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Morel's Private Island Resort is just offshore from Guinbirayan, Santa Fe, Tablas Island, Romblon Province, Philippines.
Travel From Boracay Island
Bankas depart daily at 10am from Tabon Plaza, Caticlan, to various locations on Tablas Island, Romblon. Tabon Plaza is a basketball court approximately one kilometer from the main Caticlan pier, with a tricycle costing P70 per trip.
The fastest and most convenient Boracay travel is by chartered banka. For P5,000 you can travel direct between Boracay Island and Morel's Private Island Resort in less than one hour at any hour of the day.
We offer significantly cheaper charter rates than Boracay operators and use local crew who know the waters between the two islands. Please contact us for bookings.
Large bankas operate daily between Tabon Plaza in Caticlan and Santa Fe in Tablas Island.
Smaller bankas operate daily between Tabon Plaza in Caticlan and Guinbirayan in Tablas Island, passing our island around 8am for Boracay and arriving from Boracay around 2pm, depending on tides.
These bankas service a number of remote fishing communities between the islands. Trip time is around two hours and costs up to P200 per passenger.
Please contact us on your day of travel for that days schedule.
Travel From Manila
There is no flights or direct sea ferry services from Manila to Romblon. Travel is by daily overnight ferry from Batangas pier to Tablas Island.
Batangas pier is approximately two hours drive from Manila. Buses depart regularly from Cubao, Buendia and Alabang bus terminals. All taxi drivers will know the nearest terminal. Buses from Batangas to Manila are on the pier as you disembark.
The most tourist friendly of the ferry services.
Current rates and bookings can be accessed here
Passenger tickets from P650 to P880. Vehicles from P7,500.
Current rates can be viewed here
Other routes include large banka boats from Roxas Mindoro to Odiongan and the Super Shuttle Roro from Culasi, Iloilo City, Aklan to Odiongan.
Travel on Tablas Island
Travel times vary depending on passengers, supplies and number of stops. Visitors are encouraged to enjoy our provincial style of transport with it's laid back pace and uncertain travel times.
Last Updated 10 April 2014