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Balabac 4days 3nights
  • Group of 1 (Per Person)Balabac 4days 3nightsStart Time: 03:amAvailable: 1 seats
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Tour Details

Balabac is Philippines’ last paradise found in the southernmost part of Palawan, the same province that brings you Coron and El Nido; but unlike the latter, it has not been discovered by many tourists yet. Sometimes we even enjoy the islands to ourselves. However, due to its pristine beauty, more travelers (including v/bloggers) are starting to reach it already, and began sharing it to the worldwide web. The islands in Balabac are privately owned, some by politicians, and some by locals who have gain rights by living there for a long time. Owners who are starting to see the potential of Balabac are making moves to make their islands more accessible to more tourists. At the time of writing (2019), an airstrip is already being built in one of the larger islands, and ports are being developed for cruise docking. Due to this, Balabac may start becoming crowded like El Nido and Coron, but for now you can still enjoy serenity and quiet life in the islands.

Balabac, island, extreme southwestern Philippines. It is located about 19 miles (30 km) southwest of the southern tip of Palawan island and roughly twice that distance north of the island of Borneo.

Balabac rises to an elevation of about 1,890 feet (576 metres) and has swamps on its northwestern coast. There are coral reefs off its western coast, and the island is particularly noted for its rare glory-of-the-seas cone shells. Philippine territory ends at the southwestern corner of the island, where small motorized canoes operated by Balabac Muslims make frequent border crossings to the nearby islands in Sabah state (Malaysia) off Borneo’s northern coast. Coconuts are a major crop on Balabac. Its people are mostly Muslim (Moros). Balabac town is the main centre of settlement. Pop. (2000) 25,257; (2010) 35,758.

Departure & Return Location

Accommodation/ Hotel in Puerto Princesa

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Price Includes

  • Round Trip Boat Transfer
  • Round Trip AC Van transfer(shared) PPs-Buliluyan
  • English-speaking tour guide
  • Island Accommodation (Tent)
  • All permits and entrance fees
  • Government taxes
  • Tour Insurance
  • Drinking Water
  • Tourist boat w/ life vest

Price Excludes

  • Breakfast on Day 1/Dinner on Day 4 (Can eat along the way stop over)
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Not mention above
  • Nice Weather

Complementaries

  • Free Pick Up Accomodation /Hotel
  • drop off from Hotel
  • Cottage rental
What to bring
  • Camera, phone, charger, and power bank
  • Extra money in Philippine Peso Currency
  • Covid-19 vaccination card and valid ID
  • Personal medicine
  • Personal sanitizing alcohol and face mask
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What to Expect

Balabac Island is the southernmost island of the Palawan province, and therefore the westernmost undisputed island in the Philippines, only about 50 kilometres (31 mi) north from Sabah, Malaysia, across the Balabac Strait.

Balabac Island is home to various endemic species. It is the home of birds like the grey imperial pigeon (Ducula pickeringii), Philippine cockatoo (Cacatua haematuropygia), blue-headed racket-tail (Prioniturus platenae), and the Palawan hornbill (Anthracoceros marchei). The Philippine mouse-deer, a subspecies of the greater mouse-deer (Tragulus napu) can only be found in this island.

The Molbogs, a Muslim ethnolinguistic group, is concentrated in this island. Their livelihood includes farming, fishing and barter trading with the nearby Mapun and Sabah market centres.

  • Cruise Balabac best beaches, Sandbar, and views on an island-hopping adventure
  • Don't forget to take photos as you go about exploring Balabac iconic beauty
  • Marvel at the clear waters of Onoc and other island, which allows tourists to see down to a depth of 10 meters.
  • Discover the rich biodiversity of the island as you snorkel in its waters.
  • Relax on the white sands of Pass Island and bathe in the warm tropical sun.
  • Swemming under natural Beaches and sandbar and jump into the water whenever you want.
  • Snorkel in the crystal clear waters of Balabac and see thriving corals and diverse marine species!
  • Don't forget to take photos as you go about exploring Balabac iconic beauty
  • Children Friendly: Children 0-2 are free of charge but are not included in the complimentary lunch. Parents may share their meal or pack food for their children.
  • Children Friendly: Children 0-2 are free of charge but are not included in the complimentary lunch. Parents may share their meal or pack food for their children.
Photos Location Balabac Expedition
Balabac Expedition 4D 3N Itinerary

3Days3Days 2Night

Day 1

    • Pickup at 3AM, Accommodation/ Hotel in Puerto Princesa
    • Travel to Buliluyan, 5-6 Hours
    • Island Hopping Activity
    • Canimeran​
    • Patawan (Pink Sand, Giant Bilao)
    • Sicsican (Campsite)

Day 2

  • Candaraman (starfish sandbar)
  • Onok Island(giant clams)
  • Turtle Watching
  • Sandbars
  • Nasubata(snorkeling)

Day 3:

  • Canibungan snorkling
  • Mansalangan sandbar
  • Tangkahan
  • 2PM back to mainland (Buliluyan), and travel back to Puerto Princesa.

Inclusions:

  • RT AC Van transfer(shared) PPs-Buliluyan
  • RT Boat Transfer
  • Full Board Meals
  • All Entrances and Fees
  • Island Accommodation (Tent)
  • Tour Insurance
  • Life Vest
  • Local Tour Guide

Exclusions:

  • Breakfast on Day 1/Dinner on Day 4 (Can eat along the way stop over)
  • Not mention above
  • Nice Weather

Reminder: All islands to be visited will depend on the weather condition on your scheduled trip. We will discuss it upon meet ups.

4Days4Days 3Nights

Day 1:

  • Pickup at 3AM, Accommodation/ Hotel in Puerto Princesa.
  • Travel to Buliluyan, 5-6 Hours
  • Island Hopping Activity

Destinations:

  • Canimeran Island(Lunch Here)
  • Patawan Island
  • Sicsican Island (basekamp), Camp at Sicsican. Dinner and rest.

Day 2:

Destinations:

  • Starfish sandbar
  • Onok Island
  • Nasubata Reef (snorkelling)
  • Back to Campsite, Sicsican Island

Day 3:

Destinations:

  • Mansalangan sandbar
  • Bragi Island
  • Punta Sebaring
  • Back to Campsite, Sicsican Island / Cottage

Day 4:

Destinations:

  • Candaraman Island
  • Canibungan Island
  • Tangkahan Island
  • Back to Buliluyan Port 3-4pm Arrival in Buliluyan
  • Travel back to PPS 9-10pm Arrival in PPS

Inclusions:

  • Round Trip AC Van transfer(shared) PPs-Buliluyan
  • Round Trip Boat Transfer
  • Full board Meals
  • All Island Entrance Fees including Candaraman Campsite
  • Accommodation (Tents)
  • Tour Insurance
  • Life Vest
  • Local Tour Guide
  • Boat – Onuk to Buliluyan

Exclusions:

  • Breakfast on Day 1/Dinner on Day 4 (Can eat along the way stop over)
  • Not mention above
  • Nice Weather

Reminder: All islands to be visited will depend on the weather condition on your scheduled trip. We will discuss it upon meet ups.

5Days5Days 4Nights

  • Day 0 Arrival in Puerto Princesa

Check in to your preferred hotel in PPS and take time to complete your things to bring such as insect repellent, some snacks for the long rides, etc.

  • Day 1 Travel to Balabac, Island Hopping (B / L / D)

4am – Pick up from your hotel in Puerto Princesa 1oam onwards – ETA at Buliluyan Port. Boat pick up, start of Balabac island hopping + breakfast + lunch on board 4pm – ETA camp site. Pitch tents. Free time 5pm – Watch sunset at the sandbar 7pm – Dinner & Free Time

  • Day 2 Island and Sandbar Hopping (B / L / D)

6am – Catch the sunrise by the beach 7am – Breakfast. Prepare for island hopping 8am onwards- Start of Balabac island/sandbar hopping with lunch on board/island 5pm – ETA campsite. Snacks. Free time 7pm – Dinner

  • Day 3 Island and Sandbar Hopping (B / L / D)

6am – Catch the sunrise by the beach 7am – Breakfast. Prepare for island hopping 8am onwards- Start of Balabac island/sandbar hopping with lunch on board/island 5pm – ETA campsite. Snacks. Free time 7pm – Dinner

  • Day 4 Island and Sandbar Hopping (B / L / D)

6am – Catch the sunrise by the beach 7am – Breakfast. Prepare for island hopping 8am onwards- Start of Balabac island/sandbar hopping with lunch on board/island 5pm – ETA campsite. Snacks. Free time 7pm – Dinner

  • Day 5 Relax at the Beach. Travel from Balabac back to Puerto Princesa (B / – / – )

1. 6pm – ETA to Puerto Princesa
2. 8am – Breakfast and pack up (last meal)
3.  9am – ETD for Buliluyan port 11am – ETA at Buliluyan. Ride van back to Puerto Princesa with stopover for lunch.
4. 6pm – ETA to Puerto Princesa

Location Balabac Tour Expedition Map

Important Info

  • Meeting time: 3:00 am–4:00 am
  • Meeting point: Your hotel Pick up Dont leave
  • Please provide the following information in the “Notes” section when booking
  • Hotel name and Adress
  • Contact information (i.e. messaging app ID or phone number).
Additional Info
  • Not Allowed Bring the Following Luggage or large bags , Plastic bottles
  • For same-day bookings made 4 hours before the start of the tour, pick up may start later than usual
  • Bring the Following Swimwear, Drybag, Change of clothes, Sunhat, Personal Medecine, Sunscreen, Money, Camera
  • Not suitable for Wheelchair users
  • Children 0 - 2 years old are free of charge but will have to pay an environmental fee of PHP 100.00/child
  • Shared tours will have minimum number of participants (min. of 6 persons) to proceed with the tour. We can confirm the booking once number of participants will be met
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