This is the most populous beach on the island but where you will find ample opportunities for boating and other water sports.
The wrecks are at varied depths that are suitable for both deep water scuba divers and shallow water snorkeling, best diving sites in the world.
It is an active stratovolcano with an elevation of more than 2,400 meters. It has a perfect cone peak, enjoy the volcano by viewing it from the ground.
It holds the record for the island with most number of volcanoes in the world, there is more to this small Philippine province than its volcanic riches.
It features more than 1,200 small mountains that emerged above the ground over several centuries. The area was once under the ocean.
The boat tours take you to experience the majestic five-mile river that runs below ground.
The hanging coffins, are suspended from the cliffs of the Echo Valley. These ceremonial burials were reserved for the wealthy tribesmen.
One of the most popular island-hopping tours is to the Caramoan Islands, you can snorkeling, swimming, sightseeing, and dining on local food.
Huma Island is a heavenly refuge full of indulgence and adventure. Majestically cradled in the stunning turquoise waters of Palawan.
Some of these terraces are more than 2,000 years old and represent a common form of farming. The stacked terraces are carved by hand.
The relics left behind from these battles include secret tunnels and bunkers used as hideouts during the war, weapons, barracks, historical artifacts.
The Pagsanjan Falls waterfall is part of the Pagsanjan Gorge National Park. Along the falls will take you upstream through tropical landscapes.