Iloilo City is located on Panay Island in the Philippines famous for its colonial Spanish church and old houses. Jaro Cathedral which has temples for local sailors located at Jaro Plaza. Nelly Park is an iconic 1920s manor house and the Iloilo Museum is the place to explore local history. Iloilo City has a population of 447,992 people according to the census in 2015. Culture and tradition have an important role to shape the culture and heritage of Iloilo. Hispanic culture affects the identity of the Ilonggos culture.
February and March are the least seasons of IIoilo's tourists. Not only are tourists lacking, but most hotels offer cheaper rates to attract tourists this season. Occasionally, travel companies are also rewarding or offering discounts for excursions to IIoilo to attract tourists in these months. In IIoilo, the peak of tourism takes place in January. Higher accommodation rates than other seasons. At Christmas time are a very busy date and a date that you should avoid if and not in a busy state. Between May and October is the rainy season. So be prepared if you come at this time.
Basco Airport - This airport is the main transportation for Basco. Basco Airport is one of two airports in Batanes Islands. This airport serves the Batanes region of the Philippines. It is located in the provincial capital of Basco. Sky Pasada makes Basco Airport as one of its hubs. Although the airport has received international flights, this airport is not classified as an international airport.
Iloilo International Airport - The airport is located in Cabatuan, Iloilo. It is located 24 kilometres northwest of Iloilo City and has 188 hectares of land area. Iloilo International Airport is the Philippines's 4th busiest airport. It has international flights to Singapore and Hong Kong and domestic flights from Metro Manila, Caticlan, Cebu, Cuyo, Puerto Princesa, Sipalay, General Santos City, Cagayan de Oro and Davao City. Iloilo International Airport is an airport serving the Metropolitan area of Iloilo and the rest of the Iloilo region. It is located 19 kilometres (12 miles) northwest of Iloilo City on a site of 188 hectares (460 acres) in the city of Cabatuan. On June 14, 2007, the date of this airport was opened to the public. The airport has replaced the Old Iloilo Airport in the Mandurriao District.
IIoilo has a tropical wet and dry climate. Dray season from December to May and wet season June to November. It is dry and sunny throughout the year with occasional rain from June to December. The province of IIoilo usually gets cyclone once a year or no. The IIoilo temperatures can reach 36 degrees Celsius in summer from March to May and as low as 18 degrees Celsius in the mountains during the rainy season. The average temperature is about 24 to 34 degrees Celsius, and there are not many changes except in May, the hottest month.