El Nido to Coron tour - split level motorized banca

The 5-day El Nido to Coron Tour (or Coron to El Nido)  runs from December to May upon demand using a large two-level motorized outrigger banca. The program is flexible allowing sleeping on board or camping on the beaches near the boat’s nightly anchorage. If it’s camping, access to your private island hideaway is by sea kayak, paddled by you or a tiny outrigger paddled by your guide who’ll set up your comfy tent complete with mattress & real pillow, hotel linen and both bath and beach towel. And there’s a small tented bathroom with a chemical toilet: Your shower is a solar bag shower under the stars. A chef will prepare your meal, served with your favorite beverage. What happens for the rest of the evening can be read in the stars. This one of Tribal Adventures’ signature million heavenly star-rated experiences!

Itinerary

DAY 1

Depart 10am from El Nido for Coron, or, from Coron for El Nido, on a double deck motorized outrigger banca–the top floor, capturing the tropical breeze, ideal for sleeping at night. Cruising for an average of 3 hours a day, each day is interspersed by stops at reefs to snorkel, beaches to explore and swim off. The boat carries sea kayaks enough for each person for ease of travel from boat to beach and for fun explorations. Meals prepared on boat or cooked on open fire on the beach. Anchor North tip of El Nido/Coron Island near southwest tip

DAY 2

Day 02 Depart by banca after breakfast, wending our way between palm-fringed, sand-ringed islands, stopping to beach comb, snorkel & kayak, before moving on and settling on a beach for the night. Anchor South Linapacan/Culion island beach.

DAY 3

After breaking camp and breakfast we cruise more green-blue waters, stopping to snorkel and swim off pristine beaches. We drop anchor at another superlative beach and snorkel more and take a kayak for an explore while the crew makes camp and prepares sunset drinks. Anchor Northern Linapacan beach/Northern Linapacan beach.

DAY 4

Cruise through to Coron Island, paddling into wondrous lagoons, exploring caves and beaches and snorkeling at whim. Anchor South-west tip of Coron Island/Southern Linapacan

DAY 5

Day 05 We cruise past more idyllic islands before passing jaw-dropping limestone wonders ahead of reaching our destination in Coron or El Nido.
Transfer out to airport after breakfast for flight to Manila. Breakfast

 -End Itinerary –

The 5days/4nights El Nido to Coron tour includes boat, kayak, snorkel-mask, meals (Lx5; Bx4; Dx4); Permarest camp mattresses, tall 4-person tents for couples, shorter 3 person tents for single, sheets and towels, solar bag shower, basic toiletries, toilet on board beer, rum, soft drinks and drinking water in abundance, 1 bottle of quality red or white wine per participant.

 

  • Cost per person:
    4 + Persons P49,941
    3 Persons P61,312
    2 Persons P76,611
    1 Person P128,971

     

    Per person for exceeding nights 5 & 6 at Palawan SandCastles in an airconditioned beach house with en suite with daily breakfast and transfers from Coron town to resort and resort to Airport on Day 7 add: 1 person = 11,215 pesos ; 2 persons = 7,190; 3 persons = 6,885 ; 4+ persons = 6,210

    TOTAL FOR 7-day package all-inclusive except for meals other than breakfast at Palawan SandCastles

    Cost per person:
    4 + Persons P56,088
    3 Persons P68,197
    2 Persons P83,801
    1 Person P140,186
  • PLEASE NOTE: If not advised otherwise, fresh fish will be the staple protein for lunch and dinner, with meat being secondary–usually as an addition to fish and squid. Fresh vegetables and fruit may be expected with lunch and dinner. Should you want crabs, prawns, bugs or lobster you will need to pay extra: You’ll be invited to purchase such fresh food items, if available, with your Tribal Adventures’ team at the start of your expedition,  and when possible, during your expedition: Expect to budget an extra 1,000 pesos + per adult per day. You will need to bring cash as the crew will not have the budget for crabs, prawns, bugs or lobster.