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Guisi Lighthouse

Philippines
+63 908 474 8122
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Historically breath taking!

The Guisi Lighthouse is an 18th century Spanish-colonial lighthouse built beside the beach. It was... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2017
Girlie G
via mobile
Breathtaking view of the sea!

You need to walk a little farther from the parking area. There is an entrance fee of 20 pesos per... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2017
diaem187
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Caloocan, Caloocan, Philippines
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Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

The Guisi Lighthouse is an 18th century Spanish-colonial lighthouse built beside the beach. It was built to guide mariners passing the Iloilo and Guimaras strait. The lighthouse can be reached by following a light trail. The 15-minute uphill trek to the Guisi Lighthouse also provides...More

Thank Girlie G
Reviewed 22 May 2017

You need to walk a little farther from the parking area. There is an entrance fee of 20 pesos per head. The ruins of the old lighthouse makes a gorgeous background for IG :)

Thank diaem187
Reviewed 15 May 2017

My family and I spent several days here and loved it. It is the nicest beach Ive ever been too. The snorkelling is awesome! We saw MANY fish. It was quite busy on the weekend day that we went but that was the be expected...More

Thank susandB6347ZI
Reviewed 18 April 2017

Second oldest lighthouse in the Philippines, first lighted up in 1894, says its historical marker, but now lies in ruins. Its walls, being reclaimed by nature, has an abandoned cemetery ambiance. The old parola is made entirely out of metal; though slowly deteriorated by rust,...More

1  Thank DJ R
Reviewed 8 April 2017 via mobile

Very interesting Spanish lighthouse now in ruins, replaced by a state of the art light house beacon. History meets technology - very nice short coastal walk to reach it. Free to enter and very picturesque - great for photography. Nice views of the sea too....More

Thank Nigel G
Reviewed 6 April 2017

the place is really amazing, the beach is immaculately blue, coupled with the fact that it's a long way from the main road, it's perfect.

1  Thank Frederick Evans G
Reviewed 15 March 2017 via mobile

Went here as a part of my day trip in guimaras;-) The entrance for conservation is 20 pesos.. Usually im not amazed with lighthouse..as its just a light house nothing so special..but this one i enjoyed the place because 1. Nice view from top..( if...More

Thank Ronna V
Reviewed 10 March 2017

While guided by the assigned tourguide, you can go up the spiral staircase of the old lighthouse all the way to the top, where you can see the whole cove. Its one of my best moments in Guimaras.

Thank xtamoiselle
Reviewed 28 February 2017

Guisi is the 2nd oldest lighthouse in the country. It is situated at a beautiful ruins which is really picturesque. There is an entrance of P20 in the lighthouse.

Thank _glaizakim
Reviewed 15 February 2017

We were lucky to have reached the place just in time for sunset. The view is stunning and the lighthouse adds up to the rustic feel. Must visit!

Thank wenlong3788
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