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Isla Gigantes is one of the hottest and best tropical tourist attractions in the Philippines today. Composed of 13 islands--8 of which are lined with pristine white sandy beaches--Isla Gigantes has more to offer than just swimming in its crystal...more
Isla de Gigantes composed of two main islands, Gigantes Sur and Gigantes Norte. I have visited this place twice and stayed on both islands. Don't expect strong data connection here as network connection exist only at some part of each island. As one of the...More
Fantastic! It's a nature's surprise 🙂,Well arranged trip from hideaway tourist inn 👌, the banana boat ride is a memory 🤣, we all love the bountiful scallops dishes, Lagoon experience top it all! Thank you to our boatmen and to our smart guide JED 😉,...More
We are Lucky to visit and explore the 6 hot spot of Gigantes Island. It was amazing Lucky day to Explore the Island of Gigantes🌞🌞🏊♂️😇🏄♂️🌞🌞 (Pulupandan, Cabugao gamay, Bantigue Sandbar, Antonias beach, The little Boracay, Tanke salt water Lagoon). If the weather is very calm...More
I and friend took this MJ Beach Inn to one of the famous tourist attraction of Iloilo, Gigantes Island. It was raining afternoon when we arrived at Estancia Port and took rode of a boat perfect for going to the said Island. It was exciting...More
Joined a day trip with Las Islas Travel and Tours. It is a 1 1/2 hr boat ride from Carles Port. There 5 islands to visit. Lunch is always composed of wasay-wasay (a kind of oyster) and scallops. Just be prepared for lots of sunblock.
Isla de Gigantes, a group of island situated in the municipality of Carles, a town in the northeastern part of Iloilo (147 km from Iloilo City) had long been in the shadow of other popular tourist destination in the region like Boracay. Together with Sicogon...More
Its a good thing to visit these group of islands in Iloilo before the onslaught of tourists that may or may nit ruin it. Unlike Boracay, these islands have virtually no amenities but the natural beauty of each island more rhan makes up for it....More
So many islands to see, so little time...
Went there last May 26-27, 2018 with my family and it was all worth it! It only cost as 1,800 plus per head and we got more than what we paid for.
Different islands offers different things...More
Pros:Clear blue water, pristine white beaches. All visitors are encouraged to keep the environment clean and protected.
Cons: 2-3 hrs by land depending on where you wl come from. Nearer to Roxas City than Iloilo. 1 1/2 hrs travel by boat going to the Island....More