From Manila, Sea Air corporation service the Manila-Busuanga route at least once daily using an 18-seater aircraft. Upon arrival at the Yulo King Ranch in Busuanga, jeepneys will take visitors to the Decalatiao Wharf, where boats will be waiting to ferry passengers to Calauit island.  Covering an area of 3,700 hectares Calauit Island Wildlife Sanctuary is home to both endemic animals and African wildlife. Eight species of African animals from Kenya, which includes giraffes, zebras, impalas, waterbucks, bushbacks, gazelles, elands and topis live in harmony with endemic Philippine animals like the Calamian deer, mousedeer, bearcat, Palawan peacock pheasant, Philippine crocodile and sea turtles. Modest accommodations are available for an overnight stay.