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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

How to go to Puerto Gallera

How to go to Puerto Gallera?

If you are coming from Metro Manila, you can go to the Bus Terminals (Cubao, Pasay, Taft/Buendia) and ride a bus going to Batangas Pier. Travel Time normally takes 2 hours but it changes depending on traffic. From Batangas, there are boats going to White Beach, Puerto Gallera and there are dailly trips from early in morning till late in the afternoon. Boat rides costs 250 pesos (1 hour travel) but I there are also airconditioned boats which costs 300 pesos. Alternatively, if you are afraid of the small boats, you can also ride a super cat (fast craft) but via Calapan city (Capital of Oriental Mindoro) then from there you can ride a jeepney going to Puerto Gallera for less than an hour travel. From Puerto Gallera, you can ride a tricycle going to the white beach

Regular Boat, Father and Sons Lines!

Air-conditioned Father and Sons Lines!


jasperjugan said...

wow, airconditioned boats? do they still allow carrying cars over to puerto galera from batangas pier?

Lavern said...

From batangas, there are RoRos (Roll In Roll Out) going to Calapan but I am not sure whether there are RoRos going to Puerto Gallera.

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