Coron Transportation

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  • Ferry to Coron

    by greys Updated Apr 4, 2011

    One of the cheaper ways to go to Coron is via Superferry or Negros Navigation. My friend recommends Superferry. It takes you about 12hrs for a 1-way trip but since departure from Manila is late afternoon, and arrive in Coron 6-7am the following day. Going back to Manila, your departure from Coron is 10:45pm, and you arrive at Manila pier the following day 1:30pm. You travel & sleep. By the time you wake up, you're at your destination. It will be a different travel experience. You can book your tickets online.

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    Outrigger Boats

    by kemisteryoso Updated Sep 24, 2010

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    Coron town is a Fishing village that offers mostly sea attractions so traveling on outrigger boats will be part of your vacation. Prices depends on what destination but it starts at P1500.00. Boats ahve various sitting capacity depends in the number of your group.
    Most boats have cooking utensils because your boat captain will cook your food on board and you will eat to an island where you want to have your lunch. The food will be at your own expense bought from Coron Public Market.

    There are also boats that are going to El Nido from Coron town.

    Princess Welia Supercat departs on Thursdays and Sundays for inquiries you can contact Ding Manait at +639067185317.

    MBCA Jessabel departs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays for inquiries you can contact +639076741918 and +639085620916

    Boat fare is P2,200 per person and all will depart at 7:30 AM in the Coron Pier.

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    Jeepney

    by kemisteryoso Written Sep 24, 2010

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    There are also jeepneys located near Lualhati Park that are bound to different areas of Busunga Island but it is always full so it is not comfortable to travel so renting a tricycle or van is still recommended.

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    Local airlines

    by kemisteryoso Written Sep 19, 2010

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    The fastest and more convenient way to to reach Coron is via local airlines that have regular trips to Busuanga everyday. check the availability of flights on their website. The last time I checked all airlines only have 1 flight schedule everyday. To avail discounted airfare, one must book 2 months in advance. Fare usually starts at P1500.00 depends on the date of booking and season.

    Philippine Airlines - www.philippineairlines.com
    Cebu Pacific - www.cebupacificair.com
    AirPhil - www.airphilexpress.com
    Zesta air - www.zestair.com.ph

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    Tricycle

    by kemisteryoso Updated Sep 18, 2010

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    Tricycle is the mode of transporation around Coron town. I noticed that the design of the tricycle specially the seating on the rear part resembles that of jeepneys which is quite different from the ones in Manila but I’ve seen this design to other provinces too.The Price varies depends on the destination. P8.00 when you will go to SUbasco and P300.00 to Maquinit hot spring.

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  • Breakfast and Lunch while in the Boat

    by 8blissful21 Written Sep 17, 2010

    If you want to save on time, get the best value for your money while enjoying your food afloat a boat and surrounded by breathtaking sights, then you should contact our boatman Kuya Jong! He can cook superb food, at your choice. He also knows the exact spots of the 2 Japanese shipwreks which were ruined during the WWII. These are now home of the countless species under the sea. We had danggit, boiled eggs and rice for breakfast while Kuya Jong was steering the boat on our way to the 1st island. (Coron danggit for me is the best since it is not too salty and you can still taste/eat the real fish meat!) For lunch, we had steamed crabs, fish sinigang, and inihaw na pusit. The next day, we had the same breakfast (which confirmed our craving for Coron danggit). And for lunch, we had pinakbet and grilled fish. I can honestly say that i enjoyed everything that he cooked. And if you want to burn the calories after the sumptuous breakfast/lunch you can take your plunge and enjoy the grandiose beauty of Coron under the sea!

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    Boat hiring

    by melek02 Written Mar 24, 2010

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    Coron is tiny town in Palawan archipelago, you can walk all the town in 20 min and there is no much to see there, all people coming there for island hoping or diving.
    Boat renting for nearest islands cost 1500 php and for far islands 2000-3000 php, lunch and entrance fees are not included.
    If you are group of 1-3 maybe it is better to buy a boat tour. Actually we found only one travel agency with good prices which I can highly recommend. It is “Calaman expedition travel and tours”, their advertising you can find in the attached file.
    The island hoping I cost 650 php including simple lunch and all entrance fees, I don’t know how they survive as entrance fees was about 350 php by itself. I was in Coron just 2 days so did only 1 tour with them but they have a lot of tours to select from.

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    Boatman / Tour guide / cook

    by shomalabanan Written Mar 4, 2010

    hello..

    I think i was the one who told you regarding the boatman in Coron, his name is Kuya Jong - 09084499523

    if you also intend to go to Calauit, i heard it was nice there, and i also plan on going there when i go back to coron.

    You can negotiate terms with him, but it will depend on the date, how many you are and the weather of course..

    make sure you contact him earlier so he can reserve that day for you.

    i hope this helps. :)

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    Boatmen

    by JaneCajuguiran Written Mar 2, 2010

    For going Island hopping, you have to get in touch with either a tour operator or a boatman. here're are the recommended ones:

    1. Mang Jhong, 09084499523 - he is highly recommended by someone in Pinoy Exchange and the others have also recommended him.

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    Boat Rental.

    by shomalabanan Written Mar 2, 2010

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    Best way to enjoy island hopping in the different islands in coron is to have privacy and control of your time.

    I would suggest that you rent a boat. Contact a person who has a boat not a person who can get a boatman for you.

    I recommend him for your coron trip, he knows a lot and you can trust him. He owns a bangka, not like those tour guides that only looks for a bangkero for you, it would be cheaper to contact a bangkero directly since no other charges will be added. We didn’t joined a group, we want to control our time and decide where to go, also the food is not in a styro, you can pick the food you want, and kuya jong will cook it for you.

    Kuya Jong Asutilla, 09084499523, “Jerwin” – name of our counqueror boat (small but the best boat ever)

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    Vans at the airport

    by brownkoala Updated Dec 19, 2009

    The trip from Manila to the Busuanga National Airport takes about 1 hour. The airline we used was Cebu Pacific and they were on time. Outside the airport are vans for hire that will take you to your accommodation in the town of Coron. Fare is 150 pesos per person and per way and the ride is comfortable. The view is also amazing. The provincial government is finishing up the construction of the highway from and to the airport but the ride is still comfortable because of the airconditioned vans and there are not that much vehicles on the road. The trip takes 30 to 45 minutes per way. The drivers are nice and helpful.

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    Coron to/from El Nido by boat

    by DSwede Updated Jul 25, 2009

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    I came up to El Nido by jeepney and later flew to Coron/Busuanga. However, the very same day I did that, two of my friends came by the boat (M/V Jessabel) and we all met for a few days.

    They said the boat was very rough. The winds made the trip take 10 hours. They said that the seats were not comfortable and had to take clothes out of their bags to sit on and add cushion.

    Boat leaves ~5 times week (weather and season depending) and cost is approx 2200 PHP. Most hotels and travel desks in Coron and El Nido will help with bookings.

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    Tricycles around Coron

    by anliz99 Updated Apr 20, 2009

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    We call them tricycles. Three-wheeled cars that can accommodate up to 5 passengers :) Going around town, the fare is P8 per passenger.

    Nonoy is one of the drivers you can call. He's really nice and helpful and can even point you to the good places to check out.

    The best thing is that he has a cellphone so you can communicate any time :)

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  • Tricycle

    by seaurchinako Written Mar 21, 2009

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    Coron city proper is literally a small island and tricycle is the only mode of transportation around town. Try Mang Anton 0928-388-0246. He can show you around Coron and will gladly bring you to anywhere you need to go. Nice, helpful guy that does not overcharge or rip-off tourist.

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    Boat Schedule

    by Boljakool Written Jun 2, 2008
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    The boat trip back to Manila could sometimes experience delay as it comes from Puerto Princesa, which is 12 hours away from Coron.

    Be sure to call the pier for updates so you don't have to wait at the harbor for a long time. We had to wait for more than 3 hours because we didn't know about the adjusted schedule.

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