Baker's Hill is a famous hang out place in Palawan, known for their freshly baked goodies like hopia, munchies and crinkles. It is located on top of a...
Ivisan is a municipality in the province of Capiz and is the smallest town in the province. It has a total land area of 5, 420 hectares and is divided into political subdivisions comprising fifteen barangays; 2 urban and 13 rural. Its urban centers include Poblacion Norte and Poblacion Sur.
The name Ivisan came from the word "Ibis," a small kind of fish which is abundant in the town. The name "Ibisan" was officially acknowledged by prominent village men and Spanish officials during the Spanish colonial occupation. This was then eventually changed to "Ivisan."
The main industry of the people in the community are fishing and farming. Poultry, livestock, buri weaving and salt-making are also primary sources of livelihood in the area.
The viability of tourism in the area is also being considered by the community. At present, a small beach resort known as Virgin Beach is gaining popularity in the whole province and in the region. The white sand beach, the cool, clean waters and the beautiful scenery attract tourists and excursionists to frequent the site. It is a perfect place for a vacation with its peaceful ambiance and the delicious seafood available for picnickers and visitors.