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Tourism in Capiz

ife in Capiz, Philippines is simple and peaceful. It is an ideal refuge for those who wish to escape the fast-paced life in modern cities. It owes much of its charms to a mixture of its rich history and natural beauty untrammeled by modernity and this is the reason Capiz is truly amazing.

The Province of Capiz is known as the Seafood Capital of the Philippines.

Discover the Capiz mystic. Explore the rolling hills, mountain peaks and ranges. Enjoy daytime excursions at the province’s wide beaches and isolated coves. Have a fill of a variety of seafoods available all year round. Visit local gardens, historical sites, old Spanish churches, Southeast Asia’s largest bell at Pan-ay Church, and the birthplace of Manuel A. Roxas, first Philippine President.

Experience local festivals like Balintawakan and Sinadya sa Halaran. Go spelunking. A lot of caves are waiting to be explored. Or you can make special arrangements to witness the Mundo tribe dance in Tapaz.

Accommodations in cottages, hotels, and resorts are available in Roxas City and other municipalities outside the city.

Experience Capiz and get to know the province at the heart of Philippines.

 Tourism in Capiz

Capiz Provincial Tourism Office

If there is one office at the Capiz provincial capitol that has been keeping itself so busy since last year, it’s no other than the Capiz Provincial Tourism Office.

With no less than the indefatigable and restless Al Tesoro at the helm, with his equally hardworking staff, the tourism office has been in the forefront in all practically tourism and culture-related activities of the province. In fact, there appears to be no let up in the holding of such activities since the assumption of Governor Victor Tanco into the post. To his credit, Tanco as well as his department heads has been very much supportive of all the tourism-related endeavors mounted by Tesoro and his staff. Slowly and surely, Capiceños, it seems, are seeing the beauty and importance of their cultural heritage, particularly in helping "sell" the Capiz province not only to foreign but also to domestic tourists.

It also helps that the National Commission for Culture and the Arts has very supportive of all the local tourism office undertakings. Its’ good that Sir Tesoro is maximizing his "connection" with the NCCA for the welfare and advantage of culture and the arts sector in captivating Capiz.

Where to Stay in Capiz

Where to stay in Capiz



Brgy. Baybay Roxas City
Tel. No. +63-36-621-6638
Contact person; Antonio Ortiz
Contact Number: 092090447274
Website: www.thesanantonioresort.com

Roxas Ave. Roxas City
Tel.no. +63-36-621-2956
Contact Person: Mrs. Daisylyn Yap

Rizal Cor. Lopez Jaena St.
Tel. No. +63-36-621-0208/ 621-1040
Contact Person: Edna Agustin
Contact Number: 09228228591

Baybay Beach, Roxas City
Tel. No. +63-36-621-2165
Contact Person: Josie Altavas
Contact Number: 09209099905

NSF Bldg. Burgos Cor. San Jose Sts.
Roxas City
Tel. no. +63-36-621-5135/ 621-5225
Contact Person: Rey Fuentes
Contact Number: 09189284529
No. Of Rooms: 20

Brgy. Dayao, Roxas City
Tel. No.+63-36-620-3734 / +63 936 522 8383 / +63 936 620 3734
Website: http://www.espacioverde-resort.com

Pueblo de Panay, Lawaan, Roxas City
Contact person: Joane Olivares
Tel. No.: +63-36-621-0919/ 621-7443

Pueblo de Panay, Lawaan, Roxas City
Tel. No.: +63-36-522-4018/621-7758

Banica Road, Roxas City
Tel. No.: +63-36-621-7718/ 621-2159
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Provincial Park, Roxas City, Capiz
Tel. No. +63-36-621-1185/ 6214-766/ 522-6860
Contact Person: Grace Aguirre
Contact Number: 09173120038

Km. 1, Brgy. Lawaan, Roxas City
Telefax: +63-36- 621-5013
Mobile No. 0917-725033
Owner: Mr. Romulo Capunong

Brgy. Lawaan, Roxas City
Contact No. +63-36-621-6255
Contact Person: Ms. Emilda Caeg

Baybay, Roxas City
Contact No: +63-36-620-0522


P. Gomez cor. Rizal St., Roxas City
Tel.no. +63-36-6210-649
Owner/Manager: Mrs. Corazon A. Hernandez
No. of Rooms: 10

20775 P. Gomez cor. Rizal St., Roxas City
Tel No. +63-36-6213-061 / 6216- 718
Owner: Mrs Jeanette Abalo
Manager: Mr. Teddy Abalo
Total No. of Rooms: 15


San Roque Ext., Roxas City
Tel. No.: +63-36-632-0868

Brgy.Libas, Roxas City
Tel. no. +63-36-6212-856
Contact Person: Ruebin Yap
Contact Number: 09102398760

Arnaldo Blvd., Roxas City, Capiz
Tel. No. +63-36- 632-0746
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Plaridel St., Roxas City
Tel. No. +63-36- 6213-716
Contact Person: Mr. Romualdo Lozada

Brgy. Dayao, Roxas City
Tel.no. 6212-832
Contact Person: Jhanet Marcelo
Contact Number: 09162273074

Brgy. Tanque, Inzo Arnaldo Village, Roxas City
Tel. No. (036) 632-0869
Contact Person: Mrs. Jenby Relota

Brgy. Baybay, Roxas City
Tel. No. (036) 6212-170/ 6211-011
Contact Person: Mrs. Neresa Ibañez
Manager: Gabriel D. Ignacio
Contact No.: 09177232341/09198871048

Kalipayan St., Punta Tabuc, Roxas City
Tel. no. (036) 6212-698
Contact Person: Mrs. Lourdes B. San Agustin

Brgy. Baybay, Roxas City

Kalipayan St., Punta Tabuc, Roxas City
Contact No: (036) 6215-926/ 6215-935
Contact Person: Mr. John Jimenez

Arnaldo Blvd., Roxas City
Tel. No. (036) 6212-089
Owner: Mrs. Ma. Sandra C. Paulos

Lawis Baybay, Roxas City
Tel. No. (036) 6214-508
Contact Person: Mary Ann Espinosa

CASA PURITA (Tourist Inn)
Contact Person: Mr. Leonardo Dasas
Plaridel St., Roxas City
Tel. No. 6211-755/6211-754

Plaridel St., Roxas City
Tel. No. (036) 6213-716
Contact Person: Mr. Romualdo Lozada

Brgy. Baybay, Roxas City
Tel. no. (036) 6212-076
Contact Person: Mr. Romualdo Lozada

Arnaldo Blvd., Roxas City
Tel. No. (036) 6213-569
Contact Person: Romualdo Lozada

Lapu-lapu St., Roxas City

Tambis Street, Roxas City
Tel. No: (036) 6211-489/5211-489
Contact Person: Donald Martinez

3rd Floor, Black and White Bldg.
Burgos St., Roxas City
Tel. no.6210-290
Contact Person: Leny Albert Apaitan
Contact Number: 09189429237

Plaridel St., Roxas City
Tel. No.
Mr. Andy Fuentes

Fuentes Drive (near Mt. Carmel)
Tel.no. 522-3620
Contact Person: Jaja Caldea
Contact Number: 09196736324

Contact Person: Rodrigo Degala
Contact Number: 09209828151

Arnaldo Blvd. Brgy Baybay Roxas City
Tel. no. 6210-180
Contact person: Antonio Morente
Owner: Josefina Morente

TATC Plaridel St., Roxas City
Tel/Fax: (036) 6213-352
Contact Person: Howard Yu
Contact Number: 09212308611

Corner Estonillo Subd. Arnaldo Blvd., Roxas City
Tel/Fax: (036) 522-9427
Contact Person: Mr. Romualdo D. Lozada (036) 6215-814
Contact Number: 09157172563

Brgy. Tiza San Jose Village, Roxas City
Tel/Fax: 6320-928
Contact Person: Grace I. Aguirre or MaritesSantiago

Arnaldo Blvd., Roxas City
Tel. No.:6213-120
Contact Person: Mrs. Ma. Nerissa Degala

Owner: Mr. Romualdo Lozada
San Roque Ext., Roxas City
Tel. No.: 522-9415


Magallanes St., Roxas City
Contact No: 6212-046
Contact Person: Rosario Parreño

Banica ,Roxas City
Contact Person: Janet Del Mundo
Contact Number: 09212709130/6214-797

Inzo Arnaldo Village, Roxas City
Contact No. 6211-852 / 09209181373

EM & EM DORMITORY (Exclusive for Girls)
Prov’l Road, Banica, Roxas City
Contact No. 09398925988
Contact Person: Rocibal Daniel


Bang-ogay, Natividad, Pilar,Capiz
Contact Person: Christina Bacanto
Contact Number: 09216197436

Natividad, Pilar, Capiz
Contact No.0928414390 / 09071610757

Natividad Pilar, Capiz
Contact Number: 09194524294

Malag-it, Pontevedra , Capiz
Tel. no. (036) 6340661/(036) 6340-539
Contact Person: Marlyn Bocboc
Contact Number: 09209475406

Mambusao, Capiz
Tel. No. 6470-256
Contact Person: Eduardo Lariosa

Lantangan, Pontevedra, Capiz
Tel. No.: 0908-7644377

Brgy. Duyoc,Dao, Capiz
Dao Tel.no. (036) 643-4118
Roxas Tel. no. 6211-476

Pilar, Capiz
Contact person: Mary grace Delfin
Contact Number: 09192129177

Brgy. Malocloc Norte Ivisan,Capiz
Tel. no.: 6430-685

Brgy . Ilaya –Ivisan ,Ivisan
Tel.no. 6430-015
Contact Number: 09179868152/09093800204

Pob. Sur, Sigma Capiz
Tel. No. 647-0098

Mabini St., Poblacion, Pilar, Capiz
Contact No: +639072047617
Contact Person: Morena Buenafe
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Website: https://sites.google.com/site/petrarentalhouse/

Where to Dine in Capiz

Seafoods in Capiz


Seafood Plaza
Baybay, Roxas City
Harry"s Seafood Palutuan
Lawis, Baybay, Roxas City
Anots Restaurant
Lawis, Baybay. Roxas City
Tel. No.: 6210-677
Contact Person: Leah Abatay

Coco Veranda Bar & Restaurant
Lawis Baybay, Roxas City
Tel. No.: 6216-185
Contact Person: Shella R. Asis

Espacio Verde Resort
Dayao Roxas City
Tel. No.: 522-8383
Contact Person: Toni Marie Del Rosario

Ramboy’s Lechonan & Restaurant
Pueblo De Panay Roxas City
Tel. No.: 6217-287

Festa Resto
Pueblo De Panay Roxas City
Tel. No.: 6216-658

RML B’s Manokan Haus
Rizal St., Roxas City
Contact Person: Romeo Buncalan
Baybay, Roxas City
Tel.No: 6210-322
Contact Person: John Peter Buncalan
San Roque Ext., Roxas City
Tel.No: 6217-379
Contact Person: Ronie Buncalan

Red Sun Restaurant
Gaisano Arcade, Arnaldo Blvd. Roxas City
Tel.No: 6210-810
Contact Person: Janyn Paitan & Marites Azares

Nestas Restaurants
Magallanes St. Roxas City
Tel.No: 6211-399
Contact Person: Roxy H. Empig
Gaisano Arcade, Blvd.Roxas City
Tel.No: 6210- 713
Contact Person: Melvin Aguirre

Rustic Bistro, Music & Beer
Brgy. Banica, Bato Road, Roxas City
Tel. No.: 522-4630/6213-558
Contact Person: Geronemo B. Bermejo

Pizza Junction
Rizal St, Roxas City
Tel. No.: 6216-722/6210-704
Contact Person: Agnes Andrada

Cake Eatcetera
Legaspi St. Roxas City
Tel.No: 6210-150
Contact Person: Mark Oliver Encabo

Mc Genie’s Royal Food Lane
Roxas Avenue, Roxas City
Tel.No: 522-5648
Contact Person: Richard Yu

MVW Restaurant
Roxas Avenue Roxas City
Tel. No.: 6212-956/6215-225
Conatct Person: Daisy Lyn Yap

Hernandez Avenue, Baybay Roxas City
Tel.No: 6211-479
Contact Person: Auralio Valenzuel

Café 1927
P.Gomez St.Roxas City
Tel.No: 522-1039
Contact Person: Ruby Abalo

Acc Coffee & Crepes               
Osmeña St. Roxas City
Owner: Victor Federico Acepcion
Contact Person: Leah Adunoy
Tel.No: 6214-696/6213-447

Gaisano City Arcade Arnaldo Blvd.Roxas City
Tel.No: 6210-810
Contact Person: Janyn Paitan & Marites Azares

West Bar
Gaisano City Arcade Arnaldo Blvd.Roxas CITY
Tel.No: 6210-810
Contact Person: Janyn Paitan & Marites Azares

Hot and Cold Coffee Shop
1896 Magallanes Street, Roxas City
Contact Number: 09217510283
Albert Dominique B Rivero

Soul Superclub
Gaisano City Arcade Arnaldo Blvd.Roxas City
Tel.No: 6210-810
Contact Person: Janyn Paitan & Marites Azares

Soul Sports Club
Gaisano City Arcade Arnaldo Blvd.Roxas City
Tel.No: 6210-810
Contact Person: Janyn Paitan & Marites Azares

Cebrew Café
Gaisano City Arcade Arnaldo Blvd.Roxas City
Tel.No: 6210-810
Contact Person: Janyn Paitan & Marites Azares

Bitoy’s Balay Barbekyuhan
Lawis Baybay, Roxas City
Tel.No: 643-0796/5227726
Contact Person: Jacque Conlu

Litz Fast Food
Lawis Baybay, Roxas City
Tel.No: 522-8038
Contact Person: Lieta Teoricu

Yukis Grill & Restaurant
Lawis Baybay, Roxas City
Tel. No. 6213-437
Contact Person: John Ray Demaisip

Nesta’s Hilltop Restaurant
Provincial Park, Roxas City
Tel. No. 6211-185/5226860
Contact Person: Grace Aguirre

Sanji Restaurant
Rizal Street, Brgy. IV Roxas City
Contact Number: 09302157557
Contact Person: Santiago Bautigue

Roxas Midtown
NSF Bldg. 186 Burgos cor. San Jose Sts.
Roxas City
Tel.no. 6215-135/6215-225
Contact Person: Mr. Rey Fuentes

Estuario Bar and Grill
Brgy. Tiza, Roxas City
Tel. No.: 6211-884
Contact Number: 09105494170

Latte Roxas
Rizal St., Roxas City
Mobile No.: 09297806308
Contact Person: Mauro Torralba Jr.

Inzo Café
Arnaldo Blvd. Roxas City
Tel. No.: 6211-404
Contact Person: Jeff Ong

Eloisa St., Roxas City
Tel No.: 522-5228
Contact Person: Rayan Marty
Fast Facts About Capiz PDF 

  • Region:Western Visayas, Region 6
  • Capital: Roxas City (1st District)
  • Municipalities:
    • 1st District:
      • Panay, Pontevedra, Panitan, Maayon, President Roxas, Pilar
    • 2nd District:
      • Ivisan, Sigma, Mambusao, Sapian, Jamindan, Tapaz, Dumalag, Dumarao, Cuartero, Dao
  • Dialect: Capisnon and Hiligaynon are the local dialects.  Pilipino is the national language. English is the business language and spoken widely.
  • Population: 701,664
  • Area: 2,633.2 square kilometers
  • Weather: Mostly dry from December to May and wet from June to November, coolest from October to February and hottest from March to May.  Temperature varies in most places, the high and low average temperature are 33 degree celcius (91 degrees farenheit) and 19 degree celcius (66 degrees farenheit)
  • Time Zone: GMT +8 hours
  • Currency: Philippine peso (Php) 100 centavos in 1 Peso
  • Coins: 25c, 50c, Php1, Php5, Php10
  • Bank notes: Php20, Php50, Php100, Php200, Php500, Php 1000
  • Business and Banking Hours: Private and government offices are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Most shopping malls and department stores are open from 9:30 am to 8:30 pm.
  • Banks are open from 8:00am to 4:00pm.  Mondays to Fridays, with automated teller machines (ATM) that operate for 24 hours.
  • Credit Cards: International credit cards such as Visa, Mastercard, JCB and American Express Card are accepted in major establishments.
  • Location: Capiz is located in the Western Visayas region, at the northeastern portion of the Panay Island, bordering Aklan and Antique to the west, and Iloilo to the south.  Capiz faces the Sibuyan Sea to the north.
  • How to get there: Travel time to Roxas City, the main gateway to the Province of Capiz, is 45 minutes by plane (3 flights daily) around 16 hours by boat, and 14 hours by Ro-Ro (Roll-on-Roll-off) bussess from Manila.  It is approximately 2 hours drive by bus from Iloilo City and 4 hours from Catiklan, Malay, Aklan.
  • Getting around: Buses, jeepneys, public utility vans (PUV’s) ply the main streets and smaller roads between the different towns in Capiz.  The province has a well-developed system of road networks connecting to highways.  It is easy to get around the different towns as well as to nearby provinces in the Panay Island.
Places to Visit in Capiz

iscover the mystic beauty of enchanting Capiz. Catch a wave on the wide powdery gray-sand beaches of Baybay and Olotayan Island where a fascinating sunset and stunning view to die for can be seen. As your feet squeak with each step as you walk across the fine powdery gray sand, enjoy the sand caressing between your toes. This is the ultimate place to go barefoot and enjoy the casual laid back life style. It is very relaxing and therapeutic. There are different places to be visited when you are in Capiz and Roxas City.



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Roxas City

Birthplace of Manuel Roxas

Birthplace of Pres. Manuel RoxasLocated in the city proper; a two-storey hardwood stone house of the First President of the Third Philippine Republic President Manuel Roxas, now a historical shrine.

Moro Towers, Sitio Nipa

Half-torn stone structures built in 1814 in order to repel invading Moros and Portuguese colonizers.

Capiz National High School 

One of the pioneering educational institutions in the province, Capiz National High School (Capiz High School) was established and completely organized in 1914. Its imposing structure and location (top of a hill) is always a welcome sight. Its 48-step stairway is popular spot for picture taking.

Roxas City Bridge

The old imposing Roxas City Bridge (formerly Capiz Bridge) remained strong and firm after it was built in 1910 overlooking the Panay River. The bridge is a silent witness of various changes that ushered in progress and development in the City. Like the old bridge, equally alluring is the huge stretch of Panay River that transverse the very heart of the City. Passing the major edifice of the City, Roxas City River has been compared and dubbed as the "Venice of the Visayas".

Ang Panubli-On

Ang Panubli-on - Roxas City MuseumAng Panubli-On (Roxas City Museum)  originally built in 1910 as a water tank; it now stands as a museum. It has memorabilia of illustrious sons and daughters of Roxas City; collections of religious icons, artifacts and artworks.

Baybay Beach

3 kilometers from the city proper, this clean black sand beach has beach houses, motorboats for boating and fishing. Also a good place for water sports like skim boarding and water skiing or for simply basking in the sun, swimming in the cool water and taking a walk along the shore feeling the waves lap at your feet.

Olotayan Island

30 minute pump boat ride from Banica wharf, Roxas City. This 53 hectares island is blessed with colorful fishes and coral reefs.  Its crystal-clear water and abundant marine life is ideal for swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving. The island’s beach is carpeted with tiny crushed shells called cascaho. With its serene and "out of the city hassle", this quiet little island is for couples and businessmen who wants to take a break from it all.

Mantalinga Island

A kilometer away from the shoreline of Baybay Beach, Roxas City, it has been identified by the Department of Tourism as an ideal spot for scuba divers and a perfect rotunda for sailboat (dilayag) and kayaking contest. Recently named "Good Luck Island" by DOT consultants, the place is believed by local fisher folks as source of luck when names of their fish boats are written on the sides of the island before it goes fishing for the first time.

Our Lady Of The Immaculate Concepcion Cathedral

The Roxas City Metropolitan Cathedral built in 1877; reconstructed in 1954 is one of the oldest in Panay Island.  The church is a silent witness to the events that has unfolded in the city over the past centuries. Its imposing view is being complemented by its location which is beside the city plaza fronting the Panay River and the old (now Roxas City Bridge).  Fiesta lights add glitter to the church.

Cadimahan River Tour

(Libotong River Tour) - Located at LawisBaybay, Roxas City approximately 10 minutes ride away from the center of the city thru the public vehicles: tricycle, taxi, multicab. There you can experience the refreshing and enriching ride thru river while observing different ways of fishing, amidst green mangroves and associated wildlife, and interacting with fisher folks as they tell their stories.

Hortus Botanicos

Located at Brgy. Milibili, Roxas City, which is around 3.12 kms. from the city proper and 950 m away from the national road; its location is ideal for seminars, hands-on trainings program, retreats or simply for somewhere to unwind: A collection of both introduced and endemic plants that are properly labeled and arranged according to families.

Culajao Mangrove Eco-Park

Culajao Mangrove Eco-Park in Brgy. Milibili, Roxas City, CapizExperience a breath-taking view of the 4.69 hectare mangrove reservation zone; a reforestation project of the Roxas City Government in partnership with Katunggan Sa Culajao Salbaron Association (KACUSA), Inc. and PEW Fellows Program in Marine Conservation to address the dwindling mangrove forest in the City of Roxas.

Lapu-Lapu Farm

It is composed of fish cages squarely arranged though bamboo poles floating above the water and piled above the fish nets in the brackish waters of the City’s estuaries. The fish pen is solely for the breeding of lapu-lapu, a distinct fish locally known in the area.

People's Park (La Playa de Roxas)

Roxas City People's ParkFound at the end of Arnaldo Boulevard, roughly a three- minute tricycle ride from Roxas City Airport and a stone's throw away from Roxas City Seafood Plaza is a Seashore-manmade Park. With a cool breeze blowing "round the clock" and the sound of the ocean waves splashing against the park’s break water (when the tide rolls in), this place is ideal for family picnics at daytime and a romantic date at night. Take a guitar and just jam with your friends as it gives you a "Caribbean feel" with its mixture of "cobble-stone-feel" footpath, palm trees and the scent of the sea or just lounge and relax to a sun setting over the Visayan sea.

Municipality of Panay

Tadiao Bridge, Brgy. Linateran

"The site of first historical battle against Spaniards" Pan-ay was the center of the first act of revolt against the Spaniards in the Province of Capiz. This was headed by General Esteban D. Contreras, where the first battle happened on May 3, 1897, at Sitio Tadiao, Barangay Linateran, near a junction road going to Barrio Agojo. The insurrections or the Agraviados were under the command of Col. Pascual Barza.

Napti Island

About three to four hectares big located at the Sibuyan Sea, fronting Brgy. Agojo, Panay, this inhabited island has white colored beach that is actually due to accumulated skeletal coral remains.  Plenty of live coral reefs are abundant near its shore.  Fishing enthusiasts and gourmets alike have wonderful time here for the plentiful fish and lobsters.  There is also a small cave, about 100 meters long and winds several feet below the surface across the island commands a breathtaking view of Roxas City and Panay.

Buntod Beach

About a kilometer long and is located far from the inhabited section of Pan-ay; one of the cleanest beaches in Capiz; has fine black sand with a beach free of jellyfish all year round and its water is cool and clear. It is approximately 10 minutes by jeepneys, cars and tricycles from the town. It is also accessible by speedboats or pump boats from any points of Capiz.

Mangrove Reforestation

70 hectares of mangroves found in the Barangays of Pawa, Buntod, Jamul-awon and Lat-asan, Panay, Capiz.  Experience passing through the Cathedral walls of the coastline.

Santa Monica Parish Church

Sta. Monica Parish Church in Panay, Capiz This awe-inspiring church monument reveals the Spanish grandeur in Pan-ay town; a small fortress;  it is about 250 ft long and 80 ft wide with 9-ft thick walls of coral blocks. The floor is colored marble which shine in subdue tone in misty light. The central altar is an elaborated sculpture retablo of silver and hardwood in florid Baroque style. The lateral altars have intricately carved tiers of niches for images of saints. Sta. Monica is the patron saint. The church's five-story belfry shelters a huge antique bell and surrounded by 8 smaller bells. Shrouded with many enchanting tales, the huge bell holds more fascinating truth. It was cast from 70 sacks of coins believed to have been contributed by the citizens of the town. It is seven feet in diameter, five feet high and weighs 10.4 tons. In fact, it is estimated to be the largest in Southeast Asia.

Weny's Butterfly Garden

An integrated farm where one can find a variety of herbs, vegetables and ornamental plants grown organically.  You can also go fishing in the ponds for tilapia, bulan-bulan, puyo, gurami and other endemic freshwater fishes.  Another interesting sight is the butterfly farm where one can find various local species of butterfly in different colors and you can observe how it is bred in captivity.

Municipality of Tapaz

Binanog Dance of Panay Bukidnon/Panayanon/Sulodnon of Tapaz,

This is the dance of the mountain tribe, the vanishing remnants of pre-Malayan Indonesian immigrants to Panay. The dance retains to this day the original choreography arranged around ancient Indonesian fertility rites.

Pangilatan Falls

Pangilatan Falls in Tapaz, CapizLocated in Brgy. Artuz, Tapaz, Capiz is composed of a main waterfalls which has a water drop off of about 81 ft., countless mini falls whose water drop offs are between less than a foot to as high as 7 ft., the total length of which is at least 3.5 kms and could go as far as 8 kms; and a viewing area on the highest point of Brgy. Artuz where one could see the rolling hills and mountains of Tapaz and neighboring towns as far as Calinog, Iloilo in the south and Libacao, Aklan in the north, which could rival the famous chocolate hills of Bohol.

Municipality of Sigma

Dagway Sigmahanon, Inc. (DSI)

The resident theatre of Sigmahanon Foundation for Culture and the Arts, Inc. (SFCAI), of Sigma, Capiz. The group is making waves in the pioneering work of promoting Capiznon culture and arts as an instrument of development.  Social and economic issues, cultural directions, the problems of education, governance, health and other concerns are addressed through the arts especially through theatre.

Municipality of Mambusao

Paraiso Del Rio

Located at Brgy.Tumalalod, Mambuaso offers a totally contrasting experience: an adventure and thrill in a serene exotic woodland; a truly back to nature experience. Enjoy a river safari in bamboo raft as the boatmen skillfully navigate in river dam teeming with a variety of freshwater fish, and the surrounding wilderness is home to unique flora and fauna.

Kipot Cave

Located at Brgy.Burias, Mambusao, 30-minute ride; about 3 km. from Capiz State University, Mambusao campus or around 9 kms from the town proper. Wild birds, deer and wild ducks abound the place. Near the cave is a stream. The cave consists of many chambers each at a different level. Certain sections of the cave seem like dead ends except for small openings measuring 2 to 3 feet through which only one person can crawl. These holes lead to the main chamber which is as big as a hotel ballroom which is why it is dubbed as the "Kipot Hilton".

Municipality of Pilar

Balisong Cave

Balisong Cave in Pilar, CapizApproximately one and a half km from the poblacion by jeepneys, tricycles and cars over rough roads: About two years ago,At the Balisong Cave where the Capiz Revolucionarios routed the Spanish soldiers, townspeople discovered earthen pots carved with intricate designs. The cave must have been burial sites of pre-Spanish Filipinos.  This is where the greatest Capiznon hero, Juan Arce of Sigma, Capiz died. At the side of the cave is a spectacular sight of a mountain. A grayish black rock rising up to 200 ft. to the sky: Plants, orchids among them hang from the cliffs, blooming in the summer and filling the air with exotic fragrance.

Tucad Reef

It is 10 kms. along Pilar shoreline.  This is a submarine islet of seashells and corals topped with thin layers of sand. When the tide is low the whole island emerges and with it, shells and corals of different colors – green, red, blue, pink, clear water. From this marine garden, the mountains of Masbate can be seen. Tucat Reef is accessible by a pumpboat or on foot during low tides.


A fishing village where patis and ginamos are made; one finds vast fields of sugarcane, rice and corn on the 3 km road from the highway to this place.  It has a beautiful 3 km stretch of fine gray sand beach fringed with palm trees that neatly line the village as haven for those who seek refuge from the city hassles. Casanayan is a barrio gifted with a bizarre phenomenon – a woman's dead body that refuses to decay. Maria Basanes died at the age of 47 due to a heart attack in 1829. When her body was exhumed ten years after her death, it was found intact and well – preserved which was surprising because her embalming was supposedly good for only 3 days. Now, the dead body is brownish – black, light and hard as wood, stand inside a small hand-me-down coffin. Her forehead has a portion where the skin was peeled off superstitiously by men who believed it could be a lucky charm in fishing.

Hinulugan Falls

One of Capiz's highest waterfalls plunges over the brink into a shaded pool.  The waters cascade through three waterfalls among beautiful woodland settings along the way is another gigantic falls, where water magnificently flow from the top of the mountain along gorges and stands of unspoiled timbers.  Its rustling sound can be clearly heard along the road which is more than 200 meters away.  It is located in Brgy. Tabun-acan, Pilar.

Agtalin Shrine

Considered as the tallest religious icon in the country, Agtalin Shrine is an 80 ft. statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary atop a mountain.  Thousands of devotees attend Mass here every first Saturday of the month.

Municipality of President Roxas

Capiz Sugar Central – President Roxas, Capiz

Municipality of Dumalag

Suhot Cave And Spring

Suhot Cave & Spring in Dumalag, CapizSituated in Dumalag, Capiz and only 300 meters from the provincial road, It is actually a series of interconnected caverns of different sizes. At the cave's arched entrance is a pool of clear, ice cold water fed by a rock spring from within the cave. Further on, however, is a crack in the rocks where sulfurous water comes out. Suhot is believed to have a connecting tunnel to the Badiang Cave, Dumarao Since both caves are found in the same mountain only 6 km apart from each other but Badiang is on a higher elevation. On the other hand, entrance to Badiang is hidden by dense jungle. In pre-war days, phosphate was said to have been extracted from the cave but it was a short-live effort.

Lahab Cave

Located at Brgy. San Miguel, Dumalag, Capiz. Fanciful formations of stalactites and stalagmites make this a fascinating underground world. Its side walls are solid strontium and the ceilings are arched with prismatic crystals that flash and twinkle. On its floor are terraced miniature dams of cool water. The scenic hills and peaceful valleys on the surface are part of the place's attraction.

St. Martin of Tours Parish Church

St. Martin of Tours Parish ChurchIt is 200 feet long and 50 feet wide. The walls are 3 feet thick and made of yellow sandstone. It has two doors at its side and one main doorway in front. There are six windows at each side with columns between them reaching to the roof. These are also small buttresses at the sides. The façade is decorated with small columns. At the front left side of the church is the five-story belfry housing 5 bells of different sizes, all made in 1881.The church's interior is shaped like a cross. The church was finished in 1872 when Fr. Andel Abasolo was parish priest of the town.

Municipality of Ivisan

The Coves of Ivisan

The coves are 10 km. or 30 minutes by jeepney, car or tricycle over rough roads from the town proper. These two barangays have the only white sand beach coves in the whole Capiz. In Basiao are the following coves: Marangcalan, Dinogmaan, Patyo and Basiao.

Municipality of Jamindan

Suhoton Caves

Located in Jamindan; it has several multi-layered chambers in its vast interior. Inside one chamber is an altar-like formation surrounded by stalagmites that seem like giant images in silent repose. Some chambers are as big as hotel ballrooms or cathedrals.

Pangabitkabiton Falls

Its aquamarine deep waters rest alongside the steep sloping rocks somewhat like a wall of 70 inclination.  The drop-off waters are only a few feet that intertwine the rocky banks of the river.  The deep waters have been preserved due to no occurrence of silts.  Enjoy the river's cooling sensation at the mountainous outskirts of Brgy. San Jose, Jamindan, Capiz.

Camp Peralta

The second largest military camp in the country with an area of more than 33,000 hectares.

Municipality of Sapian

Mussel Farm

Ten kilometers north of the town's commercial hub out in the sea, this mussel farm patiently lies like a silent picture of a thousand bamboo stilts arrayed 6 feet apart into the briny water. However, each bamboo pole stuck through the sea floor 6 to 7 feet deep yields hundreds of fat dark green mussel neatly arranged like dark distended leaves sprouting heavily on top of each other. One gets to this sea farm by means of pump boats, dugouts or rafts from Sitio Angkin.

Our Lady Of Lourdes Grotto Meditation Hills

Constructed in February 2005 in Sitio Bangkal, Brgy. Maninang, Sapian, Capiz is nestled on top of the hill owned by the Villanueva Family resting among the giant boulders, rocks & stones ( as if place & arranged one over the other by an unexplainable force) as this area keep appearing on his dreams. There are resting places, sheltered umbrellas & shades made of indigenous materials available in the premises with bamboo and wooden benches scattered along the way. From the foot of the hill, you will cross a creek and upon reaching the cave itself, you will find a romantic view of the highway, the rolling hills & the mountain ranges.  The surrounding area of the Grotto is indeed conducive to meditation and praying. The deafening silence allows you to hear only the blowing of the wind, the singing of the birds and the rushing sound of cascading waterfalls. Surrounded with big trees and greenery, it is accessible thru all means of transportation.

Municipality of Maayon

Igang Cave

A limestone cave found in Tapulang, Maayon , around 7 kms. from the poblacion or a 15-minute ride by car or jeepney. It has several entrances at difference levels which lead to a central chamber and fan out again to different passages. Big star like structures connect upper portions to the central chamber, which is well-lighted and well-ventilated. A gradually sloping passage, 7 feet wide and 7 foot high, takes to the lower chamber, which unlike the upper and central chamber is dark. The floor is covered with guano which the townspeople use as fertilizer. The cave has stalactites and stalagmites.

Municipality of Dao

Lolets Eco-Park

Enjoy a host of beauty of nature and man's creativeness at its theme park, located in the midst of a farm. Each of its themed sections offers fantastic experience for the family and groups. Amenities include swimming pools, boating, pavilion, flower garden, aviary, fishpond, playground, and many more.

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