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Dec 23

Exploring The Beauty Of Palawan

Known as the Philippines Last Frontier, Palawan is also the biggest province in the Philippines. Also dubbed as the Cradle of Philippine Civilization where the first man in the country was found in Tabon Caves, Palawan has continued to show the world its hidden treasures.
Palawan has numerous group of island which is famous for their own inviting beaches and bountiful wildlife. The province is also recognized worldwide for its goal of preserving and protecting all their ecological attractions such as the Puerto Princesa Subterranean Underground River National Park and the Tubbatha Reef National Marine Park, both found in its capital, Puerto Princesa. Both of these sites are declared as World Heritage Sites under UNESCO.
Aside from these, Palawan also houses other tourist-interest locations such as the Calauit Wildlife Sanctuary, El Nido Marine Reserve Park, Coron Reefs, and Malampaya Sound Land and Seascape Protected Area. All of these are the actual manifestation of Palawans rich ecosystem that became the countrys pride for the world to see.
Since its a big province, going from one municipality to another can be a little hard for any traveler; a boat ride from El Nido to Puerto Princesa alone can take up 8-12 hours which in my opinion is a waste of time considering all the notable locations you could have already seen during those hours. Thankfully, upon checking the internet for flights going to different destinations, I chanced upon seeing how Seair airline provides regular flights to Puerto Princesa, Taytay, and El Nido.
The comfort of reaching this destinations only an hour from Manila, is definitely good news to the nature lover in me. Aside from the regularity of the flights, the airline also offers sweet deals and promos to make traveling to Palawan smoother and way better. Now, Id definitely get to gather more facts about Palawan and bring home a lot more pictures from the world famous destinations found in largest province of the Philippines.
Seair takes you everywhere. For more information on their flights, visit www.flyseair.com.