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How to get to Garin Farm in San Joaquin, Iloilo

2018 Iloilo Travel Guide How to go to Garin Farm

Garin Farm is a popular pilgrimage site and tourist destination in San Joaquin, Iloilo. Located at around 50 kilometers away from Iloilo City, it is a great place to relax, retreat, and meditate, as well as to bring yourself closer to nature and to our Creator. One of it's popular attractions is the "PILGRIMAGE: A Journey from Creation to Ascension,". For this, you will climb a hill where you will see many statues depicting different biblical events. The highlight of the Garin Pilgrimage Site is the huge cross on top and the Dark Meditation Tunnel that will lead you to the "heaven-like" installation with many angels, saints and the holy trinity at the center.


How to go to Garin Farm?


  • From Iloilo City, take a van bound for San Joaquin. You can find the van terminal going to San Joaquin at Molo Terminal. Fare is 100 pesos. Travel time is around 1.5 hours.
  • Alternatively, you can take a bus or jeepney bound for San Joaquin or Antique from Iloilo City. Terminals can be found at Molo Terminal, Super, or Mohon Terminal. Fare is around 60 pesos and travel time is about 1.5 hours.
  • Tell the driver to drop you at the road leading to Garin Farm.
  • From the national hi-way take a tricycle to Garin Farm. Fare is 10 pesos each or 50 pesos per tricycle. Travel time is about 5 minutes.

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Tips and Reminders:


  • Entrance fee is 150 pesos person. This includes the Pilgrimage Site and Farm Tour.
  • Be physically prepared for long walks and in climbing the top of the hill.
  • If you don't want to walk or climb the hill, you can take the golf cart. I think it's 90 pesos per person going up and 60 pesos going down.
  • Wear light clothes and comfortable shoes. Bring water to keep you hydrated. You may also bring an umbrella or wear a cap to protect you from the heat of the sun.
  • A restaurant is available inside the farm.
  • If you want to stay overnight, Garin Farm also offers room accommodations.
  • Other activities to do in Garin Farm include: feeding of the animals boating, kayaking, zip line, and swimming.


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5 comments :

  1. Good morning Sir, I would like to ask lang po kung saan po kami makakasakay nang van na bound for San Joaquin? Thank you

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  2. good day po.. how do we get to garin farm from ilo ilo pier? and where can we check in with a cheaper rate? thanks po...

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  3. good day po.. how do we get to garin farm from ilo ilo pier? and where can we check in with a cheaper rate? thanks po...

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  4. how can we go garin farm if we are in bacolod

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    1. Just passing by this page, but I go to and fro Ilo and Bacolod several times. Ride a ferry from Bacolod to Iloilo pier po.(oceanjet/fastcat)
      From the pier, you have 2 options:
      1.) You can ride a taxi to Molo Terminal.(i suggest this if youre going with middle aged adults or older)
      2.) Ride a jeep from pier, ask the driver to drop you near the capitol where you can ride a jeep going to "Villa". Ride a jeep on the "Villa route" and ask driver to drop you at Molo Terminal.
      Then read the rest of the directions in this post. �� I kept it short, u can look up on the internet regarding fares or travel time.

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