to Siargao, I travelled with a good friend of mine Therese from Toronto, I must say this was the longest travel time ever. Our flight was delayed 12 hours from Pearson Airport to Manila which lead us to miss our connecting flight to Siargao ( after the 17 hours direct flight) which gave us no choice but to stay overnight in Manila that initially made us missed our Villa in Harana Surf Resort for our first night. We end up doing a glamping in the middle of the jungle facing a gorgeous beach. ( I’ll discuss more of this in the next post detailing more of my experience in Siargao ) Our last resort is the gorgeous Siargao Bleu Resort & Spa where we stayed for the remaining 3 days.
Our trip was initially cut down to 5 days instead of 7. It was really devastating because Siargao is my most favourite part of the Philippines then Palawan. I’m even thinking of moving here someday ( well still contemplating between here and Bali ). Siargao Bleu is one of the luxurious places to stay in the island. They have one of the most beautiful resort amenities where the pool is surrounded by their floating villa’s which we fortunately experienced staying in. They also have gorgeous sunset at night and the resort is near to Cloud Nine ( surfing spot) which is the main reason why people visit the island. they’re also near all the must check out restaurants and one of them is my favourite place to go for breakfast – Shaka. The staff of Siargao Bleu are very welcoming and they are always ready to assist you with anything. They’re very attentive to details and always looking after their guests.
Upon checking in we were greeted with fresh coconuts. They also have bicycles available for their guests to use when going around the island or you can also rent a motorbike to get around the island faster. It’s very rare to find cars here – which I love about this paradise because it definitely makes it feel special. Our Floating Villa has a direct access to the pool, making it so convenient to watch the sunset or go for a dip. We also have a gorgeous bathtub sitting right in the middle of our bathroom – a tub which was delivered and made from Bali. I think I spent a night in the tub after exploring Mangpupungko and my body was covered in Sunburn ( soaking my skin to a bunch of aloe vera we got from the hotel staff ). They also serve amazing Filipino dishes in their restaurant. The spa is beautiful and located above the restaurant, facing the pool and the ocean – Unfortunately, we didn’t have enough time to book an appointment but looking forward to going back to experience it. The prices for their services is very reasonable and affordable. They also provide pick up and drop off at the airport which was very helpful on us – I always pack last minute and hence need a ride right away.
All in All my stay in Siargao Bleu was nothing but a dream! I can’t wait to be back and experience the magic of the island all over again and maybe this time actually find time to surf! hahaha
*All the swimsuit I wore for this trip was sponsored by Bikini Village
Our floating villa
The best Bathtub ever!
The gorgeous spot overlooking the sea.
Sitting right in front of our Villa watching the most magical sunset ever.
Bikini: Miracle Suit ( I love this suit which hugs my body – it’s more like a Spanx )
At Cloud nine which is literally 4 minutes away from the resort.
Dress: ( Look Alike )
Shaka bowl for the win – best to go just when you finished sunrise surfing.
Therese and I enjoying Naked Island