• Cancel up to 48 hours
  • Full Day
  • Group tour
Description

Join us on a day trip to the Calauit Game Preserve, a wildlife sanctuary home to exotic animals like giraffes, zebras, and gazelles. Then, witness the awe-inspiring beauty of Black Island’s dark karst cliff and pristine white sand beach. This adventure promises to be unforgettable, book your tour now!


Itinerary

Meet your guide at the hotel and set off on an exciting day of adventure! First, explore the Calauit Game Preserve and get up close and personal with exotic African animals like giraffes, zebras, and impalas. Don’t forget to take plenty of photos and even feed them!
Next, make your way to the mysterious Black Island, one of the most beautiful destinations in the region. Take in the stunning sights of the cave pool, pristine beaches, and black limestone formations.
Finally, head to the charming town of Busuanga for some sightseeing before heading back to your hotel in Coron town.

Experience
  • Highlights
  • Calauit Island is an extraordinary destination that is home to a variety of African wildlife, including zebras, giraffes, impalas, gazelles, bushbucks, eland, waterbucks, and tobis. These animals were brought to the island from Kenya in the 1970s by President Ferdinand Marcos to save them from extinction. The natives were relocated to another island, and the forest was cleared to create a suitable savannah-like environment. Today, these African animals continue to thrive on the island, living in harmony with endemic Philippine species like the mouse deer, bear cat, Palawan peacock pheasant, sea turtles, and Philippine crocodile.
    Malajon Island, also known as Black Island, is a large island located northwest of Busuanga Island. Its most impressive feature is a massive dark karst cliff in the center of the island that leads to a long white sand beach on the west coast. There are several caves on the island, but only a few are accessible to the public. According to local folklore, the Japanese hid their gold in one of the caves during World War II. The island is surrounded by crystal-clear waters, and a shipwreck lies just off the beach.
  • Includes
  • All internal transport as per the itinerary
    Activities as per the itinerary
    Picnic Lunch
    Local tour guide
    Calauit Safari by Truck
    Animal Feeding
  • Environmental fee (PHP 200 per person)
    Snorkeling set and kayak (available for rent)
Location
Booking notes

The price provided is intended as a guideline and is based on a group boat tour. Please feel free to contact us for a personalized quote.

Our company offers private tours that guarantee exclusive use of the boat. Although they are more expensive than shared tours, private tours offer greater flexibility in terms of selecting destinations and the length of stay at each location. To book a private tour, kindly contact us via email, and our team will be happy to assist you with planning a customized itinerary to suit your preferences and interests.

 2,990.00

Date
Key Features
Cost-Effective Option
Full Refund for Weather-Related Cancellation
Photo Opportunities
Snorkeling Opportunities
Wildlife Watching