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TRAVEL TIP: How to Get to Palaui Island in Sta. Ana Cagayan from Manila

How to Get to Palaui Island in Sta. Ana Cagayan from Manila
Palaui Island

Palaui Island is located in the eastern-most part of northern Luzon. It is a protected landscape that offers awesome sights, a Spanish-era lighthouse, unspoiled and pristine white sand beaches, stunning vistas, uninhabited islands, scenic and breath-taking views. Getting there is quite a challenge, especially if its your first time. To make it easier for you, here is a detailed procedures on how to get to Palaui Island.

First, you need to get to San Vicente Port in the town of Sta. Ana in Cagayan, the usual jump-off point to Palaui Island.

HOW TO GET TO STA. ANA, CAGAYAN FROM MANILA


By Land: From Manila, take a direct Florida bus bound for Sta. Ana, Cagayan. Buses from Sampaloc terminal leaves daily, check with the bus company for the schedule of trips or you may call (02)743-3809 for inquiries. Travel time from Manila to Sta. Ana takes about 15 hours. Alternatively, you could take a bus bound for Tuguegarao which takes about 10-12 hours. From Tuguegarao, transfer to a passenger van or bus bound for Sta. Ana. Travel time is 3-4 hours and fare is around 180 pesos.

By Air: Take a plane bound for Tuguegarao City. Cebu Pacific and PAL Express have daily flights from Manila to Tuguegarao City. From there, take a passenger van or bus going to Sta. Ana. Travel time is 3-4 hours and fare is around 180 pesos.

Please note when leaving Sta. Ana, the last bus bound for Manila or Tuguegarao departs at 2:30 PM; while the last passenger van leaves at 2:00 PM.

HOW TO GET TO PALAUI ISLAND AND TO OTHER DESTINATIONS


From Sta. Ana, take a tricycle to San Vicente port. Look for the visitor's center to register and to rent a boat to your desired destination/s. Boat rental depends on the location and to how many destinations you would want to visit. Below are the published rates by PASAMOBA (Palaui San Vicente Motor Banca Association) as of February 2013.

Short Distances
  • Punta Verde (15 mins, 8 passenger maximum) - PHP 750
  • Pugo Moro (5 mins, 8 passenger maximum) - PHP 500
  • Crocodile Island (5 mins, 8 passenger maximum) - PHP 500
  • Jerolinda Resort (10 mins, 8 passenger maximum) - PHP 300

Long Distances
  • Cape Engaño (45 mins, 8 passenger maximum) - PHP 1,800
  • Anguib Beach (25 mins, 8 passenger maximum) - PHP 1,500
  • Puzurubo (1 hour, 8 passenger maximum) - PHP 1,800
  • Siwangag (30 mins, 8 passenger maximum) - PHP 1,500

Special Trips
Cape Engaño, Crocodile Island, Anguib Beach and Punta Verde - PHP 3,500 (8 passengers maximum)

For bookings and inquiries, you may contact:
Fernando Cabutin - 0935-9966744
Dispatcher - 0947-6340986

Planning a visit to Palaui Island? Check out this TRAVEL GUIDE.







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8 comments :

Paula | Real Estate Properties said...

Wow! This looks like the Jeju Island of S. Korea. I never knew we have this kind of island! I am in awe... A must visit place for a getaway.

Anonymous said...

will be going there next week with my officemate. thanks for this post. its really helpful :)

eloy soriano said...

I'm from Isabela but residing here in Manila...once i got home, i would like to visit and discover the God given beautiful nature like Palaui Island...

eloy soriano said...

I'm from Isabela but residing here in Manila...once i got home, i would like to visit and discover the God given beautiful nature like Palaui Island...

Palaui Island said...

Travel Guide: Palaui Island. Palaui Island. One of the many beaches of the island. How to Get There. Barangay San Vicente in the town of Sta. Ana is the jump-off point to Palaui Island.
Palaui Island Travel Guide. How to get to Palaui Island Cagayan, Palaui Island beach, Palaui Island Cagayan itinerary and budget expenses, tourist spots and attractions. Palaui Island of Cagayan Valley | Islands of the Philippines. Travel Philippines -- Palaui Island of Cagayan Valley. At the northeastern tip of the province of Cagayan in Luzon lies Sta. Ana – a Special Economic Zone.

Palaui Island said...

With a land area of more than 3,000 hectares, Palaui, an island made up of several islets Its main attraction aside from its beaches is the Farol de Cabo. Travel Guide: Palaui Island. Places to go - The northern point of the island is called Cape Engaño situated between Palaui Island and the coast of Luzon, is the jump-off of Palaui Island. It takes about 3.5 to 4 hours of hike through beautiful verdant scenery. How to get to Palaui Island Cagayan, Palaui Island beach, Palaui Island Cagayan ... I am mesmerized with your pics and the places you been to. im so inggit! :)

Evol Kenanaiah said...

Wanted: Palaui Trip Joiner

My sister and I are looking for travel companions to Palaui, this is to share the boat ride expenses because they are quite expensive. Our original date of travel is on March 28-30 if there will be people who will join is if none

We plan to move it by April Holy Week (April 17-20). if you guys are interested kindly message me to this number 09178027493 or email me kenanaiah18@gmail.com

looking forward to traveling with you :)

Evol Kenanaiah said...

Wanted: Palaui Travel Joiner

My sister and I plant to go to Palaui on March 28-30 if we get travel joiners because boat rides are really expensive for us, it would be great to find companions

if there will be no joiners, we plant to move it on April Holy Week (april 17-20). If you guys are interested, just message me 09178027493, or email me at kenanaiah18@gmail.com

looking forward to travelling with you,

by the way we are just backpackers and we plant to camp under the stars, the thing is there are no acommodations available at the exact Palaui Island ;)

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