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Iloilo Tours

Iloilo Tours

Explore the many treasures of Iloilo with these tours. Hop around the pristine islands of Islas de Gigantes, taste authentic local cuisine like La Paz Batchoy, marvel at historical sites like Miagao Church, and experience the vibrant Dinagyang Festival.

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What are the top tourist spots in Iloilo?

Your trip to Iloilo won’t be complete without a visit to its most renowned tourist spot, the Islas de Gigantes (Gigantes Islands) in Carles. This group of islands is well-known for its secret caves and lagoons, amazing beaches, and gastronomic seafood lunch buffets. The popular landmarks in Iloilo City are its century-old churches and ancestral homes such as the Molo Mansion and Molo Church, Miagao Church, and Casa Mariquit. Outside the city, you may pay a pilgrimage visit to Garin Farm, which became famous for its replica of heaven. 

When is the best time to visit Iloilo?

Iloilo is a good year-round destination. However, to avoid rain, it is best to visit during the dry and summer season from November to May. Its most popular event is the Dinagyang Festival, which happens every 3rd or 4th Sunday of January.  

How much time should I spend in Iloilo?

We recommend staying at least 3 full days to explore what Iloilo has to offer. You’ll need at least a day or two to visit the heritage sites and other attractions of Iloilo City and another day to explore Islas de Gigantes.

What other destinations are near Iloilo?

Iloilo belongs to the Western Visayas Region and is very near to other stunning provinces in the Philippines. If you have more time, we suggest visiting its equally beautiful neighbors such as Guimaras, Bacolod, Aklan and Roxas City in Capiz.

Is it safe in Iloilo?

Iloilo is safe for travelers, both local and international explorers. The Ilonggos are very warm and friendly and will make you feel welcome in their hometown.