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Living in San Jose De Buenavista, Philippines:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit San Jose De Buenavista, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in San Jose De Buenavista what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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The people are known to be hospitable and warm. They would always extend assistance to guest and visitors. The Catholic church holds a strong influence to the culture, architecture and norms. Agriculture is the main industry. has its own fishery, livestock and poultry sectors. There are a handful of mining facilities that exploit mineral resources.

Katrina, says: 2020

Not known to many but life here is quite great. If you’re a nature friendly person, you can breathe in fresh air from the moment you wake up till you close your eyes at night. You can plants fresh veggies and fruits on your own backyard. People here are hospitable, genuine and friendly. Everyone can be your friend. It’s a paradise for wandering souls who seeks a place where you can literally see the mountains meeting the sea.

As someone living in San Jose, Antique, people who are aiming to visit or to live here should expect a simple yet peaceful environment. Traffic is lesser than of those experienced in bigger cities and pollution is less.

Daniella, says: 2020

San Jose De Buenavista, Antique, is located in Panay Island. This place is also known as “The land where the mountain meets the sea”. While travelling all the way to the Place from Ilo-ilo, you could see the wonderful and magnificent sceneries below (Sea) and Mountains (Above). When visiting to the place, please do advance research with the Kinaray-a Language. Example of which, Municipality – “Banwa”.

Joanna, says: 2020

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