Trip Report: Sira-an Hot Springs Resort, Anini-y, Antique

Journey Report: Sira-an Sizzling Springs Vacation resort, Anini-y, Antique

A photograph narrative of our trip from Iloilo Town to Sira-an Very hot Springs in Anini-y, Antique Province.

The nine of us stop at Tiolas, Iloilo for breakfast

The nine of us cease at Tiolas, Iloilo for breakfast

We remaining our dwelling in Molo, Iloilo Town ahead of 8 in the morning but our progress was not fast as we stopped to obtain the wonderful bibinkas (a coconut specialty) at the “Bingkahan Mohon” in Oton — remarkably, hugely advised. It ideal around the junction with the highway which heads to Mandurriao. We purchased our get-out lunch at an eatery in Tiolas, in which we also spied and acquired a gorgeous 4 kilogram speckled grouper to be picked up on our way back. The eatery is Magpatao-Hay. It is on the remaining right before Tiolas. It a authentic Filipino place with grime flooring but wonderful folks and excellent foodstuff. They capture their very own fish just offshore of the eatery. Complete of provisions we received underway the moment again. We turned of towards Anini-y at Tiolas, which is further than San Joaquin. Had we ongoing on the primary highway we would have crossed the mountains and finished up at Antique’s capitol, San Jose.

There is also a bus from Iloilo City to Sira-an Very hot Springs and to Nogas Island Even though we have not ridden it ourselves, it appears to be like to be a rapid-paced experience. We realize that it leaves from the bus terminal in Molo on San Pedro Road, a block or two east of Molo Plaza. You are going to have to uncover and discuss with bus terminal supervisor to discover the plan.  It can be flagged down at any level together its route.

Bus from Iloilo City to Sira-an Hot Springs and Anini-y (Nogas Island)

Bus from Iloilo Metropolis to Sira-an Hot Springs and Anini-y (Nogas Island)

The view from the Tiolas eatery looking up the coast toward San Joaquin

The view from the Tiolas eatery looking up the coastline towards San Joaquin, Iloilo.

The trees lining the Tiolas shore are Flame Trees (Delonix regia).  They create a excellent vista from the heights higher than the shore and probably from the drinking water far too.  Whoever planted them should obtain a medal, a statue in the park!

From Tiolas, Iloilo looking toward Antique Province

From Tiolas, Iloilo hunting toward Antique Province

The street from Iloilo City to Tiolas, San Joaquin is fantastic.  Just after turning remaining in Tiolas the route is quite gorgeous.  At initial the road is paved but the terrain will become steeper and the road is gravel and dust besides for a couple stretches where by it passes via settlements. Autos can most likely make it Ok but an SUV or AUV is superior.  Just consider your time.  It is a beautiful excursion.

Pretty towns on the way from Tiolas to Anini-y.  This is the Lawigan (we think!)

Quite cities on the way from Tiolas to Anini-y. This is the Girl Salvacion Parish Church in Lawigan, San Joaquin, Iloilo 

We arrive at Sira-an Hot Springs Resort, Anini-y, Antique

We arrive at Sira-an Very hot Springs Resort, Anini-y, Antique

Wherever to continue to be.  There are right away lodging at Sira-an. Speak to Anini-y, Antique Office environment of the Mayor 0927-7743157 (036) 19821-129

You can also stay at “The Dive House” in Anini-y.  For details see the Nogas Island Narrative

Our picnic shelter at Sira-an Resort. Cost for admission (9 of us) and shelter about P350

Our picnic shelter at Sira-an Resort. Cost for admission (9 of us) and shelter about P350

Anini-y is seismologically active and has its own monitoring station

Anini-y, Antique is seismologically active and has its possess checking station

Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology, Anini-y, Antique, Philippines

Nogas Island from Sira-an Resort.

White sand beach front of Nogas Island visible from Sira-an Vacation resort.

Extra on Nogas Island listed here.

 
Looking toward Anini-y poblacion from Sira-an, Antique Province

Seeking towards Anini-y poblacion from Sira-an, Antique Province

Sira-an also offers ocean swimming - Carol and Cedia try it out

Sira-an also presents ocean swimming but no sand. Carol and Cedia try out it out

Eli and Cedia soaking in Sira-an hot springs

Eli and Cedia soaking in Sira-an sizzling springs

Eli's cousin Ann expertly BBQs pork belly - Sira-an Hot Springs Resort

Eli’s cousin Ann expertly BBQs pork stomach – Sira-an Hot Springs Resort

A last glimpse of Nogas Island showing Sira-an cactus

A past glimpse of Nogas Island displaying Sira-an cactus

We follow a well-loaded jeepney back to Iloilo City

We stick to a very well-loaded jeepney back again to Iloilo Town