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Back in 2009 we got stranded in this island for 17 hours after our boat's engine broke down. We had no food, no water as we were supposed to be Coron at noon for lunch. We had some breakfast of fish and rice that we...More
My siblings and I rented a private boat that took us to Pass Island. Our captain and tour guides cooked us a delicious filipino meal and served it to us on this island. We honestly could not believe our eyes when we arrived at the...More
We traveled by boat 2.5 hours in the pouring rain only to find the island huts were totally booked for the night. Need to make reservations about 2 months ahead. The island is small but has several dining huts and a central bar. Multiple volleyball...More
We visited the island for lunch along with every other tour. We were here for two hours, had food and did a bit of snorkeling - pretty mediocre.
What really disappointed me was the locals/villagers abuse of animals on the island. They were constantly encouraging...More
Pass Island! My favorite island in Northern Palawan. Gorgeous beach, soft white sand, clear turquoise water, great snorkeling, sweetest chocolate lab and completely silent at night except the sound of the waves...bliss. We heard that the island gets up to 200 day trippers who pay...More
White sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, tropical fish, colorful corals, bermuda grass, coconut trees, laid-back and friendly labrador dogs, accommodating island staff and your favorite ice-cold beer. Ultimate relaxation is achieved.
It was far, if you dont like spending more time in a boat dont come but if you would like to experience some palms, well maintained grass, white powdery sand, clear water and a view deck then you should go coz its worth it.
Response from josephineovens | Reviewed this property |
here? do you mean from coron to pass island? i was on a boat tour so it took a whole day but we went to gunboat wreck then pass island and last is coral garden . but if you mean from manila to coron by plane is just more... More
here? do you mean from coron to pass island? i was on a boat tour so it took a whole day but we went to gunboat wreck then pass island and last is coral garden . but if you mean from manila to coron by plane is just more than one hour but for ship its a whole night travel .
Response from 0815Bernd | Reviewed this property |
yes they have open cottages where you can stay over night.
The best way to reach this island is out of Coron.
Food and drinks are to organize themselves.
Unfortunately I can not say more. have a nice trip