Backpacking series part 2:

On backpacking Panay Island you get the best of both worlds. You get the have tons of adventure exploring different islands, beaches, waterfalls, rivers and lagoons. On the other hand you get the relaxation you deserve by having a Kawa hot bath or a massage in Boracay. If you have more time you can explore Guimaras island and taste their mangoes or visit Carabao Island north of Boracay. Panay Island has many hidden gems waiting to be discovered.

Exploring places in Panay Island more?

Roxas City E-tinerary

Aklan General E-tinerary

Antique General E-tinerary

Iloilo and Guimaras General E-tinerary

Boracay E-tinerary

You might want to check out this dates when traveling Panay Island:

Dinagyang Festival – fourth Sunday of January

Ati-atihan Festival – third Sunday of January

Capiztaha Festival – April 22 to 24




Day 1

  • Going to Kalibo, Aklan
  • Kalibo City Tour

Day 2

  • Olotayan Island
  • Roxas City Tour

Day 3

  • Isla De Gigantes
  • Going to Iloilo City

Day 4

  • Iloilo City Walking Tour

Day 5

  • Going to Tibiao, Antique
  • River Tubing & Kawa Hot Bath

Day 6

  • Going to Malay, Aklan
  • Boracay

Day 7

  • Boracay

Day 8

  • Going home

Tibiao, Antique

  • Kawa Inn
  • Kayak Inn
  • Godo’s Hotel and Restaurant


Roxas City, Capiz

  • Grand Gazebo Events Place and Dormitel
  • Roxas President’s Inn
  • MVW Restaurant & Tourist Inn


Iloilo City, Iloilo

  • Circle Inn
  • Sheridan Botique Resort
  • Hotel Del Rio


Boracay Island, Malay


Tibiao, Antique

  • Magan
  • Mammamia
  • J’s Chicken Inato


Roxas City, Capiz

  • Café Terraza
  • Espacio Verde Resort
  • Seafood Plaza


Iloilo City, Iloilo

  • Muelle Deli and Restaurant
  • Beng’s Seafood Restaurant
  • Salam Ukan


Boracay Island, Malay


Tibiao, Antique

  • Tibiao Bakery


Roxas City, Capiz

  • Dried Fish
  • Buko Pie
  • Capiz Shells a.k.a. Pios

Iloilo City, Iloilo

  • Cream Horn
  • Biscocho
  • Butter Scotch


Boracay Island, Malay

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