Dumaran

Palawan

Dumaran is a third class municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 21,397 people. The municipality covers the southern part of the namesake Dumaran Island (where the poblacion is located), as well as a portion on Palawan Island. It is bounded on the northeast by Municipality of Araceli, on the south by Sulu Sea, on the southwest by ...

Roxas, and on the northwest by the municipality of Taytay.


Dumaran is a home for coral reefs, in fact, there is an island named Reef Island because it is where you could find a big chunk of corals beside those who encircle the whole island. This island is perfect for scuba diving and snorkeling.


In relation to its foundation day June 14, Dumaran celebrates Kalabukay Festival annually from June 14-18.


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