Pulang Pasayan Island - Guimaras Attractions

Pulang Pasayan Island

Pulang Pasayan in Pandaraonan, Nueva Valencia, Guimaras is also known as Tiniguiban Islet in the maritime charts is home to the rare species of scarlet-colored shrimps.


Locals believe that the scarlet-colored shrimps found in the island are enchanted and refrained from consuming the brightly colored crustaceans. Fisher folks would warn visitors from pointing the shrimps to spare them from being harmed by enchanted beings.


Together with the island's sweet mangoes and pristine beaches, Pulang Pasayan's mysterious red shrimps has been a must-see attraction to local and foreign tourists.


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Events Related to Pulang Pasayan Island

Karosahan Festival
Manggahan sa Guimaras Festival
Mountain Bike Festival

Attractions Related to Pulang Pasayan Island

Ave Maria Islet
Buho Ramirez Cave
Camp Jossman Headquarters
Capitoguan Cave
Consoler's of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (CIHM)
Eli Sustituido Farm
Guisi Point Lighthouse
Higante Cave
Hurot- Hurot cave
Macopo Falls
Navalas Church
Pirate Cave
Sad-sad Falls
Sea Turtle Temporary Feeding and Caring Station
The Guimaras Agritourism Circuit
Tiniguiban Islet