I asked a staff of the Leonard Transport Service on how I could get to the Tabon Caves and he told me that I should first visit the National Museum Quezon, Palawan Branch to get a permit.
After 2 hours, 30 minutes and 200 Pesos I arrived at the Land Transport Terminal of Quezon, Palawan. The van driver then called for a tricycle and told the driver to take me to the National Museum.
After 5 minutes and 10 Pesos, I arrived at the National Museum. First thing to do is to remove my footwear as it is not allowed inside.
I asked on how I could visit the Tabon Caves and the security guard told me that I should first get a permit there that costs 2 Pesos per person and hire an accredited boat to take me to the Lipuun Point, where the Tabon Caves are located, and back for 800 Pesos per 6 pax.
The security guard was about to issue me a permit so I quickly stopped him because I can’t afford to pay the rent of a whole boat alone. Good thing I met a friend inside a van when we were doing our adventure on Southern Palawan and I was joining them the next day to explore the Tabon Caves. Phew!