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Top 2 Attractions in Palawan

  • Puerto Princesa Cave River thumbnail
    The river by the cave's entrance.
    Puerto Princesa Underground River National Park is located approximately 50 km north of Puerto Princesa, in the province of Palawan in the Philippines, in the St. Paul mountain range on the northern coast of the island. The park has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since December 4, 19991, and was also classified as a Ramsar site since June 30, 2012. To the north lies St. Paul Bay, to the east the Babuyan River ...

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  • Tubbataha Reef thumbnail
    The Tubbataha Reef coral reef.
    Tubbataha Reef is a coral reef atoll located in the Sulu Sea at about 180 kilometers from the city of Puerto Princesa, in the province of Palawan, Philippines. It is a protected marine sanctuary called the Tubbataha Reef Marine Park, established on 11 August 1988. Originally measuring 332 km2, Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo increased the protected area by 200% in 2006 to 968.24 km2. Added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in December 1993, the Park is under the protection of the Philippine Department of National Defence and the technical supervision of the Palawan Sustainable Development Board and the Department of Environmental and Natural Resources ...

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  • * Regular pre-pandemic touristic activity level.

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