If you want to do some diving, it can be added on a “Private Trip” only. We do not do diving on “Open Group” expeditions. We also provide diving outside our trips, if you would like to do some diving before or after an expedition please let us know
Luggage & Storage
We recommend you pack light although we have no baggage restrictions. Laptop and electronics should be stored in a water proof dry bag and hard case containers to protect them.
We provide everyone with their own tent, if preferred. Sometimes we have local Nipa huts or you can sleep out under the stars or on the deck of the boat-weather permitting. Every evening we anchor and set up camp. We provide everyone with fresh sheets and pillows. If you have any sleeping requirement please let us know beforehand.
Toilets & Showers
Our vessel has a common head (toilet) found on most local pump boats. You will find simple type toilets on the island with a bucket flush. Toilet paper is provided. We provide fresh water bucket showers at camping locations along the way.
Electricity and Charging Batteries
We have a battery charging system on board for charging USB plug in devices,. There is no electricity on the Islands so do not expect any charging there. Also, headlamps will be very helpful especially at night, so do not forget to bring them!
Our expeditions do not include alcoholic drinks in the price. However, you can purchase beer and spirits and bring them onboard. We will provide a cooler with ice to keep your drinks cold. Please feel free to bring along whatever alcoholic drinks you like.
For most passports a visa is not required for a stay of up to 21 days. Traveler must be in possession of a passport valid for 6 months beyond stay and a round-trip airline ticket, although, visa requirements vary. Please contact the Philippine Embassy in your country.
Please feel free to call us if you need help answering any questions whatsoever. Our Office number is: +63 9150918102
All travelers must have their own Travel Insurance. Remember that you will be traveling in a remote island. You should get a travel-insurance policy that cover loss and medical problems, missed and Scheduled Airline Failure connection, theft, and dangerous activities.