Province of Marinduque Transportation

  • riding the tricycle is fun!
    riding the tricycle is fun!
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  • Dalahican Port
    Dalahican Port
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Province of Marinduque Transportation

  • JAC Liner available

    An alternative to taking the door-to-door vans is to take the JAC Liner going to Marinduque. From what I know they now travel daily to Torrijos and Buenavista with the bus going to Buenavista passing through Boac as well. Fare is P500.00 one way (I'm not sure though if the boat fare is already included in the price) and will take you all the way to...

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  • private vehicle or rent one

    if you didn't bring a car (and the only way to do that is if you load your car in the roro) be prepared to walk or take a tricycle from one destination to another. however, if you're travelling to farther destinations around the province the best is to rent a jeepney for the day. that way you won't have to worry about commuting/pick up and drop off...

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  • Way of tranport

    The province used Jeepneys to move from town to town..within the town proper, locals used trycycle..it is a motorcycle with a passenger compartment especially made for that purpose.90 percent of the locals can speak English.If you are visiting you can hire a jeepney or trycyle.

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  • Three-Wheeled Jeepney

    Jeepney is the major transport service in the Philippines and a 3-wheeled version of it is what I saw in Marinduque. Have seen the same models also in the islands of Mindoro and Palawan. This could seat 12 persons - just the right size as a mode of public transport in this part of the country.This incredible invention shows the Filipino ingenuity...

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  • Roro Ferry

    Except for the daily flights and some small outrigger pumpboats from nearer islands, the Roll-on-Roll-off (Roro) ferries are the main transportation to the island carrying people and mostly all of the goods to/from the island. About making half a dozen daily trips, the ferries leave Dalahican Seaport in Lucena City and dock either at Balanacan...

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  • Pumpboats

    From Mindoro, the neighboring big island to the west of Marinduque, passenger pumpboats (outrigger type) service the route from Pinamalayan, Mindoro to Gasan, Marinduque.With the size of the boat (see picture), the trip should be comfortable when the sea is calm which is most of the time, or otherwise.Maximum Capacity of 30 passengers. Trip takes...

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