Palawan is a beautiful resort in the Philippines, almost like a paradise that you will never forget once you have seen it. It won the worlds best beaches award three years in a row. It has incredibly crystal clear water, white sand beaches creating an ambience of a very relaxing spot. You will discover tropical fishes , corals, limestone cliffs, and even see the endangered sea turtles. It has stunning landscapes, sights and caves that you can ever imagine, which all contribute to this place looking like paradise.
To reach there, there are daily flights from Manila to Puerto Princesa (capital city of Palawan ) of all local airlines such as Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific. The flight distance is only one hour and 15 minutes by plane from either Manila, Cebu or even Caticlan Boracay.
You will find the best beaches and best picturesque spots in Palawan:
It is the capital of Palawan but the urban center is governed independently from the province as a highly urbanized city. In this city you will find the Cabayugan River– worlds longest navigable underground river. It runs down from the Saint Paul mountain range within the 22,000-hectare Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park. You can hire a boat and start paddling and you will discover sights that you do not commonly see: there are a lot of wiggling bats above you, and you will see the beautiful limestones shaped like the “Last Supper”; or shaped like different types of vegetables and even shapes of human form, like the body of a sexy woman😉
This place is blessed with crystal clear water, the island beaches are stunning with incredibly beautiful landscapes. Palawan is an archipelago of 1,780 islands in the western region of the Philippines. It has the most concentration of islands, but it is the most sparsely populated area in the country. Because of its scenic landscapes and high bio-diversity, Palawan is known as “The Last Ecological Frontier of the Philippines”.
During the day there are a handful of preset tours where you can join other travelers to see some of the top sites in the Palawan nearby. The tours are relatively quite inexpensive and prices range from 1200P to 1500P, inclusive of lunch. Most tours return after 4pm and you will have plenty of time left for dinner later in town.
El Nido Cove Resort
Personally, I consider this to be the very best hotel in El Nido Palawan. I recommend that you stay there but even if you are not, you must see the place. Its really very beatifically scenic. For a tip😁 (If you’re not staying in this hotel) you can have lunch and then take as many pictures as you can of the place that can only be described as a hidden paradise😁😉). El Nido – should be on your “Must Visit” list : trust me it’s well worth it!
This is a white sand beach where you can truly enjoy – the scenic beauty and the local brew- and nobody bothers how you spend your time. Do what you wish! total freedom from any prying eyes 😁.
One of the best memories that I have of this place : aside from playing with the stray dogs and cats, it offers both the best sunrise and sunsets!
Compared with Nacpan Beach, Lio is not as picturesque , but the vibe is relaxing – lots of coconut and palm trees. The sunset is stunning -the best sunset I have ever experienced in my life! There are several restaurants to choose from, right around the corner but make sure to put on anti mosquito lotion because there are a lot there.😁
Touted by local tourism officials as the “longest white beach in the Philippines,” It straddles 14 kilometers of undeveloped shoreline, more than three times longer than the Boracay’s White Beach.
The airport is currently under construction and once completed, I’m sure that it will boost tourism and provide travelers a fabulous alternative to Boracay, or another beautiful venue in addition.
A home to a number of unique and breathtaking sights. Also a well known handful of WWII shipwrecks that are permanently entombed off the shores.
To go there, there are daily flights from Manila to Coron via local airlines such as Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific. It takes one hour and 15 minutes by plane from Manila. During the daytime there are island hopping tours too , and you can enquire details from your local hotel where you are staying, or from the travel agencies in the town
Usually, prices range from 650P to 1200P inclusive of lunch. Most tours return after 4pm and after that you can have a dinner in town.
If you want to visit this paradise of Philippines, do it now, before it gets too crowded!
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