When I first fell in love with the idea of visiting Siargao, it was because of all the beautiful sights. But when I finally made my way to the island paradise, it seemed that a four-day trip wasn’t enough to try out all the great restaurants in Siargao — let alone in General Luna. (We needed to save some stomach space to fit into our swimsuits, after all!)
Every now and then, I still find myself daydreaming about the amazing food and drinks I had on my trip — plus, all the delicious treats I didn’t get to try! While I’m certain that there are way more must-try restaurants in Siargao, here are 15 that you won’t want to miss out on!
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GENERAL LUNA, Siargao Island (MindaNews / 20 March) – With the tourism-dependent local economy taking a beating from the impact of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic, residents are now trying to rearrange their lives by returning to what had sustained them in years past – agriculture.
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Through his brainchild called “Hardin Ng Pagbabago” (Garden of Change), town police chief Capt. Vincent Wise Panuelos is helping the locals cope with the situation. But Panuelos admitted that even before the Covid-19 outbreak prices of agricultural products were already high amid a thriving tourism industry.
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