Gigantes Islands Tour
You’ve seen photos of the islands before (on Facebook/Instagram), You’ve heard of the tour before (from your friends), and maybe, You’ve felt the feeling of strolling along the shores (again, from your friends). So why don’t you go on an adventure and experience it all!
Gigantes is waiting for you and your friends/family. Check out what you’ll see/expect when touring Gigantes Islands on a sunny day:
Our adventure in Gigantes Group of Islands was definitely one of the best tours I’ve ever had. Why? for a lot of good reasons! one of it is the feeling that even if you travel solo, you will never feel alone or cast out because everyone on the tour, especially the guide was super helpful and friendly!
Let’s start where all the magic begins: Gigantes Travelhub and Café. This cafe does not only cater your caffeine fix but is also the dropoff/pickup point for your Las Islas Travel and Tours Gigantes Adventure!
And it’s time! We will be accompanied by Mr. Alfred Yap, one of Las Islas Travel and Tours Expert Tour Guide, throughout the journey exploring the different beautiful islands of Gigantes.
– Pulupandan Islet –
Pulupandan Islet is owned by the local government of Carles and is usually the first stop for guests on tour. This island also has only one coconut tree and serves as resting place of fisherman in the afternoon and night time.
– Tanke Lagoon –
Tanke Lagoon is a saltwater lagoon shaped by nature, and its natural rock formation is made of karst stone and limestone. Several points of interest are Cliff diving, rock climbing, and swimming.
– Bantigue Sandbar –
The Bantigue Sandbar spans almost 2 hectares and found in this island are a variety of mangroves. This is where tours stop for an hour (or two) in the afternoon for lunch, and most (if not all) food establishments offer scallops for only ₱1 a piece or ₱200 per basket. One unique attraction is the sandbar itself, where the formation depends on the current and waves of the waters. If you’re not here for lunch, the best to go here is when it’s low tide, so you’ll appreciate the sandbar the most.
– Antonia Beach –
Antonia Beach in Antonia Island got its name from their great-grandmother, Antonia. This white beach is privately owned and is surrounded by coconut trees. Points of interest are Trekking, Snorkeling, and watersports such as Kayaking, Banana boat and, Jetski rides.
– Tinagong Dagat / Little Boracay –
Why is this island called Little Boracay? well, I think the answer is already given in the photos above 🙂 white and sugary powder sand, turquoise, and crystal clear water. Beautiful!
– Cabugao Gamay Island –
Cabugao Island is from a combination of two names: Maruja and Flora. Points of interest are Swimming, and Snorkeling in its crystal clear water. Also popularly known as the Selfie Island.
Now, it’s your time to experience all these! Check out this offer from Las Islas Travel and Tours below:
Why should you choose Las Islas Travel and Tours over other tour agencies covering Western Visayas?
✔ Pioneer Licensed Tour Operator in Gigantes Islands since 2015
✔ Accredited by the Department of Tourism
✔ Registered with the BIR— TAX-compliant!
✔ Active Member of the Philippine Tour Operators Association
✔ Trained and Professional Tour Guides
✔ Big, Licensed, and MARINA-registered Boats
✔ Clean and Hygienic Food Preparations
✔ Complimentary Scallops in Every Tour
✔ Travel Insurance in Every Tour
✔ Complete First Aid and Emergency Kits
✔ An advocate of RESPONSIBLE AND ETHICAL TOURISM
✔ PRO-Community— We Support Local Livelihoods
✔ Trusted by VIPs, Big Corporations, Celebrities, Bloggers, and Media Practitioners (as seen on TV Patrol and DOT iTravel Pinas Show)
For professionally-organized and hassle-free premium private and budget joiners tours in Gigantes Islands, contact Las Islas Travel and Tours at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our official website at www.lasislas.ph for promo tours and other travel deals.
Punta Dulog, Pueblo de Panay, Roxas City, Capiz (just right across the Roxas City Terminal) & Bancal Port, Carles, Northern Iloilo, Iloilo (just right across the covered gym and close to the Carles Tourism Office)
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