This was our first time to visit Corregidor Island. The tour went pretty much on schedule. When we got to the ferry station, all our papers were ready, including ferry and bus seats. After a little over an hour in the ferry, we arrived in Corregidor. The tour buses (or tramvias) were all lined up and properly numbered. Our tour guide Rowena was very knowledgeable about the island's history and she was quite entertaining as well. The pace can be hectic, with short 5 - 7 minute stops in certain areas, not really enough to explore. Do take the light and sound show at the Malinta Tunnel. This was a major highlight of the tour and I don't understand why the price for this show is not included in the package. (No problem though, as you can purchase tickets from the tour guide.) It felt eerie being in the dark tunnel, hearing the voices of Pres. Quezon, Gen. MacArthur and recordings of actual bombings. The tour takes you to the different interesting areas of the island. Lots of beautiful photo opportunities here.
The package includes buffet lunch which consisted of rice, vegetables, a pasta dish, 2 entrees, soup, salad and dessert. We brought our own snacks and bottled water to carry around. There are plenty washrooms around the island.
Best to go on this tour in the cooler months. There is a lot of walking involved and the tour hours are from 9:30 am to 2 pm, which can be very hot. There are umbrellas available in each bus. As mentioned earlier, I would recommend bring your own snacks and water.
It would be nice if the tour can be extended for another 1 - 1/2 hours so as to give the tourists more time to explore each site.