DISCOVER PALAWAN – PHILIPPINES’  LAST FRONTIER  SEE AND DISCOVER TO BELIEVE
Discover Palawan where superlatives abound: exotic islands, white beaches and coves draped with rocky cliffs; reefs and atolls teeming with marine life; vast mountains and tropical forest with rare flora and fauna – all converged to become a paradise.  
Palawan is the last frontier in the Philippines where Man and Mother Nature happily co-exist; its natural beauty evokes bliss and serenity; its people welcome you to enjoy your pilgrimage with this reminder:  bring with you  good intentions, and leave nothing but beautiful memories and the lessons of life learned from nature as you discover Palawan!
This site is a compilation of data and information published on the web for researchers, information seekers and data users to discover Palawan in the  Philippines. Most of the information and data are lifted from the respective sources… this site serves as referral for those who want to discover Palawan.

 

 WHERE IS PALAWAN? … 
Palawan Map
Where is Palawan?

About 1 hour by plane from Manila to Puerto Princesa; more than 20 flights a day during  peek season (December to June), and about 12 flights during lean months of July to November. 

The Territorial Jurisdiction of Palawan

Palawan Territorial Jurisdiction
Palawan Territorial Jurisdiction
Palawan is an archipelagic province of 1,768 islands and considered the last ecological frontier in the Philippines. The largest province in land area and  occupies more than half of the internal waters of the Philippine archipelago.
Sprawling more than 650 kilometers from the northernmost island of Tara  in Coron to the southernmost island of Mangsee in Balabac, its mainland measures 450 kms long, and  40 kms at its widest.
Palawan protected areas
Palawan Protected Areas
Discover Palawan with its protected areas sprawling from the Calamianes: the Coron Island Natural Biotic Area; and the Calauit Zafari Park, home to exotic and endemic species of animals, including African wildlife.
In the northwest coastline, the El Nido Managed Reserve Protected Area, noted for its edible bird’s nests and limestone cliffs; and the Malampaya Sound  Protected Landscape Seascape, known as the “fish bowl” of the Philippines.
In Puerto Princesa, the St. Paul Underground River National Park, a World Heritage Site and one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature; and the Palawan Fauna, Flora and Watershed Forest Reserve;
Farther south, Mt. Mantalingahan Protected Landscape; and  the Tabon Caves National Park, considered the cradle of Philippines civilization and home to the first Filipino who inhabited Palawan 16,500 years ago;
In the mid-east, the Rasa Island Wildlife  Sanctuary, home to red-vented Philippine Cockatoo; in the south-east, the Ursula Island Birds Sanctuary; and farther east in the middle of the Sulu sea, the Tubbataha Reefs National Park, another World Heritage site.
Surrounded  with almost 2,000 kilometers of rocky and sandy beaches, and  with Nature’s gift of  about 11,000 sq. kms. of coral reefs, Palawan has one of the most beautiful seascapes in the world exemplified by the amazing diving sites in El Nido and Coron, and the famous Tubbataha Reefs.
Palawan underwater paradise
Palawan underwater paradise
The whole province was proclaimed as Game and Wildlife Sanctuary in 1967, being  habitat to rare, exotic and endemic species of  flora and fauna. Over 1500 species of plants provide sanctuaries  to some 200 kinds of birds and 600 species of butterflies in the vast mountains and verdant fields of Palawan.
Some of these unique creatures are the metallic-colored peacock pheasant, the smallest  mouse deer, the tamely bearcat, the scaly anteater, the endangered hawksbill and green sea turtles, and the gentle dugong are among the rare animals found in Palawan.  
palawan rare animals
Palawan rare animals
 And… wow, just recently, scientific expedition discovered a rare specie of unnamed  orchid – rare to the scientific world but common and endemic  in Mt. Matalingahan, the highest peak in Palawan.
new orchids specie found in palawan
new orchids specie discovered in mt malingahan, palawan

 

In 2007,  a “rat-eating pitcher plant”, named Nepenthes Attenboroughii  was discovered in Mt. Victoria,  (in the nepenthes attenboroughiimunicipality of Narra) creating  a global sensationnepenthes leonardoi among scientists that made headlines worldwide. There were many species of pitcher pants discovered in this wild mountain paradise, the most recent is named – Nepenthes Leonardoi. 

For starter… see Palawan on the Air, a video shared by Matador Network…

 

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GOVERNMENT

The Provincial Government of Palawan 

palawan capitol

 TOURIST  DESTINATIONS  

Palawan voted as Best Island in the World in 2014 according to  the Conde Nast Traveller’s Readers’ Choice Awards

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best island in the world

  … and in 2013 by the Travel+Leisure… palawan best island in the world 2013

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best island

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