Famous Tourist Spots in Palawan
Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park
The Puerto Princesa Underground River was a finalist in the new 7 Wonders of Nature. It is the longest underground river in the world that can be navigated and appreciated by visitors. The area is also a habitat for many ecosystems.
This atoll coral reef located in the Sulu Sea is home to several marine creatures including fishes and turtles and was nominated as one of the new 7 Wonders of Nature. It had been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993 and have been closely protected by the Philippine’s Department of National Defense.
El Nido Marine Reserve Park
Home to diverse species of fishes, corals, and other marine creatures, El Nido attracts tourists who want to witness the beauty of life under the sea. Several smaller islands form the group, most remarkably the Islands of Miniloc and Lagen.
Coron Reefs (Coron Bay, Busuanga)
Coron is best known as a jump-off point to many diving spots ideal for both beginners and advanced scuba divers. The most famous diving spots are the 12 shipwrecks sunk during the World War II. These are Japanese ships attacked by the US Navy during the war in 1944.
Calauit Wildlife Sanctuary (Calauit Island, Busuanga)
This sanctuary is home to several endangered animals of Palawan as well as exotic animals of Africa.
Malampaya Sound Land and Seascape Protected Area (Taytay)
This watershed is home to many Bottle-nosed and Irrawaddy dolphins.
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