Discover the beautiful Palawan area with an affordable, private custom boat tour going either direction between El Nido and Coron (or click here for local Coron boat tours only):
- hundreds of paradise beach islands to discover
- excellent snorkeling in the clearest waters in the world
- caves to explore
- Spanish historical fortress
- cliff diving into the ocean
- camp out on deserted islands, stay in rural settings or luxury accommodation
- start and end your trip anywhere, choose your destinations and proceed at your own pace
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Contrary to other operators, our tours are not packaged. You can hire your own boat for as little as 45,000p for a four day tour (price is per boat, not person) – get instant quote. Roughly 5k for each additional or less day. You can invite others to join, or keep it private/closed. Choose which spots to go to and proceed at your own pace. Check out the great testimonials from our customers.
Here is a drone video by one guest on a boat trip through this magical area:
Or for those who like pictures, check out these on our facebook page:
Meals are 200p each (includes fruits and other snacks) and the boats are equipped with tents, snorkeling gear, mattresses and sheets. Wakeboards and speargun available on request.
Here are some suggested stops you can visit or sleep at, more details for each stop here (part of the booking process, as you will be able to choose your exacts stops of interest, if you so wish):
Sibaltan <> Coron – 45,000p/boat for a four day tour (capacity 8-12), 5k extra or less for each additional or less day. 1,000p extra for each additional person above one. Number of days and routes, starting points and destinations very flexible, get instant quote!
Local Linapacan day tour – generally 700p/pax, 1500p minimum, and includes lunch – more details. Various ferry options to get here from either El Nido or Coron, 1,500p/pax, or 700p/pax if going through San Fernando, just east of El Nido.
Check out the below video for excerpts of a 6 day, 8 island hopping tour of the area to see how clear the water is, a glimpse of some of the many paradise and undeveloped islands, and the endless amount of excellent snorkeling:
Fresh seafood caught by local fishermen
Experience rural Filipino life
A lone caretaker’s hut where he lives with his wife and daughter on one of the deserted islands
(200 hectares with four private beaches)
Snorkeling in Linapacan, clearest waters in the world.
And while you’re at it, make sure to drop by our kitesurfing nature sports camp!
There is also diving (two shipwrecks) and the Old Spanish Fortress in Linapacan and
climbing island rock faces that plunge straight into the ocean (pictures coming up).
Or check out our suggested travel itinerary for the Palawan area.