You definitely should add theese 7 places in your Palawan’s Bucket List
Lagoons and beaches in El Nido
Places in your palawan’s bucket list!
Situated in the north, El Nido region is the emblem of Palawan.
Spectacular limestone cliffs, crystal clear water, dream beaches, unbelivably spectacular lagoons: definitely one of the most beautiful places in the entire world.
Unfortunately, expect quite a lot of tourists there.
Are you disappointed by the tourist invasion while on holiday in Palawan? Don’t worry: you can consider Port Barton as a quieter (and cheaper!) alternative to El Nido.
If white desert beaches are what you’re looking for, Port Barton is the right option for you.
This is definitely something you can’t miss: it’s one of the 7 New Wonders Of Nature. Do we need to say anything else?
(If yes, here you can find a full article dedicated to the Underground River).
Puerto Princesa is the capital of Palawan.
From the capital you can easily access to the Underground River and the islands of the Honda Bay: Corwie, Starfish, Luli e Pandan.
Why calling “Starfish” an island? Beacause it’s full of starfish, of course!
One of the most spactacular spots in Palawan. What makes this place famous (more than breathtaking views, of course) is the fact that it’s full of wreck form the WWII.
Balabac is a group of more than 30 islands situated in the south-west of Palawan.
Unspoiled fine sandy beaches, endemic flora and fauna and rich marine life: another unforgettable gem of the most beautiful island in the world.
The Tubbataha Reef National Park
The Tubbataha Reef National Park is the main marine park in the Philippines, and a UNESCO world heritage site.
With his astonishing coral reefs, the site is considered the Mecca of diving (click here if you want more informations about diving in Palawan).