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    BALANGAY: The Ilonggo Culture's Journey Through Time

    The COVID-19 pandemic had a huge impact on the arts, festivals, and cultural heritage sectors. The crisis affected organizations, as well as individuals in the live events industry. Tourism

    Calinog launches 32nd Hirinugyaw-Suguidanonay Festival.

    The town of Calinog has officially launched ots 32nd Hirinugyaw-Suguidanonay Festival. Tourism

    Cry of Jelicuon: An Enjoyable Way to Experience History First Hand

    New Lucena, Iloilo has a historic spot that will let you relive some of the provinces’ most important Historical scenes. Pay homage to the valiant heroes who fought for our freedom by visiting Jelicuon on October 25 as the town commemorates the First Cry of Independence outside of Luzon through the re-enactment of the historic Cry of Jelicuon at 5 p.m. at the Municipal Auditorium. Tourism

    Beachcombing in Ajuy

    Planning for a family trip to northern Iloilo? Families who seek beach getaways will love Ajuy.With long sandy beaches, picturesque sceneries, the town’s natural landscape promises a memorable family holiday that also extends to its plethora of inland resorts and villas. Tourism

    Cheap Beach Vacations to Take in Iloilo

    Summer is here and the days are longer and the breeze is warmer, and if you have been dreaming of the sun, sand and sea, you are certainly not alone. Iloilo’s coastline is lined with scenic beaches. Beach hopping is definitely a great thing to do while in Iloilo. There is no vacation destination quite like the beach, and no experience quite like staying in a beach house. Tourism

    A Summer Playground for Everyone

    Summer is the "high season" in Iloilo. Although locals and travelers alike visit Iloilo all year round - Summer is the most popular travel time. ​ Tourism