The Underground River or St Paul Subterreanean River National Park in Puerto Princesa City Palawan Philippines is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site is a protected area of the Philippines located about 50 kilometres (30 mi) north of the city center of Puerto Princesa, Palawan. The national park is located in the Saint Paul Mountain Range on the northern coast of the island. The entrance to the subterranean river is a short hike from the town Sabang.They also found a cave dome measuring 300 m (980 ft) above the underground river, rock formations, large bats, a deep water hole in the river, more river channels, another deep cave, as well as marine creatures and more.On November 11, 2011, Puerto Princesa Underground River was provisionally chosen as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. This selection was officially confirmed on January 28, 2012.
Honda Bay :
Island hopping tour. Visit Cowrie island, Luli Island and Starfish Island.
See the crystal clear waters in Honda bay Islands. Enjoy Swimming and Snorkeling.
A community based Sustainable Tourism; A Gold PATA Awardee for ecotourism, operated by the Iwahig Community Ecotourism Association. Visitors will be enthralled by a fascinating sight of myriad colonies of fireflies illuminating the riverbanks of Iwahig River at night time. The presence of fireflies signify a healthy natural environment of a river ecosystem with pure unpolluted atmosphere wherein you can breathe the freshest air.
Puerto Princesa City is the capital of Palawan Philippines. Puerto Princesa City has become the premier tourist destination in the Philippines. Puerto Princesa City is part of Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, Palawan (MIMAROPA) Region IV and among the active players in the regional development. Its airport Puerto princesa city International Airport and seaport are among the important transport links in the Region.
It is considered one of the largest cities in the country with a land area of 253,982 hectares or 2,539.82 square kilometers stretching over 106 kilometers long with its narrowest breadth of 8.5 kilometers at Barangay Bahile. Apportioned to 66 barangays of which 35 are urban while 31 rural.
While large in size, only 1.8 percent of the area is inhabited and a forest cover of 151,405 hectares, believed to be the biggest in any city in the Philippines. Puerto Princesa is aptly referred to as the “Princess City in the Last Frontier” of the Philippines.