Bohol to Siquijor


Overview | Ferry

How to get from Bohol to Siquijor?

Siquijor is one of the Philippines’ most magical islands, literally. It is home to a lot of local legends, and if you talk to the right people, you might even get to know some of them on your visit.

The island itself looks like a fairytale land, with all its golden beaches, turquoise waters, 3-tiered waterfalls, and the 400-year-old “enchanted” balete tree. And because it enjoys fewer tourists compared to other nearby islands, you can have a more intimate time with nature.

The only direct option when travelling the 130km distance from Bohol to Siquijor is by ferry. This ferry journey takes 1.5 hours and tickets start from 960 PHP ($19). Keep in mind that there is only one available ferry daily, and it departs from Tagbilaran City at 10:20.

Ferry from Bohol to Siquijor

Transport modeDurationCostsAvailability
Ferry1h 20m960 PHP ($19)Check ferry tickets

Itinerary from Bohol to Siquijor


  • Bohol (Tagbilaran)
  • 1h 20min
  • Siquijor (Larena)

Bohol to Siquijor by Ferry

Duration: 1h 20min
Cost: 960 PHP ($19)

Oceanjet is the only company that offers daily trips from Bohol to Siquijor. Their schedule is simple: only one trip is available per day. The ferry leaves Tagbilaran Port at 10:20 and arrives at Larena Pier in Siquijor at 11:40.

A ride from Bohol to Siquijor costs 700 PHP ($14) if you buy your ticket at the port or through the Oceanjet website. We don’t think their website is up-to-date though. If you’ll feel more comfortable booking with a trusted platform, you can also do so via BookAway. Their rates are a bit more expensive at 960 PHP ($19), but it’s well worth the easy booking and great customer service. Just click the link below.

Check Ferry Tickets with BookAway

Larena Pier is located 11km from Siquijor’s town center. If you’re not staying in Larena, you can take local transport to your hotel or guesthouse.

Tricycles and motorbike taxis are the most popular way to get around the island. Rates to the nearest guesthouses start at 100 PHP ($2). If your accommodation is located in San Juan (the main tourist area), expect to pay around 500 PHP for a tricycle that can fit 2-3 passengers with luggage.