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San Joaquin, Iloilo will celebrate its 14th Bayluhay Festival on January 19, 2017 a Thursday at 2 p.m.

14th Bayluhay Festival of San Joaquin

San Joaquin, Iloilo will celebrate its 14th Bayluhay Festival on January 19, 2017 a Thursday at 2 p.m. This annual festivity is considered as...
The bull and horse fights lasts for only half a day and into the fight arena at the San Joaquin Sports Stadium

Pasungay of San Joaquin

San Joaquin, Iloilo marks its Municipal Fiesta on January 16-21, 2017 with the annual Pasungay – Pahibag (Bull and Horse Fight) January 21, a...
Leganes, Iloilo, celebrates the festivity of St. Vincent Ferrer. Photo by Ray Tabafunda

The Saad Tradition of Leganes

Leganes, Iloilo, celebrates the festivity of St. Vincent Ferrer, the town’s patron saint with the annual Saad Festival celebrated this year on January 24...
The annual Pantat Festival on December 17-23, 2016. Photo by Bombette Marin

Pantat: Traditional Community Festival in Zarraga

Zarraga, Iloilo will celebrate its heritage and cuisine with the annual Pantat Festival on December 17-23, 2016 with its highlight, the tribal dance competition...
Kasag Festival 2016

10th KASAG Festival in Banate

Banate, Iloilo will celebrate the bounty of its seas and tourism through Kasag Festival on December 15 – 23, with the tribal dance competition...
IWAG Christmas Festival of Lights | Fireworks. Photos courtesy of LGU-Pototan

A Night’s Magic with IWAG Christmas Festival of Lights

Pototan, Iloilo transforms its grounds into a spectacular wonderland of lights. Its magnificent drive-through Christmas Light Show is bigger and better every year. This...
Calinog Indigenous People

Calinog Celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day

Calinog, Iloilo highlights its indigenous culture through the annual celebration of Indigenous People’s Day. With this year’s theme, “Padayon nga Paghugpong sa Pagtib-ong sang...
Tigkaralalag Festival 2016 of Pavia, Iloilo. Photo by Joel Miles Molina

25 Years of Celebrating Tigkaralag

Pavia is bringing you Iloilo’s biggest and scariest Halloween Festival—Tigkaralag or Pangagaluwa or Soul-ing. Uniquely where it all began, the town started hosting the celebration...
CPU tourism students at the top of the Siete Pecados Lighthouse

Historic Beauty of Dumangas

Dumangas, Iloilo has developed over the years from a small settlement into a beautiful, thriving town. The town is known for its deep historic...
Chimney in Barangay Imbang Grande

Landmarks of History in the Sweet City of Passi

Passi, the only component city of Iloilo was originally an area of refuge for Malay migrants long before the arrival of the Spaniards. In...