The closest airport is Puerto Princesa’s International Airport, which is approximately 3.5 hours away. All major local airlines have flights to and from the city because of its status as a premier tourist destination.
Itaytay Beach, also known as Port Barton Beach, is the area where most accommodations and restaurants are located. Buses, vans, and jeeps make their final stop here as well. Everything you’ll need for your stay is within walking distance here. The options for accommodations are from homestays to resorts; however,
Puerto Princesa City is the capital and largest city in Palawan, a gem of a city in a province rife with natural beauty. One of the largest cities in the Philippines in terms of land area, Puerto Princesa is also large in pristine beaches, great food, and hospitable people. Combine
Like any holiday, a trip to Puerto Princesa will require a bit of planning, especially with the scheduling and budget. Puerto Princesa is a relatively affordable trip, and costs can further be cut if you get yourself discounted rates on flights and accommodations. The best time to travel to Puerto
While Palawan is separate from the rest of Luzon, it is still part of the region known as Southern Tagalog, and as such its cuisine has a lot in common with those of other Tagalog provinces. With two separate coasts facing vast bodies of water, Puerto Princesa is also known
Puerto Princesa is a city located in the island province of Palawan. As such, the primary options for getting there are via air and sea. If your destination is somewhere else in Palawan, chances are you’ll first stop by Puerto Princesa.
In Puerto Princesa, most hotels often partner with local travel agencies to provide in-house tour packages for their guests. While this is quite convenient, as every aspect of the tour will be taken care of, DIY-ing your way to a full Puerto Princesa experience is quite possible. The following are
Puerto Princesa is huge. It says a lot about the city’s size when it takes you a couple of hours of winding, mountainous roads, plus a half-hour boat ride, to get from the airport to the Subterranean River, and still be in Puerto Princesa.
Coron is a popular destination, which means you’ll have plenty of choices when it comes to accommodation. You might want to book in advance, especially during peak season (summer months from March to May). Whether you want to spend luxuriously or stay within a budget, Coron has a lot of
Coron and the towns of Culion and Busuanga provide tourists with distinct destinations that are beautiful in their own ways. If you just want to get to any place in town, a tricycle can take you for just about P10. If you plan to explore the different islands and Coron’s