One of the must-see destinations in the mystical province of Siquijor is the San Isidro Labrador Church in the town of Lazi. The parish church is located just off the Siquijor Circumferential Road. The Lazi parish was established by the Augustinian Recollects in 1857. Father Toribio Sanchez, O.A.R., administered the construction of the church and the convent. It was made of coral stones and hard wood. Filipino artisans completed the church in 1884 and the belfry the year after. Pursuant to the provisions of Presidential Decree No. 260 issued by President Ferdinand E. Marcos on August 1, 1973, as amended by Presidential Decree No. 375Read More →

Location: Lazi, Siquijor Types: Block, Segmented, Tiered One of the famous and scenic destinations in the mystical island of Siquijor is the Cambugahay Falls. Located in the town of Lazi, Cambugay Falls is a waterfall that can be reached through a steep, stone stairway. With its three falls neatly separated from each other, it thus provided wider pools to frolic on. How To Get There: From Manila: take any Dumaguete-bound flight of PAL and Cebu Pacific. From Dumaguete: take a Siquijor-bound ferry. From Siquijor: take a multicab or jeep going to Lazi. From Lazi: hire a habal habal going to Cambugahay. Note: This is partRead More →