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Gigantes Island Package Tour

Gigantes Island Tour Package


Joiners’ Package

Island Tour
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Gigantes Island

Island Hopping

    Generally, here are the inclusions of island hopping packages in Gigantes Island:

    • Island hopping
    • lunch overload (with “unli” scallops)
    • tour guide
    • entrance fees
    • environmental fee

    Tour Packages


      You have the option of purchasing the Joiners’ Package, which entails sharing the boat with other joiners, or tourists, so that as you take in the sights and fun of island hopping, you also have the chance to talk to and learn about the customs and traditions of people from other parts of the world.


          The Gigantes’ Private Tour is an excellent choice for you whether you are traveling with your family, with a significant other, or with a large group of people (at least 15 people). You will have the opportunity to share the memorable moments of your island-hopping adventure with the individuals who are important to you.


              There is a Tour Package that will take you from Iloilo to Gigantes for island hopping and bring you back at a later time of the day. This package is available to you if you will be staying in Iloilo. It is convenient, and there is no need for you to worry about missing the transport schedule.

              Those who want to have a holiday that is free of stress may consider purchasing this package.

              It is important to keep in mind that in order to be accommodated on the Gigantes Joiners’ Trip, you will need to arrive in Carles at the beginning of the day of your tour. You will need to make careful preparations for your trip due to the length of the journey and the restricted boat schedule in order to reach Gigantes. On the other hand, practically everything will be taken care of for you if you go on the Iloilo-Gigantes Tour. You are free to sit back, take it easy, and enjoy the ride.

              Gigantes Island

                The province of Iloilo, which is also home to the Dinagyang Festival, the La Paz batchoy noodle dish, and top churches like Jaro Cathedral, is home to the famous Islas de Gigantes, also known as the Gigantes Islands.

                Islas de Gigantes is an attraction that should not be missed by any tourist who travels to the Philippines. This is especially true for travelers who have already experienced the beaches and islands of other prominent Philippine attractions, such as Boracay and El Nido in Palawan (El Nido, Coron, Port Barton, San Vicente/Long Beach, and Puerto Princesa).

                The breathtaking island of Gigantes is located off the coast of the town of Carles in the province of Iloilo.

                Some of the alluring aspects of the location, such as its expansive stretches of white sand, craggy rock formations, and blue waters, will definitely be admired by visitors after they have arrived at the destination. It is made up of a number of beautiful islets and islands, including the Cabugao Gamay, the Pulupandan, the Bantigue Sandbar, and Antonia Beach. It is also made up of the two huge islands of Gigantes Norte and Gigantes Sur.

                On Gigantes Islands, there is a wide variety of things to do, such as enjoying a leisurely stroll along the beach, going island hopping, visiting the historic lighthouse, and taking in the spectacular view of the ocean from all 360 degrees. You also have the option of going swimming, caving, or spelunking throughout your stay.

                Isla Gigantes is a small island located in the Philippine province of Iloilo. It is known for its broad sandbars, beautiful rock formations, and powdery white sand beaches. It is said that the skeletons of huge humans were found on the island of Isla Gigantes, which is now a well-known tourist destination in the province of Iloilo.


                  CABUGAO GAMAY

                  The island resort of Cabugao is a stunning place to visit. It is distinguished by having two rocky outcroppings joined by a thin “sandbar” that juts into the ocean at its location. The name “Gamay” comes from the local language and means “small” in that tongue. The small shape of the island, with lush vegetation on one end and spectacular rock formations on the other, has helped to make it famous, not just among locals.

                  The great majority of tourists that visit the island are day-trippers and island-hoppers.

                  For a true island getaway, go for a sandbar in the azure waters or kick back and relax on the stretch of white turquoise that runs down the island’s center.
                  Palm trees are scattered along the beach, providing some welcome shade during the heat of the day.

                  The most iconic shot of Gigantes will always be the one that was taken from the highest point on the island. You may take in some well-known vistas at the top of the very short but relatively steep bamboo ladder.

                  The spot on Cabugao Gamay, referred to as “selfie island,” draws many tourists every day because it is an ideal vantage point to capture photographs of the island and the area around it.

                  Tangke Lagoon

                  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/Sandbar

                  Bantigue Island is another fantastic spot for swimming and sunbathing, thanks to its long, white sandbar.

                  Antonia Beach

                  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.

                  Pulo Pandan

                  A solitary coconut tree marks the geographic center of Pulupandan Islet. Although this islet is a bit rough, its surrounding area is beautiful.

                  Hidden Beach

                  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

                  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.

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