Miagao: A Day Trip

Patricia Tan

Miagao is one of the only two municipalities in the Philippines recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organizations (UNESCO) as part of its World Heritage Cities. For first-time tourists in Iloilo, this should make Miagao a must-visit on anyone’s travel bucket list. Whether it be a tourist’s destination or as a side-trip.. Read more

#NoFilter: A Mountaineering Guide for the Selfie Generation

riza ornos

After Closure: An Ilonggo’s Retrospective on “Old” Boracay

Armand Tajanlangit

Home is Where the “Art” Is: Iloilo Houses Show Where Art Lives

debbie bartolo

“Where Thou Art—that—is Home.” – Emily Dickinson I just found this opening line from one of Dickinson’s poems posted in the internet that I have no intention of analyzing further than its fantastic rhyming scheme. While the actual meaning behind the poem lost me entirely—and lest I forget that her seventeen hundred works are enough.. Read more

Project Iloilo Episodes S01E03: (Ir)Responsible Tourism

project iloilo

“Kaon ‘Ta” and MORE Hiligaynon Words for Travelers

Harren Fegarido

Tourism is Overrated: How “Volunteering” in Bucari is Better

xtian lozañes

With its iconic pine trees and cool temperature, Bucari is not known as the “Little Baguio” of Iloilo for nothing.

How Riding a Bus Made Me Enjoy Life as an Ilonggo Again

Harren Fegarido

The Guerilla Travel Guide for Ilonggos

Harren Fegarido