Cauayan Resort Beach Escape
Palawan is the Philippines' most sparsely populated region, which makes it all the more fascinating and bewitching. The province is home to over 1700 islands and islets surrounded by coral, steep m...
Travel Dates: 13 May 2019 - 19 July 2019 (Subject to availability. Blackout dates may apply.)
Palawan is home to nature reserves on both land and sea, with dolphins just offshore, marine gardens of giant clams, sea turtles nesting on white sand beaches, 600 species of butterflies and lush tropics.
There's no easy decision choosing between El Nido and Coron. El Nido's unrivaled beauty rests on its massive limestone islands, bordered by powder-fine beaches, with cliffs jutting from translucent waters. It is also home to some of the most luxurious hotels and villas in the country. Coron boasts the best wreck diving spots in the world - barracuda-filled shipwrecks line the bottom of Coron Bay. Make sure to visit picture-perfect spots of Kayangan Lake and Barracuda Lake.
Puerto Princesa is home to the 8km long UNESCO Heritage site and one of the new 7 Wonders of the World - the Underground River. For 45 minutes, glide silently into the caves by canoe and take in spectacular sites of limestones, clear green water and old forests. Puerto Princesa Baywalk is best enjoyed watching the sky turn colors during sunset.
For food hunts, El Nido offers seafood by the beach. The nightlife is chill. The town sleeps early but there are a few good bars decked along the National Highway. Let your hair down and enjoy the sight of fire dancing along the shore.