Palaui Island, Cagayan : Travel Guide

Palaui Island is a protected landscape and seascape nestled in the northeastern most part of  Cagayan Valley, Philippines.

I still recall our first attempt to conquer Cape Engaño in Palaui Island back in 2010. During that time, detailed information on how to get to Palaui is limited. In fact, if you type “Palaui” online, the search engine will suggest the country “Palau”. A kind fisherman with his family approached me and my friend Angel of Lakwatsero and let us hitched in his boat without asking for anything in return. Touched by his genuine hospitality, we asked the fisherman to be our guide to trek the lighthouse. He politely refused and gave us directions instead because he opted to go fishing at night. At that time, like many locals of Palaui, he doesn’t know yet that tourism could provide them additional income. We asked for his number, and then off we went to search for the path to Cape Engaño lighthouse.


Unfortunately, we never arrived at our elusive destination. We got lost in the forest, walked nine hours around the island and ended up having badly wounded and scarred legs. We have failed, but we took home a story of finding the courage to know when to give up, and meeting kind locals.

We blogged our experience and returned 6 months after (July 2011) with our friends.

With the influx of tourists to Palaui Island due to blogs and social media, the boat of the fisherman who helped us eventually turned into a tourist boat by day. Indeed tourism helps create jobs, but like any other tourist attractions that have risen to fame, change is expected.  New rules have been implemented to protect the island; the boat rate and guide fees are now regulated. I hope with all these changes, the locals of Palaui Island will still benefit from its tourism revenues. And may this marine reserve be continually conserved and protected for the benefit of future generations.


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How to get to Palui Island in Cagayan from Manila



If you’re taking a plane to Tuguegarao, you can just walk outside the airport, a few meters away is the highway leading to Sta. Ana.  Cross the street and wait for vans  or bus en route to Sta.Ana, Cagayan.



You can get to Palaui Island from Manila by taking a Victory Liner bus bound for Tuguegarao (Fare is Php 600) from Kamias, Sampaloc and Caloocan.  At Tuguegarao City, proceed to the van terminal and ride a van to Sta. Ana, Cagayan.



From Sta.Ana Cagayan to San Vicente port

The bus/van will stop at the Sta.Ana Commercial Center where you can buy food, water and booze.  Take a quadcycle / tricycle to Sta Vicente port. Take note of the  642 kilometer, that’s the  last kilometer marker up north.   There is a Php 50 fee that you need to pay for before going to the island  at the Tourism Visitor’s Office and you have to sign in the log book.

At San Vicente port, you can hire boats to Palaui Island.  To avoid getting lost  (like what happened to us) , please get a guide.  Depending on the package that you paid for,  or  if the sea is calm, the boat can take you directly to  Cape Engaño lighthouse, no trekking required.


I highly recommend kuya Edwin Tabucol, a local of Palaui Island. Contact no: +63 926 9064 657  or +63 916 1165 850 . He has two boats that can be rented to take you to the lighthouse and to Palaui from San Vicente. He can also guide you to the lighthouse.

I just revisited Punta  Verde and met up with Kuya Edwin to check on the changes in the island and how tourism has changed the life of his family.

He is now the vice president of  the boatmen association (PASAMOBA Cooperative).  He showed me the standardized boat rates now.

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Maximum of 8 passengers. Good for 6 hours only from the time of boarding to arrival.  An additional fee of Php 100 for every extended hour of service. Additional Php 300 for an overnight in Punta Verde.



Cape Engaño LighthousePhp 1,80045 minutes
Anguib BeachPhp 1,50025 minutes
 SiwangagPhp 1,50030 minutes
PuzuruboPhp 1,80030 minutes
Crocodile IslandPhp 5005 minutes
Punta VerdePhp 1,00025 minutes
 Pugo MuroPhp 5005 minutes




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Palaui Combination Tour Rates




Crocodile Island

2 hours – Php 500

6 hours – Php 800

Crocodile Island + Pugo Muro Island30 minutes –  Php 1,000
Anguib + Cape EngañoPhp 3,000
Punta Verde + Cape Engaño overnightPhp 2,800
Punta Verde + Mabolbol OvernightPhp 2,500
Crocodile + Anguib BeachPhp 1,800
Cape SiwangagPhp 2,200
Siwangag + AnguibPhp 3,000
Cape + CrocodilePhp 2,200
Punta Verde + AnguibPhp 2,200
Snake Island + CrocodilePhp 1,500
Punta Verde + CrocodilePhp 1,000
Punta Verde (Cape trekking)Php 2,500
Special trip  (Punta Verde + Cape Engaño + Crocodile Island +Anguib)Php 3,500
Special Trip Overnight (Punta Verde + Cape Engaño + Crocodile Island +Anguib)Php 3,800


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Camping near the beach or near the Cape Engaño lighthouse is no longer allowed to protect the beach and the island. I was told this is because of the lack of discipline of previous tourists (leaving trash and vandalizing).  There is no resort or hotel in Palaui, your only option is homestay. Rate is Php 250 per head.

You may contact kuya Edwin:  +63 926 9064 657  or +63 916 1165 850

Alternatively, you can stay overnight in Sta. Ana, Cagayan.


Country Inn Hotel and Restaurant

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Samuk-samok, Centro, Santa Ana, Santa Ana, Cagayan

Click here to check room rates

 Jotay Resort
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Barangay Centro, Santa Ana, Santa Ana

Click here to check room rates

Avalon Beach Club Hotel

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Dugo – San Vicente Road, Santa Ana

Click here to check room rates

Edens Lodging House

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Arellano St., Centro, Santa Ana

Click here to check room rates


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  • Swimming, beach bumming, snorkeling, diving, game fishing, adventure trekking, camping, sunset watching, last kilometer marker for Luzon (KM 642), colonial  lighthouse Cape Engaño
  • Bring your own camping equipment and flashlight, there’s no guesthouse, hotel or resort in the island, camping near or at Cape Engaño lighthouse is now prohibited. You have to stay at Punta Verde. Check out the list of accommodations above.
  • Bring your own snorkeling gear since the waters around Palaui Island is part of a marine reserve
  • The island is actually a watershed having several waterfalls. I was told there’s already a wash room near the lighthouse where tourists can wash up.
  • On the northeast side of the island you can see two islands: the Dos Hermanas (two sisters).
  • For the more adventurous soul, try hiking the East side of the Island to the West but again, make sure you have a guide with you to avoid getting lost.
  • The trek to the lighthouse will take you through a coastal community, mangrove forest, inter-tidal zone, agricultural area, forest and some grassland before getting to Cape Engaño lighthouse.


Crocodile Island close to San Vicente port

Anguib Beach– is another white sand beach in Sta. Ana, Cagayan .
Cagayan Special Economic Zone- casinos, a naval camp

Palaui Island was used for Survivor TV series  back in June 2013.

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This 2 days/ 1 night Palaui travel itinerary is ideal for long weekends or weekend trips.  Just leave Manila Friday Night and leave early afternoon on Sunday. You can also start the trek earlier than I wrote here so you can leave early and arrive in Manila early morning.

DAY 0 
09:30 PMTravel to Tuguegarao from Manila


 DAY 1 
10:30 AMEstimated Arrival in Tuguegarao
10:35 AMEarly Lunch
11:00 AMTuguegarao to Sta.Ana by Van
01:00 PMBuy drinks, snacks and food at the market
01: 20 PMTricycle to San Vicente Port
01: 35 PMRegisterat the Tourism Office and pay the Php 50 environmental fee
01:45 PMProceed to San Vicente Port. If you haven’t contacted a boatman yet (see my recommended boatman above) you can charter a boat at Sta.Ana Port
02:00 PMBoat ride from San Vicente Port to Punta Verde in Palaui Island
02:25 PMArrival in Punta Verde, Palaui Island
02:30 PMCheck in at Homestay or Pitch Tent at Homestay
03:30 PMSwimming
04:30 PMExplore the community, talk to the locals
07:00 PMDinner (you can order dinner in advance from Ate Elsa (see her homestay details above)
09:00 PMLights Out


DAY 02 
05:00 AMWake up call
05:30 AMBreakfast
06:00 AMStart of trek to Cape Engano Cove + Lighthouse in Palaui Island
09:30 AMArrival at Cape Engano. Lighthouse Photo op + Swimming
11: 30 PMTrek back to Punta Verde community
02: 30 PMArrival in Punta Verde. Bath and prepare stuff for check out
03:30 PMCheck out
03:35 PMBoat ride from Punta Verde in Palaui Island to San Vicente Port in Sta.Ana
03:55 PMArrival in San Vicente Port, Sta.Ana
04:00 PMTricyle to Van Terminal near the market
04:15 PMVan ride to Tuguegarao from Sta. Ana
07:15 PMArrival at Victory Bus Terminal in Tuguegarao
07:30 PMBus back to Manila


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Note that this is good for 1 person. so if you are traveling with someone or with a group, trip budget is much cheaper.


Bus Fare between Manila dn Tuguegarao (roundtrip)Php 600 X 2 =Php 1,200
Van Fare  between Tuguegarao and Sta.AnaPhp 220 x 2 = Php 440
Environmental FeePhp 50
Palaui Island HomestayPhp 250
Boat to Punta Verde (roundtrip)Php 1,000
Guide Fee (trekking)Php 300 + tip
Meals (per meal x # of meals)Php 150 x 3 = Php 450

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  • Wear rashguard and aqua shoes when swimming and snorkeling to avoid being stung by sea urchins, jellyfish or stone fish.
  • Do not step or touch corals when snorkeling.
  • Never leave your trash nor collect plants or  sand.
  • Bring mosquito repellent and personal medicines.
  • Stack up cash (Philippine peso) as everything is on cash basis.  ATMs abound in Tuguegarao, you can withdraw there before proceeding to Sta. Ana
  • No restaurant in Palaui Island, you can buy food at Sta.Ana Commercial Center walking distance to the van terminal) before proceeding to San Vicente port.
  • You can also text Ate Elsa (mobile # 0905 283 559), she has a homestay in Palaui, if you want to have your meals cooked.







First published : February 2011

Updated: June 2013 /  June 1, 2014 / March 2016/ March 2017







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  1. Wow! Great travel guide! Thanks for the mention Ate Jill!
    Yes, get a GUIDE! 🙂

  2. This is a good guide! Kung wala lang sana akong bonggang trip nung December, kasama sana ako hehe 😛

    Talagang get a guide ah 😛 I’m looking forward to more photos pa 😛

  3. It is really important to have a guide. Dapat yong guide na man na hindi mapagsamantala lalong lalo na sa kanilang presyo, ano gael?

  4. noted Ga-el! pag may sale, book na agad sa Tuguegarao!

  5. ayoko parin kumuha ng guide, masyadong mahal… hahaha
    more travel guides to come gael

  6. Hi Gael! May picture ka ba ng boat na ginamit nyo? Thanks!

  7. Nice blog. very helpful. 🙂 thank you for sharing your experience and sharing those info. 🙂

  8. It looks like an unspoiled place.

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  10. Ate Jill!!! nakagawa na din ako ng Palaui Guide 😛
    Bubulong ko sa iyo why 😛

  11. finally, i have an access to your blog. I dunno what happened. I love your pictures. Travelling alone is fun! I am mesmerized with your pics and the places you been to. im so inggit!

  12. ayan, isang detailed guide na naman! gawa ka na ng book gael. The Pinay Solo Back Packer’s Guide! 😀

  13. salamat Ga-el recommend ko blog mo pag may magtatanong sa akin about cagayan.

  14. nice, ngayon ko lang napansin bago na uli header mo 🙂

  15. wow! na amaze ako sa photo. parang painting…

  16. I’m in awe! The photo is so out of this world! And, I love how you make the post more informative for all your readers and possibly travelers in the future! You rock woman! Cheers!

  17. Hi, plano kong mag Sta. Ana this April 2011. May maisusuggest po ba kayong itinerary for a day trip sa place na ‘to? Balak ko umalis ng 5am from Tuguegarao papuntang Palaui island then balik din sa Tuguegarao kinahapunan. I would also appreciate information regarding sa first trip and last trip ng vans and buses from Tugue and Sta.Ana since day trip lang po ako. Lastly, saan po pala banda sakayan ng vans both in Tugue and Sta. Ana? Thank you very much!

    1. Hi Eve! 🙂 chck here for suggested itinerary: Vans sa Tuguegarao is available til 6pm lng ata, ganun din sa Sta. Ana, kung wala na mag-Florida bus k nlng (24/7 sila). ride ka lng ng trike to the bus station. ganun din sa vans to Sta. Ana, madame kase station ng vans dun , nag-bus kame papunta pero nunng me pununtahan ako na town outside Tug, sumakay ako ng van, yung mga papauntang Sta. Ana, pero nag-trik lng ako. maliit lng Tug so d ka naman mawawala. trike ka lng, konteng ingat lng kase mejo mahala managa ang mga trike drivers sa Tug. yung van sa Sta. Ana ay asa market lng. trike ka lng din frm the port kung galeng ka ng Palaui.

      1. Hi!:) super thank you sa reply. makakatulong po ito. thanks ulet!:)

        1. pd bang balikan lang gawin ?

          1. yep, pede naman day trip. just get a guide. =)

  18. uuy! next piso seat sale, tuguegarao naman! 🙂

  19. halu!! tanong ko lang po, same route din ba ito papuntang Sun City San Casino and Resort? Thank you ng marami. Very beautiful pictures btw. =)

    1. yep. just have to take a trike ata to take you to Sun City once you’re in St. Ana already. =)

  20. do you think that surfing is possible here? 3 to 4 foot waves is what’s considered to be surfable. thanks 🙂

    1. haha No I don’t think so. =(

  21. thanks gael! sana mapuntahan ko to 🙂

  22. sayang nasa dulo na kayo ng luzon sana nag batanes na rin kayo

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  25. thanks for this gael! i want to go to Palaui Island soon. But would you say that it’s better to travel here in groups than solo? thanks! 🙂

    1. hi Kei! 🙂 better in groups to share the expenses. 🙂

  26. very informative. been wanting to see Palaui…the thing is, got a lot of climbs and races in my calendar. but soon…

  27. I met and dove with Edwin Tabucol. He is a trustworthy person. Thank you for sharing your travel blog.

    1. did you camp at cape engano?

      1. below the lighthouse, sa may beach. but now, bawal na daw po mag-camp. you have to stay sa village dun sa island.

  28. this is a very helpful tips for all backpackers.

  29. hi teh gael,

    will visit palaui island this feb…thanks for this itin… u r my inspiration n this trip… again maraming salamt.

    keep inspiring and keep travelling =)

    happy travels!!!

  30. although I’m from Cagayan, I haven’t experience like what you did.

  31. wow. very nice blog… will use the info in my upcoming trip this Holy Week. hhehehe.

    Thanks for this!

  32. hi, we just went to palaui island.. i was so inspired to go when i saw this website.. but we didnt know that they have implemented new rules in the island.. hindi na pwde magcamp sa cape engano or anywhere near the beach.. pinag-camp kami sa compound nila and made us pay per person.. hndi man lang matanaw yon beach from the camp site.. =( we were really disappointed.. no bonfire as well.. cape engano was the perfect campsite.. sobrang ganda and sobra linis.. but u cant camp their anymore..

    1. i’m sorry to hear about that. that’s sad news, but i;m sure they wanted to protect it cguro. 🙁

  33. mas mura ba mag bus to tuguegarao kesa mag eroplano na naka sale? wala naman ako trabaho kaya okay lang sakin kahit tatlong araw na bus ride hehe

  34. ..we are booked to tuguegarao dis june..we are going to tuao to be specific..i am just wondering how long will it take to sta, ana from tuguegarao city…is the anguib beach at palui island also? we are planning to go there. thank yo..i am hoping you can give me information.

  35. Planning to go to Palaui Island but will be using my car to go North. Is it advisable to do this? Where can we leave the car to explore the island? Advice please.

    1. at San Vicente port. pero i suggest asking na lang po the resorts in Sta. Ana if you leave your car there. or inquire po at the tourism office where you need to pay the entrance tickets. enoy! 🙂

      1. Thanks for all the INFO. BIg help in my plans.

  36. Hi Ma’am/Sir,

    I just wanna ask if is it possible to have a Private Camping at Palaui Islands for about 2-3days?
    Hoping for your reply.

    best Regards,


    1. hi, camping is no longer allowed near the lighthouse. you have to camp in the village.

  37. Hi. I’ll be visiting CDO soon and am planning of a Palaui-CDO-Camiguin itinerary for 4D/3N (early flight back to Manila on the 4th day). Is it possible to explore Palaui in just one day? I’m thinking of visiting it during our first day, then whitewater rafting at CDO on the second day, and visiting Camiguin on the third. Thank you.

    1. hi Aiza, Palaui is not in CDO, it’s in Cagayan North po. Try Malaybalay, Bukidnon instead.

  38. Aiza, I think you’re thinking of a different Camiguin Island. CDO and Camiguin are in Mindanao and Palaui Island and another Camiguin Island are in the northern tip of Luzon.

  39. Hi Gael.. So inggit in your adventure.. That is my dream too.. Baka pede pasali heheheh

    1. yes of course. will open trips soon!

  40. I’ll include this one in my lists for this year! Excited for the lighthouse trekking, gggrrrrrr! Thank you for posting.

  41. hello, could you let us know how much the guide fees are? are they standardized? thank you!

  42. thanks for the info.

  43. it really helps alot. thanks

  44. my girl friends and i are scheduled on a trip this june. and this blog really helps alot. muah! more power and blessings!

  45. Grabe ang laki ng minahal ng price, i was just there last December and the boat fare was just 700php for the whole day, ngayon it’s being implemented per hour na and the minimum is 1k. I don’t know but in my opinion overpriced na ang palaui, the price is so just not worth it kasi in reality you just get to spend minimum amount of time in a boat and like the rest of the day your hiking/swimming, buti sana kung katulad to ng el nido that you spend your whole day in a boat plus with buffet food, and in el nido it’s just 1.2k-1.8k ang price (regardless if your alone or not). Too greedy tsk tsk tsk. Please don’t they me ot’s because they use it to clean/maintain the place, eh para san ang environmental fee na sinisingil nila?

    1. yung El Nido nagmahal na din. 3k na daw yung boat. 🙁

  46. i had the best travel trip so far when i went to palaui last week…my four day stay in the island was truly memorable…my jaws dropped upon laying my eyes on the picturesque landscapes and sceneries…truly stunning and breathtaking!

  47. Very detailed travel guide. Nice. ^^,

  48. salamat sa magandang impormasyon maam, yung fare po ba sa boat is per head?

  49. Hi Gael! Very helpful post, salamat po! I am just wondering about the Palaui Homestay (with Elsa); is it on the Palaui island itself? And how much would the estimated cost for food per person if we decide to avail of that service? Thanks again and hope to hear from you soon. So looking forward to visiting come January!

  50. Hi,

    Great guide, very informative and useful. But I’m still a bit confused on some information here especially that most of the places mentioned here can’t be found in google 🙁

    I’m trying to google for Siwangag, Puzurubo, Pugo Muro, Mabolbol, Crocodile Island, and Snake Island but I couldn’t find any useful info about them over the internet. They are just mentioned but there are really no brief description on what you can see/experience there. There are even no pictures available for these places 🙁

    If it is not too much to ask, can you please provide some descriptions of these places and what you would recommend to us to see. Surprisingly, there is no boat rates to visit all these places, I wonder why…

    We plan to go in Palaui on Jan30. If we go to Palaui (hiking to the lighthouse), Anguib and some other islands/beaches, can we do this in a day (starting really early) then go back to Tuguegarao by afternoon? I’m thinking of spending the night on Pagudpud instead (bus ride from Cagayan). Is this possible?

    Hope you could reply soon 🙂

    1. “We plan to go in Palaui on Jan30. If we go to Palaui (hiking to the lighthouse), Anguib and some other islands/beaches, can we do this in a day (starting really early) then go back to Tuguegarao by afternoon? I’m thinking of spending the night on Pagudpud instead (bus ride from Cagayan). Is this possible?”

      — Or at least go back to Tuguegarao by night so that we can travel to Pagudpud early in the morning the next day 🙂

      1. possible but not sure about last trip from Cagayan to Pagudpud.

  51. Nice blog,a great help for me coz making out our own itinerary.

  52. Nice blog,,hope you can help me,,I’m planning to go to palaui on 18,,and anguib beach on the 19,,you were saying I need to take van or bus going to sta Ana.whats the next thing to do,,how much are the boat fare for the two beaches and is there a place to stay for the night on 18,,thanks

  53. we are looking for people who can join us or a group we can join. Travel date is on May 23-26, 2015.

  54. When is the best time to visit Palui Island?

    1. summer. march to to june. 🙂

  55. Is it really possible to go here alone? I am planning to go here alone on July. I am planning to leave at July 16 evening then leave on July 18 at dawn.

    1. Yep. Pretty safe there naman. Pls contact the number of the boatman I posted. But it’s gonna be expensive if you are alone ha.

    2. hi,.planning to go der on sept 5.,sabay na tayo para my ka-share sa boat…hehehe, im wd my boyfie.tnx

  56. Guys, pwede sumabay para makatipid sa boat? June 19-22.

  57. How about the weather and yung alon papuntang palaui during september 1st week? Hindi po ba delikado?

    1. That’s habagat season already, check the weather update before proceeding. I suggest instead of going straight to the lighthouse and cove, you rent a boat to Punta Verde (15 mins from mainland Sta. Ana) and then hike to the cove and lighthouse. You will need a guide. Kindly contact kuya Edwin, number is on the blog.

  58. Hello po, pag pa nag overnight sa Punta Verde, ano po ba yung i-stay_an dun??

  59. hi, is june 2016 safe month to visit palaui island and generally the other resorts in the area. thanks

    1. 1st week is still okay usually. bUt do check the weather forecast as that is the start of the rainy season already.

  60. very imformative maam, planning to go there with my family by 2017. I iwill include this iteneraries to my 2017 road trip from Manila – Ilocos – Cagayan – Baler – Manila. Probably to stay at my wife’s relative somewhere in Ballesteros. Maraming salamat po. God Bless always on your GALA mode all through out your life.

  61. Hi Gael,

    Wow. I couldn’t imagine what you and Angel went through on your first trip to Palaui.

    Well, Thank you for this detailed post. We’ve been planning to go to Palaui since last year but it didn’t push through. But now, summer is near, I think we will plan again and make sure to experience Palaui. This is very helpful. Thanks


  62. Very informative. We’re going to palaui this weekend. Are there any changes from these info i’ve read?

    1. As far as I know, that’s updated.

  63. Hi! Would you know how long the boat ride from Palaui to Batanes is? And how much? Planning to go on a solo trip last week of April. Thank you! 🙂

    1. No passenger boat from Palaui to Batanes. You will have to fly.

  64. Hello,

    Is there a bus direct from sta.ana to pagudpud?

    1. I can’t remember. Never took that route. There is one from Aparri. I took the bus from Laoag to Aparri and then the driver dropped me off at an intersection somewhere near Aparri where I transferred to a ous bound for Sta.Ana. I’ll look for my notes again.

    2. Take the Sta. Ana-Vigan City bus. Just alight at Pagudpud. There are tricycles along the road to take you to the beach resorts.

      1. Super thanks for the info, PJ! 🙂

  65. Hi Gael, I’ve been following your blog since last year. I was able to reach Mayang Todi’s Homestay in South Cotabato and told her I referred to your post about your stay with them. Btw. Would just like to us if camping is still allowed in Anguib beach. I think its a hassle if we are to go back to punta verde and proceed to the next island the following day. Thank you ver much.

    1. Glad you visited Lake Sebu. Not so sure about camping in Anguib though. I’m sorry. But they have a Facebook page, try to message them. 🙂

  66. Hello,
    Very nice guide. Were planning to go to here. Is it possible to arrange for a sunrise, sunset and night photography shoot with the guides?

  67. hi is the boat fee same if rented by 2pax only?

  68. Hi! Was just wondering if September is a good time to go to Palaui Island? Thanks!

    1. please check the weather update before proceeding. Go via Punta Verde and hike to the lighthouse instead of going directly to the lighthouse by boat.

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