Iloilo in Western Visayas is a province that deserves more attention. Its capital, the namesake city of Iloilo, has an old-world ambiance and charm where past and present collide. You’ll see distinct, traditional homes and centuries-old churches along with high-rise condominiums and malls. Outside the bustling metropolis are beautiful islands
Iloilo is a vibrant city that is just as developed as many metropolises in the country. There are entertainment, dining, cultural and historical districts within, just a short commute away from the center. The province is also on Panay Island, famed for its many beaches worth exploring for a day
2018 • 07 • 24 Iloilo is a province that has plenty to offer tourists in terms of natural, historical, or cultural attractions. You’ll easily fill your itinerary even if you’re only staying for a few days.
Iloilo is mostly known as the place where you find good mangoes, gentle people, old churches, and ruins of abandoned houses. It is part of the Panay Island in the Western Visayas Region. Isla Gigantes is a group of several islands and islets off the coast of western part of
2019 • 02 • 21 There are many things that Iloilo can be known for, but among its many gems are the nearby islands that are waiting to be explored. Islas de Gigantes has started to claim its own fame the past few years with its fine white-sand beaches and
2019 • 02 • 21 Islas de Gigantes is more likely the beach destination people go to when they visit Iloilo. However, the province has a more pristine and unspoiled group of islands in Concepcion. These islands, collectively known as Concepcion Islands, are 17 islands in northeast Iloilo. These inhabited
2019 • 02 • 21 Are you looking for an island getaway that has the following: fine, bone-white sand, clear waters and beautiful scenery? Gigantes Islands in Iloilo ticks off all these characteristics and then some. You won’t regret visiting this idyllic destination which is gaining popularity but is still
When one mentions Panay, the first thing that comes to mind is the white sand beach and sunsets of Boracay. Boracay is one of the most popular destinations in the Philippines, whether for local or foreign tourists. Because it’s part of Aklan, it also drives tourism in other parts of
2014 • 12 • 07 Each week, we’re stalking Instagram for the best photos that capture our favorite Philippine beaches. Got some amazing snaps to share? Tag them with @philbeaches or #philippinebeachesorg and you just might see it featured here! The week had mother nature posing for all its best selfies! Curious?
2013 • 06 • 25 There are many questions that travel bloggers can answer easily. How to get there. Where to stay. What to do in a certain destination. But if you want them to stop dead in their tracks and give them a hard time, ask them what their