A strategically designed inflatable waterpark in the middle of the gulf right in front of the resort. Guests are welcome to enjoy and challenge themselves as they make their way through the course.
No island getaway is complete without its array of water activities to try out and we have a wide variety of options for each traveler
Whether solo or with a buddy, paddle around under the sun and get closer to the water.
Explore the cove on one of our stand-up paddleboards. Whether kneeling or standing you’re sure to get in a good workout and some time under the sun!
The best way to enjoy the sunsets of Andana is to take one of our paraws out for a relaxing cruise around the gulf.
Discover the many attractions that form the richness of Filipino culture. Embracing the truth in its influences and admiring the history of its ancestors, get to know this side of the country through the different tours that Iloilo and Guimaras have to offer.
Get to see Guimaras up close through its various municipalities – Jordan, Nueva Valencia, Buenavista, San Lorenzo, and Sibunag. Discover sights like “The Smallest Town Plaza” from the Guiness Book of World Records, Trappist Monastery, Navalas Church – one of the oldest Roman Catholic Churches built in the 1880s, Guisi Lighthouse – another 18th century remarkable structure, the Dasal Sibunag Vegetable Growers Association – where you can pick and pay for your own produce, BPI – Guimaras National Crop Research, Support, and Development Center – focuses on mangoes and other crop studies, and many other locations rich in history or development. The San Lorenzo Wind Farm which showcases the island’s famous windmills.
There’s no other place in the world that could compare to island hopping in the Philippines. Here, you’ll get to enjoy the Ave Maria Islet’s crystal clear waters, explore Baras Cave, and what is considered “The Jewel of Guimaras,” Taklong Island. You’ll have the opportunity to learn about the thriving fishing industry through an educated orientation/tour with SEAFDEC (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center). And get to swim, snorkel, kayak, scuba dive, trek, and picnic too!
With Iloilo being one of the main thriving cities during the Spanish occupation it wont be a surprise to still see structures and streets of that period. Get to walk through Calle Real – one of the previous main streets of industry and commerce selling goods from Europe, Casa Real – the former home of the Alcalde- Mayor in the 1980s, Plaza Libertad – where our Philippine flag first rose in Visayas, Molo Church – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Museu Iloilo – the first government commissioned museum outside Metro Manila, and so much more.