Tampisaw, a Hiligaynon term that means “to frolic” or “playfully wade in the water” is Concepcion’s way of Celebrating Earth Day. The festival is held in Pan de Azucar Island on the fourth week of April.

Known for having the most beautiful seascape in the province, the festivity emphasizes the necessity of conserving our natural resources with activities such as the Fluvial Parade, Agro-Fishery Fair, Motorized Bance Race, Game Fishing Festival, Tree Planting and other environment education activities. The gem of the 3-day event is Mutya sang Tampisaw.

For more information contact Mr. Mario Lazarito, Municipal Tourism Office by telefax: (+63)(033) 329-0309 or mobile phone: +63918-311-952

Text by Province of Iloilo – Festivals and Events Brochure by the Iloilo Province Tourism Office

Tampisaw, a Hiligaynon term that means “to frolic” or “playfully wade in the water” is Concepcion’s way of Celebrating Earth Day. The festival is held in Pan de Azucar Island on the fourth week of April.

Known for having the most beautiful seascape in the province, the festivity emphasizes the necessity of conserving our natural resources with activities such as the Fluvial Parade, Agro-Fishery Fair, Motorized Bance Race, Game Fishing Festival, Tree Planting and other environment education activities. The gem of the 3-day event is Mutya sang Tampisaw.

For more information contact Mr. Mario Lazarito, Municipal Tourism Office by telefax: (+63)(033) 329-0309 or mobile phone: +63918-311-952

Text by Province of Iloilo – Festivals and Events Brochure by the Iloilo Province Tourism Office