Palawan is the western most province of the Philippines, the one with the largest land area and with probably the most pristine natural environment away from its settlements. It lies between the south China sea to the northwest and Sulu sea to the southeast. the indigenous flora and fauna of Palawan are somewhat different from the rest of the country. Unspoiled sugar- white beaches and world class scuba diving draw travellers from around the world to this far- flung island in the Philippines. Limestone rock formation add to the stunning picture.
These outwardly shapes rise out of turquoise sea to create unbelievable sea scapes it’s a bird’s watchers paradise, with more than 600 species of birds that call the island home. Visitors can also navigate one of the world’s longest subterranean river the Puerto princesa underground river, while exploring the island. Caron island has an imporing , mysterious skyline that wouldn’t be out of place in a king kong film.you can see fortress like jungle- clad interior is largely inaccessible terrain pick marked with lakes. Palawan is an amazing destination for adrenaline junkies. In El Nido it maxes out with cliff – diving from the Karst tower of Bacuit Bay. Waterfalls – there are literally thousands thunder out of mainland. Palawan’s jagged peaks into crisp emerald green pools. You can also commune with fire flies on the Iwahig River in Palawan.
Numerous small island and scattered in the bay. Includes Arrcife island which is home to an upscale resort . Cayo is the oldest town in Palawan which has a culture of its own and was preserved for more than 350 years . Ramblon has many tourists places like St. Joseph cathedral and Belfry, Fuente de Belen, Bishop’s palace, Marble Beach Resort etc. Palawan’s picturesque beauty will mesmerize you.
I am sure that the beauty of Palawan will steal your heart and you want to visit there again and again.