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Any person or entity who shall conduct commercial tour operations in TRNP should secure a Permit to Operate (PO) from the TMO at least two (2) months prior to the first scheduled entry.
Email/Submit the following requirements and the accomplished Permit to Operate application form:
Payment of Conservation Fees. Applications for an entry permit must be accurately completed and Conservation Fees paid prior to the issuance of a permit to enter the Park. Fees must be paid in Philippine currency. The rates of Conservation Fees shall be as indicated below:
Rule 14.1. Vessel Entry.
A Vessel Entry Permit must be secured by the boat owner/operator/captain or his/her representative prior to entry. Vessel fees are as follows:
Rule 14.2.Visitor Entry.
Entrants to the Park must secure a Visitor Entry Permit and pay the corresponding Conservation Fees before entering TRNP. Minors aged 12 years old and below are exempt from the payment of Conservation Fees. Visitor entry fees are as follows:
Ban on camera/video for divemasters to focus on performing their duties while diving.
Once the application is successful, you will be notified by the TMO through email/phone.
TMO will inform applicants whose submitted requirements were found insufficient and/or did not comply with the provisions in the TRNP Admin Order (2017).
Drone permits are required for visitors who wish to use them in the park.