Venue Address: The Funny Lion Resort, Sitio Jolo, Poblacion V, Coron Palawan, Philippines
When: April 9-13, 2018, Check in time is at 14:00 on the 9th and check out time is at 12:00 on the 13th.
How much does it cost and what´s included: The price per person is at 1500 USD. It includes the 4-night lodging (from the 9th - 13th of April 2018) welcome dinner, workshop with 10 mentors, inter-island hopping adventures and lunch during the trips. Round trip airport van transfer (only if you arrive on the 9th before 14:00 and leave on the 13th 12:00). Spots are not refundable but you can sell it to another person (please let us know ASAP before the 9th of April 2018)
Food and lodging: We will be staying beside a mangrove forest at The Funny Lion Resort, Sitio Jolo, Poblacion V, Coron Palawan, Philippines. All breakfasts are covered for all dietary requirements. Not all lunches and dinners are covered, there are variety of restaurants around the area that we can recommend.
Do you have payment options? Yes! We´ve made it sure that money will not prevent you from jumping in this madness. We made three payment options that you can either pay once or spread separately during two months or three months.
Do we have internet?: Internet connection is bad if you get lucky, but there is no connection most of the times.
How to get there? By airplane: Fly to Manila then fly to Busuanga from Manila with Philippine Airlines or Cebu Pacific. Upon your arrival to Busuanga Airport, vans will be waiting outside for your transfer to the hotel (cost is covered by the hotel if you arrive the 9th of April before 14:00)
How to travel around the island: Tricycles are everywhere downtown. Motorcycles are available for rent. There are no taxis in Coron. Buses and Jeepneys depart from the Jeepney Terminal near the Tourist Center.
What electric plugs do they use? Electricity in Philippines is at 220V, with a frequency of 60hz, we definitely recommend that you bring your own multiple power plug (travel) adapter.
What else should I bring? We recommend that you bring light camera gears, laptop for editing etc., waterproof bag, cash ( in Filipino Pesos, there are very few ATMs around the area and most of the restaurants/shops don't accept cards ) and most importantly an adventurous spirit and a humble heart.