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The setting of this lighthouse is stunning high up on cliffs as one would expect of a lighthouse. The view of the Guisi Beach below is also stunning.
This is an 18th century Spanish-colonial lighthouse built beside the beach. It was built to guide ships...More
The location was farrrr! Bring your patience with you and handkerchief coz its a bumpy ride since the road are still being constructed. Ruins to greet you and a scenic view to pose and enjoy.
Along the light house there is a beach as you...More
Guisi lighthouse is one of the places in guimaras to visit if you want instagrammable photos. The ruins sorrounding the lighthouse is a beautiful venue to capture photos. It is a 30min to 40min ride from the wharf, and a little walk uphill, and a...More
Yes, it is far but the views are fantastic. Fresh air. You can buy some souvenirs in the area after taking lots of pictures. Hopefully the local government will improve the roads to attract more tourists.
Is it far? Yee, it hella far from the ports. Takes a lot of time to reach it. Its great to make the last destination of your trip. If your an insta boi, it give great shots of nature reclaiming the land. 8 out of...More
this is an interesting light house with great views of the sea. the light house was built by the spanish but there is also a modern light house in place. visit the beach just a few hundred meters from the light house which is very...More
The simplicity of the place made me appreciates its beauty. The ruined building adds to the nostalgic view of the lighthouse. The white sand Guisi Beach, a walking distance from the lighthouse is also scenic.
yes guisi light house is just beside the guisi clear waters
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Capt Mark O
Guimaras Day Trip (1 Reply)
I went to Guimaras island over the weekend for a daytrip. This may help other travellers who will come later. The banca (outrigger boat) departs from the Ortiz Pier of Iloilo every few minutes during the daylight hours. Fare is P14 for a 15 minute channel crossing. In Jordan, Guimaras it is a good idea to register with the local tourism office also in the Jordan Pier. Some touts will try to go with you in hope that you choose to hire their vehicle for the day. The tourism staff member will...More