Palawan Philippines : the Treasure Trove

Palawan,Philippines is like a treasure trove. Here lies the multitudes of the beauty this country can offer.

What’s best in Palawan, Philippines ?

First, let me take you to its best resorts. Nothing beats the elegance and beauty of El Nido Resorts in many areas in Palawan. Here you can rest your feet with their highest class of amenities and beautiful sceneries.

Not to be outdone are the Sheridan Beach Resort and Spa, Cadlao Resort, Daluyon Mountain and Beach Resort, and many other world-class resorts.

Palawan, Philippines is home to the best underground river found in Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park. The river stretches to the long cave that you can marble at though a small boat. Not to be outdone is the long stretch of beautiful white sand beaches in Sabang, Cabayugan, Honda Bay, Busuanga Island, Coron Island and many more.

If you’re tired of beaches, you can try to observe and visit the wildlife parks and jungles here, too. Try to visit Barangay Sabang in Cabayugan to experience its little but lively jungle or visit the Calauit Safari Park in Busuanga, Palawan. You can also go on a little farther to Calamian Islands where you can see some of the most endangered African animal species and even the most world-renowned but rare and real tamaraws. Note that this animal can only be found here in Palawan, Philippines, its origin.

If you’re longing for hot springs to soothe your tired feet and body, then head to Coron island. And one of the best hot springs there is is the Maquinit.

If caving is your thing, then you can visit the Palawan island, the biggest island in Palawan. Here lie the many caves you can see, some can even be accessed through a small boat.

Want to savor a rich, creamy, and delicious halo-halo? Try the halo-halo at Noki Nocs Savory House, or if you’re an adventure type of a person, test your guts with Tamilok, a wood worm that tastes like an oyster, at Kinabuch’s Bar & Grill or its crocodile sisig, which is made of course from pure crocodile meat. Or if you’re into sweets, you can try the best hopia at Baker’s Hill. But the touted to be the best dessert in Palawan, or maybe even in the world, is the Honey Nougat at La Terrasse Restaurant Cafe.

What more can you ask for in Palawan, Philippines?

Palawan Philippine Treasure Trove

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