Days Hotel Iloilo (The Atrium At The Capitol Cor )

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The Atrium At The Capitol Cor
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side trip from Guimaras to Boracay

by beneboy

Good day!

We'll be in Guimaras this April 18 and we're planning to do a side trip to Bora. Does anyone have a contact number of a boatman so that I can inquire about the rate?

Thanks!

bene

Re: side trip from Guimaras to Boracay

by edwinic

which boat route you have in mind?

Re: side trip from Guimaras to Boracay

by beneboy

Hi! Thanks for the reply. Anyway, I have no idea which boat route to take but I'd prefer the fastest and most convenient route.

Thank you very much!

Re: side trip from Guimaras to Boracay

by edwinic

if you assume you can ride a boat from Guimaras to Boracay, then that is almost non-existence. it will be a 12 hrs travel, almost.

If you will travel by bus to Caticlan, then that will take you 6 hrs by bus and another 15 min by boat to Boracay.

you have to define clearly how you will make a side trip to Boracay from guimaras. These places are not close to each other.

Travel Tips for Iloilo

MIAG-AO CHURCH

by imeley

Interested in churches? Are you a catholic? This is the place to go. Exactly 40 km from Iloilo City, Miag-ao Church is one of four Philippine Churches on the Unesco's world heritage list. Built between 1787 and 1797.

Iloilo Facts

by clarice_ldr

"Historical Synopsis"

"Irong-irong" appears in the Maragtas legend of the coming of ten Bornean Datus (Chieftains) to Panay who bartered gold for the plains and valleys of the island from local Ati chieftain. One datu, Paiburong by name, was given the territory of Irong-irong (now Iloilo). For 300 years before the coming of the Spaniards, the islanders lived in comparative prosperity and peace under an organized government and such laws as the Code of Kalantiaw.

In 1572, the Spaniards under Miguel Lopez de Legaspi came to Panay and established a settlement in Ogtong (now Oton, Iloilo). He appointed Gonzalo Ronquillo as deputy encomiendero who in 1581 moved the seat of Spanish power to La Villa Rica de Arevalo, a sitio named in honor of his hometown in Avila, Spain. By 1700 due to recurrent raids by Moro pirates, Dutch and English privateers, the Spaniards moved to the village of Irong-irong where close to the mouth of the river they built Fort San Pedro. Irong-irong or Ilong-ilong whose name the Spaniards shortened to "Iloilo" later became the capital of the Province.

Geography

Iloilo is the in the center of the Philippine archipelago. Strategically located 283 statute miles from Manila, it is the gateway to the flourishing region of Western Visayas. The province comprises the southern part of Panay Island. Mountain ranges with peaks as high as 7,000 feet, provide natural boundaries between Iloilo and Antique on the west and Capiz on the North. The rest of the mainland Iloilo is largely plain with interspersing upland portions.

Composition

Comprising Iloilo are 2 cities and 41 municipalities. Iloilo City, capital city of the province, is set in graceful repose between Iloilo ang Batiano rivers forming an angle of a nose. Hence, its old name "Ilong-Ilong" which means "noselike". Iloilo City is an educational center with 7 universities, 3 medical schools and 14 other offering tertiary education. It is also the administrative center and religious capital of Western Visayas

Iloilo has 2 pronounced seasons, the rainy months from June-September and the dry season from October-May.

Source: DOT Iloilo Fact Sheet

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