Palawan island in Philippines are known to be one of the most fascinating and beautiful island zone ever located In the earth. For any nature lover, nothing can be the ultimate destination like Palawan Island to explore. The small islets along with 1780 Islands surrounded by coastlines of 1200 miles made it the destination worth visiting at least once in a lifetime.
About Palawan Island
Palawan Island is located in the northern coastal region of the Philippines on the sides of South China Sea. The southern coast of Palawan Island is a part of Sulu Sea which in turn makes this place an interesting combination of different water bodies. Palawan is known as the “Last ecological frontier” because of its commitments towards protecting the wildlife and beauty of the island in a natural way.
What to see at Palawan
Calauit Game and Preserve Wildlife Sanctuary
This sanctuary is the home to some exotic animal species of Africa. It was opened in 1976 and working towards protecting endangered species.
El Nido Marine Reserve Park
Coron Reefs, Coron Bay
Enjoy the breathtaking view of the place and one of the most important locations of visits here is this place is the point where during the World War II 12 Japanese Ships were sunk by the Navy Crew of US. It made its place in the list of the top 10 locations for Scuba Diving
Tubbataha Reef Marine Park
Don’t forget to visit Tubbataha Reef Marine Park and Rasa Island Wildlife Sanctuary
Getting around Palawan Island
To reach Palawan you need to drop down at Puerto Princesa International Airport or El Nido Airport. You can take advantage of the boat trips for moving around from one island to another. You can avail rental vans and cabs to explore. Aside to this you can also enjoy a ride in local jeepney or tricycles.
When to visit Palawan
Duration of rainy season in the Eastern part of Palawan is more than the other 3 sides of the islands. The rainy season begins in June and so it’s a perfect no during this time to visit. Early March is one of the best times to visit this place. For visiting the Puerto Princessa December is also a good time as during this period there is a celebration of the Immaculate Concepcion feast.
What to eat in Palawan
One Manalo Place
At this restaurant its must to taste Danggit Lamayo
Kinabuchs Bar & Grill
Want to taste Tamlok (A dish of worms), make sure to Kinabuchs Bar & Grill to taste it out.
La Terrasse Cafe
The taste of Honey Nougat served at this cafe will surely satisfy your taste buds
Where to stay in Palawan Island
At Palawan you will get hotels of various budgets and you can enjoy a comfortable stay at:
• Corto Del Mar Hotel
• One Manalo Place
• Arena Island Resort
• Kokosnuss garden Resort
• Dolce Vita Hotel
The Underground river at Palawan Island.