Busuanga Island Spring Break || Palawan 2017.
Back in Coron, Busuanga in the amazing Palawan, Philippines. They say this is one of the most beautiful islands in the world (Palawan) and I can see why. We explore Coron Town, Twin Lagoon, the famous shipwrecks and beach 91 for lunch. Don't forget Kayangan lake with her amazing views!!
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On November 8, 2013, the most powerful Typhoon hit the Philippines. Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) devastated most of the Visayas provinces as well as northern part of Palawan. The Municipality of Busuanga, Palawan was in the center of Typhoon Yolanda as it exited the Philippines. Busuanga is a municipality composed of 4,981 households or 24,576 individuals, according to the December 2012 census. It is composed of 14 barangays and is part of the Calamianes Group of Islands located to the north of mainland Palawan.
Based on the MDRRMO of Busuanga, a total of 1,208 houses were totally damaged ...
C3 Philippines, together with the Philippine Tropical Forest Conservation Foundation (PTFCF), have been working on the rehabilitation of mangroves in the Marine Protected Areas (MPA) of Brgys. Concepcion, Sagrada and Bogtong.
Local community members have been cleaning up mangrove areas of debris and fallen mangroves, with permission from the local government. The collected branches may only be distributed for community or personal use and may not be sold or taken outside of the community.
C3 Philippines, together with the @[277368261338:274:Philippine Tropical Forest Conservation Foundat ...
Ever been on an African Safari in the Philippines!?
This is "Part 3" of our #BecomingFilipino: Your Travel Blog Palawan Episode...
Here I will bring you to the peak of Mt. Tapyas overlooking beautiful Coron and then head off to go on an "African Style Zebra and Giraffe Mission" in Busuanga.
A couple of years ago, I launched a passion project called Project Pilipinas. The goal was simple: help spread information about the beautiful places in the Philippines by posting about my past travels within the country along with some useful information (how to get there, how to go around, places to stay, tips, etc.). So hopefully, when researching about the Philippines, some random Googler (be it foreigner or local) will come across my blog and be encouraged to visit all those places. Read more about that project here.
"OMG there it is!"
I was like a starstruck fan seeing my favorit ...