Siargao Palm Tree Swing

Siargao is by far the most palm-tree covered island I have ever seen in my life. And there is one particular palm tree in Siargao that has gained the love and admiration on the internet.

So how do you get to this Siargao palm tree swing? Where exactly is it located? How much does it cost to swing from it? Here is everything you need to know about visiting the famous Siargao palm tree swing in the Philippines!

Siargao Palm Swing

Maasin Bridge – Palm Swing Location

Where is the Siargao palm tree swing located? The palm tree swing is located just a short walk down Maasin Bridge on the Siargao Circumferential Road. The bridge is easy to spot and due to the recent popularity of the location, the palm tree swing now even has it’s own location on Google maps, here. The palm tree swing is named ‘Baliko’ on the map.

On the top map you can also see where to park your scooter for a small fee. Once you park at the parking lot, walk down the road to the bridge and take the path that goes under it. There you’ll pay an entrance fee of PHP 25 per person. This entrance fee is only for walking into the area. If you want to swing off the palm tree, you’ll have to also give an (obligatory) donation. We gave PHP40 for one person.

Maasin River Bridge

Siargao Palm Tree Swing

Once you arrive to the palm swing, you can also opt to rent a boat near the entrance. The cost of these boats is very hefty, at PHP500 per person. The price was the same if you wanted to rent it for 10 minutes or 1 hour. Which is why we decided to skip it.

A good expectation to manage is that swinging off a palm tree is anything but easy. I’ve done it once in Sri Lanka and must admit I got pretty scared. On this Siargao palm swing only Mike dared to climb it and swing off. I just watched and took pictures 🙂 You’d be surprised how many people attempted, only to splash right in the water without even swinging once. Definitely requires a bit of upper body strength! But if you’re in great shape and a little bit of a dare-devil, then this palm swing adventure will be just what you need when you visit Siargao!

Siargao swing
Siargao Palm Swing
Palm Swing Philippines

I, Wanderlista is a blog written by Patricija, a Slovenian girl based in Sweden. Patricija is a travel writer on a mission to see every single country in the world. A marketer by trade and a traveler by heart, Patricija loves discovering new corners of the globe, photographing and sharing stories and tips for anyone wanting to get inspiration or needs help to plan the ultimate vacation.

Comments:

  • Kanupriyaa Choudhary

    September 15, 2020

    Wow your photography is amazing, I would love to visit this place soon, it looks so gorgeous!

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  • September 11, 2020

    That looks gorgeous inland and from up above. Nice pictures (as always). Not sure I’d be brave enough to go on the swing either hahaha

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  • September 10, 2020

    Beautiful photos! I’ve always wanted to try something like this but I’m not sure if I’d be brave enough either!

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      • September 11, 2020

        It looks beautiful! Cant wait to visit Phillipines and find Siargao swing. I’ve seen these swings only in Instagram. It must be so much fun!

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