Beach camping, native huts, snorkelling, Dugong sighting, forest trekking, sea kayaking and mountain bike rides

Beach camping, native huts, snorkelling, Dugong sighting, forest trekking, sea kayaking and mountain bike rides


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Camp Calauit Beach Camping Resort

A rugged beach resort that takes you to the Busuanga outback

Camp Calauit, Coron, Palawan, Philippines
Contact:Outback Greg and Lerma
Location:Cheey, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines
Member Since: Jan 27, 2012


Camp Calauit is a rugged odyssey into the Busuanga outback using mountain bikes and sea kayaks - a perfect getaway from the maddening tourist crowd and the noisy traffic in Coron Town. Sleep in beach tents or native open-air huts and feel the sea breeze in your face. Its location in Cheey is the only place known for Dugong sightings - if you're lucky enough!

Sample Rates
  • Beach Camping - from Php500/night
  • Sea Kayak - tour Coron Island on sit-in sea kayaks from Php500/person
  • Calauit 24-Hour Tour - round Busuanga by motorbikes, on a 4X4, on mountain bikes and sea kayaks at Php3500/person, min 2 pax

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Camp Calauit


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(Dec 15, 2011) I was in Camp Calauit and stayed at the open-air native pavillion for nearly a week - no walls, no city noise, no passersby...just the sea, kayak, mountain bike and snorkelling gear, waking up to a refreshing sea breeze and choosing what options I feel like doing for the rest of the day. Life's a beach!