Balabac Island is the southern-most island of the Palawan province in the Philippines, only about 50 kilometers north from Sabah, Malaysia, across the Balabac Strait.
Balabac Island is home to various endemic species. It is the home of birds like Grey Imperial Pigeon, Philippine Cockatoo, Blue-headed Racket-tail, and the Palawan Hornbill. The Philippine Mouse-deer, a subspecies of t ...
he Greater Mouse-deer can only be found in this island.
The Molbogs, a Muslim ethnolinguistic group, is concentrated in this island. Their livelihood includes farming, fishing and barter trading with the nearby Sulu, Bangsamoro, and Sabah market centers. Wiki
Balabac Island News
The number of travel and tour retailers in this capital city of Palawan, now at more than 100, continues to increase - undeniably because tourism is a major contributor to the province's economy.
Travel and tour operators have mushroomed in the city, but more so in the global computer network, including fraudulent ones, offering a multiplicity of information about what could be an itinerant's dream travel in Puerto Princesa and the province.
A lot of them, but not all, offer matchmaking tour services to let travelers express what they truly want to do, for instance, explore the unbeaten ...
I have been traveling solo to distant places for quite some time but whenever I do, there is a part of me that still gets anxious. The fear of the unknown always lingers at the back of my mind but I normally overcome it with ease however, the road to Balabac was the one trip that got me so edgy. As soon as I got out of Puerto Princesa Airport, I hopped on a tricycle going to San Jose Terminal to catch a van bound for Rio Tuba.
Nakuhanan ng video ng isang empleyado ng Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) ang isang buwaya sa Balabac, Palawan nitong Lunes.
Kuwento ni Rodel Bacaro, nagpapahinga sila sa coastal area ng Barangay 5 Poblacion matapos magsagawa ng inspeksiyon sa isa sa mga pasilidad ng DENR.
Laking gulat nalang nila nang makitang lumalangoy ang buwaya sa dagat.
"Sa tingin namin lahat, mga 11 feet 'yung haba ng buwaya," aniya.
Si Bacaro na isang environmental monitoring officer ay nakatalaga sa Environmental Management Bureau ng DENR.
Batay sa kanilang pagsusuri, isa itong sa ...
a dulong bahagi ng Palawan, may isang paraisong hitik sa ganda at yaman ng kalikasan! Hindi pa ito popular sa mga turista pero pumuposisyon na itong makilala sa buong mundo. Welcome to the Last of the Last Frontier of the Philippines-- Balabac!
Tandaan lang mga Kapuso na maging responsableng turista para mapanatili ang mala-paraisong ganda ng Balabac, Palawan!
Long white powdery sand beaches. Sandbars. Exotic islands. Clear waters.
Secluded and Raw Paradise - The Balabac Group of Islands.
This islands are so unspoilt that some of them are even uninhabited. Located at the southern most part of Palawan, it's so remote that it's much nearer to Sabah, Malaysia than it's provincial capital - Puerto Princesa. No map. No internet. Just pure island living. A surreal place to visit.
Choose the road less traveled!