More about Small Lagoon here: El Nido, Palawan: Big and Small Lagoons Miniloc Island’s Small Lagoon is just one of the many unbelievably beautiful lagoons in El Nido, Palawan. Usually the first stop of El Nido Island Hopping Tour A, this lagoon is surely a good place to kick-start this
More about Payong-Payong Beach here: El Nido, Palawan: Payong-Payong Beach of Miniloc Island Payong-Payong Beach is one of the popular white-sand beaches on Miniloc Island. Here, you can either get the thrill of swimming amidst the strong waves or just savor the chill vibe of splashing around gentle waves. Payong-Payong
More about Secret Lagoon here: El Nido, Palawan: Secret Lagoon of Miniloc Island Miniloc Island’s Secret Lagoon (also Hidden Lagoon) is actually an open secret, and a very popular one at that. Concealed behind the towering karst cliffs, the Secret Lagoon seems like a precious masterpiece that the dark limestone
More detailed travel guide here: Coron Budget Travel Guide Twin Lagoon is that place that you would not want to miss when you visit Coron. The place leaves people wondering if this paradise is real, stunning them with its unspoiled beauty. The name itself promises revelers and sun chasers that
More about Black Island here: Busuanga, Palawan: Black Island Malajon Island, commonly known among locals and tourists as Black Island, is located northwest of Busuanga Island, the largest in the Calamian Group of Islands in Palawan. From afar, it looks menacing because of the dark massive karst cliffs nestled at
More detailed travel guide here: Coron Budget Travel Guide Barracuda Lake is another lake in Coron Island that is open to the public; the other one is Kayangan Lake. The lake was named such due to the discovery of a large barracuda fish skeleton in the depths of its waters.
More detailed travel guide here: Coron Budget Travel Guide One of the best natural treasures of Palawan, if not the entire Philippine archipelago, is Kayangan Lake. Maintained by the local Tagbanua tribe, it is not surprising that Kayangan Lake is often dubbed as “the cleanest lake in the Philippines”. Even
More detailed travel guide here: Coron Budget Travel Guide Coron Island, being the third biggest in the Calamian group of islands in Palawan, is teeming with natural wonders — both underwater and on the surface — that enchant tourists. Banul Beach is situated in the northwestern part of Coron Island.
Coron in Palawan covers the eastern half of Busuanga Island, the whole of Coron Island, and around 50 other minor islets. Fishing, mining, and rattan-weaving used to be the main industries and source of income, but tourism has gained the upper hand in the municipality’s economic growth. People flock Coron
The lakes, lagoons, beaches, and underwater ecosystem of Coron and El Nido catapulted them atop must-visit lists of both local and foreign tourists alike. However, there are still plenty of destinations in the province of Palawan that are worth discovering and exploring, one of which is Linapacan Island. It has