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    Posted July 3, 2014 by
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    What Makes Palawan a Paradise


    Away from the urban but not so far from the civilization. Palawan is not as much as inhabited like any other provinces in the Philippines due to its geographical condition. Bigger rocks formation covered with trees and shrubs that mostly can't be eaten by people. While its geographical settings could not be as good for the inhabitant, that's the most reason why Palawan could still be considered as paradise in the western Philippines.


    What's in Palawan?
    There are more to discover and enjoy the scenic bounty of the nature to this place. Crystal clear sea with so much interesting underground unspoiled coral reef and a lively different kinds of sea creatures. While along the beaches, there are a lot of world class accomodations and amenities where tourists love to experience.


    How to Get there?
    From the international airport in Manila then to Puerto Princesa the capital city, travel by air. From the city to any tourist spots in the province, lot of pump boats intended for tourists to roam or be fetched to a destination islet.


    What to be worried about?
    You don't have to worry about bad elements in the society since most of the tourist destinations are away from inhabitants. So locale and business establishements with their worker are easily monitored by authorities.


    What you are going to be worried about is the time you would be spending. You would be missing the great adventure what this place could give to you. Staying in Palawan for one week is not enough to enjoy half the adventures. Specially when bringing families or friends, two weeks to three weeks would be enough to experience the best of Palawan.

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