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Palawan has many attractions that we Filipinos can be truly proud of. One of this is the Barracuda Lake which is the craziest dive site in the Philippines. Next is the Big Lagoon which is set in the middle of karst limestone formations with a crystal clear water, Calauit Island Wildlife Santuary which is the home to a variety of ecotic, indigenous and marine animals. They also have the Coron Bay where you can see exceptional corals, Honda Bay which is surrounded by several islets with reefs and wonderful beaches. We should also be proud of the cleanest lake in Asia, the Kayangan Lake. Of course, there's the Palawan Crocodile Farm which breeds Palawan crocodiles. The Secret Lagoon Beach which is hidden on one side and the other side was stretch of white sand beaches. You wouldn't also want to miss the Tubbataha Reef Marine Park which has a very high marine density of marine species with pristine coral reefs, extensive lagoons and two coral islands. Next is the Ugong Rock with a unique combination of caving, climbing, and zip line. And lastly, we are very proud of our very own Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park which is awarded as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature.
EVENTS & FESTIVALS
Palawan celebrates different fun and colorful festivals. Some of this was Balayong festival to commemorate the founding anniversary of the city of Puerto Princesa, Pangalipay sa Baybay, Seafood Festival which is a celebration of the bounties of the seas, and the Karagatan Festival which is held in the fabulous beaches.
CULTURE & HERITAGE
Palawan has been famous for the sea breeze. Culture and heritage of the city became dependent to their natural richest. There still remains a indigenous tribe living in the Mountains called the Batac , that are regarded as a disappearing people , numbers having been reduced to around 500 today.
TOURS & WALKS
Palawan can be reached by boat transportation. You can enjoy island hopping to all the different and most magnificent islands of Palawan.
The Palawano languages are spoken on the island of Palawan in the province of Palawan in the Philippines.