Choose how much you hike, cave, bike, canyon, do pottery or raft the Cordillera in our most popular Northern Luzon programme
Paddle and explore the Calamian Islands with your own sea kayak at your own pace, but with the assurance of professional support that leaves no guess-work.
A week-long sea kayaking adventure that will take you across the coastline of Busuanga, visiting the three limestone giants, Black Island, Sangat, and Coron.
Experience the whole of Coron, from its tourist highlights to its remote beaches and lagoons. Meet the local Tagbanua tribespeople and talk about their ways and culture.
A 7-day adventure holiday that connects the Philippines’ top 2 tourist destinations: Palawan and Boracay, giving an awesome mix of relaxation and adventure.
Experience the Calamianes group of islands, home to the seafaring Tagbanua, and Kagayanen, by getting on the water as they do, seeing the best of northern Palawan.
Explore the highlights of northern Palawan on a 5 day El Nido to Coron Tour, cruising, kayaking, snorkeling & camping the islands between these two dream destinations. Expedition runs from El Nido to Coron town (5 days) or from El Nido to Palawan SandCastles Busuanga (7 days) or from Coron town to El Nido (5 days) or from Palawan SandCastles Busuanga to El Nido (7 days)
An 5-day adventure that takes you across the breadth of Panay, from the beautiful Gigantes islands of northern Iloilo, to the mountains and rivers of Antique.
A trip into the wild of Northern Busuanga to find Dugong, visit giraffe at Calauit Wildlife Sanctuary, explore and island cave, and paddle through a winding mangrove estuary.
Get in by comfortable 4x4 and do the best hikes possible in the UNESCO World Heritage Ancient Rice Terraces region of Northern Luzon. Pickup & Dropoff from regional airports or other prearranged points, skipping the long road trip from Manila.
Explore northern Busuanga on a 2-day activity-packed Calauit Safari that takes you from kayaking crystal clear seas to hiking inland waterfalls.
A sea kayaking expedition like no other, the 11-day adventure winds through the islands of northern Palawan, dubbed "The Last Frontier" by Jacques Cousteau.