The Curious Cat Travel Guide 2018: Our 4-Day Siargao Itinerary (For Non-Surfers)

Dubbed as the “Surfing Capital of The Philippines”, Siargao has gained attention for its powerful waves, lush greenery and clear waters. Located in Mindanao, this beautiful island is also a home to exciting activities and sights that will cater to non-surfers/non-swimmers. I may or may not know how to swim but I love the beach so much. So if your crew is looking for a place to go this year – here is my 4-day Siargao travel itinerary!

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Literally – My Kind of Bed and Breakfast in Davao

Brunch at The Bourke Hotel, Davao

I will do anything for delicious breakfast food partnered with a clean, relaxing place to stay with nice fluffy pillows – this staycation requirement I recently found in Davao. During my last visit, I stayed at The Bourke Hotel which is located in the same compound as Bondi and Bourke restaurant (Hi Chef Patrick!) – I honestly wanted to stay longer.

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When in Pangasinan: Staycation in Sundowners Vacation Villas

Sundowners Vacation Villas

There are times we get too tired of the hustle and bustle in the city that we look for a place to get away – but (ideally) not too far. We search for a getaway that will not involve a plane ticket – and can bring the whole gang. Well, you’re in luck because somewhere in Bolinao, Pangasinan is this gorgeous Santorini-inspired villa that’s overlooking the harbour. Sending over post cards from Sundowners!

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When in Cebu: Solea Resort in Mactan

When in Cebu

Most recently, I flew to Cebu in an attempt to source more woven bag suppliers. On the same trip, my friend Kate suggested we stay overnight in Solea located in Mactan, Cebu. The resort is handled by the same management of Sand Bar Cebu so I was quite keen to check it out! Rest assured, it was such a fun trip and I am glad I checked it out. Keep reading to see what I loved most about Solea.

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When In Davao: Boat Over To Club Samal Resort!

When in Davao

Most recently, I flew to Davao to celebrate their much-awaited Kadayawan Festival. It’s a whole weekend of festivities, busy street parades, arts and crafts exhibits and of course – a trip to Davao is not complete without a visit to their nearby beach called Samal Island. On my last trip, I got to check out this newly opened resort called Club Samal Resort and this just might be your favorite weekend getaway to date.

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