Gigantes Island Private Tour
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The Gigantes’ Private Tour is an excellent option for you if you are traveling with your family, with a special someone, or simply if you are with a huge group of 15 people or more. You will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the individuals who are important to you while you are on island hopping.
Island Hopping Tour
Generally, here are the inclusions of the joiners’ package in Gigantes Island:
- hopping to various islands/attractions
- lunch “overload”
- tour guide
- entrance fees
- environmental fee
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The Dinagyang Festival, La Paz batchoy noodles, Jaro Cathedral, and the beautiful Gigantes Islands are some of the lures that attract travelers to the province of Iloilo.
Officially called Islas de Gigantes, Gigantes Island is a must-see for any traveler, especially those who have already been to Boracay, El Nido, Coron, Port Barton, San Vicente/Long Beach/Port Barton, and Puerto Princesa.
The town of Carles in Iloilo is where Gigantes Island is.
Visitors will love the place’s clean beaches, jagged rock formations, and blue waters. It has Gigantes Norte and Sur, as well as Cabugao Gamay, Pulupandan, Bantigue Sandbar, and Antonia Beach.
Gigantes Island will allow you to enjoy beach walking, island hopping, visiting a historic lighthouse, and taking a 360-degree panoramic view of the sea. You can also enjoy swimming, exploring the caves, and going spelunking.
The island resort of Cabugao is beautiful. Its location is characterized by two rocky outcroppings connected by a thin “sandbar” that juts out into the water. The island’s small shape, with lush vegetation at one end and stunning rock formations at the other, has made it famous, and not just among locals (“Gamay” means small in the local language).
Island hoppers and day-trippers make up the vast majority of the island’s tourists.
Take a dip in the turquoise waters, or just relax on the white sandbar that runs down the middle of the island for a true island getaway.
The beach is dotted with palm trees, which offer welcome relief from the midday sun.
A photo taken from the highest point on Gigantes will forever remain the most recognizable photograph of the island. Famous views may be seen at the summit of the short but steep bamboo stairway.
Tourists flock to a particular spot on Cabugao Gamay known as “selfie island” because it provides a perfect vantage point for taking images of the island and its surroundings.
You’ve found the natural pool that Gigantes Island conceals behind its towering limestone cliffs. The water is as brilliantly turquoise as that in the lagoons of El Nido and Coron on the island of Palawan.
Bantigue Island is another fantastic spot for swimming and sunbathing, thanks to its long, white sandbar.
This is a stunning beach where some large stones appear to have been heaped on top of each other along the beach coastlines, making this island easy to recognize.
A solitary coconut tree marks the geographic center of Pulupandan Islet. Although this islet is a bit rough, its surrounding area is beautiful.
The white sands of this tranquil area have been compared to those of Boracay Island, from which its name derives. There are small cliffs at the beach that drop out into the pristine waters.
Mini Boracay is a small beach with soft, fine sand that has earned the nickname from the locals. About 30 square meters of sand is all that’s available, making this literally “mini” in every sense of the word. Nevertheless, despite being small, the locals take small pride in this little white sandy beach.
Private Tour in Gigantes Island
Gigantes Island Private Tour
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