Siargao is known as the 'Surfing Capital' of the Philippines. You can find all kinds of waves for any surfer's level, from beginner waves to deep hollow barrels.Seasons:
Siargao is one of the newest spots for kitesurfers in the Philippines. Enjoy the perfect conditions that make kitesurfing an easy and unforgettable experience. Siargao offers conditions for all levels and no matter what you are looking for: from flat-water lagoons to big barreling waves, discover all the small islands around.
Palaka Siargao Dive Center is an international scuba diving and freediving school that comes highly recommended by Bravo Beach Resort Siargao. They teach all PADI diving courses and all AIDA Freediving courses in 4 languages, from beginner to professional levels.
From local and shallow dive sites for beginners to the famous and amazing Blue Cathedral for experienced divers and freedivers, there are many dive sites to discover.
All their instructors are highly qualified by international federations as PADI and AIDA.
Located in General Luna and just 1km away from Bravo, they are happy to welcome you into the underwater world of the Philippine Sea and Pacific Ocean. Palaka's speedboat, equipped with GPS/sonder, radio, life jackets and cooler, will bring you to the best dive sites in just a few minutes.
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Stand-up-paddle boarding (SUP) is fast becoming a popular sport which highly complements surfing by practicing your balance and working on your core body muscles. Paddle out from Bravo and cruise through the General Luna Lagoon to reach Guyam Island, discover the mangrove areas or take it a step further and try to catch some waves. Let us know if you'd like to rent out some SUP's!
If you find SUP to be challenging or you'd rather enjoy a different experience, you can also rent out kayaks in Siargao. The surroundings offer countless beautiful spots to discover. We will inform you on where to rent the kayaks and we can organize a day trip to Malinao or Del Carmen Mangroves.
Siargao is the game fishing capital of the International Game Fishing Tournament - held every April in the municipality of Pilar. The Philippine Deep (trench) is only a few kilometers offshore from General Luna. Go out and try to catch Tuna, Sailfish, Blue Marlin, Mahi-Mahi, Barracuda and many more!