Isla de Gigantes is located 18 kilometers off the coast of Carles and Estancia of Iloilo Province. Isla de Gigantes it is divided into two groups: Gigantes Norte and Gigantes Sur, and is composed of 10 islands: Balbagon, Cabugao Daku, Cabugao Gamay, Waydahon, Bantigue, Bulubadiang, Gigantillo, Gigantona, Ojatras and Gakitgakit Island. Isla de Gigantes was once called Sabuluag, but during the Spanish era, legends say that coffins found inside the caves contained giant bone set, that’s why the name of the island was changed to Islas de Gigantes. Today, giants are nowhere to be seen in the place. All that is left is a pristine beaches and interesting system of caves. The most famous part of Isla de Gigantes is the Tangke Salt Water Lagoon, a natural salt water pool, surrounded by steep rock formation. Just don’t be loud when Continue reading
Bahay-Bakasyunan sa Camiguin is a tropical resort nestled in one of the Philippines’ most captivating islands. Camiguin‘s natural heart is revealed in the unique setting of the resort, which highlights its quaintness and unparalleled beauty.
A place where you can go for quietude and privacy, enjoying the unique landscapes and breathtaking seascapes, soaking in the sand, sea and sun, Bahay-Bakasyunan is for those who want to revitalize their bodies and nurture their souls. This isolated island haven is perfect for getting away from it all. Continue reading