Deep is blue seas there’s a not so hidden treasure for tourism called Palawan island, Philippines. It would not be wrong to call it a form of a paradise since it has been rewarded the title of “world’s best island” not just once but for three years in a row. It has everything you would ask for to make your ideal vacation. Divine karst limestone geography, caves, jungles,  mountains, and known for its crystal clear water makes this place closest to perfection from step to step. Dive into rich Filipino culture and have an insight into this most authentic form of island life.

Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park

It is the world’s longest underground river which is navigable. Situated in the capital of Palawan – Puerto Princesa, an 8km underground Cabyugan river streaming through Saint Paul mountain. It is the most magnetic tourist attractions in Palawan. Paddle through the thrilling cave formation of limestone, it is a totally safe thrill to experience since well-experienced guides are provided to make your adventure secure.

Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park
Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park

Zipline across Sabang beach

Challenge your adrenaline rush by ziplining through the beach and ride 150 feet above the sea level having the staggering aerial view of the alluring sea and mountains. And don’t worry the zipline is relatively slow and provide all the precautions, so you can have a breath of relief without stressing and glide through the beach’s warming breeze.

Zipline across Sabang beach
Zipline across Sabang beach

Iwahig River

Tours begin past 8 pm and take you to the mesmerizing world of fireflies. Keep your camera, mobile phones, and recorders aside and behold the sights of hundreds of blinking fireflies illuminating the river, flitting from mangroves. The fireflies put a show for the tourists as the boats sail past the Iwahig River.

Iwahig River
Iwahig River

KaLui Restaurant

Fresh seafood is never a no from anyone, streets of downtown Puerto Princesa has an array of eateries offering local delicacies. KaLui is standing out from rest, showing Palawan style art in its ambiance and traditions – as you will experience exotic barefoot dine in with fresh catch seafood and homemade fruit shakes.

KaLui Restaurant
KaLui Restaurant

Cauayan Island Resort

Why stick to stereotypical resorts when you can stay in cottages over the ocean. Wake up to the sound of waves and sensual scent of tropical atmosphere, have eco-luxury experience at these overwater villas located in El Nido. It is best to relax after a day of exploring through the adventurous island.

Cauayan Island Resort
Cauayan Island Resort