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Mar 19, 2011

Guimaras Travel Guide with a side trip in Iloilo

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If you want to detach from the world of technology for a few days to commune with Mother Nature, then going to Guimaras is the best bet.

Guimaras is an island province located in the Western Visayas region. One of the smallest province in the Philippines, Guimaras used to be a sub-province of Iloilo until it was made independent on the year 1992. The lone district of Guimaras is composed of five municipalities (Buenavista, Nueva valencia, Jordan, San Lorenzo and Sibunag) with Jordan serving as the town capital and Hiligaynon as the native dialect.
 in the town proper.


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19 comments:

Chyng said...

wow. bookmarked this for my guimaras trip next month. thanks!

Toni said...

Thanks, Chyng. =)

The Explorer said...

Thank you for this. It's really detailed! :)

Toni said...

^
thanks so much! =)

Mec said...

LOVE THIS POST... love the way you blog (as informtaive as I try to be) since it's really, really helpful

Toni said...

Thanks so much, Mec. I'm glad you appreciate my blog. =) Thanks for dropping by. ^_^

joei ♥ said...

Thanks for messaging me your blog url. This is sooo helpful! Been trying to look for info in other blogs but kulang kulang lalo na the time since I only have a day.

By the way, wanna follow each other on GFC? My blog isn't fully about traveling but I have my share of those, too ;)

www.joeiandme.com

Toni said...

Hi Joei,

Thanks for visiting my blog. Hope it helps. ^_^

Anyway, GFC, meaning Google Friend Connect ba? Hahaha. Sorry I'm not very familiar with GFC,does GFC has other meaning and I'm just confused? Thanks!

Unknown said...

Hi,

I found your Guimaras/Iloilo article helpful. My friends and I, the five of us, will be having a Guimaras/Iloilo 4d/3n trip this June 2012. Hence, I would like to seek your inputs on a few things:
1. Do we need to hire a tour guide and rent a boat to go around Guimaras?
2. How did you visit the different tourist spots in Iloilo? Via jeepney or can you also hire a van? From what I've been reading and based on personal experience, the spots in Iloilo are not close with each other.

Would appreciate your timely response.

Many thanks!

Toni said...

^
Thanks for the compliment. =) As for your queries...

1. You need to really hire a tour guide to go around the town of Guimaras since tourists spots are far from each other. Same goes with the island hopping. Rate is in the touring section of this travel guide. =)

2.Well, we weren't able to visit that much spots in Iloilo but even though, we plan to do it via jeepney. =) It's cheaper. Here's another article I wrote about Iloilo that might help you plan your trip. ^_^
http://officiallyphilippines.com/article/130-a-cultural-historical-and-gastronomical-trip-to-iloilo

Natasha Cayacap said...

How to get there if I am from Cebu City?

Rhen Dumaran said...

What a nice place that belongs to the Philippines. So very nice and beautiful as well.I hope that I could bring my family here to have some bonding time with them.

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Kristal Gatdula said...

best post about guimaras i've ever read. thanks :)

Toni said...

Thanks for the very nice compliment, Kristal! much appreciated. ^_^

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Mark Angelo said...

where was that picture taken? that photo showing tall trees and stuff. kinda look like baguio...

its between the part that says: Kuya Mai phone no and "Importtant Things U need"

Toni said...

Hi Mark Angelo,

It's at the Trappist Monastery in Guimaras.

Roel Bobis said...

I want to go and travel some beautiful places in iloilo do you know any affordable hotels in iloilo?