Kalanggaman Island Budget And Itinerary

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Kalanggaman Island Budget And Itinerary

Kalanggaman Island is found in Palompon Leyte and it is the hidden treasure and the secret haven of the province especially to those with adventurous spirits. It was unknown for a long time to many until its discovery in late 2015 when stunning picture of the place surfaced the internet and it made everyone in the travelling world rushing to visit the place.

Here's a map of Kalanggaman Island for your reference:

How to get to Kalanggaman Island:

Things that you can expect once you visit Kalanggaman Island:

Things to remember:

You should bring enough food and water, you can shop for supplies at the supermarket prior to going to the island. Most of the boats are big and they can accommodate up to 20 people and they are priced at 3,000 pesos for a roundtrip transfer. If you are travelling alone, you can share the boat with other passengers to save cost. Travelling to the island are prohibited during bad weather and sea condition. It is best to check the predicted weather report before travelling to Palompon or better yet you can check with the local tourism office if the travel to the island is possible on your preferred date. You should also bring your own snorkel gears, the beach is amazing but the real paradise of the island is underwater. If you do not have a snorkel, you can rent one in the island for a price of 300 for one full day of use. The day tour cottages will cost you 500 pesos which comes with a table and four chairs, if you are staying overnight, you should bring with you tents and camping gears. There is no electricity in the island so you better have your gadgets charged to full battery before going to the island. Some of the tour boat operators in Palompon offer a combined tour to Kalanggaman and Malapascua Island. For this, prior arrangements must be made to ensure smooth and hassle free travel.

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