Palawan - the last ecological frontiers of the Philippines - is the largest province in the country and home to many splendid beaches, some stunning resorts, and to the Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Stretching from Mindoro to Borneo and lying between the South China Sea in the northwest and Sulu Sea in the southeast, Palawan is said to have unique flora and fauna - more similar to Borneo's than to the rest of the Philippines - and coral reefs and jungle covered mountains of incredible beauty. Indeed, it is in Palawan where endemic Philippine animals like the bearcat, mousedeer and Palaway peacock pheasant co-exist with some of Africa's wildlife species such as the giraffes, elands, zebras and gazelles.
Today easily reachable from Luzon, the island still remains pristine: a real paradise for nature and adventure lovers; in fact, some of South-East Asia best diving, snorkelling and jungle trekking can be done here.
The wrecks in Coron Town, the fantastic lakes of Coron Island, the stunning views of the Bacuit Archipelago, the countless beaches and reefs of Busuanga Island...there's enough beauty in Palawan to leave the traveller always wanting for more.
Palawan is a true pearl in our already rich portfolio of beautiful destinations, and one of the most beautiful spots to visit in the region - ask us to design a Palawan trip for you, and experience a virtually untouched tropical paradise.