It is a  fun place for those who wish to indulge in natural pleasures


It is a unique game reserve and wildlife sanctuary of exotic African animals and endangered endemic animals of Palawan. Established on August 31,1976 by virtue of Presidential Decree No.1578, this was initiated in response to the appeal of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature to help save African wildlife when former President Ferdinand Marcos attended the 3rd world Conference in Kenya. By virtue of RA 7611 (SEP), administrative jurisdiction of DENR was given to the local government of Palawan, effective December 31, 1993. Management of the area is the responsibility of the PCSDO (Palawan Council of Sustainable Development Office). It is located in Calauit Island, Busuanga, Palawan.


This is a great activity for the whole family and even mum won’t mind these insect at close range. The Philippines are home to numerous varieties of these fluttering rainbows and this is a great spot to view them up close. There are other unusual creatures here such as the praying mantis, stick and leaf insects, giant scorpions, atlas beetles and other jungle insects.

(formerly Crocodile Farming Institute)

It aims to preserve and conduct further research studies on endangered species of crocodiles. One of the structures is a ""hospital"" for sick and disabled crocodiles. It also intends to make good use of the raw materials derived from crocodile skin. The place also maintains a mini-zoo featuring some of Palawan's endemic animals, under the supervision and management of DENR-PAWB. It is located in National Road, Barangay Irawan, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, 30-40 minutes’ travel from the city proper. One can take a tricycle and get off at Barangay Irawan where the crocodile farm is located. A jeepney could be hired to get to the place.


Encompassesa 37 hectare scenic farm planted with coconut palms, rice and other crops cultivated by the prisoners and their families. The prison’s populace is about 4,000 and many inmates live with their families in so-called rehabilitation areas. Within the farm is the Balsahan River known for its cascading waters and picturesque scenery. Iwahig is more like a modern farm rather than a prison. The inmates work their farms unguarded and are allowed to earn an income by working in the many shops which turn out various handicrafts. Most popular of which are the hand-carved items made from Mahogany wood. The farm is definitely a good stop for tourists.


It offers facilities like cottages and picnic huts. Locals come on weekends for swimming and picnicking. The biggest hut called the pavilion is good for groups up to 100 persons. Two cottages, each with two beds, electric fan, and private bathroom are available for an overnight stay. It is located in Circulation Road, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, 5-7 minutes by tricycle from the city proper via Circulation Road. It is two kilometers away from the airport.


It is a seaside fun place for those who wish to indulge in marine pleasures, without leaving the confines of the city. The fine white sand and clear waters of White Beach make it a perfect spot for swimming. A few picnic tables were installed but an overnight stay is not possible since there are no accommodation facilities here. It is located in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, 5-7 minutes by tricycle from the city proper. The beach is two and a half kilometers away from the airport
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