Siquijor – Dumaguete Expenses and Itinerary 4D3N


Inside Cantabon Cave
                                            Inside Cantabon Cave


4D3N Siquijor – Dumaguete Itinerary



Early flight from Manila to Dumaguete. Ferry to Siquijor.
Balete Tree and Fish spa

Roadside Bbq dinner


Spelunking at Cantabon cave – must!

Cambugahay Falls – swim

Salagdoong Beach – swim/cliff diving



Early check out. Ferry back from Siquijor to Dumaguete.
Lunch at Hayahay
Check in at hotel.
Casaroro Falls 1.5 hrs drive
Dinner at Sansrival Cakes and Pastries

Walk around Siliman University
Panda fried ice cream
Lunch at Jo’s Inato
Check out.
Buy pasalubong

Expenses: SORIANOS (2)
110 breakfast
80 toiletries
42 merienda
260 lunch/merienda

1720 Siquijor accomodation – Treasure Island

80 water
200 breakfast
340 lunch
230 snack triad
350 breakfast
480 lunch
146 merienda
300 dinner
975 One Bethany Place (per room)

275 breakfast
1525 silvanas
550 suman and chips and coffee

4k each as group fund (divided by 9pax) which includes:

1st day: 500 transpo airport to hotel, 20 driver drink, 217 drinks, 600 bbq,  2500 van-tour and tip ; 244  guide,  60 (2) headlamp,  20 (2) entrance 133 guide;

2nd day

3000 tour and driver , 50 entrance fee healing; 30  parking fee, 45 per pax tour guide Cambugahay, 260 entrance and parking, 100 drivers food salagdoong,

3rd day

3100 driver and van – day tour to casaroro falls

4th day

600 transpo hotel to airport, lunch, 435 rt boat Siquijor

TOTAL – Php15,663 (2pax)


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Tara na sa Puerto Galera

Puerto Galera

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Posted by Travel Adventure Ideas – Soriano Films on Saturday, 16 January 2016

For this Puerto Galera getaway,  we avoided the usual white island and went instead to Boquete Island. One of the islands at Muelle Bay. The beach is nice, secluded, no crowd and loud party music. We practically have the island to ourselves that weekend. Awesome! Only downside was the limited food choicesat the resort. Although we found some restaurants along Muelle Pier which is 10 mins by foot and another 3 mins by boat.

We went around the cove, hiked and swam at the underground cave, ate sea urchins, jumped at some big rocks. Went island hopping and did some snorkeling too. The next day we jungle hiked for 40 minutes to Haligue cove which is on the other side of Muelle bay.

Weekend Itinerary:

Island hopping
Underground cave
Coral garden
Giant clam
Munting buhangin

Expenses for 2 pax (Sorianos)
Gas/diesel 350 per pax – 700
Toll fees  245

Overnight Parking 182
Boat 520
Island hopping 400
Underwater cave 300
Snorkeling 600
Mango shake at yacht club 170
Le Bistro dinner 645
Accomodation 3000
Food Room 11 3405
Lunch 360
Boat 480
Misc water, chips, ice cream 400

TOTAL – Php11,407

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EL Nido Expenses and Itinerary

El Nido, Palawan

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Posted by Travel Adventure Ideas – Soriano Films on Thursday, 14 January 2016

El Nido Itinerary and Expenses:

We got an all in tour package of El Nido + Puerto Prinsesa at La Tiara Tours and Convention for Php11,200 per pax for our group of 6.

Package Inclusion:

– 4 days 3 nights accommodation in El Nido
– 2 days 1 night accommodation in Puerto Prinsesa
– Daily breakfast
– Land transfers from Puerto Prinsesa – El Nido ( roundtrip, zircon van)
– Underground River Tour
– Island hopping tour in El Nido (tour A & C) with lunch
– Environmental fee
– Travel insurance

We got our airfare tickets via Piso fare of Cebu Pacific Air which nets at 750 pesos roundtrip per person.

Other expenses – dinner and drinks, snacks, water, and tip to our boatmen.


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