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Day 1 Arrive at Manila
Upon arrival at Manila, you will be met and greeted by our representative and then be escorted to your hotel. Manila is the gateway to the 7,107 islands of the Philippines and is the historical center of government and industry. The city is a delightful mix of the old and new – from ancient Spanish churches to gleaming high-rise structures, quaint street stalls and modern shopping mails, historical landmarks to pulsating nightlife. In Manila, every corner is a discovery.
Day 2 Manila B,
After breakfast at hotel, you will take a half day city tour to visit Luneta Park, Fort Santiago, Intramuros, the old “Walled city”, Chinese Cemetery and Makati Financial District. Rest of day is free at leisure. You may choose to rest at hotel or explore Manila on your own.
Day 3 Manila – Puerto Princesa B,L,D,
Transfer from your hotel to domestic airport for your flight to PUERTO PRINCESA. Legend attributes the name “Puerto Princesa” to a princess-like maiden who in the early days is said to have roamed around the place on certain nights of the year. On the other hand, practical people attribute the name to the geographical advantages of the place as a seaport – naturally protected the whole year round and endowed with a depth that can accommodate any size of shipping – a royal heaven for vessels or a virtual princess of ports as thus indicated by Spanish Colonizers on the country’s map. Upon arrival at the airport, meet & greet by our representative and transfer to your hotel. After check-in, proceed to lunch at BADJAO’s SEAFOOD RESTAURANT, amidst mangroves and facing the bay. Then you will take a city tour of PUERTO PRINCESA. The city has been acclaimed several times as the cleanest and greenest city in the Philippines. Visit the Palawan Museum located at the Mendoza Park. Here we get an impression of the history, art and culture of the people and their mythology of this island group. Visit the Plaza Cuartel, the beautiful Immaculate Conception Cathedral, and the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center (formerly Crocodile Farming Institute) a showcase of successful conservation project. The farm breeds two endangered species found in the country including the endemic Philippine Crocodile. There is also a minizoo where the colorful Nicobar Pigeon, the raucous talking mynah, the elusive bearcat and other animals found in Palawan are sheltered. See the Iwahidg Prison and Penal Farm. In the prison without walls, inmates tend vast farms instead of idly spending time behind bars. Dinner at KA LUI’S RESTAURANT, popular for its excellent fresh seafood fare, and unique and cozy ambience where customers have to remove their shoes and sit on pillows.
Day 4 Batak Tribe Trek B,L,D,
After breakfast at the hotel, you will be transferred to the town of San Rafael, about 2 hours from Puerto Princesa where you will begin your 2 – 3 hour trek in the jungle. Picnic lunch alongside riverbed. Afternoon you will visit the BATAK TRIBE – a group of shy forest people. Despite constant interaction with other Palawan groups and settlers from other islands, their culture has not changed from its seminomadic character. Proceed to Daluyon Beach Resort in Sabang and overnight.
Day 5 St. Paul\'s Underground River B,L,D,
Early morning breakfast at the resort. Trek the MONKEY TRAIL until you reach the mouth of the ST. PAUL’S UNDERGROUND RIVER. A World Heritage Site, this natural wonder features an 8.2 kilometer navigable Underground River, reputed to be the world’s longest that winds through a spectacular cave before emptying out in to the South China Sea. Cathedral chambers, wide hallways, and interesting geological formations greet the wide-eyed visitor to the grotto hidden beneath St. Paul Mountain. At the mouth of the cave, ancient trees growing right of the water’s edge frame a clear lagoon. Monkeys, large monitor lizards, and squirrels find their niche on the beach near the cave. Visitors can also enjoy bird watching, mountain trekking, a mangrove paddle boat tour and exploring the deeper part of the forest. Picnic lunch at the park. Return to your resort and overnight.
Day 6 Sabang B,L,D,
Today you are free to enjoy the wonderful surroundings of Sabang Beach. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.
Day 7 El Nido B,L,D,
After breakfast, you will take a 5 - hour journey to EL NIDO town, where you will take a 45-minute boat ride to your resort. El Nido is named after the edible nests of Swiftlets (Collocalia Fuciphaga) found in the crevices of its limestone cliffs. These nests, “nido” in Spanish, are the main ingredient for the gourmet nido soup.El Nido is considered as a showcase of Palawan’s geology and diverse wildlife. Its majestic limestone cliffs stand guard over clear waters, with hundreds of species of tropical fishes and corals, and three species of endangered sea turtles. El Nido’s forests are host to more than 100 species of birds, a large number of which are endemic to Palawan. Lunch at the resort. After lunch, resort will provide island’hopping activities where you can visit enchanting lagoons, remote islands and mysterious caves. Return to the resort and overnight.
Day 8 El Nido - Manila B,
You are free at leisure until be transferred to the airport for your flight to Manila. Upon arrival, be transferred to your hotel in Manila.
Day 9 Manila B,
Free until be transferred to the airport for your flight return home or to next destination.