A Tribute to Siargao – Cloud 9 Surfing

A photographic excursion, captured and put together by Holger Bergner. © Copyright, 2011 on all photos and the entire slideshow video. Music: “Fading” by Kon, 2008. 

Siargao is well known as “The Surfing Capital of the Philippines” with a reputation among surfers within the Philippines and the International scene. It was named and made famous by American photographer John S. Callahan, who published the first major feature on Siargao Island in the United States- based Surfer magazine in March 1993, and hundreds of his photos in many other books and magazines since his first visit in 1992. Callahan has put the island on the international map and has drawn thousands of surfers and tourists to Siargao. Cloud 9 also has a reputation for being a relatively cheap destination for surfers with many cheap accommodations and restaurants and bars to choose from. © Wiki

Stumbled upon this video..Loved it…In my bucket list right now..

For bookings go to: http://siargaoislandresorts.com 

The best beach resort in Siargao island and surfing capital of the Philippines

7 Comments Add yours

  1. ~mimo~ says:

    wow, great action videos! Thanks for sharing!


    1. Your welcome..I live here don’t even know the place exist 😉


  2. Thanks everyone for liking my post… 😉


    1. It’s an interesting blog here and I like your writeups. I’ve always dreamed of surfing and still have to do it. Maybe this year 🙂


      1. Thank you Scott for the wonderful comment. Philippine is a wonderful country and you should go visit Siargao one day when time permits.


  3. Malou says:

    Great post, Jenny! I’ve never been to Siargao but has heard of its reputation as haven for surfers. 😉


    1. Will go there one day – in my bucket list 😉


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