Known to be the last ecological edge, the island of Palawan provides lush jungles, pristine beaches, hidden caves, picturesque scenery, subversive mystery and world-class diving spots. Jacques Cousteau has said that Palawan is the most stunning place he ever visited. This province, the 2nd biggest in the Philippines, is the home of unspoiled reef of coral with wide spread of marine metropolis just waiting to be discovered.
This region highlights the diving spots in Coron Island and Tubbataha Reef. The Coron Island features shipwrecks teeming with marine life and Tubbataha reef is rich with large school of marine creatures. Tubbataha reef can be reached by a short liveaboard trip from Puerto Princesa. Diving is available year round but the best time to dive is from October to May, when the ocean is in a calm state.
Palawan is an island with many mountains. The mountainous physique of the region makes a perfect place for hiking and nature exploration. Due to the history and geography of Palawan, the locals are friendly, interesting and are proficient seafarers.