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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
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Went to Iloilo because the flight was on sale and I've never been. I've been hearing about Gigantes Islands for quite some time but nobody was that hyped up about so I expected just the usual island hopping with similar white beaches to be seen....More
One of the reasons we want to go to Iloilo is to see Isla Gigantes. It was a sight to behold. 1st stop Cabugao Gamay. It was fascinating to see the rock formations made as they said by visitors. I thought i need to go...More
We had fun at Gigantes Island Hopping even though it was a quick day tour. We wanted to stay longer but the boat leaves at 3pm. So I suggest to every tourist to stay at least 1 night. And you'll fully enjoy the beautiful place....More
This has been thus far our favorite beach destination (post-Boracay commercialization).
The waters are crystal clear. It doesn't surprise you with sudden dips in the sand when you wade into the waters.
The food is so reasonably priced (too reasonably priced even). I think they...More
This group of islands is stunning and wont be long that its really on the tourist radar.
When I visited I was the only westerner on the tour as the rest were locals.
Places visited were Bantigue Sandbar, Tanke, and Cabugao Camay.
We arrived at Carles , Iloilo mainly to visit the popular Isla Gigantes last week of December . Unfortunately , our island was cut short when the coast guard called all boatman to return to shore immediately because of typhoon Usman. We were visited 3...More
May be done as a joiners day trip (we booked online with Las Islas Travel & Tours) or spend the night in Gigantes Norte (where there are php 1/scallop, according to our guide)... either way, the sea is nice, the islands are scenic, & there...More
Our trip would have been perfect if not for EMILMARV travel and tours ruining it. First tourist guide was not guiding enough. Our group have to ask him first (all the time) of what island we are about to pass and which island are we...More