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Calauit Island

4.2/5
23 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Liked by 1
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Calauit Island, Busuanga
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If you show up in the Philippines and are ready to go to Palawan someday, the next Raiders will probably be a huge help for your trip. At Palawan Busanga airport, after the flight landed smoothly, we drove to Caravat Island, four hours away. In fact, before I arrived in Kenya, I came here to experience a group of guys on the island. The island is located at the northernmost end of Palawan, and it houses some things from the African border, giraffe, zebra, lizard, musk cat, crocodile, etc. According to the staff, there are probably 8-10 species of world-class endangered protected animals. The island is not big, and when you arrive, a special Jeepney car takes you around the island, all the rare animals can be seen. In fact, just as you arrived on the African grasslands, plants and animals, and flowers and grass, are warmly welcoming you. Not many tourists on weekdays, very small and unfamiliar animals live in a paradise. [Sights Raiders] Detailed Address: Calauit Game Preserve & Wildlife Sanctuary, Busuanga Traffic Raiders: From Manila, take the flight 1.5 hours to reach Palawan Busanga Airport, you can book a local car to the Unnamed Road Wharf online, about 1.5-2 hours to arrive. Buy a boat ticket at the dock for 10 minutes after arrival. Opening time: 09:00-16:30/17:00 Ticket price: total cost of 400 peso/person sightseeing car 1000P1car person shuttle 500P/ round trip per person bright spot characteristics: Endangered animals, such as cockroaches, muskcats, crocodiles, porcupines, boa constrictors, Palawan ghosts, zebras, giraffe and other small tips: 1, the island's signal is very poor, the network coverage is very small, So I will go to the island and have fun; 2, I can bring some simple food by myself. There is no restaurant on the island, and even less water and drinks are sold; 3, June-November is the rainy season in the Philippines. Pay more attention to the weather before traveling. Remember to bring an umbrella in the rainy season.

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