Affordable Siargao Airbnbs


After being named as one of the world’s greatest places in 2021, Siargao is probably on the lists of many future travellers planning their next destinations now. It’s no wonder why, given its paradisiacal, remote location with all the wonders of nature to see on the island.

And good news for prospective travellers too: you can actually book Airbnbs from as low as P500, complete with luxurious amenities. Here are 10 aesthetic Siargao Airbnbs that will make small staycations lowkey extra.


From P500 – P1,000/night



1. Ryan’s Jungle Room and Private Bath – near surf spots & beaches


Siargao Airbnbs - Ryan’s Jungle Room and Private Bath
Image credit: Ryan 

Surfers or those who want to learn surfing may want to check out Ryan’s Jungle Room and Private Bath (P559, ~USD11.13 per night). It’s near many surf spots in the island such as Cloud 9, Quicksilver, and Tuason Point, as well as many known beaches in Siargao, perfect for visitors who want to make the most of Siargao’s waters. The host also provides surfing lessons!

Aside from its accessibility, the spacious accommodation good for one guest is also decorated with creative touches, giving the room an industrial chic vibe.

Siargao Airbnbs - Ryan’s Jungle Room and Private Bath
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The private bathroom is also thoughtfully executed – all the wooden, green, and concrete elements blend together seamlessly to ensure that you’re well pampered even when taking a shower. 

If you are famished after a day on the waves, browse the kitchen bar menu and place your order, so the staff can deliver them straight to your room. 

Book Ryan’s Jungle Room and Private Bath here.


2. Jaz’s Native Fan Unit – located between Cloud 9 and General Luna town center


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Jaz’s Native Fan Unit (P571, ~USD11.39 per night) an affordable stay in Siargao. For one, while it’s not directly across from a beach, it’s located between the famous Cloud 9 and General Luna town center, making this accessible to many touristic areas yet far enough for travellers who want some peace and quiet during the night. 

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Each unit, good for two, is housed inside a small pod in bahay kubo style. There’s no aircon, however, but this means guests can truly enjoy a vacation immersed in natural surroundings.

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You can cook in the kitchen, and in the common area, you can get a chance to mingle with other travellers or enjoy a hammock by yourself. 

Book Jaz’s Native Fan Unit here.


3. Gabriel’s Verde Unit – minimalist nipa-hut style bungalow


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Complete with one bedroom for two, one private bathroom, and a small balcony with swing, Gabriel’s Verde Unit (P800, ~USD15.95 per night) covers all the basics. 

But while it’s a simple, humble unit, it doesn’t forget to be creative, you can enjoy a humble but creative living inside its walls which are painted in white. The unit is also surrounded by plants, giving the space that signature chic, bohemian island vibe associated with Siargao. 

You may enquire with the host to arrange for motorcycle rentals, perfect for travelling to and from nearby Cloud 9.

Book Gabriel’s Verde Unit here.


4. Lokal’s Tawi-Tawi Room – modern & earthy


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Nipa hut-style accommodations abound in Siargao, so if you want to book a place that’s a bit more unique among the rest, Lokal’s Tawi-Tawi Room (P750, ~USD14.93 per night) is a refreshing mix of modern and earthy elements that emphasize heavy concrete blocks adorned with wood and greenery.

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It has one bedroom, and the bathroom is shared with only one room.

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You can work on your own or just relax while soaking in the view of nature at the room’s private terrace. But if you want to socialize, there’s a snackbar which serves locally sourced meals, and a communal kitchen space that comes with basic utensils.  

Book Lokal’s Tawi-Tawi Room here


From P1,000 – P2,000/night



5. Catharina’s Makulay Resort Unit – beachfront room with private entrance, balcony, bathroom


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For travellers who want to be truly away from the hustle and bustle of the crowd, Catharina’s Makulay Resort Unit (P1,200, ~USD23.94 per night) has all the privacy you need without breaking the bank.

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About a 30-40 minute scooter ride from General Luna, the unit, good for two, is equipped with its own entrance, balcony, and bathroom.

Siargao Airbnbs - Catharina’s Makulay Resort Unit
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Not only is it complete with these facilities, it is also located across from a beach, giving you unforgettable views of Siargao’s waters. 

And while it’s far away from the town center, you don’t need to worry about access to restaurants, as there is one conveniently located on the site that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Book Catharina’s Makulay Resort Unit here.


6. Tarzan’s House Kala Room – located inside a treehouse made up of glass and nipa


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To truly live close to nature, you can actually stay at a house that has two living palm trees inside.

Siargao Airbnbs - Tarzan’s House Kala Room
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Experience this type of living at the glass and nipa Tarzan’s House, where a room called Kala (from P1,100, ~USD21.89 per night) can accommodate up to 3 guests with its spacious bedroom that also comes with an air-con for whenever you’re feeling sweaty. 

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Aside from a bedroom, there’s also a living room with a sofa, television, and small fridge, making this a good deal considering its affordable price. To top it all off, it’s near many restaurants and popular surf spots in the island, such as Tuason Point and Cloud 9. 

Book Tarzan’s House Kala Room here.


7. Wemar’s Pacifico Surf Bayay’s Lucod Room – for a homestay experience north of Siargao


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Surrounded by tall coconut trees, Weimar’s Pacifico Surf Bayay is a home away from home. For only P1,200, ~USD23.90 per night, you get to stay at its spacious Lucod Room, good for two, built inside a two-storey nipa hut-style house. And in case you’re staying during summer season, the room’s air-con will always come in handy.

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It’s situated near the beaches of Pacifico, and the host can arrange for lessons for those who want to learn a thing or two about surfing.

Book Wemar’s Lucod Room here.


8. Mao Mao Surf’s Jungle Hut – surf-inspired room


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Image credit: Marco

Housed inside a hut with a native-style roof, each room at Mao Mao Surf (P1,004, ~USD19.98 per night) is inspired by surfing, as it’s even adorned with a surfboard that will truly make you feel at home in Siargao. 

Siargao Airbnbs - Mao Mao Surf’s Jungle Hut
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And while the room is small, it’s equipped with a private bathroom complete with a heater and sink, so you can really feel refreshed after taking a bath.

Siargao Airbnbs - Mao Mao Surf’s Jungle Hut
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Remember to take advantage of the host’s laundry services – you could then allocate the time for touring more of Siargao instead. 

Book Mao Mao Surf’s Jungle Hut here.


9. Soultribe Glamping Tent – tent with a queen bed and cozy pillows


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For those who want a glamping experience, you can sleep under the stars at Soultribe Glamping Tent (P1,506, ~USD29.99 per night), elevated on a wooden deck with a queen bed and cozy pillows.

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The property’s common open-air lounge is where you can relax on hammocks and couches and mingle with fellow travellers.

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If you’re planning a long stay from weeks to months, you can supplement your days with their yoga lessons on their deck with oceanfront views and arrange for surfing lessons with a local surf guide. 

Book Soultribe Glamping Tent here.


10. Izustrarri’s Lubi Room – surrounded by a forest and the Pacific Ocean


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If you are looking to truly unplug from your day-to-day and be surrounded by nothing but nature on your Siargao travels, Izustarri’s Lubi Room (P2,629, ~USD52.37 per night) is a room with a view of all the wonders of the island. Located on the northeastern corner of the island, it’s nestled among tall coconut forest trees and across from the Pacific Ocean. 

Being off the grid, it also generates electricity through solar panels, giving your stay an eco-friendly touch. And while it seems distant, the bed and breakfast is actually only a few minutes away from the surf spots and white sand beaches of Pacifico, Burgos, and Alegria.

Siargao Airbnbs - Izustrarri’s Lubi Room
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Built of concrete, wood, and glass, the air conditioned room can fit two guests in two beds.

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You won’t run out of views as well, as the building in which the room is located has a rooftop that overlooks everything, perfect for stargazing.

Siargao Airbnbs - Izustrarri’s Lubi RoomImage credit: Izustrarri

Book Izustrarri’s Lubi Room here.


Siargao Airbnbs from as low as P500+


A holiday in Siargao may not easily seem affordable for some, but your P500+ can actually go a long way when it comes to accommodation. 

From a spacious room inside a treehouse to a room with views of the Pacific Ocean, you can surely make the most of your stay in one of the world’s greatest places.

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Cover image adapted from (clockwise from top left): Ryan, Izustarri, Tarzan’s House, and Tracy

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