Famous for its Underground River, located in Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park
Palawan truly made its way into being a household name for domestic travel. “The Land of Beautiful Safe Harbor,” once it was called for the island was a dock for merchant ships sailing in the old times.In current times, it takes on a new purpose as “The Land of Promise.”
Palawan is popularly known for being nature travelers’ sublime haven, providing refuge and oneness with the environment. It has been hailed as Philippines’ cleanest, greenest and most peaceful city. Adding up to that, Palawan has been named as the “Last Ecological Frontier” for its unique ecological balance. The locals (called as Palawenos) are also very serious about environmental protection and conservation, although being hospitable and warmhearted to tourists.
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