It’s 2017. You’ve worked hard all of year 2016. Don’t you think it’s time for that much-awaited, long-planned vacay? So pack your bags and go off to Puerto Princesa. A short jaunt with someone special to the tropical paradise of Palawan should be just what you need to rejuvenate and refresh you for the year ahead.
This tour package will have everything arranged for a hassle-free time in Puerto Princesa, so all you’ll need to do is to get to Puerto Princesa with your bags, your camera (for those wonderful selfies) and some great company. The tour includes both accommodation and round-trip airport transfers to such accommodation, so you won’t have to waste time looking for a place to stay.
To make the most of your time in Palawan (not to mention your air fare), you should pair this “Tara Sa Puerto Princesa Tour Package” with the El Nido 3D2N Barkada Tour Package. Puerto Princesa, after all, is the jump-off point for a tour of El Nido. Since you’re already there, it makes perfect sense to go on an El Nido island-hopping adventure.
This Puerto Princesa tour package is inclusive of a City Tour (with a light snack) and an Underground River Tour (with lunch). Both tours come with a licensed tour guide. The permits and entrance fees will already have been taken care of. This is particularly important when it comes to the Underground River Tour, where the daily volume of tourists is regulated. Some tourists go on a DIY Puerto Princesa tour with some vague plan of visiting the Underground River, only to come home disappointed because they could not secure the required permits on time.
The Puerto Princesa Underground River
The Puerto Princesa Underground River is 8.2 kilometers long, reputed to be the world’s longest underground river. It winds through a cave before emptying out to the West Philippine Sea. It is easily navigable on a small boat from end to end.
The Puerto Princesa City Tour
A City Tour of Puerto Princesa typically takes up half a day and usually includes a visit to the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center (where crocodiles are the main attraction), Baker’s Hill (where pastries and delicacies rule), and Mitra’s Ranch (for that scenic view). A city tour may be extended to other scenic sites (depending on the amount of time still remaining after visiting the places in the tour itinerary) like the Puerto Princesa Baywalk, the Immaculate Concepcion Cathedral and the Plaza Cuartel.