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there are no buses going directly to Calapan City. unless you count the buses passing thru Calapan going to Iloilo and other provinces in the south. There are buses going to Batangas City where you can take the ro-ro or super cat going to Calapan City. Ro-ro costs less than 200 (about 2 hours) and the supercat (about 1 hour) is less than 300. Terminal fee costs 30 pesos
Updated Mar 17, 2010
From Batangas City Port, you have two choices on what boat to ride to Calapan. One is Supercat, the luxury and fastest way (1 hour and 20 minutes), or RORO boat, which is 2 hours and 40 minutes travel time. If you are in a hurry and seeks luxury ride Supercat, about mere P50 more expensive than RORO. But if you want a touch of nature or get the feel of life in a third world country, try RORO! Windy, get the chance to view islands along the way.
Supercat leaves Batangas Port 9:30am
RORO has an hourly trip i believe
Written Aug 14, 2008
from the Calapan Port to the city proper, tricycle charge excessively, P60. Meanwhile from the City to the port they only charge P20. At one time, they charge us P9.00 per person.
Written Aug 13, 2008
There are still some parts of the road under construction, between Tamaraw Falls and Dulangan, with total dirtroad length of about 7km. The rest of the road is not perfect but in rather good condition - mainly concrete and some parts asphalt. Driving will take more than 1 hour, possibly 1.30'.
Updated Aug 3, 2007