Aznar Shipping Palompon to Bogo schedule is daily. Book your ferry tickets online and check trip the schedules along the travel guidelines in relation to COVID-19 health protocols.
Palompon to Bogo, Cebu Schedule
Aznar Shipping Palompon to Bogo plies daily at 3:30 AM with an approximate travel duration of 3 hours. Please be informed that the following trip schedule is subject to change.
|Palompon to Bogo, Cebu||3:30 AM||Daily||3 Hours||Port of Palompon|
Aznar Shipping Palompon to Bogo Rates
Rates for Palompon to Bogo, Cebu ferry ticket ranges from ₱400.00 to ₱500.00 depending on the chosen accommodation. Check full accommodation list and rates below:
LCT Melrivic 2 (CARGO-PAX) vessel plies the Palompon to Bogo, Cebu route.
Image Source: Aznar Shipping Website
Where to Book Ferry Tickets
With the ongoing challenge of COVID-19, it is best that you make reservations and/or check Aznar Shipping Palompon to Bogo schedule online or through a booking app. You may book at Barkota.com for a more seamless ferry booking experience. Here’s a quick guide when booking through Barkota:
- Visit booking.barkota.com or install the app HERE.
- Select a shipping line (Aznar Shipping).
- Choose your itinerary (origin -> destination) and preferred date.
- Add passenger/s details (Name, Age, Email, Birthday).
- Confirm and Pay! You can pay through Debit/Credit Card, ML Epay, Online Banking (almost all banks), 7-Eleven, Over-the-Counter, and Dragonpay.
Travel Guidelines for Aznar Shipping Palompon to Bogo
Passenger’s safety is of utmost importance, thus shipping lines along with the government’s directives, have set travel guidelines for a more seamless ferry trip. Click here to check the detailed list of travel guidelines per shipping lines offering the said route or visit Aznar Shipping's Facebook page to learn more of their updated travel requirements.
While the government and some other LGUs have eased travel restrictions for passengers, it is still best to observe safety health protocols to avoid the possible threats of the current virus. Wear your facemask, maintain physical distancing, and always hand sanitize.