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Palawan Travel - Philippines' Premier Voyage Experience

Palawan Travel Adventures

If you are dreaming for a remarkable escapade and thrilling adventure in Asia, then Palawan travel will be the best for you.

Known as the last frontier of the Philippines, Palawan is a province of 1,780 islands and islets offering the widest range of attractions and activities for travelers looking for tropical adventure.

Palawan is an island province in the west of the Philippines where you can explore hidden lagoons, underwater caves, limestone cliffs and hike through the green forests home to a highly diverse wildlife. Never to forget the province's world-famous diving spots with clear waters and extensive coral reefs hosting thousands of species of marine life.

Palawan is a province where every island has its own special adventure waiting for you to experience. Palawan travel and adventure offers a variety of excitement for every traveler. Here are lists of notable, scenic spots in Palawan perfect for all travelers

* Calauit Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary - a game reserve and wildlife sanctuary of exotic African animals and endangered prevalent animals of Palawan. This was initiated in response to the appeal of International Union for the Conservation of Nature to help save African wildlife. It is situated in Calauit Island in Busuanga.

* Coron Reefs, Coron Bay, Busuanga - seven lakes surrounded by stony limestone cliffs. A Coron reef in Northern Palawan is the jump-off point for numerous dive operators. The main dive sites are 12 World War II Japanese shipwrecks sunk last 1944, they range in depth from the surface to 40 meters. The Forbes Traveler Magazine's top ten best scuba sites in the world listed the aquatic views from sunken Japanese warships of Coron Island.

* Malampaya Sound Land and Seascape Protected Area - a vital ecological and economic zones serving as watershed and fishing ground located in the municipality of Taytay. It is also the habitat of Bottle-nosed and Irrawaddy dolphins.

* The UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which are the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park featuring huge limestone karsts landscape with an underground river and Tubbataha Reef Marine Park covering 332 square kilometers including the North and South Reefs. A unique example of an atoll reef with mass density of marine species; the North Islet serving as nesting site for birds and marine turtles. This site is a superb example of a pristine coral reef with spectacular 100 meters of perpendicular walls, extensive lagoons and two coral islands. Ursula Island is also a UNESCO World Heritage site which is a game refuge and bird sanctuary situated near the town of Brooke's Point in the south of Palawan and a migratory and wintering ground for shore birds and sea birds.

* El Nido Lagen Island and El Nido Miniloc Island are hotel resorts listed in the January 2008 issue of international magazine Travel + Leisure, published by American Express Co. as "conservation-minded places on a mission to protect the environment" Travel + Leisure's 20 Favorite Green Hotels in the world. The resorts are in the islands of Lagen and Miniloc active in reef and island conservation.

Palawan has two types of climate, the six months dry season and six months wet season. The southern part of the province is almost free from tropical depressions, thus its northern part experiences torrential rains every July and August. The perfect time for you to go in Palawan is every summer, considered as the province's peak season. Sea voyage is most favorable from March up to June where seas are calm.

The natural beauty of Palawan is an inviting force attracting thousands of visiting tourists annually, and because of the affluent tourism, hotels and restaurants are blooming businesses where tour packages are available making your travel in the province very astonishing. The province of Palawan continues to move forward in the position of being one of the world's top tourist's destinations. Palawan travel for you and for the whole family will surely capture every one's heart, with its natural charm and bursting colors exploded throughout the air, the water, and the land.


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