Aside from the famous Underground River tour, you may avail this half day city tour that we experienced during our stay in Puerto Princesa. We went to different places that obviously we really enjoyed. Like the Baywalk, Butterfly Garden , Crocodile farm, Kuyba Almonica, Mitra's Ranch , Baker's Hill .
It is suitable for couples who travel in a simple way and tourists who like quiet and love diving. There are few people in the fishing village, and the villagers are simple and honest. Except for people who ask you if you can't go to sea, those with lower prices should be considered carefully. It is recommended to book the boat at the hotel. There is only one person on board, and the captain will prepare all kinds of seafood you like. A few resorts are also very good, the price is low, the environment is good, the hot water is already very luxurious, generally there is no, there are already Chinese hotels there, welcome people who like quiet and diving. (For the sake of safety, it is reminded that the diving tourists need to have a license and two people. If snorkeling, there is no problem. This large fish pond is all contracted by you. The beautiful fish and corals are within your reach, I I am afraid of stepping on it without wearing shoes, but dare to float. It’s so cool.)
If you book a hotel on the island, there will be a free pick-up service; you can also apply for a day trip group. There is only one hotel on the island, Dos Palmas (search the official website by hotel name), with about 70 rooms, all of which are villa rooms. The villas are lined up along one side of the island, and the rest of the island maintains its original ecology, with jungles everywhere. After going to the island, I was basically isolated from the world. Wifi is only available in the reception center in the middle of the island. In order to save power, the guest rooms will have water and power outages for one hour each morning and afternoon. Here, finally put down the phone, the Spring Festival grabbing red envelopes came to an end. It's quiet and far away, as if to the horizon. Lie down on the beach, my subconsciousness finally distanced myself from the prosperous modern society and the developed network telecommunications, and my brain became blank. The biggest activity on the island is water sports. If you are a good boater, you can sail around the island in a rubber boat. The sea around the island is very shallow, and even many times, we have to jump into the water to push a stranded boat. As we gradually slid the boat farther and farther from the shore, there was not a trace of panic or timidity in our hearts, because the water became clearer and clearer, and the wonderful scene was more and more visible. Flying fish in groups of three to five lined up across the sea, just like the smashing we played when we were young. There are even a few flying fish almost reaching my face. You can only use your eyes to record this moment. The world is really wonderful! Every hour on the island, there is a boat carrying tourists to snorkel in the floating pavilion in the sea. Going to the islands still has to be able to swim to have more fun. As long as you overcome your fear of water, put on a life jacket, put on a snorkeling mask, and dive your head into the water, you can see a world in the water. I went to several snorkeling places in Puerto Princesa. The corals and rocks around this island are the most abundant, like an underwater palace. I hope I can take some beautiful pictures with a waterproof camera next time. There are not many choices of food on the island, only in the hotel restaurant. The dinner buffet also includes breakfast. It looks like 100RMB per person, which is also very affordable. On New Year’s night, the hotel changed a red tablecloth and hung a small lantern. There was also a singing and dancing party and grand fireworks.
Puerto Princesa is the capital of Palawan Province, the largest province in the Philippines. It is located in the central part of Palawan Province, bordering the South China Sea to the west, the Sulu Sea to the east, and 306 nautical miles from Manila to the northeast. Beautiful beaches by the sea