DIY TRAVEL: Calauit Safari

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  1. Before we thought this was way out of our budget, but now we are considering thanks! What other animals were there?

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    1. GingerSpice says:

      Yes, it really is a bit pricey when you get travel tours. Aside from giraffes and zebras, you can also meet various animals up close like calamian deers, monkeys, Philippine crocodile, Philippine porcupine, bearded pig, and civet cat. I guess there are more I just can’t recall all of them. πŸ˜€

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      1. Yea the tours for the the experience are so expensive! Thanks for writing this!

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  2. Irish Joy Miguel says:

    Hi! Did they require you to have your driver’s license when renting motorbikes? Mine has expired. Huhu.. Thank you!

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    1. GingerSpice says:

      Nope. Any ID will do. πŸ™‚

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  3. VA says:

    Hi, what’s the name of the pier or town where there jump off point to Calauit Safari is?

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    1. GingerSpice says:

      I think its the port of Malacachao. πŸ™‚ Have a safe trip!

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  4. Leci-lyn Bosque says:

    Hi, aside from motorcycle, is there other option or any mode of transport to get to the port going to Calauit? because we are all girls who will be travelling next month. Thanks

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    1. GingerSpice says:

      Hi! I think there is no public transpo from Coron straight to Calauit. If you are a group and all girls, maybe it is better for you to get a tour package. There are lots of establishments in Coron offering Calauit Safari tour. If you already have your hotel/inn you can coordinate with them to arrange the Calauit tour for you. Have a safe trip next month!

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