Underground River tour was at the top of our itinerary in Puerto Princesa, Palawan. Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is said to be the longest navigable subterranean river in the world. As I look back at the images we’ve captured, I’m reminded of the happy, albeit quite tiresome nature trip. Continue reading Underground River Tour – Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Crocodile Farm is the highlight of typical city tours in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, though it is not my favorite trip because I still find them quite scary. But the Crocodile Farm tour is quite educational and was surprising fun for children. The tour, worth 20 pesos per person, takes visitors through the process of breeding crocodiles.
Palawan is home to a host of crocodiles that roam in the wild. One crocodile even made the news after it swallowed a young girl who was playing near a swamp area. Puerto Princesa’s Crocodile farm facility, however, is solely for breeding crocodiles for commercial purposes. Continue reading Crocodile Encounter at the Crocodile Farm, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
We rave about the Underground River tours and the island hopping trip, but for me, the best part of our Puerto Princesa trip was Sabang Beach. Palawan boasts of many lovely beaches, including El Nido, which is some eight hours away by bus from Palawan’s capital city, Puerto Princesa. But if you want a fine-looking beach that’s only a few hours away from Puerto Princesa, then Sabang Beach is just perfect. Continue reading Puerto Princesa Palawan and Loving Sabang Beach