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Timetables of busses and ferries. Departure schedules and how to travel between popular and not so popular places

Ferry schedule from San José to Coron, Palawan

Ferry schedule from San José to Coron, Palawan

Traveling from Mindoro Occidental to Palawan you travel through San José port. Montenegro Shipping Lines provided daily trips. Traveling from Coron to Mindoro you leave in Coron and Arrive in San José in Occidental Mindoro. Passenger fare is 1,180 pesos. Children 3-7 years old 590 pesos Students with vlid ID pay 1,003 pesos and senior citizens with SC ID pay 843 pesos per person. These prices do not include any terminal fees and/or environmental fees on top of that upon…

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Ferry schedule from Sabang Beach to Batangas and vice versa

Ferry schedule from Sabang Beach to Batangas and vice versa

Rhealaine Shipping Lines has regular bankas sailing from Batangas Port to Sabang Beach and vice versa. Although other shipping lines like: Father & Son and Minolo also make regular stops in Sabang. Schedules for those shipping lines you can find in the time schedule section of this website  Are you traveling to Boracay or Iloilo from Puerto Galera, than you can plan your trip here  The first trip departing from Sabang comes with free coffee. Mobile telephone numbers of the…

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Traveling from Puerto Galera to Batangas with a motorcycle or car

Traveling from Puerto Galera to Batangas with a motorcycle or car

In Balatero, between White Beach and Puerto Galera you find Puerto Galera Port. Which is not the same as Muelle arrival point for the banka’s. Schedules for passenger banka’s you find here. When you want to visit or leave Puerto Galera with a car or motorcycle Puerto Galera Port will be your destination. Taking a motorcycle will cost 600 php and cars start ar 800 up till 3,500 pesos depending the size of the vehicle. Passengers pay 180 pesos full…

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Bus Schedule Dumaguete – Cebu and vice versa

Bus Schedule Dumaguete – Cebu and vice versa

Schedules are hard to find in the Philippines and not always reliable. Ceres Bus liner, the biggest in the country, provides regular busses between almost every city and barangay in the Philippines. The point is to find the right and most comfortable bus. Going with a regular bus can be a fun experience and you meet a lot of locals. Windows open, chickens on board. But also a stop at every corner and little to no comfort. In between the…

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How to travel from White Beach to Batangas

How to travel from White Beach to Batangas

Hop on, hop off, that is what you can do for a quick visit to White Beach Puerto Galera, Philippines. The ferries depart daily from Batangas Pier going to Muelle and from there by tricycle to White beach or with Minolo Shiping Lines, free transport in a van. There are direct ferries going to White Beach as well. Returning from your beach break is even more easy, just hop on any of the many ferries departing from White Beach. Traveling…

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Ferry Schedule from Puerto Galera to Batangas

Ferry Schedule from Puerto Galera to Batangas

Minolo Shipping lines provides high class, fast bankas sailing from Puerto Galera to Batangas and vice versa. They do stop on the way to Batangas at Sabang Beach Pier and vice versa. Minolo Shipping Lines provides, as an extra service, transport to resorts, just ask on board or in the port about the details. Or contact them at the following phone numbers: Muelle Staff 0917-5148587 Landline no. (043)287-3608 Scheduled time departing from Muelle Pier, Puerto Galera Scheduled time departing from…

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How to get from Cebu City to Siquijor

How to get from Cebu City to Siquijor

There are many ways to get from Cebu island or Cebu City to Siquijor. And for every budget as well. You can go by plane, to Sibulan Airport, close to Dumaguete port and travel from there with the ferry Or you can do the whole trip by bus, which is actually quite astonishing trip with some views that you should not miss. I did that trip the other way around: from Dumaguete to Cebu by bus, you can read about…

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