Thursday, June 7, 2012

What to do in Palawan

Palawan is such a great place to refresh , oh well.. im just basing it as what I have seen on T.V and photos only.
I'm actually planning to go there next year and because of too much excitement, I already did some research on what to do there aside from soaking myself in the beach. I landed on a certain website and found a list. 

So for all of you who is also planning to go to Palawan. I'll share to you some info's about their activities. I just researched it on the Internet. So i can't answer you the very little details you might want to know.

The subterranean river or also known as the underground river is one of the new 7 Wonders of the World. It is the longest navigable underground river in the world. It was once also known as the St. Paul underground river. 
Its main focus is 8.2 km. long underground river that flows beneath a spectacular limestone formation before directly emptying into the sea.
because there is a limit of visitors daily in order to control the human footprint on the caverns which is also a Unesco World Heritage site.
here's another related article:
You can check the booking schedule at the official Underground River Office click link below:

Honda Bay is considered as one of the Philippine's premiere tourist destinations. It is where you can find the most exclusive resorts in the country. With its crystal white sand beaches, impressive landscape, fishing villages and rainforests, it is a great destination of adventurers and nature lovers.

Honda Bay is located just a few minutes from the Puerto Princessa city.Honda bay boasts white sand, the absolutely untouched beach fringes and an amazing shore featuring unbelievably clear water.

Tubbataha Reef is coral reef which is located in the Sulu Sea of the Philippines. It is a marine sanctuary protected as Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park. It is nominated at the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Tubbataha is the Philippines' only marine natural Park and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a place being preserved for generations to come.

The word "tubbataha" is a combination of two Samal words which means "a long reef exposed at low tide". There are over 1000 species inhabit in the reef; many are already considered as endangered. The animal species that can be found include manta rays, lionfish, tortoise, clownfish, and sharks. Tubbataha Reef is a marine sanctuary having a reef of enormous size.

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  1. Underground river as 1 of the New 7 Wonders of the World is enough to explain why Palawan is a very nice place to visit :D

  2. If you're up for extreme underwater adventure, you may also try tech diving in Coron. The site is famous for having many japanese ship wrecks :)