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Palawan has many adventures awaiting for you, from breathtaking white sandy beaches to incredible island hopping boat trips and world class diving and so much more . What are you waiting for? Welcome to paradise!

How to get to Palawan

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Air Juan Cebu Pacific Philippines Airline Airtrav Philippines

The best route from Manila or Cebu is to fly into Puerto Princesa, International.

Many Flights  are available to Puerto Princesa from Manila it takes about 1.5  hours non stop.

From Manila, Cebu, and Boracay

Price Per Person Staring at 1600 Pesos, book early for a better deal.

Manila Departure Puerto Princesa Arrival Puerto Princesa Departure Manial Arrival
7 pm Pier 4
Next Day 9:30 pm PTO.
PTO 2:30 am
Next Day 5 am Pier 4

Operates once a week sailing from Manila to Puerto Princesa and vice versa.

Price per person starting from 1300. pesos

Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park
Puerto Princesa City Baywalk sign

Puerto Princesa

Puerto Princesa is a coastal city on Palawan Island in the western Philippines. It’s a starting point for boat trips through the massive limestone caves and underground river of the biodiverse Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park. Home to long-nosed dolphins, turtles and rays.

Honda Bay Island Hopping

Honda Bay

Honda Bay is one of the most popular tourist attraction in Puerto Princesa well known for its white sandy beaches, wonderful landscapes and coral reef, home to abundant marine life.

This tropical paradise of Puerto Princesa, boasts a number of beautiful islands, islets, and sandbars that are commonly visited by tourists on a day trip.

These islands have various diving and snorkeling sites where you will experience the beauty of the marine ecosystem of Puerto Princesa.

Port Barton
Port Barton, Palawan

Port Barton

Port Barton is one of the lesser-known places that are worth seeing, it is a hidden paradise It’s less crowded than El Nido and it’s perfect to relax and chill out on White Beach.

San Vicente

San Vicente

San Vicente The “longest white beach in the Philippines,” the Long Beach of San Vicente is 14 kilometers of undeveloped shoreline, more than three times longer than Boracay’s White Beach. It now has its own airport inaugurated in May 2018..

There are two major settlements in the municipality: the Poblacion area and Port Barton. The Poblacion area lies on one end of Long Beach, which spans the coast of Barangays New Agutaya, San Isidro, and Alimangoan.

Port Barton, often mistaken as a separate town but is, in fact, just a barangay within San Vicente. The confusion stems from the fact that when locals say “San Vicente,” they usually refer to the town proper

Taytay Fort Isabel


TayTay known as “Estrella Del Norte” which means “The Star of the North” in English is one of Palawan’s oldest municipalities and was also the first ever capital city of the province.

With its accompanying pristine islands, it has become a popular choice for adventurous travelers who are looking for something off the beaten track that is less visited who appreciate and enjoy the remote location, natural beauty, and the relaxed, friendly atmosphere.

Big Lagoon El Nido

El Nido

El Nido is a Philippine municipality on Palawan island. It’s known for white sandy beaches, coral reefs and as the gateway to the Bacuit archipelago, a group of islands with steep karst cliffs. Miniloc Island is famed for the clear waters of its Small and Big lagoons.



Coron is best known for world-class World War II-era wreck diving, the island also offers limestone karst landscapes, beautiful beaches, crystal-clear freshwater lakes, and shallow-water coral reefs.

Coron Island is one of the islands that make up the Calamian archipelago. Its dramatic rock formations paired with the deep blue lagoon and barrier reef make Coron Island a true Instagram moment.

Onuk Island, Balabac


Balabac nestled at the southwestern and farthermost tip of Palawan is the Balabac group of islands

Balabac is a group of 36 islands, many of which are totally uninhabited. You’ll find white & pink sandy beaches, vibrantly colored coral, a diverse range of marine life and welcoming locals.

Balabac for tourists is off the beaten track you won’t find many other foreigners.

Brooke's Point

Brooke's Point

Brooke’s Point, officially the Municipality of Brooke’s Point, is a 1st class municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines. It is named after Sir James Brooke.

Brooke’s Point is situated at the southeastern side of the island of Palawan.



Dumaran covers the southern part of the Dumaran Island where the Poblacion is situated as well as a portion in mainland Palawan.

Dumaran, is one of the municipalities in the province of Palawan. The Municipality has 7 islands including the town center (this is definitely good for island hopping) and 16 barangays on the mainland. It is also a home of red-vented cockatoo locally known as “Katala” or “Kalabukay”, an endangered species of birds that was successfully preserved in the area.

Linapacan Beach


In October 2013, Daily News Dig published their list of the clearest waters in the world to swim in.
Linapacan Island, Palawan emerged at the top spot, overshadowing even the globally-famed Maldives and To Sua Ocean Trench in Samoa. It is said that the Linapacan waters are so clear that you can literally see even your toenails submerged deep in the waters!
Culion View


Is the second-largest island in the Calamianes Archipelago, a group of several hundred islands of varying size that are found roughly halfway between Palawan and Manila.

The island is the site of Culion Reservation, a therapeutic community founded in 1906 for the treatment of leprosy (Hansen’s disease). Rice and coconuts are grown on the island. Culion, the main settlement, is located on the northeastern coast.

Why Outdoor Adventure

Head for the white sandy beaches, make a beeline for many island hopping tours or soak up beach cafe culture in a friendly town. Diverse scenery and unique culture mean there is a wide range of distinct places to visit in Palawan

Here you will find out things that will assist you when visiting Palawan. 

What You Get

Voted for the fourth year in a row as the Worlds Best Island in 2020, by T&L magazine and in the top diving destinations in the world.

Palawan consists of 1,780 islands of pristine white beaches, dramatic rock formations, secret coves, and underground mysteries. An untamed land, a nature lover’s paradise, and an adventurer’s dream: 

Palawan certainly lives up to its image as the last frontier, what are you waiting for?

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