Port Barton Beach is located in San Vicente, Palawan. It is one of the longest undeveloped beaches in the country. It is an ideal place for vacation. Diving, snorkeling, island hopping, walking and hiking are the activities that can be done here.
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Port Barton is a quiet fishing village located in one of the sheltered bays of San Vicente, a town on the north-western side of the main island province of Palawan in the Philippines. Compared to the top tourist hubs in Palawan like El Nido and Coron, San Vicente is still pretty laid-back, peaceful and uncommercialized.
Ngayong tag-init, subukan mag-island hopping sa Port Barton, San Vicente, Palawan.
Patok ang sunbathing sa Exotic Island habang snorkeling naman ang pagkakaabalahan sa Inaladelan Island, kung saan madalas may nakikitang pawikan.
Ayon sa ilang turista, payapa at langit sa pakiramdam nang makasabay nilang lumangoy ang pawikan.
"I saw a big one and I swam with it. Its very peaceful. Its heaven," ani Gal Cameo, isang turista mula Israel.
Pwede ring mag-relax sa tabing-dagat habang minamasdan ang magandang tanawin.
Pagkatapos mag-enjoy sa Inaladen Island, next stop ang Twin Reef kung ...
We left beautiful Modessa Island for another adventure, this time in Port Barton. We had a smooth sailing boat ride from Modessa Island back to Roxas town but we missed our van going to Port Barton! So we took a tricycle (tuk tuk) to San Jose where another van will pick us up from Puerto Princessa. We waited for about 2 hours before the van arrived but it only has one room left for another passenger. We decided to get our own tricycle (tuk tuk) instead and started our adventure going to Port Barton. Watch the video and find out why taking the tricycle was the best decision we made that day!
Port Barton is a beautiful little beach town with the perfect mix of tourism and local life. This is much different from the other popular destinations in Palawan like Coron and El Nido. There are much fewer people and the overall vibe is way more chill.
While there are not as many immense limestone cliffs in the sea like in El Nido and Coron, Port Barton still offers amazing island hopping boat tours which will be featured in my next vlog.
I really enjoy how the town isn't completely dedicated to tourism. There is a school in the middle of town, so on any given weekday there will be chi ...
AskUnlock net Some highlights of my recent trip to Palawan Island, Philippines. Shot mainly between El Nido and Port Barton using a Go-Pro Hero 4, FeiyuTech stabilizer gimbal.
This is our trip to Port Barton Palawan, we left the main city (Puerto Princesa) at 3pm, we reached Port barton at 6pm then we booked an island tour the next morning, it's a very short escape so we need to get a shot as many as we can, suddenly, the weather is not as good as we expected.
The rain started to fall so I dont have a choice but to go and use the Gopro, I tried to shoot all the way with my main camera but i didn't make it because of the weather, (its raining). I was forced to use my Gopro. when the suns starts to show, Kevin finally got the chance to fly his drone to get some foo ...