Palawan is one of the best islands in the Philippines. Despite its rapid commercialization, a visit to this destination still has that ‘frontier’ feel whenever you go on an island hopping tour. Whether you want to lay on the bone-white and powdery sand beaches, swim with different kinds of fish,
A favorable combination of urban and nature setting, Puerto Princesa is a real treat for those who desire a relaxing vacation yet still enjoy the comfort and convenience a city can offer. It really serves visitors the best of both worlds.
Palawan has been hailed by Conde Nast Magazine as the #1 island in the world. With its beautiful, long white-sand beaches, coral reefs, limestone cliffs, and pristine blue waters, El Nido is definitely one of the reasons why Palawan became famous worldwide.
Did you plan a trip with a group of friends? Then when the date of the trip nears, you find yourself traveling on your own? This scenario is all too familiar for some of us; we then go through the process of thinking about pushing through or not going at
The scenario is you’re traveling to the Philippines and you only have two weeks to spare before heading elsewhere. You do a quick search online and see all these beautiful beaches with picturesque sunsets, cerulean waters, and thriving underwater ecosystems. It’s difficult to plan just two weeks to visit all
Picture traveling to a country of more than 7,000 tourist-worthy islands with less than 20 days to explore and but a backpack to carry your belongings. It usually causes preoccupation—the short period of time, the cramped space of your bag, the general brevity of things amid the possibilities of a
Globe Studios has just released a video of their newest celebrity ambassador Solenn Heussaff exploring Palawan, which was once again hailed the World’s Most Beautiful Island by several international publications.
By now, almost everyone is aware of Palawan’s unparalleled beauty. With all the adulating publicity that went out in its favor—it landed first on CNN’s list of the best islands in the Philippines, became a pit stop on The Amazing Race, and got minutes of screen time in The Bourne
Four weeks, four destinations, and a whole lot of adventures. This pretty much sums up Anna Huss’ monthlong escapade in the Philippines. She, together with a couple of companions, visited Davao, Palawan, Cebu, and Manila, where they delved into rural and urban explorations new to their field of experience. First
Coron is a many-splendored place. It is a celebrated dive site, a haven of picture-perfect beaches, a goldmine of natural wonders. Because of this, many have fallen in love with Coron. While a lot have documented their experiences in this first-class municipality in Palawan, only a few have hinted it