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Iloilo Islas de Gigantes Island Hopping Shared Tour with Lunch

Iloilo Islas de Gigantes Island Hopping to Cabugao Island
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Tour starts
Bancal Port, Carles, Philippines
Duration
9 hours
Languages:
English, Tagalog
Available:
All year
Minimum age:
None

Description

Immerse in the beauty of Iloilo by going to Islas de Gigantes with this island hopping tour. This island-hopping shared tour is great for meeting new people while exploring the various islands in Carles, Iloilo. The packages includes entrance fees, private boat transfers, seafood lunch, and the help of a guide.

You will meet your guide at Bancal Port Carles. You will register at the tourism office there and fill out some forms. Then, you will be taken to a boat and start your journey to Pulupandan Island with your co-travelers.

Pulupandan Island is usually the first stop in Islas de Gigantes island-hopping tours. It got its name from the Pulupandan trees on the island. There are only 25 square meters of land on the island when the tide comes in. In less than a minute, you can walk from one end to the other. Swim and relax in the area before going to Cabugao Gamay Island, the most popular spot in Islas de Gigantes.

Cabugao Gamay is one of the three small southern islands in Islas de Gigantes. What makes this island unique is the rock formation covered in vegetation. Make sure to take a photo at one of the highest point in the island for the best view of Cabugao Gamay.

Next, you will go to Lantangan Beach where you will eat your seafood lunch with unlimited rice and free coffee. Then, you will go to Antonia Beach, famous for its white sand beach and unique limestone boulders that rise out of the ground around it.

Your next stop is Bantigue Sandbar, perfect for snorkeling and sunset-watching, it has gorgeous white sand and shallow waters that make it easy for travelers to swim all over the island. There are also some unique rock formations that are great for photo backdrops.

After that, you will go to Tangke Salt Water Lagoon for your last stop. This lagoon is also called the Enchanted Lagoon for its mysterious history. According to the locals, the water levels inside Tangke would rise dramatically, as if by magic, on June 24, which is the feast of St. John the Baptist. The lagoon has azure waters and beautiful rock formations, making it a great place to cool off. As a result, it is one of the most popular places to visit in this province. Have fun swimming and cliff-diving before you go back to the port.

Soak in the sights of Islas de Gigantes with this island-hopping shared tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

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Included

Gigantes Island Hopping Day Tour with Tour Guide Assistance and Boat Transfers
Joiner's Group Boat Charter
All Entrance Fees to Pulupandan Island, Cabugao Gamay, Lantangan Beach, Antonia Beach, Bantigue Sandbar, and Tanke (Enchanted Lagoon)
Full Load Lunch (Unlimited Scallops, Rice and Coffee)

Activities

Island Hopping
Water Activities

What to bring

Camera, Phone, Charger, and Power Bank
Extra Money in Philippine Peso Currency
Personal Drinking Water and or Snacks
Personal Medicine
Personal Sanitizing Alcohol and Facemask
Swimming Suit/Snorkeling Gear
Covid 19 Vaccination Card and Valid ID

Good to know

To get the lowest rate available group yourselves into 6 or more and send us a message for a quotation. Bring your own snorkeling gear should you wish to do the activity. Cliff dive at your own risk. Always listen to the tour guide present for guest safety and protection.

Jetski and banana boat are available for advance reservation. Other activities not indicated are to be paid on site should guests want to avail themselves. Some destinations may be changed subject to weather conditions and water current.

The operator may cancel the tour in case of force majeure or unforeseen circumstances like weather conditions. In this case, you will be given the option to reschedule or request a full refund. Note that being late by 15-30 minutes without any advice is considered a no-show. Tour cancellation requests must be made 48 hours before your scheduled tour subject to approval.

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