Vista Land’s projects in Iloilo have been at the forefront of transforming what used to be an average skyline. They are currently working on hundreds of residential homes for Lessandra and Camella, two brands that specialize in masterplanned communicities.
Camella Savannah is the grand flagship residential development of Vista Land in Iloilo City. Savannah City is composed of five enclaves- The Crest, The Trails, The Glades, The Orchard, and The Glen. Savannah has a house and lot for sale in Iloilo and has complete amenities for the whole family from the clubhouse with swimming pools, children’s playground, open and five basketball courts, football field, gazebo, tennis court, jogging, and biking paths.
Aside from this, Savannah City residents have access through their needs as the city has its school, church, shopping malls, and business establishments.
Safety and security are also guaranteed in the city as it has guarded entrance gates equipped with CCTV, high perimeter fences, and round-the-clock roving security guards.
Camella Savannah is accessible to major locations in the province as it is 15 minutes away from the Iloilo International Airport and 20 minutes away from Iloilo’s business and entertainment district.
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Vista City is a grand master-planned city in the province that has Vista Land’s quality and beautiful house and lot for sale with amenities such as community services and utility center, football field, shuttle terminal, clubhouse and swimming pool, basketball court, mini gardens, and playground, St. Pio Church, Georgia Academy, Vista Mall, space for commercial establishments and 24/7 security.
Have you been to the “Heart of the Philippines”? If not, let us give you a glimpse of what to expect at the Heart of the Philippines, Iloilo.
With the expanding economy, rich culture and heritage, tourism, reasonable cost of living, and availability of house and lot for sale in Iloilo, living and going to this province is worthwhile.
The Province of Iloilo is in the Western Visayas region and is the center of the Philippine archipelago. Its capital is the City of Iloilo, and it is situated in a major southeast portion of the Visayan island of Panay. The island of Panay is a beautiful place that borders on the province of Antique to its west, Capiz in north and northeast as well- Bordering Jintotolo Channel; Guimaras Strait which it shares with Iloilo Strait southwest across from where Negros Island lies.
The province of Iloilo is divided into two geographic regions; the highlands of the Central Panay Mountain Range on the western border and the valley fields which is the larger portion of the province.
The province has small islands located on the east of its northernmost tip. Some known islands in the province are Gigantes Island, Pan de Azucar or Tampisaw Island, and Sicogon Island. Aside from islands, the province is also rich in mountain ranges. Some known peaks in Iloilo are Mount Baloy is the highest mountain in Iloilo, Mount Llorente, Mount Sansanan, Mount Napulak, Mount Balabag.
Fishponds and mangrove wetlands can be seen along the coasts and rivers of Iloilo City and the town of Oton, Leganes, Zarraga, Dumangas, Anilao, Banate, Barotac Viejo, Barotac Nuevo, Ajuy, Balasan, and Carles.
People from Iloilo are called Ilonggos. They are known for being charming and sweet. They are soft-spoken, genuine and their voice is soothing to the ears. These characteristics of Ilonggos were one of the reasons why their province is dubbed as the heart of the Philippines.
Ilonggos use three languages in the province- Hiligaynon or Ilonggo, Kinaray-a, or language used by people from Antique and Capiznon or the language used in the province of Capiz.
Before, the major economic sectors of the province consist of agriculture, fishery, and tourism. The central agricultural products of the province are rice which is their main crop, corn, legume, mango banana, and pineapple. Fishery concentrates on catching fish and other marine produce. The fishery is considered the main source of livelihood in southern and northern Iloilo. Aside from this, Iloilo also has cola canning, sugar manufacturing, leaf oil processing, and handicraft such as gift and furniture processing.
To date, Iloilo marked a diversified economy with the entry of business process outsourcing or BPO companies. Along with this Iloilo has also produced a good number of overseas Filipino worker community of seafarers and nurses because of the universities and colleges that were built in the province, particularly in the city.
With these changes, Iloilo’s economy is now being driven by a broader array of industries which includes agribusiness, tourism, BPOs, trading activities, and service-driven firms, like banks, colleges, and universities, and hospitals.
Another contributing industry to the booming economy of Iloilo is tourism, as the province is known for its rich culture, delicacies, historical buildings, cultural traditions, natural sceneries, and festivals.
A bustling economy also makes this province perfect for tourists looking for an adventure in paradise; don’t forget about all those delicious foods either: Ilonggos know how best recreate popular Filipino dishes using locally sourced ingredients while preserving their own distinct flavor profiles at every turn possible
Activities that tourists enjoy in the province are:
City tours– Get the chance to visit the best restaurants, museums, hotels, shopping districts, Spanish-colonial churches, ancestral houses, and institutions.
Food tours- Get the chance to visit restaurants that offer Iloilo delicacies made by true-blooded Ilonngos. Going to Iloilo is never complete without savoring their La Paz Batchoy and Pancit Molo.
Attend Dinagyang Festival– Dinagyang Festival is the largest religious and cultural festival in Iloilo. It is celebrated every 4th Sunday of January or after the celebration of Sinulog in Cebu and the Ati-Atihan Festival in Aklan. The festival is held to show respect to Santo Nino and mark the start of the arrival of Malay immigrants in the province. During the festival, Dinagyang Ati fills the streets and dances to the tune of fast-paced drumbeats.
Explore the Islands – Get a chance to visit Iloilo’s beautiful island and beaches such as the famous Gigantes Island, Concepcion, Ajuy, Cabugao Gamay, Agho, Gigantes Sur and Norte.
Explore Iloilo’s Mountains– Get a chance to visit Iloilo’s central highland mountain and explore waterfalls and hiking trails.
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