Palawan Paradise, A Travel Escape

How will you enjoy your vacation in the Philippines? Pack your backpack and head to Palawan and you’ll have the travel escape you’ve been waiting for all your life.

Be captivated by Palawan’s islands, lakes, beaches, mangroves and rainforests. Unlike other popular tourist spots, it is a well-maintained land thanks to the efforts of the community and local government units.

For historical tours, check out the Palawan Heritage Center which opened in June of this year. It is a museum that showcases Palawan’s past and present art. Also check out Fort Cuyo built by the Spaniards for the Filipinos to protect the other people living in the country. Another fort worth visiting is Cagayancillo Fort, a refuge for the locals against bandits and looters in the early years. Ancient churches still stand there such as Cullion Cathedral and Immaculate Conception Church.

They are also good places for divers. Tubbataha Reef is the most popular destination for divers. It is located in underwater volcanoes. During the diving season, from March to June, the dive boats are booked in advance. Be entertained by all kinds of marine life such as fish, corals and giant turtles. If you’re lucky, a dolphin or two will play with you. Want a more challenging dive? Pack your things and head to Apo Reef. A tornado can swallow you if you are not careful. Other than that, it’s a lot of fun with all the surfers, surfers and surfers to make your day.

The Palawan paradise doesn’t end there. The beaches are heavenly with its blue waters and perfect white sand. The most famous private island is the Amanpulo Resort in Pamalican. This is a good hideout for celebrities, local and foreign. El Nido is one of the best of Palawan. Famous for its secluded white beaches and beautiful green springs, its beauty is breathtaking.

Wildlife sanctuaries are home to many species of animals and plants. One of these is the Calauit Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary. You don’t have to go to Africa to see exotic animals like giraffe, zebra and hippo. It is also home to mongoose, bear cat, peacock and more. Also, Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is a tourist attraction. A rich ecosystem combined with the river bottom gives it a perfect breeding ground of animals and plants.

This is Palawan. A paradise in the Philippines awaits you.

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