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We were actually very unprepared when we cam to Guimaras via boat from Iloilo. What was supposed to be a day trip became an over night camping trip in the hidden beaches of Guimaras. You have to take a tricycle from the town and into...More
Convenient to go to because it's near but the path going to the drop off point is kinda steep. I went there with group of friends and we rented a whole jeep to take us there. From the drop off point you have to descend...More
It's indeed a hidden paradise located at a little barangay in jordan guimaras, the area boosts of naturally made white sand beach and a stunning view of islets,which you can swim or kayak during lowtide. It's a 45 minute travel via tricycle and multicabs, most...More
Me and teamates had a team building on this resort. It was a nightmare to us most especially when we remembered the things they did. To enumerate:
1. Expensive drinking water (1 gallon is P150)
2: Entrance fee for overnight is P200/head and P100/head reg...More
It's about an hour from Jordan wharf on a non-stop trip. We decendend from the unloading point to the resort. From the top, the view is breathtaking. It's about a 10 minute decent. When we got to the resort, we chose 2 out of 4...More
Arrived around 1:30PM, the weather is quite gloomy in Guimaras but the beach is beautiful all the same. Not too many people that day since the crowd is in Iloilo for the Dinagyang. If you want to relax by the beach, this is surely the...More
Travel is so amazing! Visits in interesting place in the world are one of my satisfactions. Being an explorer is really great, especially when you are in vacation leave from your work, you have lots of time to visit one of your favorite places that...More
I can't find any word to describe how the island was but one thing am sure and guarantee that if you want to have a real relaxation and leave the stress in your life in just couple of time, BE HERE. If you want an...More
Unspoiled, clean and very calm. Visit the islands with a peddle boat and relax in one of the beach huts.
Entrance fee is 50 pesos per head for a day visit.
Long walk, up and down hill to get there but worth it.