Getting to Siargao
How to get to Cloud 9, Siargao, Philippines. For international guests, the best option is a flight to the capitol Manila and from there with the new daily direct flights to Siargao with SKYJET. As the name suggests, SKYJET uses jet powered airplanes, which means you are on Siargao in just a little more than one hour. The fee for carrying a surfboard from Manila to Siargao or the other way around is ₱1,200 each way and a maximum of 5 surfboards can be carried per flight. You can book your flight here.
The other option are two additional airlines which offer flights from Manila to Siargao, however, they will all make a stop in Cebu, which also is an International Airport and you can fly directly there from Bali, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and South Korea without having to go to Manila, although the airport is known for delays, so it would be best to avoid it.
Be aware there is usually a check-in luggage limit so you may be able to upgrade your allowance at the time of booking. If you are bringing surfboards you need to check the box for Sport Equipment and usually pay a small surcharge.
There is also the overnight large passenger boat option from Cebu to Surigao City with Cokaliong Shipping Lines. The ferry usually departs Cebu daily and a private cabin can be booked in advance.
Van transfer from Sayak Airport, Siargao to Cloud 9 takes about 45-60 minutes. Van transfer from Dapa pier on Siargao to Cloud Nine takes about 30-45 minutes.