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Sugba Lagoon

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Barangay Caub | Del Carmen, Mindanao 8418, Philippines
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Jellyfish

Excellent waters for SUP and swimming with stingless jellyfish. It's about 30 minutes boat ride... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
trizzia710
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Sydney, Australia
Wonderful time with family

Me and my family had a wonderful time here. We took the boat from the Del Carmen port and paid 1600... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
LumpySpace13
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Davao del Sur Province, Philippines
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  • Excellent28%
  • Very good51%
  • Average14%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible7%
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“diving board” (3 reviews)
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Barangay Caub | Del Carmen, Mindanao 8418, Philippines
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Excellent waters for SUP and swimming with stingless jellyfish. It's about 30 minutes boat ride from Del Carmen, which is 45 minutes by car from General Luna. Food served was excellent. We joinedMy Siargao Guide tours to get here.

Thank trizzia710
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Me and my family had a wonderful time here. We took the boat from the Del Carmen port and paid 1600 pesos for the boat to take us to the lagoon and back to the port. The scenery getting there was breath-taking; you'd pass by...More

Thank LumpySpace13
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

One of the best place i visited in Siargao. Different view with a stress free scenery. The experience of jumping from the diving board was really awesome. Worth it to visit with affordable budget.

Thank Roger S
Reviewed April 22, 2017

This place is really something you don't want to miss! The water is so clear, it is absolutely beautiful! There are several resorts that organizes day tours there. I can highly recommend Bravo. Their tours are well organized and food is really good.

Thank MurreJ
Reviewed April 4, 2017 via mobile

Sugba Lagoon is great! We booked a trip for 2000 pesos per person ($40 USD) through Kermit's in General Luna. It was 1 hour van ride to Del Carmen then about 30 minutes by boat to the lagoon. At the lagoon you can hang out...More

1  Thank Tim S
Reviewed April 1, 2017 via mobile

It's a place to see before it gets destroyed by the masses. They already charge so much money for everything. I don't see that this helps the nature. We saw nice islands with palm trees, sand, rocks, caverns, Crabs. But we also saw tons of...More

1  Thank Ste3f-3f
Reviewed March 28, 2017 via mobile

Siargao is no Mauritius or Fidji Islands. Not yet. But they already want the same prices. There are plenty of islands to be visited north of Del Carmen, some with population, some without. What we found is that some are full of plastic dirt and...More

1  Thank Mariloulouloulou
Reviewed January 5, 2017

Catch a boat from Del Carmen through the mangrove swamps of Caob and come to the very picturesque Sugba Lagoon. Great swimming and canoeing in the tranquil waters surrounding the wooden platform. Be sure to arrange food to be taken as it can be cooked...More

Thank Martin W
Reviewed June 24, 2016

We took a van (Php3500 two-way) from our resort (Sandy Feet) to the jetty (about an hour). Then we took a boat (Php1600) to Sugba Lagoon (about 35 mins). The entrance fee is Php100/pax and we also paid a flat fee of Php50 for the...More

3  Thank Shopaholic1963
Reviewed April 15, 2016 via mobile

Except for the 45 mins boat ride, the experience was amazing. You bring with you lunch, a good book, good company and your all set. You would feel like the whole place is exclusively for you.

1  Thank Lorelie J
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