Visit the largest tropical haven of Palawan as Cadlao Island bursts out your hysteria. This eye-popping view of the island showcases stifling forests and dainty lagoons. Cadlao Island occupies 1,006 hectares of Palawan’s mainland. This biggest island offers perfect scenery for rest and short time vacation. Cadlao Island is best for diving and kayaking. These white beaches of Cadlao are also ideal for swimming and snorkeling. In fact, diverse sea creatures are thriving near the shoreline. Guests can take a boat ride to explore the different species of aquatic life. Cadlao Island peaks at 1,998 feet above sea level. Thus, it is a suitable site for hilltop climbing and bird viewing. The thick shrubs and tropical trees serve as habitat for several faunas. Mountaineers can take a break and explore the amazing view uphill. You can carry Continue reading
Matinloc Island has two prominent beaches in El Nido. The Kulasa and Star beaches urge you to experience a dream-like escapade to the white powdery sands of Matinloc Island. The Star Beach is considered as one of the exceptional resorts of Bacuit Bay. This dazzling white beach is perfect for diving, swimming and snorkeling. The crystalline blue water is copious in vibrant corals and other sea anemones. Gutsy divers find Star Beach as the leading spot for camerawork.
The fine-looking white beaches of El Nido offer exciting treats for everybody. Shimizu party beach is named after a Japanese diver who died in the island. The awesome limestone karst creates a lovely backdrop in the beach. Shimizu’s white powdery sand is best for family outings, group picnics and sunbathing. Beat the heat as you can take an up-close portrait of the vibrant coral reefs along the shoreline. The teeming marine life is something to marvel at, and it makes it easy to lose track of time. Take your cameras and seize the moment. The crystal water of Shimizu is also perfect for snorkeling, kayaking and scuba diving.
Tapiutan Island is the most remote island in the Bacuit Archipelago near El Nido, located in the South China sea parallel with Matinloc Island. The pass between the two isles is narrow and etched with towering cliffs, which gives people passing through it a special and mysterious feeling. It faces the open sea and smaller boats have trouble reaching it. There are several beaches on the western side of the island facing the wide open sea. Further out of the bay, Tapiutan’s rich marine life provides for excellent scuba diving and snorkeling. Tapiutan Island is also home to the one of the best beaches in the entire El Nido – Star Beach. The beach is a twin beach, meaning one part is pristine white sand for swimming and sunbathing and other is rich in corals and perfect for scuba diving and snorkeling. The corals are colorful and beautiful and fish diverse. The most interesting are Continue reading
Pasandigan Beach is a small strip of white glittering sands is best for picnic lunch and shallow swimming and snorkeling. Pasandigan Beach is thickly settling with green trees and shrubs in El Nido. Guests can relax and take a souvenir shot of the place. Pasandigan Beach also has mini huts and a portalet for public use. Guests can enjoy paddling your boats and get to swim through the blue crystal-like waters of Bacuit Bay, Palawan. Please be notified that guests are required to wear a safety vest at all times. Be cautious of the important reminders about marine and wildlife preservation.
The Paradise Beach is one of the sublime attractions of Cadlao Island, El Nido, Palawan. This white powdery beach has coconut trees and limestone cliffs. Paradise beach is the desired spot for outdoor picnics. Guests can also immerse under the heat of the sun and enjoy sunbathing. Paradise Beach is an excellent place for swimming. Travellers might also revel in midnight camping. The affluence in marine ecosystem entraps guests to snorkel and dive along the bay. Paradise Beach has a hidden cove sheltering with numerous trees. This secret cave draws interest from all guests and travellers onboard. The tropical setting of the place entices you to spend your day breaks in Paradise Beach.
The Manunggul Jar and the Maitum Jars point to the fact that early man in the Philippines believed in some form of afterlife. These elaborately designed secondary burial jars are also a testament to the artistic skill of the early Filipino. The cultural treasure found in the early 1960’s in Manunggul Cave, Lipuun Point, Palawan is a secondary burial jar. The upper portion of the jar, as well as the cover is incised with curvilinear scroll designs and painted with natural iron or hematite. On top of the jar cover or lid is a boat with two human figures representing two souls on a voyage to the afterlife. The boatman is seated behind a figure whose hands are crossed on the chest. The position of the hands is a traditional Continue reading
Located in the midst of majestic cliffs, a two and a half meters wide hole connects two beautiful lagoons in Coron, Palawan. During high tide, it is an exciting adventure to swim through the hole; During low tide the hole can be seen and is easier to swim through. Known as Twin Lagoons, the first lagoon is where the boats dock, while the second lagoon is hidden, the only access of which is a small crevice underneath the rock, or during high tide, a ladder over the rock. One may notice that the waters in the twin lagoons may sometimes be blurry, this is caused by the meeting of the salt water and fresh water. The temperature of the waters in the Twin Lagoons also alternates between warm and Continue reading
Delight your taste buds with Singapore Cuisine with must try few famous and authentic dishes from Singapore in combination with Peranakan (Singapore and Malay Mix). This restaurant is the only Singapore taste in Puerto Princesa where you can crave for our chili carb, sambal prawn, laksa noodles, satay with side dish of cucumber and dip into sweet peanut sauce, cereal prawn, chicken curry, and fish head curry, chicken rice, Kaya toast, etc. They have variety of choices of flavorful Asian cuisine such as Chinese dumplings, Hong Kong chicken, Thailand Tom Yam soup and definitely Filipino dishes. Also enjoy for our mouth watery continental cuisine and international desserts. Singapore Restaurant’s menu includes items Continue reading
Decalve Marine Park is located in Coron, Palawan. The sanctuary encompasses three marine habitats featuring mangrove-lined coastal fringes and extensive seabed of coral reefs and seagrass. The protected area includes the Sangat Island Coral Garden and the Sangat Gunboat Wreck, where visitors can snorkel amidst a submerged Japanese World War II boat and view the abundant marine life that inhabit the wreck.