Trappist Gift Shop – Jordan, Guimaras

Trappist Gift Shop lets you extend your Guimaras sweet mangoes experience through their variety of mango products. Their reasonably priced products like mango jam, mango juice, dried mango, mango bars and more are all locally manufactured using Guimaras’ very own sweet mangoes. Neatly packaged and made to last long, bringing home some of these also lets … Read more

Guisi Beach – Nueva Valencia, Guimaras

Guisi Beach is known for its white sands and rock formations. Like in most part of Guimaras, a good number of yellow rocks can also be found on this beach. Despite the beach’s admirable beauty, its isolation and modest size seem to result in a fewer visitors. But this would also mean that you can enjoy … Read more

Guisi Lighthouse – Nueva Valencia, Guimaras

Guisi Lighthouse is one of the notable tokens that was left by the Spanish Government in Guimaras. Built in 1894-1896, this old lighthouse was put to up help the navigation of fishermen and sailors cruising the Panay Gulf. Faro de Punta Luzaran is the Spanish name of Guisi Lighthouse. Its construction is just one small part of a big … Read more

Alubihod Beach – Guimaras

Alubihod Beach is one of the biggest tourist draws in Guimaras because of its white sand beach and peculiar yellow rocks. Its clean blue sea with gentle waves and good elevation is excellent for swimming. This beach also lets you enjoy a wonderful view of the horizon that’s sitting side by side with nearby islands that … Read more

Navalas Church – Guimaras

Navalas Church is the oldest Roman Catholic Church in Guimaras. This structure was built by the local residents between 1880 and 1885. Despite the church building’s age, it’s a wonder to see that it’s free from any major damages. How it managed to survive many earthquakes, wars and raids from Moros in its earlier days is quite perplexing. … Read more