The SpaceIt is a house on top of a hill. It has internet and cable connections. In proximity to the city proper. We can arrange for tourism destinations and activities of your preference eg, island hopping, siargao island surfing, diving, among others. We an speak english and could assist you as interpreters in talking to the locals and bargain for souvenir items, foodstuff and other local products.
For the adventure surfers:
One of the best known surfing waves on Siargao and the Philippines, with a worldwide reputation for thick, hollow tubes is "Cloud 9". This right-breaking reef wave is the site of the annual Siargao Cup, a domestic and international surfing competition sponsored by the provincial government of Surigao del Norte.
Notable Beaches in Surigao City:
Mabua and Ipil Pebble Beaches. A contiguous beach of smooth grayish pebbles are its most unique feature. Popular among locals, rental picnic cottages and resorts abound in the area.
Berok Island. Surrounded by vast mangroves as far as the eye can see. This small shell beach is accessible only by motorboat. There is a choice to snorkel in the adjacent reef or explore the labyrinthine mangrove forest.
Basul Island. Visible from any vantage point in Surigao City, this tiny island appears like a lone sentry at the entrance of Hinituan Channel. Fine white sand beach mixed with assorted shells rims a grove of coconut trees.
Panomboyom Beach. Horseshoe shaped white sand beach at the southern tip of Hikdop Island. Beautiful panorama and visible swift currents.
Danawan Island. Straddling in the periphery of Surigao Strait just across Hikdop Island. This unspoilt white sand beach is rich in rare sea shells.
Sibale Island. A mile strip of coconut tree- fringed white sand beach 45 minutes by pumpboat from the city.