Day 1

0730  Board Sun Cruiser (Ferry Boat)
0800  Leave Manila
0930  Arrive in Corregidor
0940  Guided Island Bus Tour (Tranvia)
1200  Lunch at Hotel/Resort
1300  Continuation of tour
1430  Back to Hotel; Check-in; free time
1730  Optional Sunset Viewing
1800  Optional Lateral Visit(Malinta Tunnel)
2000  Dinner

Day 2

0530  Optional Sunrise Viewing
0700  Breakfast at Corregidor Inn
0800  Optional Malinta Hill hike/Sightseeing
0930  Back to Inn / Freshen up
1000  Free time/Picture-taking
1200  Lunch
1330  Pack-up and check-out for trip home
1430  Boarding/Departure
1545  Arrive at Manila Ferry Terminal


0730  Board Sun Cruiser (Ferry Boat)
0800  Leave Manila
0915  Arrive in Corregidor
0930  Special Island Bus Tour (Tranvia)
1115  Malinta Light & Sound Show
      (optional - not included in package)
1200  Lunch at Hotel/Resort
1300  Continuation of tour
1400  Board Ferry
1430  Depart for Manila
1550  Arrive at Manila Ferry Terminal

A fast catamaran ferry boat can bring you from Manila to Corregidor in only 80 minutes. Both upper and lower decks are air-conditioned, and equipped with comfortable, airline-type seats. There's also another single-level, mono-hull fast seacraft ready to be called into action on days when there are a lot of tourists.
Package inclusions:

* Round-trip ferry boat transfers
( Manila-Corregidor-Manila)

* Guided Island tour by tranvia bus

*Shrine & Terminal Fees

* Other non-rented recreational activities

*Optional: Malinta Tunnel
Light & Sound Show
(not part of package)

Note: This tour package may
change from time to time.
 For updated info, please e-mail
Sun Cruises

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Now is the time to take that much-needed break! Book yourself at the Corregidor Inn and immerse yourself in the tropical ambience and colorful history of this unique island. It's an experience that you'll never forget!

Corregidor Tours


The Corregidor Island Day Tour is highly recommended for tourists and visitors who have an extra day on their hands, but don't want to wander off too far from Manila.

Tickets can be purchased on-line, or at the Sun Cruises ticket office at the PTA Bay Cruise Terminal. Located at the CCP (Cultural Center of the Philippines) complex along Roxas Boulevard, this office is easily accessible from Manila, Makati, Pasay, and other peripheral municipalities. To make sure that you get seats, we suggest that you book yourself a few days before the actual tour date. It is relatively easier to get seats during weekdays, but tourist traffic is normally heavy on weekends. Peak season is from February to May. If you are from Makati, click here to see a location map of the ticket office, otherwise, click here.

What to expect:

Getting to the Sun Cruises Terminal (beside the Folk Arts Theater)
All tourists/passengers are adivsed to be at the PTA Bay Cruise Terminal at least an hour before departure. Since the ferry boat leaves at 8 AM, it would be good if you could be at terminal no later than 7 AM. (Note: Boarding time is at 7:30 AM.). There's an  air-conditioned passengers' lounge where you can relax while waiting for departure. Just make sure you bring some crackers or snacks with you, as the food items being sold in the terminal are a a bit on the high side, and there are no other stores nearby. [for more info, see scrolling text box below]

The ferry boat: Bay Cruiser II

Fast and well-maintained twin-hulled and double-decked catamaran seacraft with a passenger capacity of 290. Radar-equipped, fully air-conditioned,with airline-type seats. With complete safety/rescue equipment. Captain and crew are competent and well-trained.  A Manila-to-Corregidor run normally takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes)

Corregidor Inn:

A quaint and charming facility with 25 rooms (the Corregidor Inn can accommodate up to 90 people). rooms are air-conditioned and cozy. It's not exactly a five-star hotel, but it certainly makes up for this in terms of character and island ambience. Lunch for Day Tourists is normally served in the Main Dining room. There's also a small gift shop where you can buy souvenirs and other knickknacks.

Tranvia Bus

The principal mode of transportation for tourists on Corregidor Island is the tranvia bus, patterned after pre-World War II trams which were used in Corregidor and Manila.  These vehicles have open sides and protectuve armrests. Maximum seating capacity: 35
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