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PALAWAN is an island paradise, southwest of the Philippine Archipelago, amidst a cluster of over 1000 islets blessed with a tropical climate all year round. Palawan is popularly known for its white sand beaches, crystal-clear azure waters teeming with colorful marine life - a swimmer's delight, a diver's destination, an angler's dream. It is also home to rare collection of exotic animals, birds and butterflies.
The island province of Palawan has been declared as a nature sanctuary of the world, and for good reason. It is wrapped in a mantel of rainforests, outstanding dive sites, majestic mountains, primeval caves, and pristine beaches. It is surrounded by a coral shelf that abounds with varied and colorful marine life. It boasts of exotic flora and fauna, like the mousedeer and the scaly anteater, that are found nowhere else.
The region has pulled in people groups of all foundations and it is said that the present Palawenos are a combination of 81 distinctive social gatherings. Nonnatives, as well, have developed to love this peaceful area.
Palawan waters are among the best in the world, not only for diving but also for fishing. A diver's paradise, it has miles of sub-surface coral and rainbow reef walls which surround the coasts and coves teeming with rich marine life
Sta. Lourdes Tagbanua, Puerto Princesa City is where the Honda Bay can be seen. The bay consists of several islets with shallow reefs, bordering fabulous beaches and small resorts which have become the favorite water sports destination of local and foreign tourists alike.
The province boasts of extraordinary scenic wonders. African animals from Kenya in Africa - giraffes and elands, zebras and gazelles - co-exist with endemic Philippine animals, like the Palawan bearcat, mousedeer and peacock (pheasant), in the Calauit Island Wildlife Sanctuary in Busuanga, considered one of the province's most amazing sites. Another sanctuary found in Rio Tuba Village, Bataraza is the Ursula Island Game Refuge and Bird Sanctuary. This island is a haven for birds that rest and converge two hours before sunset, after a day's flight.
Palawan also known as "The Land of Beautiful Safe Harbor". The name, once planned for merchant ships cruising as the centuries progressed, takes another importance: a land of beautiful haven for every traveler who seeks refuge and oneness in nature. Palawan has been given various honors as the nation's cleanest, greenest a most serene city. Over this qualification, Palawan has been named the "Last Ecological Frontier" out of appreciation for its interesting environmental adjust. Defending this wilderness are the accommodating Palawenos who are profoundly advisory groups to the fundamentals of ecological preservation and security. The revelation of the Tabon Collapses Palawan's Quezon district brought more noteworthy comprehension of the foundations of Philippine family line. The holes hold numerous fortunes of Tabon Man's beginnings going back 50,000 years, from tone-age apparatuses that disentangled errands to internment jugs which demonstrated his comprehension of the heavenly. These archeological fortunes alongside the islands' characteristic marvels allure the individuals who acknowledge and appreciate rich legacy, and various earthbound and marine assets.
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