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Dr Ramon ramos :
February 23, 2015 at 4:16 pm
Thank you , now I can plan my itenerary to Iloilo …
January 12, 2015 at 10:45 am
We are from Bacolod, we are looking for a resort that could accommodate us for an overnight or 2 nights stay. We are more or less 20 persons. Could you recommend any resort in Gigantes?
November 27, 2014 at 1:44 am
Hi! We’ll be going to Roxas City this coming Saturday. Our problem is that we have a tight flight schedule: arriving at 11AM in Roxas Airport (11/29) then departing at 11AM on Monday (12/01) in the same airport. But there’s only 1 passenger boat plying Estancia-Gigantes route which leaves between at 2PM. Will we be able to make it? Is there an alternative way to get in & out of Gigantes?
November 1, 2014 at 6:15 pm
Hi Sir, how do i get to Islas De Gigantes from Caticlan?
Marcos Detourist :
November 11, 2014 at 6:23 pm
You can ride a van to Kalibo, then Roxas, then Estancia … and travel by boat to Gigantes.
July 16, 2014 at 1:14 pm
I really wish to visit Gigante Island in Oct 2014. will it be allow to travel to there since is a Typhoon season?
Any recommendation of tours or acommodation?
July 18, 2014 at 2:17 am
Rainy days are likely to happen in October but, not unless there is a clear Typhoon warning from weather agencies, Gigantes is relatively safe to visit and certainly allowed. There are multiple (simple) accommodation options when you reach Gigantes Norte. You can also arrange your island hopping tour there. If you are searching for a place to stay with better amenities, you might want to consider staying at the many resorts in the mainland and just make a day trip to Gigantes on a hired pumpboat.
October 18, 2014 at 8:48 am
The islands are spectacular and not overcrowded. You won’t regret it. By the way , if You want to stay in estancia, check out pa-on beach club. They offer island tours also.
keiffer japeth :
May 18, 2014 at 9:44 pm
Marcos Detourist.. ive been looking into your blogs and i really liked them. hmmn. actually, I used it as a guide in bucari leon.. hmmnn.. sir.. if youre an individual backpacker// will there be any chance for you to di an island hopping around gigantes? please email me sir. :)
June 22, 2014 at 7:42 pm
If you go to the island alone, you could either rent the pumpboat on your own or try to scout the resorts in Gigantes Norte for other travelers and ask if they would be willing to let you join.
March 31, 2014 at 11:42 am
hi po. with ur 3 days ang 2 nights itinerary, you arrived 4pm na po sa Brgy. Lantangan so dun po kayo natulog po? ask lng po sana ako sa mga rates ng mga rooms for accommodation po dun if there’s any,. We’re planning to go there po kasi this May.
April 2, 2014 at 5:03 pm
Yes you have to spend the night at Gigantes. Most of the resorts are located at Gigantes Norte (the next island), you can contact Rosewood Resort for the rates: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rosewood-Place-Resort/401120173260382
March 1, 2014 at 8:38 pm
my friends and i are planning to go to the island this may. ive heard yolanda damaged a lot of gigantes. how is the island today?? is it still good as before?
March 1, 2014 at 11:30 pm
The natural beauty of the islands is still intact. However, I am not sure if the accommodations are already functional. Most of the structures in the island were swept away by the strong winds of Typhoon Yolanda. If you are bringing a tent and planning to camp there, no problem.
If you’re looking for more comfortable accommodations, I suggest staying in mainland Carles or Estancia and hire a pumpboat for a day trip around the islands.
February 17, 2014 at 3:27 pm
I”m planning to visit Gigantes Island alonethis coming Holy week?Any group will go there?Can I be a joiner?Appreciate it much:)Thanks
February 13, 2014 at 5:36 am
I just want to ask what is the best time (month) to visit the islands?
February 14, 2014 at 10:27 am
April or May
judayandryan of VT :
January 7, 2014 at 7:21 pm
@tour_guide – any updates on the island since typhoon yolanda hit Isla de Gigantes?
October 9, 2013 at 11:45 pm
Hi, I have booked a round trip ticket, but the return (Ilo-Ilo to Manila) was I think could give me a problem since my flight schedule is 2:30pm (ETD). Can I catch the flight if the pump boat will leave the Gigantes Island at exactly 7am? What if I try the alternate route which is taking the Roxas City airport going back to Manila, how can I get to Roxas City airport from Gigantes Island? Suggestions are highly appreciated. Thank you very much!
October 4, 2013 at 12:29 pm
Very informative blog.,,thank u for this ;))anyways,we’ll be having our trip here in gigantes on nov 3,,,just an overnight trip and we are 7.and we knew that an overnyt stay is not enough to explore the island so wanna know what’s the best place in there to go to,.prob din po nmin where to stay..,anybody can help us?pls thak u in advance!;)
October 18, 2014 at 9:00 am
Try nyo pa-on beach club sa estancia- paonbeach.com or google niyo paon beach club estancia. They offer different island tours. Hope you read this before your trip.
Enjoy your trip (medyo bitin lang!)!!!
Kelets Calceta :
August 17, 2013 at 6:57 pm
We are planning to rent a a private boat so once we get to the take off point, we’ll just buy lunch and proceed to the islands. How many hours is the boat ride from Estancia to the islands? I think I’ve read it in the post but due to the long thread, I would just like to clarify.
August 17, 2013 at 6:50 pm
Is it possible to go island hopping in Islas de Gigantes as a day tour only? We will be coming from Iloilo City. What’s the earliest bus leaving from Iloilo City, what bus and exactly where? The latest bus from the take off point back to Iloilo City?
July 24, 2013 at 12:52 am
Anyone visiting the island on Aug3~8… I will be there….. I hope to share the tour boat cost… :)
Missy l Sole of Missy :
July 21, 2013 at 2:00 pm
very detailed! nice blog.
June 6, 2013 at 3:02 pm
Im flying in on Jun21 and will be staying until the 25th. I would like to get some information on whereI can stay in Gigantes for 3 days. Thanks!
Klaus Schwettmann :
June 3, 2013 at 4:05 pm
Looks like tom be a great place. having lived in the Philippines (and Cebu) for a long time i wonder why I haven’t hear of this beautiful spot on earth. Wished I could go there!!! Miss the Philippines anyway…
May 27, 2013 at 9:06 am
I plan to visit Gigante islands with my family in July ( 3rd/4th week ) for 3 to 4 days. Please recommend safe and comfy place to stay and things to do….
May 29, 2013 at 9:23 pm
We just explored the islands before this May 2013 ends. The place is worth the long travel from Iloilo City. We stayed overnight but we were able to see all the islands and experience things beyond our limits. With that, i wanna share how we maximized our 30 hours of exploration.
We tried to contact Joel Decano, Tourism Officer of Carles (09184685006/09166690596)days before the trip and everything went smooth and hassle free. Only 5 of us in the group pushed through and 2 of us travelled all the way from Bacolod taking the 615am trip (php 530/roundtrip ticket/pax). After an hour we went directly to Tagbak to get the 9 am Aircon Bus (php 183/pax) to Estancia. The yellow bus was labeled with “free Wifi on board” but wasn’t working at all. But anyways, the 3 hour trip went very smooth and comfortable. Since we arrived around 12 noon at Estancia downtown area, we got our take out lunch at Andok’s before proceeding to the fishing port. There, we were welcomed by our boatmen and started our journey to Islas de Gigantes.(the pumpboat could accomodate 15 pax for php 4500/whole trip inclusive of our roundtrip ride to Estancia-Gigantes plus island hopping without time limit).
The first four islands we stopped over were Pulopandan, Gigantes Sur’s Cabugao Gamay, Antonia’s beach and the Sandbar. They provided us with our personal tour guide/waiter/runner who went with us throughout the trip (tip ranges from a minimum of php 300 and up depending on the tourists’ generosity). Photo opps, swimming, rock climbing and snorkeling were just a few things these islands can offer. We headed off to Brgy. Asluman, Gigantes Norte while the sun sets where the Gigantes Hideaway Inn is located. The villagers there welcomed us with warm smiles and unselfish greetings (we were like celebrities then). The inn was still in the developing stage but the 2 star accomodation was way beyond our expectations since this this place only started a year ago and this was their first summer. Accomodation was only php 200/pax, electricity is up from 4pm til 11pm and is replaced by a generator overnight.
For your meals, the inn offers a wide array of seafoods especially scallops (the island is the scallops capital of Panay) at a very very affordable price. Before getting to bed, we had some few beers which were also available.
At 530am the following day, we fixed ourselves and headed of the to the lighthouse (parola)via a motorcycle for php 60/pax round trip. There, we were greeted by a Spanish old house and ground remains of the old parola. Few feet away is where a modern lighthouse was built and anyone could safely climb up to the tip to see the panoramic view of the gigantes norte island and Masbate on the other side. Afterwhich, we went back to the Inn and prepared ourselves for a caving adventure. We rode thru a motorcycle again for php 20/pax roundtrip to the foot of the mountain/cave. The caving took more than an hour. In this adventure, you had two options. It’s either you go back after reaching the mid part of the cave or continue towards the exit. Our group chose the exit way. With that, we had to do spelunking by climbing a vertical 2 storey wall without harness. But thanks to our guide who patiently taught us the detailed steps on how to do it. Fortunately, we all did it and went out through the exit way. I thought the challenge was over but going down wasn’t easy at all. We have to pass through sharp stones doing some rock climbing maneuvers. Twas tiring but the total experience was unforgettable! Then we headed back to our Inn to prepare for the last island to visit–the “Tangke”.
It took around 30 minutes from Norte to Tangke and upon seeing the place…Wow!!! was very first word I uttered. Twas very beautiful. We stayed there for an hour and went back to our Inn for our lunch. Our total expense for the tour was php 1500/pax (personal boat,accomodation,meals) and remember, we were only five in the group.
We left Gigantes at 3pm and arrived at Estancia at around 430pm just in time for the last Bus trip of the day back to Iloilo.
I strongly recommend Islas de Gigantes!!!
A piece of advise from our boatmen–avoid habagat seasons because seas are rough during these times
May 21, 2013 at 9:12 am
hi guys if you are planning to visit islas higantes.you can drop by in our place before going to the islands, we offer accommodations, food and drinks and also island package tour. we are situated near Bancal port(walking distance) Carles, Iloilo. the boat ride will just take you 45min to 1hr going to islas de higantes. check our page. thank you. :)
Foolish heart :
April 24, 2013 at 8:32 pm
This place is really amusing ILONGGO’s like me should be proud of!
PS: How much will i spend if i will go in this place?
April 5, 2013 at 12:19 pm
I’m planning to go there tomorrow morning by myself. I do really have no idea how to get there and worried much on how much will I spend. I think 1 night is not enough for this place..
March 11, 2013 at 10:36 am
Hello adventurer people arround the world, this island is waiting for you… i can tour you arround the island and discover the secret caves…. 09073174611 for interested…
April 3, 2013 at 9:39 pm
hi,any info about sa accommodation one night only.
April 27, 2013 at 7:20 am
February 17, 2013 at 11:14 am
Hi Marcos, please help me with our itinerary. I’m really bothered if we can make it for a 3D2N trip in Isla Gigantes considering the pumpboat schedule. We’ll be arriving in Roxas around 11:05 am via Cebupacific, and our flight back on the 3rd day is around 11:35AM. Can you suggest an itinerary? Thanks a lot!
February 23, 2013 at 4:25 am
Arriving 11:05am, you’ll have a very slim chance of catching the regular passenger boat on the same day. I suggest spending the night at either Estancia or Carles on your first day then hire a pumpboat the next day to take you to Isla Gigantes and do the island tour. If you do spend the night in Gigantes, you can take the early morning boat back to the mainland on your third day.
March 11, 2013 at 10:28 am
How did you know the trip schedule of passenger boat? are you living in GIGANTE? anyway i admire you being adventurer…. maybe we can meet soon in this island….. i’m from Brgy. Granada, Gigante Norte, Carles, Iloilo…
juliet justado :
February 10, 2013 at 10:29 am
gud am. thank you very much for these very helpful informations. hoping to be here sooner, hopfully with my husband as we celebrate our 13yrs fruitful marriage. i,ve already been to estancia port not knowing that from there, marami na pala pwdng pasyalan. much thanks;)
February 8, 2013 at 2:50 pm
thanks for the helpful tips. would love to be there soon…
naida dicen :
January 21, 2013 at 10:04 pm
good day to the admin..its just am looking for a friend which I’m searching his name, the Island of Gigantes appeared b 4 his name…(BOYET MAGALLANES)he really lives in this island..I wonder if he is the admin….just to say HI!
March 11, 2013 at 10:10 am
Hey, who wants with me in this summer to GIGANTE ISLAND? swimming ability is a must… accomodation is free… kung walang budget sa travel expense??? mag-ipon muna…hehehehehehh may bahay kami doon and my relatives are living there…….
Joanna Marie :
March 24, 2013 at 3:08 pm
Ako pwedi?Im lookin forward to go there din eh.Im from bacolod.How much i can spend kaya?txt me 09187033383
March 24, 2013 at 3:09 pm
txt me 09187033383
April 3, 2013 at 11:34 am
count me in! pls. let me know when :-) siguro nman hindi natin lalanguyin ang buong island :-D
Joseph Reyes :
April 19, 2013 at 7:03 am
I’m quite interested… just keep me updated of the chosen date and if I’m available on the said date I could participate and join the group.. I would really like to stay longer if possible to enjoy and explore the islands.
May 8, 2013 at 12:37 am
Do u guys have a date yet ? Puede ka upod… :-)
October 9, 2013 at 11:58 pm
Hi, patulong sana ko kung anong dapat o pwede ko gawin since ang schedule ko ay may problem. ayoko naman na magspend pa ng another cents para iparebook lang. Please, if you don’t mind, sa email ko na lang idiscuss in detailed or kaya sa text msg. Eto yung email add ko… [email protected] or 09227244872. Hope to hear from you. Thank you.
November 13, 2013 at 4:06 pm
hello gusto ko po pumunta jan by jan 2014 pa naman pero may ticket na ako puntang iloilo. Taga Palawan po ako pwidi po bang patulong nman if saan pwidi mag stay, cinu pwiding kuntakin at kung pwidi sumali sa group tour ng iba salamat. number ko po please pahelp nman 09129129399
December 28, 2012 at 5:23 pm
i will surely love the place…
December 28, 2012 at 5:21 pm
i like this page. very imformative. hope to visit it soon if i have some free time. im from iloilo but never been there yet.
November 19, 2012 at 11:39 am
Hi all, we are going to this beautiful island this coming Dec. 13 – 15. We are only 2 and would love to share the experience and boat expense with fellow travelers also. Anyone interested in joining us?
We are the traveler/backpacker type of people who are just happy wherever we are. In case you are interested, you can email me at [email protected]. Thank you very much.
November 8, 2012 at 8:19 pm
hi! i saw from the post of Kris, that Joel’s family can accommodate people in their place..is there anyone who has a contact number? we are planning to visit maybe last week of December or first week of January.. :) or any suggestions for a place to stay..we are a group of max 10 people..thanks!
ian | going places :
July 12, 2012 at 5:53 pm
@bea: how much is their island hopping through the tourism office and the average per night rate of accomodation in Carles? Thanks!
By the which is much better to Isla de Gigantes via Estancia or Carles?
July 12, 2012 at 5:56 pm
Carles mainland is closer to Isla de Gigantes but there are more transportation options (pumpboats) in Estancia. If you’re commuting, Estancia is the only port with commuter boats that go to Isla de Gigantes. If renting your own boat (pakyaw), Carles is an excellent choice, though, passing through Estancia is also not that bad (especially because it is closer and more accessible if coming from Iloilo City).
May 25, 2013 at 4:56 pm
How long it takes to carles from lloilo airport by taxi. How much is it?
How long from carles to lloilo city and how much ?
June 25, 2012 at 6:47 pm
Good day! We are planning to spend our honeymoon there on April 2013. Can you give me any contact details prior to our inquiries.
Awaiting reply. Tnx po.
Bea Jera :
April 12, 2012 at 3:37 pm
I’ve been to Gigantes twice. On March 2012 I stayed in Paon Beach in Estancia and did a one-day island hopping to Gigantes. I went to the following islands: Gaket-Gaket, Bantigue, Cabugaw Gamay (rock climbing and snorkeling), Antonia (snorkeling), Uaydahon (snorkeling), Tinagong Baybay Daco, Tangke and Balbagon (though we didn’t dock at this island — just a drive-by/sail-by since we were running out of time). Early this week I went back with friends but stayed for 2 nights in Gigantes Norte (decent accommodation at Gigantes Hideaway Inn, they serve meals too and their tap water is potable, you just have to get used to the taste but it’s not that unpleasant). This time around, aside from the islands I already mentioned, we also visited: Tinagong Baybay Gamay, Cabugaw Daco and Balbagon (went down for photo-op and not just a sail-by as before). We went to the parola (lighthouse) via habal-habal (motorcycle) and we also saw how they shuck the deep-sea scallops. The most convenient way to get there is via Estancia. We tried via Carles but the trip is complicated since you ride a bus/van from Roxas to Balasan then jeep to Carles town proper then take a tricycle or habal-habal to the seaport (Bangcal? sorry I forgot the name of the port) if you fail to catch the bus from Roxas that goes directly to Carles seaport. There is a van that goes straight to Estancia from Roxas so its more convenient. Travel time from Estancia to Gigantes Norte is 30 minutes longer than from Carles mainland (or so the locals say, I can’t know for sure because it took us longer to get to Gigantes Norte from Carles mainland than when I came via Estancia, but maybe that’s because the weather was a bit bad when we went through Carles mainland). Contact Carles Tourism Officer — Joel Decano, 0918-4685006 if you want to stay in Gigantes Norte or want to go island hopping. Don’t expect him to answer your call but he will reply if you send him text — this is because they have erratic cellphone signals in the island. Sometimes it takes him half a day to reply to my text but he does reply, just wait. You can also stay overnight in some of the islands but you have to bring all your supplies, especially drinking water since not all the islands have fresh water. Not all the islands have electricity too — and those that have only have it at certain times of the day. The long and winding travel to Gigantes is not for the faint-hearted since the trip by land is a bit daunting (either via Roxas or Iloilo City–I tried both ways) and the sea could get rough — but I’ve seen it as calm as a swimming pool, even the open seas. After a punishing travel to the islands, you’ll get a most peaceful and beautiful reward and I’m sure if you have the time (no flight back home to catch), you’ll stay an extra day or two.
April 10, 2012 at 11:36 pm
very informative. I’m planning to visit Gigantes Island this coming May. I was mesmerized by one of the pictures of my friend she posted on her wall. I think it’s one of the Islands in Gigantes. looking forward for this trip. thanks a bunch.
April 3, 2012 at 8:42 pm
the other day, i mean the nxt day,,
April 29, 2012 at 3:24 am
@Johann I’ve been there last week and the place is really beautiful. FYI: there is a place where you can stay for 150/head. The place is owned by Joel’s family (almost all boatman know him). Electricity is available from 3PM to 11PM and their gen set stays on until you need it. There is unlimited supply of water fresh from the mountains so you can have your shower as long as you want-free of charge. There is no wet market in the area though. They will serve whatever is the catch for the day. The good thing is, you will only pay the amount as priced by the fishermen. There is a “sari-sari” store a few steps away. The resort owner will not ask you for additional charges. You just need to give some amount to the “chef” a hundred or two will be enough.
Once you go for Island Hoping, you can even ask someone or even Joel to deliver your brunch in one of the islands there.
We hired a “pump boat” from Estancia going to Isla Gigantes. We paid 3,500. This is good for a “round trip” travel, including Island Hopping. In our case, we visited 4 Islands and a cave. We hired the pump boat for more than 24 hours for only 3,500.
April 27, 2013 at 7:25 am
hi…how many of you went in that island??how much did u spend per pax????pls send me some info…tnx :-D
April 27, 2013 at 7:28 am
hi kris…can i have joel’s number coz we are planning to go in the island this coming may 4, 2013…tnx
April 3, 2012 at 8:38 pm
i want to have some camp fire in one islet. pwede po bang mgpahatid sa bangka tpos dun nlng ako mg set ng tent tpos sunduin nlng ako ng same boat the other depende sa usapan namin? is it possible? i love camping po kasi..tnx
March 26, 2012 at 3:50 pm
Rebie yes true a big help indeed . With this website , we discover a Prestine Beach of Iloilo …
March 26, 2012 at 10:31 am
..thanks much for this article. i’ve been looking for info on how to go there as i’ve been wanting to go and this is such a big help! ;))
March 14, 2012 at 11:11 pm
Tin , Conception to Estancia is more than 1 hour and Estancia to Gigantes have only 1 trip per day … Iloilo City to Guimaras is around 15 minutes boat
March 14, 2012 at 8:35 pm
and from iloilo city, how long it will take to reach guimaras?
March 14, 2012 at 8:17 pm
would u know if there is a place to stay at isla de gigantes like at least a cottage where we can sleep overnight? my family are planning to get there by lunch from concepcion then proceed for island hopping in the afternoon then rest. thanks in advance.
January 25, 2012 at 10:29 pm
helo. will be there this 27th of jan. we will be leaving iloilo @ 11am. is it still possible to cath-up for the trip to isla?
January 18, 2012 at 4:33 pm
@frances, helo there, i am bit confused what you trying to say and what is the object of “this” due to the absense in any of your sentence. But i have in mind , that you mean there is your trip to Isla Gigante, you may correct me here,another thing that confuses me is what you mean “OK ” . Is it 1. Affordable 2. Convenient 3. less hassle frances
January 18, 2012 at 1:20 pm
hey there! if we do this sa holy week, okay ba ang transpo? any idea? thanks
July 22, 2011 at 3:18 pm
@Kirsten…. youre welcome… you can just put tent in there on the shore or atop of plateau overlooking the beach in Antonio if you wish to spend the night …( you can see Marcus post on Beach Antonia just recently) as long as its strong enough to withstand the Gush .. but I’ m sure most tents do….you can watch you-tube for tips on how to survive the camping on places where there’s no access to food or water and many things…best to spend it with someone else too and you know i prefer to nightcamp during the Full-Moon( new Moon)we will have bigger moon on the last days of July…. and when the sky is clear… much better…
July 22, 2011 at 3:24 pm
We’re used to camping in remote islands here in the Philippines. Might do that again too when we finally push through with our mountain climbing plans :)
Thanks once again! You’ve been a great help! :)
July 22, 2011 at 2:55 pm
@Vic: Good thing I’m not! I’ll take note of your suggestions. :) BTW, is there a place in Gigantes where we can just pitch our tent? If I understood it right, there are no inns for travelers.
July 22, 2011 at 1:18 pm
@Kirsten… i suggest you would eat at the sea food restaurant in San Dionisio..its very very delicious (preska) and very very cheap …try their sizzling squid…. very tasty and sinigang na tanguigi… its just stood right beside the Sea Plus–Fish Factory…in Poblacion … In Estancia… Bayuyan has plenty of restaurant too… where I used to eat sinigang na shrimp….hope youre not allergic to sea foods
July 22, 2011 at 12:45 pm
I appreciate it, Vic! I’m now working on our itinerary, yay! :)
Thanks to Marcos as well. This article is a big help! I’m a fan of his blog! :)
July 22, 2011 at 11:20 am
@Kirsten…. either way works well and it is primarily depend on what convenience you choose from …. if you decided to be closer to Iloilo City on your return… better off to make Carles first and be your last destination is Conception … if you choose your first vacation place is heavy and eventful… follow the Conception-first-Carles-next sequence…
July 22, 2011 at 10:57 am
We have an upcoming trip to Iloilo early next month. We want to experience both Carles and Concepcion. Is it better to go to Carles or Concepcion first? Suggestions please.
Thanks so much!
Boyet Magallanes :
March 17, 2012 at 12:05 pm
if you searching memorable and exciting mountain climbing, try the stone mountain of Langub, Gigantes Island…… almost 900 feet high.. take care….
July 19, 2011 at 2:51 pm
@ristof… make an itinerary..after you have fix the date of trip and duration, quantify the expenses and things to bring… if you take it by plane… its like 1500… by sea..its like the same then…youll get here Iloilo City as entry point… you’ll stay at least one day to simmer down especially when your arrival is in the afternoon… youll stay in the City pension house… that would be like 300 something … youll have party out on the night time 8pm-12am… and you return home in the morning 1am… at dawn 6am you do some jog in bordwalk… and have the breakfast at 8am and check out…as soon youll get to Tagbak Terminal at 10am and ride the Bus to Estancia your arrival is like 1pm,, youll take lunch … you are in once-a-day boat to Gigantes… around 2pm… and get there around 4pm…you still have time to move around and enjoy the beaches… and then at dusk..you’ll buy foods in some stores…and at night… you started to put up your tent and campfire… and you need whiskey to kick in you way to sleep… and so on …
January 24, 2013 at 9:08 pm
March 5, 2013 at 8:31 am
Naida Decin, Hello…. its been a long years since our younger years in college…. Hope to see you again soon….
March 11, 2013 at 10:18 am
Hi, if didn’t forget my real name!!!! just search me in facebook… i can’t give you any number in this public conversation… thanks and GOD BLESS…. take care…..
July 19, 2011 at 1:47 pm
how i wish to visit the place. i’m a lone trekker from bukidnon. surely, this is a very memorable place to visit. iloilo is my father’s hometown. any tip for a solo trekker will be highly appreciated.
July 19, 2011 at 1:46 pm
@celden margarico…. are their any alternative for a less expensive one?— i believe Paon is beautiful because they have this leisure garden chairs right beneath the cliff-deck past the shore….
celden margarico :
July 16, 2011 at 11:34 am
I would recommend you guys to stay at paon beach resort..the place is nice and they got a swimmin pool..its in estancia…they arrange boat rental for groups…cost aroud 6000 pesos for a day tour around the islands….
July 13, 2011 at 9:48 am
@Marcus…you are welcome… and you came just in time just as when I am expecting what is common incidence these past few months . You would notice someone here chronically harassed , verbally abused , character assassinate those who inquire , comments or give a though on your post . Obviously, he/she is here with aim to damage , to discredit , stir trouble and humiliate , disrupting the harmonious and meaningful conversation of certain places, events and everything which is happening in Iloilo … Noticeably , I believe you know who exactly that under-sanctioned person … I maintain to the policy that which necessitates to execute certain degree of civility and sensible inputs, interwove with practical humour and wit …
July 13, 2011 at 2:32 am
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July 12, 2011 at 10:18 am
this is detailed….
One thing to make spring water potable is a 3 drops of potassium hypoclorite in all leading pharmacy …
@mur2s……The place is the best setting for your own personalized Blue-Lagoon Fairy-Tales …. wow ( nostalgia) hahahahaha…
@billy … im sure if you get into this Island…you would personify Jack Black in Gulliver-Travel 2010 kind of guy.
September 3, 2011 at 2:12 pm
that island for me is heaven…i spend my childhood n that place…
Badong Babaran :
October 20, 2012 at 3:28 pm
This place is very nice to have your vacation. ROSEWOOD resort in tabun-ak, Brgy. Granada, Isla Gigantes Norte can accommodate.They have rooms with aircon.
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