Pambato Reef is a floating platform in the middle of Honda Bay near Puerto Princesa City in Palawan. Probably one of the most beautiful reefs in Palawan. " The Pambato reef" a marine sanctuary that's home to a lot of different fishes and clams.
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My sisters "by heart" and I have been dreaming to go together on a trip for a long time already. And one of the struggles in planning this kind of tour is how our scheds would match, so surely, one of the solutions that we could possibly think of would be to book an actual ticket that will instantly be paid so that nobody could back out because "Bayad na eh! Sayang naman diba?" So we were very fortunate that Manejkom Travel & Tours was able to offer us with a Puerto Princesa Barkada Package for a very cheap price which we didn't let go! We instantly booked with Manejkom Travel & Tours wherein ...
There is an irony when you hear of the province of Palawan in the Philippines ??" regarded as one of the country's top tourist destination, Palawan is a place renowned for being least developed among other tourist destinations in the country, even in the whole of South-East Asian region.
However, tourist sites found all over Palawan are not known for their modernization ??" no, they are not. It is something more natural, not man-made.
After all, for a region mostly known for its clear water and white sandy beaches, among other places of interest that are all nature's own making, the prov ...
I've been to both El Nido and Coron, but have yet to explore the nearby destinations in Puerto Princesa. For this trip to my favorite island, I finally go to explore Honda Bay. Despite the bad weather, the trip went well and I had a good time.
The first stop of the Honda Bay tour was Pambato Reef to see colorful fish and corals. Our group was fortunate enough to arrive early before the weather went bad to worse. After swimming around and keeping our heads in the water, the rain started to fall. It wasn't just a drizzle but as the cliche goes, it was raining cats and dogs. Th ...
Dubbed the Philippines' "Last Ecological Frontier," Palawan Islands composed of more than 1,700 islands, abound with natural resources akin to an unexplored wilderness. In 1990, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) declared the whole province of Palawan, comprising 1,489,600 hectares, a biosphere reserve. The Palawan Biosphere Reserve is a cluster of islands composed of one long main island and smaller groups of islands around it.
Diverse Array of Wildlife
The province has a very diverse array of animals and plants in its terrestrial and marine e ...
In a few hours, the day will be over. Here's to wishing that you have gone through April Fool's Day unscathed. Once or twice, in my life, I admit to having been fooled. But I also admit to having been on the other end, doing the fooling. It was a lot of fun, but care must always be exercised when doing these things, because there are simply some jokes that aren't funny or may be too funny. Know what I mean? Before the day ends, however, here's a little look back on one of our stops during our Honda Bay tour. This time, it's this tiny place called Pambato Reef.
If you are thinking of a place ...
Honda Bay, located on the eastern shore of Puerto Prinsesa, Palawan, is one of the famous tourist spots of the City. It is famous for its stunning islands and white sand beaches.
Each island offers different scenery and thrills great for swimming and snorkeling. But not all island in Honda Bay is open for public. Some are restricted while others are privately owned. Famous islands includes Starfish Island, Pandan Island, Luli Island, Cowrie Island and Pambato Reef.
There's actually a lot of local travel agencies in Puerto Prinsesa that offers different Honda Bay tours. But Mark and I boo ...