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"Want to go where one of the world’s sweetest mangoes thrive? Then Guimaras is the place to be. There are also some beautiful beaches to visit including Turtle Island, Ave Maria Island, and Baras Cave. Other interesting spots include the Guisi Lighthouse, an 18th century decommissioned lighthouse, and the peaceful Trappist Monastery where you can buy locally made sourvenirs and sweets."

Popular Guimaras Hotels

EXTERIOR_BUILDING Andana Resort Guimaras

Andana Resort Guimaras

Nueva Valencia, Guimaras
(7 Reviews)
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Hotel Main Pic Go Hotels Iloilo

Go Hotels Iloilo

Buenavista, Guimaras
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Pine Haven Hotel

Jordan, Guimaras
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LOBBY Valle Verde Mountain Spring Resort

Valle Verde Mountain Spring Resort

Sibunag, Guimaras
(11 Reviews)
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VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Camp Alfredo Guimaras

Camp Alfredo Guimaras

Sibunag, Guimaras
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Foto utama Guimaras Mangrove Guesthouse

Guimaras Mangrove Guesthouse

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Nueva Valencia, Guimaras
With a stay at Guimaras Mangrove Guesthouse in Nueva Valencia, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Alubihod Beach and Trappist Monastery. This guesthouse is 21.1 mi (33.9 km) from SM City Iloilo and 21.2 mi (34.1 km) from Plazuela de Iloilo.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Guimaras Mountain Biker's Hub

Guimaras Mountain Biker's Hub

Jordan, Guimaras
(8 Reviews)
The room conditions were bad but Tommy is such a great host! He is very hospitable and friendly. I would definitely recommend taking a mountain biking tour around the island with him!
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JM Backpackers Hometel

Jordan, Guimaras
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING  Jannah-Glycel Beach House

Jannah-Glycel Beach House

Nueva Valencia, Guimaras
(82 Reviews)
The place is really good for relaxing, it's a quiet place and like secluded when you are inside. Ms. Janice is really accommodating and nice that we felt like we are home. The room is clean and spacious. Their food tastes good too. The garden is well-maintained, and nice to walk especially in the morning. They have four sweet dogs. We didn't swim in their beachfront, we took a ten-minute walk to Raymen beach. We will book same place next time.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Zemkamps Chalet Bed and Breakfast

Zemkamps Chalet Bed and Breakfast

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Jordan, Guimaras
(6 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Cabaling Beach Resort

Cabaling Beach Resort

Jordan, Guimaras
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Nature's Eye Beach Resort

Nature's Eye Beach Resort

Tando, Nueva Valencia
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Villa Maria Beach Resort

Villa Maria Beach Resort

Jordan, Guimaras
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Guimaras Sleepover Inn

Guimaras Sleepover Inn

San Lorenzo, Guimaras
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Small Wings Pension Inn

Jordan, Guimaras
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING RedDoorz @ Southern Suites Guimaras
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Facts about Guimaras

Total Accommodation
16 Properties
Popular City
Jordan, Nueva Valencia
Popular Hotel
Andana Resort Guimaras, Go Hotels Iloilo
Popular Landmark
Taklong Island National Marine Reserve, Panubulon Island

Guest reviews in Guimaras

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Merce G. P.
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30 Jan 2020
A place where you can find peace of mind because it was close to nature. A 45 mins. from Jordan wharf.
Dhan O.
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1 Dec 2018
If you are up for a serene and relaxing vacation yet you are in a tight budget, this place is definitely for you. They offer the best view of the island's bays and coves. I shouldn't forget that they have a pool too.
Alvar B.
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30 Nov 2018
The staff is amazing, the biking activities they offer are amazing and totally recommended and the views from the place to the sea are simply spectacular. The rooms are ok to rest and sleep. No wifi available
Michael E. T.
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2 Jan 2020
Nice facility with good price. No elevator. The hotel is big and located in the center of San Miguel with many options for food. Wet and dry market is very close. Check-in was a bit confusing for hotel staff. We arrived around 9pm and they told us they were fully booked. They agreed that space was available for us after we showed the attendant our booking confirmation Information. We liked the hotel and would stay again. Breakfast was excluded from our reservation. We were disappointed that there is no longer a motorcycle rental service available in San Miguel. Transport on Guimaras is expensive compared to other small Philippine islands.
Lorenz V. G.
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2 Apr 2019
What a beautiful view of the sea, service is excellent and fast . It is very peaceful. What a wonderful weekend - beautiful, charming cliff cottage with lovely view. This cottage definitely lived up to all of it's raving reviews! It's a beautiful space with all the amenities you'd need for a relaxing and fun weekend getaway.
Marik R.
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21 May 2018
I was not accommodated by the hotel and I needed to wait 2 weeks for a refund I paid immediately.

Most commonly asked questions in Guimaras

What are the best areas to visit near Guimaras?

If you are in Guimaras, you can also visit Buenavista, San Lorenzo, Sibunag, Jordan, Nueva Valencia

What are the most recommended regions to be visited beside Guimaras?

You can visit and enjoy your staycation in these popular regions such as Batangas, Laguna, Cebu, Bulacan, La Union, Bataan, Cavite, Bohol, Pampanga, Iloilo.

How many hotels are listed in Guimaras?

Currently, there are around 16 hotels that you can book in Guimaras


Natago Cove

Guimaras is mainly known for its sweet mangoes, but there is more to this enchanting province than meets the palate. Its pristine beaches, thriving forests, agri-tourism ventures, and rich waters teeming with marine life make it an ideal destination for nature lovers and farming enthusiasts.


At A Glance

Guimaras Windmills

Guimaras is situated in the Panay Gulf, right between the islands of Panay and Negros. While covering just over 600 sq km of land, the island province supports flourishing fruit, vegetable, livestock, and poultry farms, as well as a thriving fishing industry. These agriculture and aquaculture communities and cooperatives are open to people who are interested in the practicalities of running a farm. The province is especially known for its mangoes, which serve as the focus of the Manggahan Festival every May. At this time of the year, one can expect the seaside resorts and hotels in Guimaras to be filled with tourists vying for crates of sweet mangos and a spot on the island’s pristine beaches.


How to Go

By boat/ferry

Guimaras does not have an airport, so it can only be reached by taking a ferry from Iloilo or Negros Occidental. If coming from Iloilo, you can go to Ortiz Wharf or Parola Wharf where there are scheduled ferries to the island. The boat ride lasts about 15 minutes, and the ferries leave the port every 15 minutes, starting at 5:30 am.

If coming from Negros Occidental, you can take a ferry from either Pulupandan Wharf or Valladolid Wharf. Pulupandan is a 45-minute boat ride from San Lorenzo in Guimaras, while the boat ride from Valladolid to Nueva Valencia takes about 2 hours.


Getting Around

Jeeps, tricycles, multicabs, and motorbikes are the main modes of transportation in the island. Motorbikes and tricycles are readily available for shorter trips. Finding jeeps, on the other hand, can be a challenge. These vehicles are almost always full, and you have to wait a while before you see one on the road. Touring by commuting is a bit of a hassle because of this. The most convenient way of seeing the island is by renting a motorbike or multicab, and hiring a local guide.


Tourist Attractions

Aside from its famous mangoes, Guimaras also boasts a collection of tropical beaches and picture-perfect coves. The provincial capital, Jordan, is home to several resorts and seaside accommodations, while the nearby Nueva Valencia has Alubihod Beach and Guisi Beach. The islands around Jordan also offer a lot of sights that will please beach lovers.

Turtle Island

Ave Maria Island and Natago Cove both have fine, white sand shores and crystal-clear waters, while Baras Beach and Isla Naburot offer beachfront cottages. Turtle Island and SEAFDEC's Igang Marine Station, on the other hand, will prove to be exciting destinations for those who are interested in marine ecology.

Guisi Lighthouse

But if you’re more into history, you won’t be disappointed with the Spanish-era Guisi Lighthouse in Nueva Valencia. World War II has also made its mark on the island, which can be best seen by visiting McArthur’s Wharf, Punta Blanco Target Range, and Camp Jossman Headquarters in Buenavista. Much like the rest of the country, Guimaras also has its share of churches and religious sites. Jordan has the Consolers of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Our Lady of the Philippines Trappist Monastery, and Balaan Bukid Church, then there’s Holy Family Hills in San Lorenzo, and the century-old Navalas Church in Buenavista.


Things to Do

Guimaras Coves and Islets

Start your holiday with an island hopping tour around Jordan and Nueva Valencia. After exploring the sea and engaging in an informative tour of the SEAFDEC Igang Marine Station, try travelling inland to see the bounties of the main island of Guimaras. Visit Dagsaan Ecopark in Buenavista and see how upland farmers protect and preserve the flora and fauna in the area. If you’re not afraid of heights, you can also climb up the viewing deck and take panoramic images of Iloilo City and the southern and eastern side of Guimaras.

Bucoy, Capitoguan, and Higante caves in Jordan are perfect spots for spelunking with friends. If you’re traveling with the family, Camp Alfredo Adventure Resort offers activities that will thrill every age. Here, they have facilities for ziplining and rappelling, as well as trekking and trailing areas.

For those who want a more relaxing but educational holiday, head to Dasal Sibunag Vegetable Growers Association. The association encourages its visitors to harvest vegetables, and it also holds classes that focus on the techniques of running and maintaining a farm. Other ventures that support the province’s agri-tourism endeavors are Guimaras Wonder’s Farm, Spring Bloom Farm, and the National Mango Research and Development Center.


Where to Eat

Guimaras Mangoes

Did the SEAFDEC Station tour whet your appetite for seafood? Satisfy your cravings with Sa Payaw Seafood Grill’s excellent selection of grilled dishes. The Pitstop Restaurant in Jordan, on the other hand, offers familiar Filipino and western foods topped with a sweet, fruity twist. You can also dine in Banzada Restaurant in Sibunag to get an eyeful of Iloilo City and a mouthful of appetizing Japanese dishes.


Where to Stay

If you feel like retreating to your own private paradise for the night, reserve a cottage in any of the island resorts surrounding Jordan. Among your options are Baras Beach, Natago Beach, and Isla Naburot. Many hotels in Guimaras can also be found in the city center, just a few minutes away from some of the province’s most popular tourist destinations. Accommodations here cater to all sorts of travelers, so you don’t have to worry about finding one that will fit your budget.


Travel Tips

  • Visit in April while Guimaras’s world-famous mangoes are in season. Manggahan Festival, which celebrates this golden fruit and the provincehood of Guimaras, also takes place in this month.

  • Before you leave, make sure to swing by The Capitol Grounds for a quick souvenir shopping for your loved ones at home. Here, you’ll have an easy time looking for handcrafted home decors and food products from the Trappist Monastery.

  • If you need tour information, just head to the Tourism Center off Jordan Port. The place is surrounded by find friendly tour guides, as well as tricycles and minivans for rent.

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