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Palawan - A Paradise for all

Get to know the captivating Palawan known for its stunning beaches, wild wonderland and overachiever. When it comes to heritage, it is stacked with UNESCO World Heritage Sites that’ll make your jaw drop. If you plan a trip to Palawan, here are some tips and places you should visit!

When's the best time to visit Palawan?

The best time to visit Palawan is during the dry season, which runs from November to April. Where the skies stay clear, and the humidity takes a chill pill. It’s the kind of weather that practically screams, “Let’s have some fun!”. Explore Palawan’s wonders, a tropical paradise and a treasure trove of unforgettable experiences.


Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park 

Puerto Princesa is home to the world’s longest navigable underground river. You can take a boat tour of the river and see its impressive stalagmites, stalactites, and stunning limestone formations.

Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park 

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a protected area home to diverse marine life. Divers and snorkelers, this one’s for you. Tubbataha is your ticket to an underwater world where the guest is filled with colourful corals and exotic fish. It is a must-see for anyone who wants a front-row seat to marine marvels.

El Nido 

This town is northern Palawan is known for its stunning beaches, limestone cliffs, and crystal-clear waters. Explore El Nido by island-hopping, gliding through hidden coves on a kayak, taking a refreshing dip in waters so blue it’s almost otherworldly, and getting up close and personal with the underwater world as you dive with the aquatic creatures.

Nacpan Beach 

Nacpan Beach, situated in El Nido, is a coastline that attracts many visitors. Its serene atmosphere makes it an ideal destination for swimming, sunbathing, and simply unwinding. This picturesque beach offers a tranquil escape from life's hustle and bustle, allowing you to embrace the joys of beach living fully. If you're seeking a summer paradise where you can relish in the pleasures of beach life, Nacpan Beach in El Nido is the choice!

Honda Bay 

This bay is located in Puerto Princesa and is home to several islands, including Starfish Island, Luli Island, and Cowrie Island. You can go island-hopping, swimming, snorkelling, and sunbathing. Island-hopping is the name of the game here; each stop promises its unique charm.

Port Barton 

Port Barton is a town in San Vicente is a popular destination for budget travellers. It is known for its laid-back atmosphere, beautiful beaches, and affordable accommodations. With its relaxed atmosphere and some of the most stunning beaches in the region, Port Barton exudes a laid-back charm.

In Palawan, the warm hospitality of its people, delicious yet affordable cuisine, a wealth of indoor and outdoor activities, and the chance to dive into Filipino culture all come together for an unforgettable adventure. Don't miss the opportunity to explore this tropical paradise! 

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