To get a permit to visit the Puerto Princesa Underground River (PPUR) you must
- Visit the PPUR Office at the City Coliseum. To get to the City Coliseum one can ride a tricycle from the airport or town proper of Puerto Princesa. Fare is 10 – 12 Pesos per person depending from where you are. Estimated Travel Time is 5-10 minutes.
- Follow the instructions below
PPUR Office Operating Hours
Monday to Friday: 8AM to 4PM – No lunch break.
Saturday & Sunday: 8AM to 12PM, 1PM to 5PM.
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If you want to visit the Underground River you have to abide by the policies written below.
Underground River Booking Office Contact Numbers
Address: #350 Rizal Avenue, Brgy. Bancao-Bancao, Puerto Princesa City
Telephone No.: (048) 723-0904
Telefax: (048) 434-2509
E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
- According to the staff of PPUR Office they now have an allotment of 100 slots solely for walk-in visitors. This makes the success of getting a permit through walk-in or do-it-yourself higher.
- If you’re planning to do the walk-in to get the PPUR permit it is best that you visit the PPUR Office as soon as you get to Puerto Princesa.
- There’s a higher probability of success if you schedule your visit to the PPUR on Monday to Thursday and avoid holidays.
I hope this helps when you visit the Underground River when you Do-It-Yourself.
These are the information I got from my recent visit to the Puerto Princesa Underground River (PPUR) Office at the City Coliseum. The details here may not be updated. It is better to contact the PPUR Office directly for the updated way on how you can get a permit.
|December 08, 2012
- Puerto Princesa Underground River (PPUR) Office is no longer located near Badjao Inn. They already moved to the City Coliseum.
- El Nido ETDF and Accommodation receipts from Port Barton are no longer honored. Staying overnight in Sabang is also no longer honored. The only way now to get a permit is to visit the PPUR Office at the City Coliseum.
This post is part of my 12 for 2012 Travel Project which aims to document places in the Philippines to help travellers.
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