With so many beautiful islands in the Philippine archipelago, numerous beach property developments, both private and commercial, have sprouted especially in Coron and Palawan islands.
Pristine bone-white beaches, unbelievably turquoise waters, rich marine life, World War II shipwrecks and jade-colored lakes hemmed in by karst limestone hills make Coron one of the most sought after destinations in the world.
Often referred to as the country's Last Frontier, it is located at the upper region of Palawan, 595 kilometers from Metro Manila.
In a cluster of islands boasting diverse terrain, ...
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city, and experience serenity and luxury combined in what is tagged by TIME Magazine as the "Best Private Island" ??" Ariara Island. The island, located north of Palawan, is accessible by a helicopter or a boat transfer from a domestic flight.
Ariara is a 125-acre tropical island which boasts of a 600m long white sand beach and a protected reef. Surrounded by a tropical forest, the island is also a sanctuary for both land and water animals: Palawan sea eagles, butterflies, turtles, dugongs (seacows), and a variety of corals and fish.
It gives guests a ...
Around Linapacan there are hundreds of undeveloped paradise beach islands, crystal clear waters with excellent snorkeling, caves to explore, and rural fishing villages where you can experience the true and generous hospitality and warm hearts of Filipinos, which you will not experience in the major tourist destinations.
Linapacan is an island municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines, with a fifth-class income classification. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 14,180 people.
After a very fulfilling first day of tour and a sound rest, we woke up to the serene morning of Linapacan town. This is our second and last day of stay here.
Before we set off for another day of adventure, we decided to roam a little bit around the town. There is nothing much to see only that the sloping topography allows you to have a panoramic view of the smaller islands fronting the main island of the municipality. Our first destination would be Elli Island just across the Linapacan Port.
This island has rock formations similar to those you can find in El Nido or Coron. We also obser ...