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"The largest among the Calamian Group of islands in the province of Palawan, Busuanga is also one of the country's remaining wild frontiers. Tour Calauit Safari Park and see animals such as giraffes, zebras, and Calamian deer, which are endemic to Palawan. Escape to Ocam Ocam Beach if you want to have a stretch of sand and sea to yourself, or cool down at Concepcion Falls."

Popular Busuanga Hotels

LOBBY Bella Louise House
Guest Houses
Brgy. Sagrada, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5316
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Busuanga Bay Lodge
Resorts
Sitio Lawi, Brgy. Concepcion, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5317
Impressive - 9.0 / 10(6)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Coral Bay Beach and Dive Resort
Resorts
Popototan Island, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5317
SWIMMING_POOL Al Faro Palawan Cosmio Hotel
Resorts
D' Pearl Bay, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5316
Superb - 9.2 / 10(7)
BEDROOM Pierhouse Lodging
Hotels
Barangay Concepcion, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5317
With a stay at Pierhouse Lodging in Busuanga, you'll be by the sea and minutes from Concepcion Pier. This hotel is within the vicinity of Okikawa Maru Shipwreck and Huma Island Beach.
Resorts
Sitio Cabilbil, New Busuanga, Busuanga, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5317
When you stay at La Estancia Busuanga Resort in Busuanga, you'll be close to Black Island Shipwreck. This beach resort is within the region of Busuanga Municipal Hall and Huma Island Beach.
SWIMMING_POOL Cashew Grove Beach Resort
B&B
National Highway, Barangay Cheey, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5317
With a stay at Cashew Grove Beach Resort in Busuanga, you'll be on the beach, and 24.1 mi (38.8 km) from Palawan State University - Coron and 27.9 mi (44.9 km) from Huma Island Beach. This beach bed & breakfast is 19.4 mi (31.1 km) from Black Island Shipwreck and 25.7 mi (41.4 km) from San Nicolas Barangay Hall.
Featured Image Puerto Del Sol Resort & Dive Center
Resorts
K37 National Highway, Concepcion, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5317
Located in Busuanga, Puerto Del Sol Resort & Dive Center is by the ocean, within a 10-minute drive of Okikawa Maru Shipwreck and Concepcion Falls. This beach resort is 20.4 mi (32.9 km) from Palawan State University - Coron and 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Concepcion Pier.
LOBBY Busuanga Island Resort
Resorts
K 37 National Highway Concepcion, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5317
LOBBY Ekhaya Busuanga Island Palawan
Villas
Sitio Lawi Barangay Concepcion, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5137
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Umang Resort
Hotels
Sitio Lacdayan, Cheey, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5317
With a stay at Umang Resort in Busuanga, you'll be 24.7 mi (39.7 km) from Palawan State University - Coron and 29.3 mi (47.2 km) from Huma Island Beach. This hotel is 18.7 mi (30 km) from San Nicolas Barangay Hall and 19 mi (30.6 km) from Calauit Wildlife Sanctuary.
VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Pearl Bay Villas
Hotels
D'Pearl Bay, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, PHILS
With a stay at Pearl Bay Villas in Busuanga, you'll be 8 mi (12.9 km) from Huma Island Beach and 21.6 mi (34.7 km) from Palawan State University - Coron. This spa hotel is 2.3 mi (3.8 km) from Concepcion Pier and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Okikawa Maru Shipwreck.
VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Concepcion Divers Lodge
Resorts
Concepcion Palwan, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5317
When you stay at Concepcion Divers Lodge in Busuanga, you'll be on the beach, just steps from Concepcion Falls and 11 minutes by foot from Concepcion Pier. This resort is 0.8 mi (1.4 km) from Okikawa Maru Shipwreck and 9 mi (14.5 km) from Busuanga Municipal Hall.
EXTERIOR_BUILDING White Summerville Tourist Inn
Hotels
Salvacion Coron Highway, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5316
With a stay at White Summerville Tourist Inn in Busuanga, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Huma Island Beach and Busuanga Municipal Hall. This inn is 31.5 mi (50.7 km) from Palawan State University - Coron and 9 mi (14.5 km) from Concepcion Falls.
VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Marina del Sol Resort & Yacht Club
Hotels
Concepcion, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5321
When you stay at Marina del Sol Resort & Yacht Club in Busuanga, you'll be 12 minutes by car from Concepcion Falls. This hotel is 7.8 mi (12.5 km) from Huma Island Beach and 20.4 mi (32.8 km) from Palawan State University - Coron.
VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Iris Island Eco Resort
Hotels
Darab Island, Barangay Luac, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines
With a stay at Iris Island Eco Resort in Busuanga, you'll be 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Concepcion Pier and 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from Okikawa Maru Shipwreck. This beach hotel is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Concepcion Falls and 5.5 mi (8.8 km) from Huma Island Beach.
VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Palawan SandCastles
Resorts
Airport Road, Lakdayan, Barangay Cheey, Busuanga, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5317
EXTERIOR_BUILDING West Atlantic Hotel
Hotels
National Highway Brgy. Concepcion, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5317
With a stay at West Atlantic Hotel in Busuanga, you'll be a 5-minute walk from Concepcion Pier and 5 minutes by foot from Concepcion Falls. This hotel is 5.7 mi (9.2 km) from Huma Island Beach and 22.3 mi (35.9 km) from Palawan State University - Coron.
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Kings Lodging House and Restaurant
Guest Houses
Pulang Lupa Salvacion Busuanga, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5317
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Echague Place
Guest Houses
Rizal st. Salvacion, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, 5317
When you stay at Echague Place in Busuanga, you'll be 4 minutes by foot from Busuanga Municipal Hall. This guesthouse is 3.8 mi (6 km) from Huma Island Beach and 31.7 mi (51 km) from Palawan State University - Coron.

Guest reviews in Busuanga

9.1
Superb

20 reviews from hotels in Busuanga with aggregated rating of 9.1/10.

Review from various users that have stayed in Busuanga will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!

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Mary K. O.
Al Faro Palawan Cosmio Hotel
9.4
/ 10
9.4
24 Jun 2019
Perfect place for couples who want to enjoy private vacay. Such a wonderful paradise 💕
Vivienne V. V.
Busuanga Bay Lodge
9.7
/ 10
9.7
23 Okt 2018
The hotel is amazing! Enjoyed every moment of the stay. The view from the hotel room was spectacular.
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Desiree B. G.
Coral Bay Beach and Dive Resort
10.0
/ 10
10.0
22 Apr 2017
The hotel's vicinity is quiet, perfect for taking a break from all the stressors of city life, away from noise, water and air-polluted places such as Metro Manila. The hotel staffs are friendly and very accommodating. I didn't like my room in the pictures displayed online but I fell in love with its simplicity and relaxing, inviting feel once I stepped into it and lied down in my bed, my eyes fixed onto the thatched high ceilings(it was high enough; it could accommodate a second story). And with the help of the chirping birds outside, soft breeze, and the soothing sound of the sea, I was immediately lulled to sleep. You are not allowed to play music on your speaker phone, as per the hotel. This is to keep the serenity of the place and allow the guests to enjoy the sound of nature. Nowhere to party at night, but seriously, if you want to party, just go to Boracay. This place is for the ones who like peace and quiet. The place is very romantic by itself; I fell in love with just everything about it especially at night that if I had a bf, I would feel as if I was being unfaithful because of how deeply I adored the place. I had the chance to speak briefly with the manager of the property—he was decent, however I didn't think he spoke to me in a polite manner. Maybe he had been polite but I didn't feel that as a guest, I was welcome, appreciated, or special. Though, it didn't really affect my over-all experience. It is also possible that I just misinterpreted the way he spoke. But in my personal opinion, he doesn't seem very friendly or accommodating. It's worth noting that there's no real beach in the island or at least the kind of beach I have in mind. There's one they call South Beach which is a good 10-15min walk from the resort and you would have to pass through the woods to get there. When I went to that remote area, I was the only person on the beach. It's about less than a kilometer stretch of off white sand beach, overlooking the twin island I'd been hearing about from the staffs. The South beach is a lot better at high tide, because the sea extends to the sandy beach. At low tide, the water only reaches up to the area of sea grass which makes the water look dark, and I'm not really comfortable swimming in murky waters or the feel of grass when I stepped on them underwater. You also won't want to swim in the South beach until late in the afternoon as it would be difficult to follow the trail in the woods back to the resort when the sun starts to set. The lack of an ideal beach spot isn't really a turn off for me as you could visit the other islands and go swimming there. Palawan has a lot to offer, you just need a boat! Besides, the front of the hotel, by the pier, is a really good diving and snorkeling spot.

Most commonly asked questions in Busuanga

What are the best areas to visit in Busuanga?

The best areas to visit in Busuanga are New Busuanga, Maglalambay, Cheey

How many hotels are listed in Busuanga?

Currently, there are around 22 hotels that you can book in Busuanga

Hotels in popular areas

About

Though overshadowed by its more famous neighbors, the municipality of Busuanga stands out as a less-travelled but still unique destination. And because of the smaller population, lower number of visitors, and quainter environment, you can expect a truly relaxing island vacation by booking a hotel in Busuanga.

 

At A Glance

Although surrounded by more famous neighbors, Busuanga shouldn’t be taken for granted. Its strategic location and quieter environment alone make it a great place for any island adventure. Geographically, the municipality includes the western one-third of the Island of Busuanga, sharing it with the neighboring Municipality of Coron.  Indeed, it’s hard not to compare the Municipality of Busuanga with its more well-known neighbor. But its own unique vibe allows it to stand out as an amazing tropical vacation destination in its own right.

 

How to Go   

By plane

Flying to Busuanga will usually take around an hour from Manila. Cebu Pacific Air, PAL Express, AirAsia Zest, and SkyJet all operate flights from Manila, which all take you straight to Busuanga’s Francisco B. Reyes Airport. Expect to spend around P3,200 for a one-way trip (Skyjet).

By boat/ferry

If you’re traveling on a lighter budget and aren’t afraid of some seasickness, you can take a ferry to Busuanga. The total fare will amount to around P1,700 (2GO Travel).  Depending on conditions at sea, expect to spend around 15 hours traveling from Manila to Busuanga. However, the island’s port is located in neighboring Coron, so you’ll have to take a P150 van ride to get to Busuanga. This will take an additional 2 to 3 hours of travel time.   

 

Getting Around

As a first-class municipality, there will be a healthy amount of jeep routes to take you around Busuanga. But as an alternative, you can also take the local tricycles for short trips around the city.

 

Tourist Attractions

The entirety of Busuanga remains an unspoiled paradise for tourists and locals alike. It offers plenty of amazing beaches and lush forest patches for loungers and adventurers. But the Municipality of Busuanga also has a unique nature preserve that houses endangered species—both local and foreign.

On the northern end of Busuanga lies Calauit Islands, which is home to the Calauit Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary. It boasts a collection of safari animals that were brought over from Africa. The list includes zebras, giraffes, impalas, gazelles, and more. It is also home to endemic creatures such as Calamian Deers, Palawan Bearcats, and Palawan Peacocks.  

 

Top Things to Do

Busuanga is a great spot to begin an island hopping adventure. To start, you can take a tour of the nearby less-inhabited islands of Malajon, Bacbac, and Denicolan. These islands offer pristine and unspoiled places to swim in the sea and bathe in the light of the sun. You can also go snorkeling in Busuanga’s many beaches and resorts.

If you would like to stay on dry land, mountain biking is an amazing way to experience the sights of Busuanga. And if you’re feeling more adventurous, you can also take to trekking through this peaceful and unassuming paradise. The landscape has a rich variety of limestone formations, marble cliffs, and caves to explore and experience. See the beauty of Busuanga at your own relaxed pace to best enjoy its natural charm.

 

Where to Eat

You’ll be enjoying a lot of delicious seafood during your stay in the Municipality of Busuanga. Expect even your hole-in-the-wall establishments to serve delicious and affordable meals. Meanwhile, there are many great restaurants along the Coron-Busuanga Road that are famous throughout the whole island.

Ann & Mike’s Restaurant is one of these well-known places to grab a bite. Known primarily for its burgers, it also doubles as a guesthouse for travelers. If you’re pining for some home cooking, you can travel further east and have a stop at Lolo Nonoy’s Food Station. They provide a varied selection of your favorite Filipino meals for a taste of home away from home.

 

Nightlife

In the middle of Busuanga’s quiet and picturesque scenes, you may have to travel a bit further for a fun night out. There is a handful of watering holes in neighboring Coron that offers both comfort and affordable prices. This includes Helldivers Bar, No Name Bar, and Blue Moon Resto Bar, which are all situated near the Coron Public Market. If you want a unique nightlife experience that’s much closer, you can take an early boat to the Huma Island—the perfect place for a nighttime beach party.  

 

Where to Stay

There are a lot of solid accommodation options available in Busuanga. If you’re looking to keep costs down, there are bed and breakfast inns and simple rental homes available throughout the municipality. But if you’re looking for more lavish accommodations, there is also a good selection of hotels in Busuanga.

Dayon Kamo Lodge or Kaniki Point Resort are tried and tested places which offer reasonably priced amenities for a hassle-free trip. Meanwhile, places like the Palawan SandCastles Beach Resort and the La Estancia Busuanga Resort offer all-inclusive packages to make the best out of a relaxing island getaway.    

 

Travel Tips

  • To ensure you have a place to stay, it’s strongly encouraged to book your accommodations in advance. This is especially true during the peak summer months.

  • When it comes to coral reefs and rock formations, look but don’t touch. These natural wonders are easily destroyed by human contact and are near-irreplaceable when damaged.

  • Make sure to pack everything you need beforehand. Some travel essentials and emergency items and clothes may be hard to get by in Busuanga.

 

 

 

 

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