Palawan

Palawan City Tour

Duration: Full Day Tour
Overview: Puerto Prinsesa is one of the country's most beautiful cities, rich in Palawan culture, a colorful history, and its people hospitable and good natured. It is home to popular tourist attractions such as Mitra's Ranch, The Crocodile Farm, Hunda Bay, Hot Springs, etc. Learn about the past history of Palawan through visits to Iwahig Prison and Penal Farm where offenders sentenced to banishment were exiled. Proceed to Plaza Cuartel, the restored ruins of an old garrison where Japanese soldiers burned 143 American prisoners of war inside a tunnel, a grim reminder of World War II atrocities. The last stop is Immaculate Conception Cathedral, where the angular structure departs from most churches in other parts of the Philippines, providing an interesting glimpse of unconventional religious structures. Then enjoy dinner before you cruise on the Iwahig River, watching the fire flies transcend the mangroves.

Whole Day Underground River Tour

Duration: Full Day Tour
Overview: Puerto Princess Subterranean River National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park contains a full mountain to the sea ecosystem and represents a habitat for biodiversity conservation. On a paddleboat, explore the underground river and see funnels, stalagmite and stalactite formations that go beyond your imagination. After a picnic lunch, enjoy the rich landscape surrounding the river that serves as a home to many exotic plant and animal wildlife.

Honda Bay Island Hoping Tour with Lunch

Duration: Full Day Tour
Overview: Experience nature by swimming, snorkeling and fish feeding at Snake Island and view the picturesque islands – Starfish Island, Pandan Island, Arreceffi Island. Bat Island and Crowne Island ideal are for picnic trips or simply basking under the sun and lazing around on the sands.

El Nido Marine Reserve Park

Duration: Full Day or at your own pace
Overview: El Nido Marine Reserve Park is occupies an area of 96,000 hectares, boasts diverse ecosystems such as rainforest, mangroves, white sand beaches, coral reefs, and limestone cliffs. Blessed with extraordinary natural scenery, El Nido is the sanctuary of various forms of wildlife. Countless varieties of fish are also found here. Manta rays are a common sight; when in season, divers may see one of the world's rarest marine mammals, the sea cow, known locally as "dugong".

Subterranean River National Park

Duration: At your own pace
Overview: Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is located in the West Coast of Palawan, 81 km north of Puerto Princesa City. It has one of the longest navigable underground rivers in the world, cathedral-like caverns and domes and stalactite and stalagmite formations resembling religious images, fruits and birds. The Underground River is home to other cave dwelling fauna.

The land forms in the park are associated with rocky mountains of marble and limestone running from north to south. Two-thirds of the area is covered by lush tropical rainforest from the shoreline to the highest peak, and one-third is thinly vegetated karst limestone.

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