Welcome to Siargao.
Siargao is a teardrop-shaped island located on the northeastern coast of Mindanao. It is best known as the « Surfing Capital of the Philippines », the island home to white sand beaches, picturesque islands, azure waters perfect for snorkeling and diving, waterfalls, lagoons, and caves. It’s no surprise Conde Nast Traveler readers voted it the best island in Asia—but it also topped the list as the best island in the world.
At the end of each day spent exploring the island, nothing feels better than coming back to the comfort of a spacious, well-equipped room. Palaka “Ocean Adventure Resort” is located between General Luna and Cloud 9. Right in the center of where most of our restaurants and nightly hotspots are located, but still secluded enough and away from noise.
We have 7 fully established rooms in our resort, all of them facing the garden and pool. Each room can accommodate two people, with a king size bed, safety box, free Wi-Fi, small personal fridge and a capacious bathroom with hot water and hair dryer.
For your convenience, we have a large, cozy common area with an amply equipped kitchen, providing our guests with the possibility to cook their own food in a comfortable, chilled out space.
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Scuba Diving & Freediving
As an Official PADI Dive center, we offer all PADI Scuba and Freediving courses from 8 years old to senior.
From shallow dives at Secret Garden to the famous Blue Cathedral in the Pacific Ocean, you will have plenty of options to discover Siargao waters!
Private Surfing Lessons
Want to add surfing to your vacation bucket list?
We have everything you need – from surfboard rentals and surf guiding, individual lessons with some of the most experienced Filipino surfers, to exciting surf trips and photo shoots in the water.
We really mean it when we say « Discover, learn and enjoy ».
Our excursions are not limited to diving and snorkeling, but we have a whole range of trips for you, your friends, family and kids to experience the beauty of Siargao Island and the Pacific ocean – inquire within!