Salakot Waterfalls is one of the most popular tourist spot located midway to Napsan about 50 meters from the road. Three layers of water falls plunge into the deep pools perfect for an afternoon bath after a hot ride in the sun. Salakot Waterfalls is one of the most spectacular falls in the Philippines. the waters themselves come down to form a pool that rivals any of the beaches in Puerto Princesa. While enjoying the sounds of the rushing waters of Salakot Waterfalls you can also take delight in the presence of some of the loveliest and rarest butterflies anywhere in the world. A must see tourist spot in Palawan, enjoy the rush of Continue reading
Puerto Princesa’s pride is easily the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River (or Underground River), a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. The 8.2-kilometer river, said to be the longest navigable underground river in the world, winds its way underneath a mountain range, through the St. Paul Underground River Cave, and then goes out into the South China Sea. The journey through the cave system alone is 24 kilometers long. The entire area where the Underground River is located is actually a national park and a model of biodiversity. More than 800 plant species, including almost 300 trees, 195 bird species, 30 mammals, 19 reptiles, and eight bat species call this area home.