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Gigantes Island

Joiners’ Package

    You can purchase the Joiners’ Package, which entails sharing the boat with other joiners or visitors so that while you are having fun island hopping, you also have the opportunity to meet people traveling from different parts of the world and experience their cultures.

    Keep in mind that in order to participate in the Gigantes Joiners’ Tour, you will need to arrive in Carles at an early hour on the day of your tour. Because of the journey duration and the limited boat schedule traveling to Gigantes (if you are coming from Roxas City or Iloilo City), you need to plan your trip carefully. Another good option is to arrive in Carles a day in advance before your day tour.

    The Iloilo-Gigantes Tour, on the other hand, takes care of practically all of the planning for you. Your only responsibility is to kick back and take in the sights during the tour.

    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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      Gigantes Island

        The Dinagyang Festival, La Paz batchoy noodles, Jaro Cathedral, and the breathtaking Gigantes Islands are some of the major attractions in the beautiful province of Iloilo in the Philippines.

        Gigantes Island, also known by its official name “Islas de Gigantes,” is a magnificent destination that should not be missed by any traveler but is particularly recommended for those who have already been to Boracay, El Nido, Coron, Port Barton, San Vicente/Long Beach/Port Barton, and Puerto Princesa.

        The town of Gigantes can be found in Carles, which is a municipality in the province of Iloilo.

        The destination is known for having beautiful beaches, craggy rock formations, and clear water that attract a lot of tourists. It encompasses Gigantes Norte and Sur in addition to Cabugao Gamay, Pulupandan, Bantigue Sandbar, and Antonia Beach.

        Beach strolling, island hopping, visiting a historic lighthouse, and taking a panoramic view of the sea are just some of the activities that can be enjoyed on Gigantes Island, as well as swimming, caving, and spelunking.



          Cabugao Island is a stunning destination. A slender “sandbar” juts into the water and connects two rocky outcroppings that make up its site. Gamay, meaning small in the local language, refers to the island’s diminutive size, accentuated by its opposite end’s spectacular rock formations and lush vegetation.

          The great majority of island tourists are day visitors and island hoppers.

          For a genuine island getaway, swim in the turquoise waters or simply unwind on the white sandbar that runs through the island’s center.
          There are numerous palm trees along the beach, which provide welcome shade from the midday sun.

          The most famous image of Gigantes will always be one taken from the highest point on the island. The short yet steep bamboo stairway’s peak offers famous vistas.

          Because it offers the ideal vantage point for shooting pictures of the island and its surroundings, tourists throng to a certain spot on Cabugao Gamay, dubbed “selfie island.”

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          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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