ALL-IN-ONE-DAY tours

If you are running out vacation time in Palawan this is definitely your package tour.

Taytay is perhaps the only place in Palawan where main tourist activities can be performed all together in just one, unforgettable day. From forests and desert islands to lakes and mangroves, all in this blessed land is conveniently located to be experienced before nightfall.

Start your journey by facing the sunrise from a paddle boat in the Lake Manguao. Connect with silence and enjoy the show of water birds taking flight at every creek. Enter then the surrounding jungle to meet giant butterflies, ornamented birds and titan trees. A company car will be waiting for you at the other side to give you a brief, comfortable lift to our boarding peer. This will mark the beginning of your castaway adventure. Ahead: just grilled fish and white sand beaches, timeless snorkelling in coral reefs and exciting mangrove exploration.

Our all-in-one-day package includes
  • GUIDING

    best advising, search and navigation guaranteed

  • TRANSPORTATION

    from Taytay to sites of interest, and vice-versa

  • MEALS & DRINKS

    snaks, one meal and hot drinks will be provided on board

  • UNLIMITED ACCESS TO

    snorkeling gear & kayaks

  • SAFETY

    on board insurance, first aid kits & safety gear

  • COMFORT

    padded seats, shade roof, comfort room… all you need to have a nice trip. Towels and water shoes will also be available on board. Paddling assistance will be provided during lake tours.

All-in-one-day tour rates
  • 2 pax.
  • PRICE
    PER
    PERSON
  • 2 pax.
  • 79 $
    3,500 ₱
    69 €
  • 3 – 4 pax
  • 59 $
    2,800 ₱
    55 €
  • 5 – 6 pax
  • 55 $
    2,500 ₱
    49 €
  • 7 – 8 pax
  • 49 $
    2,300 ₱
    45 €
 

We accept FOREIGN CURRENCY payments!

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Terms & conditions
  • CAPACITY

    Despite our passenger boat is suitable for transportation of up to 12 pax, this package tour must be limited to 8 pax because of the maximum capacity of our car and paddle boats.

  • STARTING TIME & DURATION

    This is an intensive package trequiring a particularly early start. Trips will thus typically begin at 6:00 a.m. in Taytay city proper, and are expected to last until late afternoon of the same day.

  • MEAL POLICY

    Our meal policy for “all-in-one-day” packages include:

    • Unlimited service water & hot drinks will be provided on board, as requested
    • The price includes brunch snacks and one buffet meal, to be served on board/at sailing stopover

    Customers shall thus be responsible for their own food and water supply during paddling tours & hiking.

  • SERVICES INCLUDED

    Our regular rates include the following:

    • GUIDING
    • BOAT PADDLING assistance during lake trips
    • TRANSPORTATION from Taytay to sites of interest, and vice-versa
    • FIRST AID KITS & SAFETY GEAR, on board INSURANCE for sea passenger boat
    • TOWELS & WATER SHOES at sea passenger boat
    • SNORKELING GEAR (unlimited use)
    • KAYAKS (unlimited use)
  • OPTIONAL SERVICES

    The following complements can be added to your purchase for an additional fee:

    • DRONE footage recording (expert manning provided)
    • ACTION CAMERA (GoPro®) rental
  • ORDER, PAYMENT & CANCELLATION POLICY

    Orders must be made at least 1 day in advance. No advance payment is required and fees shall be paid upon completion of the service. If duly justified (e.g., adverse weather conditions, health emergencies…), orders can be cancelled by either party before services are provided, with no charge being applicable. For cancelations made during provision of services, including those due to force majeure, full rates will apply.

    Payments in the following foreign currencies are accepted:

    • SOUTH KOREAN Won (₩)
    • 新臺幣 New TAIWAN Dollar (NT$)
    • 港幣 HONG KONG Dollar (HK$)
    • SINGAPORE Dollar (S$)
    • JAPANESE Yen (¥)
    • EURO (€)
    • UNITED STATES Dollar (US$)
    • שֶׁקֶל חָדָשׁ ISRAELI New Shekel (₪)
  • SPECIAL DISCOUNTS

    The following discounts are to be applicable:

    • Free service for children 5 years-old and under. 50% discount on the regular rate for children from 6 to 7 years-old, 30% for children from 8 to 9 years-old, and 15% between 10 and 12 years-old, inclusive. Above 12 years-old regular fees will apply.
    • For cancellations made during provision of services due to force majeure, (e.g. sickness, adverse weather conditions), a 30% discount will apply to the regular rate in subsequent attempts.

Please, always bear in mind…
  • SEASICKNESS

    Despite inner waters of Taytay Bay are generally calm, sea conditions may change quickly. It is always advisable to bring SEASICKNESS PILLS to any boat trip.

  • SUNBURN

    Although our boats are provided with shade roofs, please protect yourself at all times with SUN CREAM, a HAT and LONG-SLEEVE CLOTHING. Sun may cause severe injuries in the tropics, in just a few minutes of exposure.

  • HYDRATION

    Investing in water is always the best deal. Bring with you as much water as you can, in detriment of food and other loads. Hunger is annoying, but dehydration may literally kill you in minutes. If you still want to bring some food with you, chose small but highly caloric meals (e.g. nuts and energy bars).

  • GETTING WET

    Let’s accept it, there is no room for dryness and comfort in the rainforest, in spite of what outdoor equipment manufacturers may say. Even if there is no rain, your clothes and shoes will always be wet, either because of forest moisture or your own sweat. Focus on keeping your backpack dry and leave your raincoat at home, unless you want to sweat double and get entangled everywhere.

    Onboard, being wet will also be a common condition, because of wave splash and air moisture, and also because you will frequently get into the water. This may even make you feel cold under navigation breeze. Quick-drying swimwear, water shoes and towels will definitely be of great help.

  • ALLERGIES

    Allergic reactions to environmental agents (e.g. pollen) are rare in the tropics, due to high diversity and low relative abundance of each plant species. Animal bite allergies and rash are otherwise common. There is also a chance to experience food allergy reactions, since meals are often provided by us. Please, let us know in advance about any ALLERGY OR DIETARY REQUIREMENTS you may have.

  • BLOOD-SUCKING ANIMALS

    Tigers? Snakes? You better care about mosquitoes, they are by far the deadliest animal on earth. Bear in mind that malaria and dengue fever are still endemic to Palawan. Malaria-prevention drugs are thus highly recommended. In the forest, long-sleeve clothing and (good quality) mosquito repellent are just mandatory.

    Horse-flies may also be an annoyance in agricultural lands where water buffaloes are present. Leeches are fortunately rare in Palawan forests.

    While there are generally no insects in the open sea, mosquitoes and sandflies may be abundant at stopover sites, particularly in highly vegetated beaches and mangroves.

  • DANGEROUS WILDLIFE

    Despite being the favourite worry of most travellers, this matter doesn´t deserve as much attention as it is generally paid to it. Indeed, you have by far more chances of suffering a sprain than of being fatally hurted by a wild animal. That said, we would be liying you if we said that the risk is zero. In the ocean in particular some creatures are definitely worth a mention. Box jellyfishes, for instance, are a serious threat to be taken into account. They are seasonal, but even during high-density season stings are rare and chances of being stinged can be reduced by using thick, long-sleeve swimwear. Cryptic venemous animals, such as stone fishes, sting rays and blue-ringed octopuses, are a more real threat in that they can be easily trampled, since they rely on their camouflage and remain stationary when aproached. A similar problem arises with fire sea urchins and urchins, anemones, and corals in general. In these cases, wearing watershoes in shallow water can prevent most bites. Sea snakes have a terrible reputation, but indeed they are non-agressive, tend to avoid contact with humans and eventually their bites are rarely fatal. For them, like for lionfishes and other striking venemous animals, it will generally be enough to follow a non-touch policy. Regarding large predators, sharks are extremely rare and encounters typically involve species that are not dangerous for human being. Saltwater crocodiles have become extinct in the shores of northeastern Palawan, as far as it is known. No sightings have been reported in decades.

    Both in the rainforest and the mangrove, try to move through by minimizing contact with the environment. Most of dangerous creatures there, mainly including biting ants, centipedes, caterpilars and snakes, will ony bite you if they are accidentally grabed or trampled, or if they feel they are being directly chased by you. Again, a non-touch policy will work well. Watch your hands and steps at all times and check the ground thoroughly before sitting if you are going to take a rest. Close your bag if you are not using it and always wear long-sleeve clothing and proper shoes. Don’t shake the young trees and vines, as they may have wasp or bee nests on top, or may make the canopy to collapse, throwing its stinging inhabitants right into your head.

  • LONG-SLEEVE & PROPER SHOES

    Yes, at the first glance wearing long-sleeve in the tropics may look like a bad idea. But in the jungle there is a million reasons to make it worth: stinging plants, hairy caterpillars, thorny rattans, sharp pandans… Clothing also protect us from limatik leeches and a majority of insect bites, including sand flies and mosquitoes.

    In the ocean, wearing long-sleeve swimwear will protect you from sunburn, as well as from jellyfish and plankton stings. Water shoes will help us to avoid bites from poisonous ground creatures, such us stone fishes, sea urchins and sting rays, and will likewise prevent us to get stinged by corals and anemones.

  • TOUCHING & GRABBING AROUND

    In the forest, avoid to lean on or hang from things around you as much as you can. Yes it’s true, the terrain doesn’t help very much and keeping your balance may be tricky. But always bear in mind that trunks and branches are home to biting ants, centipedes, snakes and other harmful critters you definitely don´t want to encounter. Plants themselves are often provided with thorns and stinging hairs or may be just rotten and collapse on top of you. Vines and young tress are particularly dangerous so, please, do not pretend you are Tarzan in the mighty jungle.

    Particularly in the ocean, as a general rule, do not touch anything around, even if you think you know it. Many creatures there look safe but they are not. Unlike what most people may believe, many living corals do sting, not to mention anemones and jelly fishes. In these waters even octopuses may be deadly. Moreover, dead corals have sharp edges which may cause serious injuries that get easy and painfully infected.

    When swimming or snorkeling, try to avoid hitting the seabed with your feet, not only because of the risk of being hurt or stinged, but also because we must prevent physical damage to the reef.

  • LIGHTNESS

    The lighter… the better. You don’t need to carry a million things to enjoy nature. A big load will make you clumsy, slow and noisy. You will see nothing around and you will get tired easily. Just bring with you plenty of water, mosquito repellent and, of course, your camera and binoculars!

  • SILENCE

    The secrets of the rainforest are only unveiled by being silent. This may look like an obvious, jedi-like tip, but is indeed the most common mistake among group hikers. Try to hold your excitement and stay focus. After all, you didn’t come this far to see just leaves.

  • WILDLIFE SIGHTINGS

    Wild animals are widely unpredictable. Despite we will do our best to increase the likelihood of encounters, at the end sightings cannot be guaranteed.

  • RESPECT

    This is, without a doubt, the ultimate tip to any outdoor traveller. Nature here has much to provide us but also much to take from us. Don’t be afraid, but be careful, and always follow the advice of your tour guide. Just come in, enjoy with respect, and then get back home safe and sound to talk about.