Island Hopping in the Philippines

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Affordable expeditions for couples, families and groups for as little as 900 pesos or $20 per person per day for a five day tour.

Snorkel in the clearest waters in the world, explore caves, an old Spanish fortress, cliff diving into the ocean, swim with turtles, walk through jungle trails and experience the warm hospitality of rural Filipinos.

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Boat tour and expedition prices

For our larger boats with capacity twelve people, 45,000p for a four day tour, plus 1,000p for each additional person above one, 200p/meal (includes fruit and other snacks), accommodation separate (or sleep on the boat for free). All-inclusive package tours are also possible (instant quote and options once you fill in the form).

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Alternatively you can join another group or form your own to reduce costs.

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Explore the natural beauty of the Philippines in your own custom tour. Go where you want, on your own schedule, and share the experience with whom you choose.

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亮戴
亮戴
10:14 23 Feb 19
i just gave a blind call and tried to find how would i spend my half a day in coron. The staff was very friendly and gave me clear instructions starting from getting out of the airport to how to bargain with the boatman lol. many thanks!!!
Eric Liu
Eric Liu
00:22 15 Mar 18
It was scary to book a 5 day trip with no places to stay confirmed or a strong itinerary. And in the Philippines, communication is difficult. But that is part of changing mindsets to a rural island mindset. In the end, everything worked out. We had some tough moments with bugs. But we also had some amazingly beautiful secluded beaches, the best snorkeling in the world, relaxing on the beach, and freshly made food on the boat while docked at beautiful places (better than being on land). Note, we went with Benji.Recommendations:- you must get a local SIM when you arrive to make sure pickup and everything works out- some islands have bugs - use bug spray!Pros: - a fraction of the cost- away from the crowds- can customize what you want - just ask!- a truly local experience - saw a REAL rural townCons:- locals aren't really polished tour guides- if you don't ask for it, you won't get it, need to be pretty proactive- pretty simple "activities" - no frills like bathrooms or kayaks etc.
LAURA MARIAROSA BAECHLER
LAURA MARIAROSA BAECHLER
10:24 14 Mar 18
We booked a 4 days/3 nights private boat trip from Coron to Sibaltan. The organization went very well from the beginning, the owner answered to all my questions, and we were able to choose which islands to visit and where to sleep. The first night we slept in a bungalow in Banana Island, the second we camped in Araw beach and the last we slept in a seafront bungalow builded on a tree in Pical on Iloc Island.The islands in that area are the most beautiful islands I have ever seen, with clear water, lots of coral reef and fishes to see, white sand and almost deserted. The crew was very friendly and polite and they organize every single meal and for camping they give you a tent which was just perfect! This was our highlight in our 2 weeks in the Philippines and I wish I had booked a longer trip. A private trip gives you the freedom to decide where and when to go.
Mechal Beatriz
Mechal Beatriz
07:31 30 Jan 18
A very nice place for escaping the reality of the world... IT'S CORON...nice n paradise...
Paula Litchfield
Paula Litchfield
22:48 05 Apr 17
We loved every moment of our trip!! It was the highlight of our time in the Philippines. We loved it so much in Pical that we decided to stay there for two nights and traveled straight to Coron on the third day. We enjoyed getting to know our boat crew- Rubin, Jake, and Jude. The food was more than we could have ever hoped for!! I think fish and rice does not really describe it well. Theresa, Rubin, Momo and the other cooks made the best Filipino food we ate on our entire trip. We did not need to bring anything extra with us since there were a few shops in the town selling snacks and bottled water. The Captain's Hut in Pical was absolutely beautiful!! We slept on clean mattresses with a view of the ocean and a breeze blew through our hut at night. No blankets were needed and there were mosquito nets over each bed (not that bugs were a problem). We just let the crew recommend our island stops and we were amazed by the beauty. They were very careful to make sure we were safe and comfortable. The town of Pical made us feel welcome. We played volleyball with them one evening. We had a quick tour of the local high school and loved visiting with the local children.
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Country info

Meanwhile, I am in the process of exploring the rest of the country to offer boat tours there as well, and will be compiling info on each area and city of the best sites and sounds. My personal preference though is nature and off the beaten path places. Come join me in my sidecar!

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