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Exploring Palawan

Exploring Palawan - Palawan Travel Guide

The Philippines is made up of seven thousand plus islands. All of them have got something different to offer for the tourist. There are certain islands that can be very lively for the party goers. There are also some that offer the nice quiet relaxation wants to be away from the urban lifestyle.

One of those islands that can offer you that laidback type of lifestyle, away from the hustling city life is the province of Palawan. Palawan is a huge province that offers a variety of attractions for tourist at different places in the province. There are great beaches, wildlife sanctuary and many other more.

One of the main places to visit at Palawan is the astounding beaches. Their beaches can rival those that are found in Boracay. The only difference in the beaches in Palawan is that they are less commercialized. The beaches of Palawan are the perfect get-away from the noisy urban life. In fact, you won’t be able to notice the time when you stay at their relaxing beaches.

Among the beaches that one can visit at Palawan is El Nido. El Nido is not a certain resort. It is a town found in Palawan that offers a quiet commune with nature. The palce still has the diverse ecosystems. In El Nido, the rainforests and mangroves are still lush. There are also great coral reefs to dive. El Nido also has the great white sand beach that can be compared to that of Boracay.

Aside from El Nido, the other notable resorts in Palawan are Club Noah, Dos Palmas and Amanpulo Resort. Amanpulo is said to be a beach that even Hollywood stars frequent to get away from the glitz and glamour.

Other notable place to visit at Palawan is the Calauit National Park. The park is a game reserve that was established by the Philippines former president. The president collected rare animals such as zebras and giraffes and had them live their. To visit the place you must first get a clearance from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

If you are not willing to get a permit there are still lots of opportunities to see the wildlife in Palawan. You may see the exotic marine life such as the giant clams, the whale sharks and the sea cows when you’re out exploring the sea.

Palawan is a great and mysterious place to visit. It will give you the chance to feel like you are living in a sanctuary. After partying at Boracay, maybe the next best thing to visit at the Philippines is Palawan.



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