Palawan, undeniably one of the most beautiful islands in the Philippines, not just with its rich culture and history, but its beautiful islands and beaches. Both secluded and uninhabited, this is where you can find one of the clearest water in world, Linapacan Group of Islands. The remains of Japanese warships buried under the waters of Coron from World War 2, the 2nd longest underground river in the world, and one of the UNESCO Protected Reef - The Reef of Tubattaha.
Above are just some of the reasons why, see more as you read ahead.
The oldest confirmed modern human to have been found in the Philippines, was discovered in Palawan, his bones, which provide evidence of the existence of Home sapiens between 37,000 and 47,000 years ago, were discovered in the Tabon Caves in Quezon, Palawan Island in 1962.
Ille Cave in Dewil Valley
Ille Cave in Dewil Valley, where ancient tools were found which dated back more than 15,000 years ago, and the notable remains of tigers who roamed the island 9000-14000 years ago.
World War II Ship Wreckage in Coron
Important battle of the World War II were fought between American and Japanese forces around Coron Archipelago, the many ship wreckage that remains in many spots in the island of Coron is the most vivid remembrance of the war time era.
These wreckage that lies below the water of Palawan, serves as a home to many coral species, which attracts many kinds of marine life species that makes Coron as one of the top diving destinations for professional divers and diver enthusiast alike.
Underground River or the Subterranean River in Sabang
A UNESCO Site and the second longest Underground River in the World, is more than 15 miles (24 km) long with 5.1 miles (8.2 km) of the Cabayugan River being underground.
The cave features stalactites, stalagmites, and several large chambers as part of the underground adventure.
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Is in the tip of Palawan nearing Sulu and Borneo, an uncharted and ultimate bucket list for many travellers looking for unbeaten track.
Home to the most secluded islands and beaches in the Philippines that you can actually visit.
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The Reefs of Tubbataha
The reefs of Tubbataha, firmly protected for more than 30 years, are the pride of the Filipinos. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site,
The USS Guardian minesweeper ran aground on the Tubbataha Reef, a Unesco World Heritage Site, in January 2013. It caused damage to more than 2,345 sq m (25,240 sq ft) of coral. The US Government only paid almost 2 million Dollars for the damages, luckily not a permanent damages, but will take years to be replaced.
San Vicente Long Beach
The longest white sand beach in the Philippines and second in South East Asia. If this does not impressed you, then no beach will do.
Port Barton Palawan
A laid back small town in Palawan, with a lot of surprises. With its beautiful islands and white sand beaches, the chill vibe, is one for the road in your Palawan Travel Destinations.
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Linapacan Group of Islands
One of Palawan Hidden Gems, located between El Nido and Coron. Islands are mostly uninhabited and belong as one of the most secluded part of Palawan. With crystal clear water, untouched reefs, beautiful islands and white beaches, surely one of the Ultimate Destinations in Palawan.
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The Beautiful Beaches of El Nido
The most popular destination in Palawan, its not just accessible, it is getting easier to travel due to its increase direct flights from Manila and Cebu. Of course, it can be reach from Puerto Princesa Airport and a boat ride from Coron.
This is the ultimate destination to many travellers passing by Palawan, simply because of 3 Reasons,
Islands made of karst limestone from million of years ago, in combination with beautiful white sand beaches.
Melting pot of many culture, so wherever you are from, you will always find at home in this island.
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