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Title: Siargao Isle Making Waves Worldwide
Post by: hubag bohol on January 13, 2013, 08:45:17 AM
Manila Bulletin – Fri, Jan 11, 2013


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DAPA, Siargao Island, Surigao del Norte - The famous ''Paradise Island'' of Siargao, the Philippines' surfing capital, was recently cited as one of Southeast Asia's top tropical wonderlands by Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia.

The prestigious magazine with its corporate headquarters in Hong Kong has included Siargao in its list of ''8 Ultimate Islands.''
Title: Re: Siargao Isle Making Waves Worldwide
Post by: hubag bohol on January 13, 2013, 08:45:53 AM
Similarly, Siargao has been named as the eighth best surf spot in the world by CNNGo, the travel website of the Cable News Network.

The global media network based its ranking from the list of the world's 50 best surf spots compiled by Jade Bremmer, an avid surfer who has surfed many surfing locations in the world.

Siargao is also included in the ''Destinations to watch in 2013'' by Condè Nast Traveller, a well known travel magazine based in the United Kingdom. Particularly mentioned is Dedon Island in Siargao, a high-end resort operated and owned by contemporary world-class furniture brand Dedon.

All these recognitions have further encouraged officials of this northeastern-tip province of Mindanao to boost their effort in putting more state-of-the-art infrastructure to be able to meet the needs of tourists, both foreign and domestic.
Title: Re: Siargao Isle Making Waves Worldwide
Post by: hubag bohol on January 13, 2013, 08:48:00 AM

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Siargao Island faces the Pacific Ocean and the Philippine Deep, the second deepest water in the world.
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