CITY GOVERNMENT OF SURIGAO

the city of island adventures

City Hall

Pursuant to Republic Act No. 6134, Surigao was converted to a chartered city on August 31, 1970 with Pedro Espina as its first city mayor.

Zaragoza Rock Formations

Unique rock formations approximately 20 feet high stands out against a backdrop of dense coconut trees and nipa palms ( Nypa fruticans) and covers an area of one hectare.

Basul Island

A tiny island at the entrance of Hinituan Channel with fine white sand mixed with assorted shells rims.

Ipil-Mabua Pebble Beach

A contiguous layer gray of pebbles.

Birok Islet Coral Reef

A small shell beach surrounded by vast mangroves and close to a reef.

Silop Cave

Stalagmites and stalactites dominate the chambers, accessible through its twelve entrances. It is approximately 7 kilometers from the city proper.

San Pedro Cantiasay Footbridge

This wooden footbridge is among the country's longest at 391 meters, connecting Sibale and Nonoc Islands.

How to Get Here?

Means of Transportation
 
From Manila
By Plane (Direct Flight)
PAL
- Daily
 
 
 
From Cebu
By Plane (Direct Flight)
Cebu Pacific
- Daily except Tuesday
By Boat
Cokaliong
- Daily except Monday
 
 
 
From Davao, Butuan, Cagayan and other parts of Mindanao
By Bus
 
- Daily
By Van
 
- Daily
By Jeepney
 
- Daily
 
 
 
Around Surigao
From Airport/Port Area:
 
Transport Terminal/Lipata Terminal
- Multicab/Tricycle
To Island Tour
- Motorized Boat
To Mainland Tour
- Multicab/Van
For more information, contact:
 
Surigao City Airport
Tel. No.: (086) 826-1772/826-3898
 
Surigao City Port
Tel. No.: (086) 826-5233/826-2015
 
City Integrated Land Transport Terminal
Tel. No.: (086) 365-1252/231-6650
 
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