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La isla de Palawan está formada por más de 1200 islas e islotes Un paisaje increíble aguarda a los visitantes que se atreven a venir a este pequeño trocito de paraíso situado en el sudoeste de Filipinas. Hermosas playas de arena blanca de aguas cristalinas, montañas elevadas y densas junglas tropicales son solo algunos de los encantos que te esperan. Descubre otro de los grandes tesoros de la isla de Palawan con nuestro crucero de día completo bajo tierra mientras exploramos el río subterráneo.

Disfruta de la selva tropical y de las montañas por las que pasaremos en nuestro viaje de 2 horas desde Puerto Princesa hasta Sabang, al otro lado de la isla. Nada más llegar al puerto, unas lanchas motoras te trasladarán hasta las aguas tranquilas de la bahía de San Pablo. Saca montones de fotos en este hermoso lugar donde el mar azul se mezcla con colinas verdes y frondosas.

El río subterráneo abarca 8,2 kilómetros y está situado dentro del Parque Nacional del Río Subterráneo de Puerto Princesa (PPSRNP, por sus siglas en inglés). Desde este punto las barcas de goma te llevarán por el río y nuestros guías expertos compartirán sus conocimientos sobre la biodiversidad de este lugar del Mar de la China Meridional. Contempla las cavernas con forma de cúpula como las de las catedrales y sé testigo de cómo las estalagmitas surgen del agua. Todo ello crea una atmósfera inquietante como sacada de una película de Alfred Hitchcock. A medida que navegues por el río, no te asustes, pues vas a oir gritos que resuenan por todas partes —son los murciélagos que viven dentro de estas cavernas—. Antes de volver a Puerto Princesa, disfruta de una comida al aire libre en un complejo turístico costero en Sabang y relájate un poco más en el mar.

desde 48,87 €

La isla de Palawan, un emplazamiento natural increíble formado por más de 1200 islas e islotes, es un paraíso para los amantes de la naturaleza que ofrece playas hermosas, montañas majestuosas y bosques tropicales extraordinarios rebosantes de vida salvaje. Cuando quieras descansar de este paraíso natural puedes aprovechar nuestra excursión por Puerto Princesa, capital de la isla.

Comenzaremos nuestro viaje con un recorrido por la calle principal de Puerto Princesa, la Avenida Rizal, que conduce directamente al corazón comercial de la ciudad. El pequeño Parque Mendoza, que alberga el Museo Palawan, aparecerá a medida que avancemos. Este espacio público rinde homenaje a los soldados americanos caídos durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial y que perecieron a manos de los japoneses. El embarcadero de Santa Lourdes y la zona del puerto será lo siguiente de nuestra ruta. Desde aquí disfrutarás de una vista privilegiada del mar de Sulú y de la Bahía Honda, un maravilloso lugar de aguas azules cristalinas e islas que a veces consisten en un simple banco de arena.

A lo largo del camino realizaremos breves paradas en distintos lugares de la ciudad: el State College Museum, una granja de cocodrilos y un mercado. No obstante, hay dos paradas que requieren de una mención especial. Descubre un centro donde una organización local está llevando a cabo un ambicioso proyecto de moda que combina la fibra de la piña con la seda. A continuación, experimenta algo verdaderamente fuera de lo común: la Colonia Penal de Iwahig. Este intrigante poblado, conocido como la ''prisión sin muros'', sirve de hogar a los presos puestos en libertad por buen comportamiento, y es el lugar donde viven con sus familias y trabajan en una granja.

desde 13,24 €

Con nuestra excursión de día completo por Bahía Honda, el ir de isla en isla cobrará un significado completamente distinto para ti. Partiendo de Puerto Princesa, en la isla Palawan, accederemos a algunas hermosas islas que ofrecen oportunidades espectaculares para hacer esnórquel, nadar o tomar el sol.

La Bahía Honda, situada en pleno mar de Sulú, es un auténtico paraíso para los amantes de la playa. Los remotos bancos de arena deshabitados sobresalen del mar y te ofrecen una experiencia sin precedentes rodeado de aguas azules deslumbrantes. Empezaremos con una parada en la Tabuan Island o ''isla de las Estrellas de Mar''. Las aguas que bañan la costa de esta pequeña isla, que no es más que un pequeño banco de arena, están repletas de estrellas de mar. Túmbate en tu toalla, contempla el mar y disfruta de un almuerzo al aire libre en un entorno increíble. Otra de las paradas en nuestro itinerario es la isla de los Murciélagos, hogar de murciélagos que descansan aquí durante el día y vuelan por la noche hasta tierra firme en busca de alimento. Presencia la formación serpenteante que surge del mar cerca de la isla de las Serpientes. La Isla Pandan, otro trocito de cielo gestionado de manera privada por Legends Hotel Group, ofrece una asombrosa combinación de vegetación frondosa y paisajes de playa.

Al igual que en muchos lugares alrededor de Bahía Honda, la marea alta hace desaparecer estos islotes paradisíacos bajo las aguas. Antes de volver a Puerto Princesa descubre la isla Lulubog-Lilitaw o isla ''Lu-Li'', que se traduce literalmente como ''sube-baja''. Denominada así por el ritmo natural del mar, sus habitantes han construido sus casas sobre pilotes en este lugar idílico que les proporciona una playa de arena durante la marea baja y una masa de agua bajos sus pies durante la marea alta.

desde 35,63 €

Palawan Island, an impressive natural place comprised of over 1,200 islands and islets, is a nature lover’s paradise, offering beautiful beaches, majestic mountains and remarkable rainforests teeming with wildlife. When you want to take a rest from this natural paradise, why not take advantage of our tour to the island’s capital city Puerto Princesa.

Start out your journey by riding down Puerto Princesa’s main street Rizal Avenue, which goes right into the heart of the city’s commercial core. Mendoza Mini Park, which contains the local Palawan Museum, appears along the way. This public space pays homage to fallen American soldiers during World War II who perished at the hand of the Japanese. St. Lourdes Wharf and the Port Area follow next on our itinerary. Enjoy the privileged view of the Sula Sea from here as well as Honda Bay, a gorgeous place with crystal-blue waters and islands that sometimes consist of just a sliver of sand.

Brief stops are made along the way at different sites around the city: Crocodile farm, Butterfly Garden, Mitra's Ranch, Bakers Hill, Binuatan Creation, Plaza Cuartel, Immaculate Concepcion Church and Bay walk.

desde 9,8 €

Fireflies live in abundance amongst the mangroves and trees, which are perfectly situated along the banks of the Sicsican and Iwahig Rivers. This location is ideal as it is away from the light pollution experienced in the city.

Taking place just before dusk, this tour allows you to get closer to nature and, in particular, the dazzling and flickering insects known as "Fireflies" or "Lighting Bugs". Here you will have a buffet type dinner before going on to the river tour. You will transfer in to Paddle Boats, which will take you up a 10 meter wide stretch of the Mangrove perimeter. The River tour will last approximately 30-45 minutes.

desde 19,6 €

This Whole Day Tour takes you on a journey from Puerto Princesa to Sabang, stopping en route to view other natural attractions, such as Elephant Mountain.

Be amazed by spectacular stalagmites and stalactites in the 20 million years old to form with thousand bat populations and different wildlife that inhabit this cave. This UNESCO World Heritage site known as Puerto Princesa Underground River and declared One of the new 7 Wonders of Nature. It is known as the longest navigable underground river in the world.

A motorised Banka to the Entrance Beach, a beautiful forest area home to a number of endemic species, including a troop of naughty Monkey's and reptiles. The canoe tour into the Cave itself lasts approximately 45 minutes, and takes you into the first 1.5 kilometres of the Underground River Cave. Experience the beauty of Stalagmites and Stalactites, which took thousands of years to form, and the Swift and Bat populations that inhabit the cave.

desde 35,93 €

With our full-day tour of Honda Bay, island hopping will take on a completely different meaning to you. Starting from Puerto Princesa on Palawan Island, gain access to some breathtaking islands that offer spectacular opportunities for snorkeling, swimming and sunbathing.

Located in the middle of the Sula Sea, Honda Bay is an authentic beach-lovers’ paradise. Uninhabited, remote sandbars jut out from the sea and offer you an unprecedented experience surrounded by blindingly blue waters. Start with a stop at Tabuan or Starfish Island. Consisting only of a tiny sandbar, this small isle’s waters are filled with starfish that wash onto the shore. Lay down your towel, gaze out at the sea and enjoy a buffet lunch at Cowrie Island with Pristine White Beach surrounded by clear Aquamarine water.

Like many places around Honda Bay, high tide makes these paradisiacal islets disappear underwater. Before returning to Puerto Princesa, discover Lulubog-Lilitaw “LuLi” Island, which literally translates to “Rise-Fall”. Named after the sea’s natural rhythm, local residents have built houses on stilts in this idyllic place that gives them a sandy beach during low tide and a mass of water beneath their feet during high tide.

desde 24,49 €

El Nido is a Philippine municipality on Palawan Island. It’s known for its white-sand beaches, coral reefs and as the gateway to the Bacuit archipelago, a group of islands with steep karst cliffs. The Tour is composed of Lagoons and Beaches 5 major destinations including Small Lagoon, Big Lagoon, Secret Lagoon, Shimizu Beach and Seven Commando Beach.

Secret Lagoon - located in a small island reminiscent of the movie ""the Beach"" surrounded by limestone karst cliffs.
Shimizu Island - is an island with stunning limestone cliffs where swiftlet nest and produce the much sought after bird's nest soup, believed by Asians to have healing powers.
Small Lagoon - Located on the cove of Miniloc Island. As you enter a small swim through hole on board a kayak or swimming through, you will see the tranquil turquoise-green waters of Small Lagoon of its orchid-lined limestone walls, a showcase a kaleidoscope of marine life.
Big Lagoon - a visit to Big Lagoon is a running tour on board the outrigger boat, approaching the lagoon in the middle of karst limestone formations you are welcomed by water so clear and full of marine life. Big lagoon is a breeding ground for fishes and crustaceans.
Seven Commandos Beach: the final destination after a long day on tour. Seven Commandos is named after the 7 remaining Japanese commandos who lived in the island as stragglers after World War II. The island has a long white sandy beach lined with palms trees.

desde 19,6 €

El Nido is a Philippine municipality on Palawan Island. It’s known for its white-sand beaches, coral reefs and as the gateway to the Bacuit archipelago, a group of islands with steep karst cliffs. Discover the wonders of El Nido Caves and Coves with 5 major destinations including Pinagbuyutan Island, Pangulasian Island, Cudugnon Cave, Cathedral Cave and Snake Island.

Pinagbuyutan Island - soft powdery white sand comparable to the world's best beaches. The water is shallow for about a couple of meters from the shore and then a few meters away you will see a snorkeling area full of fishes. Get captivated by the emerald green color of the water and the phenomenal seascape fronting island.
Pangalusian Island - It has one of the widest stretches of powdery white beaches in El Nido, which is very ideal for sun bathing, sunset viewing, and other beach activities. The waters fronting the beach are clusters of coral reefs that make this area a good snorkeling and diving site.
Vigan and Snake Island - Located near Pangulasian Island, it is also referred to as "Snake Island", because of the fine natural sands pit (s-shaped sandbar) that "snakes" off its shores. The sands pit is clearly visible only when the tide is low. On both sides of the sands pit are shallow swimming areas. Climbing the hill of the nearby island provide a glimpse of an awe inspiring seascape and a bird's eye view of Bacuit Bay.
Cadugnon Point and Cave - It is an important anthropological site, where jewelry and pottery dating back to the Sung Dynasty (960-1279 BC) were yielded. The anthropologists believe that the cave dwellers were from Borneo, and travelled across the ancient land bridge that connected Palawan from Borneo. A small opening hidden among the rocks near the beach reveals a cathedral like cave inhabited by sea sparrows. Inside you’ll see spectacular rock formations and a way to climb a small limestone hill.
Pinasil Island and Cathedral Cave - The Island has a cathedral-like cavern accessible by dinghy and kayak. Its cool interior is lit at certain times of the day by sunlight coming through an opening at its peak. This is one of important sites for the busyadors or the birds' nest gatherers.

desde 21,23 €

El Nido is a Philippine municipality on Palawan island. It’s known for its white-sand beaches, coral reefs and as the gateway to the Bacuit archipelago, a group of islands with steep karst cliffs.

Discover the wonders of El Nido Hidden Beaches and Shines with 5 major destinations including Matinloc Shrine, Talisay Beach, Hidden Beach, Helicopter Island, and Secret Beach.

Dilumacad and Helicopter Island - This island has a beautiful white sand beach stretching to some 300 meters that is ideal for picnic lunches during island-hopping trips. There is an underwater tunnel at its northern side and a fringing reef on its southern end. The island is also called Helicopter Island because its limestone cliffs resemble that of a helicopter when it is viewed from a considerable distance.

Tapiutan Island - Further out of the bay facing the South China Sea, Tapiutan's rich marine life provides opportunities for scuba diving and snorkelling. One of the most striking islands in El Nido because of its shape and sheer limestone walls.

Matinloc Island - Matinloc Island, the longest slim island in El Nido, has a secret beach, which is a pocket of white sand beach at the corner of a sinkhole,that is inaccessible by boat and surrounded by steep rock walls. To reach it, divers must swim underwater through a narrow crevice in a rock wall. At noon, the sun streams in through the opening, allowing a play of light and shadow against its limestone walls.

Star Beach - Another fantastic snorkeling spot. Here your guides will prepare a sumptuous lunch by the beach while you discover the wonders and beauty of the coral reefs near this island.

Matinloc Shrine - Hidden among the lush forested island is the Matinloc Shrine (also known as Shrine of Our Lady of Matinloc and Shrine of the Blessed Virgin) a sacred monument built in 1982 to honor the blessed virgin mary.

desde 22,86 €

El Nido is a Philippine municipality on Palawan island. It’s known for its white-sand beaches, coral reefs and as the gateway to the Bacuit archipelago, a group of islands with steep karst cliffs.

Discover the wonders of El Nido Hidden Beaches and Shines with 5 major destinations including Matinloc Shrine, Talisay Beach, Hidden Beach, Helicopter Island, and Secret Beach.

Dilumacad and Helicopter Island - This island has a beautiful white sand beach stretching to some 300 meters that is ideal for picnic lunches during island-hopping trips. There is an underwater tunnel at its northern side and a fringing reef on its southern end. The island is also called Helicopter Island because its limestone cliffs resemble that of a helicopter when it is viewed from a considerable distance.

Tapiutan Island - Further out of the bay facing the South China Sea, Tapiutan's rich marine life provides opportunities for scuba diving and snorkelling. One of the most striking islands in El Nido because of its shape and sheer limestone walls.

Matinloc Island - Matinloc Island, the longest slim island in El Nido, has a secret beach, which is a pocket of white sand beach at the corner of a sinkhole,that is inaccessible by boat and surrounded by steep rock walls. To reach it, divers must swim underwater through a narrow crevice in a rock wall. At noon, the sun streams in through the opening, allowing a play of light and shadow against its limestone walls.

Star Beach - Another fantastic snorkeling spot. Here your guides will prepare a sumptuous lunch by the beach while you discover the wonders and beauty of the coral reefs near this island.

Matinloc Shrine - Hidden among the lush forested island is the Matinloc Shrine (also known as Shrine of Our Lady of Matinloc and Shrine of the Blessed Virgin) a sacred monument built in 1982 to honor the blessed virgin mary.

desde 19,6 €

Un tour obligatorio para todos los visitantes del Nido.
La bahía Bacuit es un lugar para relajarse y disfrutar de sus tesoros ocultos. Las calmadas aguas de sus lagunas de color verde turquesa y sus muros de piedra caliza bordeados de orquídeas muestran el caleidoscopio de la vida marina. Los científicos creen que en realidad las lagunas son el resultado del desmoronamiento de los techos de las cuevas que solían abundar en la isla.
El tour incluye la visita a cinco de las lagunas y playas más importantes de la zona: Small Lagoon, Big Lagoon, Secret Lagoon y las playas Shimizu y Seven Commando.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 2 días

desde 73,48 €

Descubre El Nido, un paraíso situado en la isla Palawan, conocido por sus playas de arenas blancas, sus arrecifes de coral y también por ser la principal entrada al archipiélago de Bacuit, formado por un grupo de islas repletas de empinados acantilados de roca caliza y relieve cárstico. Explora las maravillas de las cuevas y calas del Nido con cinco destinos principales: las islas Pinagbuyutan, Pangulasian y Snake y las cuevas Cudugnon y Catedral.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 2 días

desde 75,12 €

El Nido is a Philippine municipality on Palawan island. It’s known for its white-sand beaches, coral reefs and as the gateway to the Bacuit archipelago, a group of islands with steep karst cliffs.

El Nido Tour C - discover the wonders of El Nido Hidden Beaches and Shines with 5 major destinations including Matinloc Shrine, Talisay Beach, Hidden Beach, Helicopter Island, and Secret Beach.

Dilumacad and Helicopter Island - This island has a beautiful white sand beach stretching to some 300 meters that is ideal for picnic lunches during island-hopping trips. There is an underwater tunnel at its northern side and a fringing reef on its southern end. The island is also called Helicopter Island because its limestone cliffs resemble that of a helicopter when it is viewed from a considerable distance.

Tapiutan Island - Further out of the bay facing the South China Sea, Tapiutan's rich marine life provides opportunities for scuba diving and snorkelling. One of the most striking islands in El Nido because of its shape and sheer limestone walls.

Matinloc Island - Matinloc Island, the longest slim island in El Nido, has a secret beach, which is a pocket of white sand beach at the corner of a sinkhole,that is inaccessible by boat and surrounded by steep rock walls. To reach it, divers must swim underwater through a narrow crevice in a rock wall. At noon, the sun streams in through the opening, allowing a play of light and shadow against its limestone walls.

Star Beach - Another fantastic snorkeling spot. Here your guides will prepare a sumptuous lunch by the beach while you discover the wonders and beauty of the coral reefs near this island.

Matinloc Shrine - Hidden among the lush forested island is the Matinloc Shrine (also known as Shrine of Our Lady of Matinloc and Shrine of the Blessed Virgin) a sacred monument built in 1982 to honor the blessed virgin mary.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 2 días

desde 76,75 €

Descubre El Nido, un paraíso situado en la isla Palawan, conocido por sus playas de arenas blancas, sus arrecifes de coral y también por ser la principal entrada al archipiélago de Bacuit, formado por un grupo de islas repletas de empinados acantilados de roca caliza y relieve cárstico. Explora las maravillas de las playas escondidas del Nido con cinco destinos principales: Santuario de Matinloc, playa Talisay, playa Hidden, la isla Helicóptero y la playa Secret.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 2 días

desde 73,48 €

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