Port Barton Beach

San Vicente, Palawan

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 Experience The Old And Untouched Palawan

    Port Barton Experience The Old And Untouched Palawan

    Between Coron in danger of being destroyed and El Nido slowly getting overrun, Palawan purists are in search of the good old days. Before the jostling crowds and the badly-planned theme parks, there was just paradise. Now that Palawan is approaching a tipping point, one of the small lights glimmering in the distance is Port Barton.

  • Headed To Port Barton For Some Quietude

    Headed To Port Barton For Some Quietude

    I left El Nido with migraine pounding my temples and eyes that throbbed like an open wound. Sitting in front, I already warned the driver that I might throw up. Ready, the driver handed me two red plastic bags. He thought though I had the typical motion sickness, not a fancy-sounding, often recurring, illness like migraine.

    If I had not had said yes to a collaboration in Port Barton, I would have stayed for one more night or two in El Nido to witness a fellow travel blogger's intimate beach wedding. But I consoled myself??"I already witnessed their Kenyan wedding ceremony, a glimpse of a cu ...

  • Best Places To Visit In The Philippines

    Best Places To Visit In The Philippines

    Let's start this 2017 with a round-up of the best places to visit in the Philippines. This list features every must-see attractions in the Philippines, from the islands in Palawan to recent highlights such as Kalanggaman Island in Leyte ??" as recommended by local and international travel influencers.

    This list of best places to visit in the Philippines is useful as a checklist for local travelers ("Have you visited them all?") or as a guide for foreign travelers spending a few weeks in the country.

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    Tagaytay

    Tagaytay is definitely a must-see in the Philippines. When you visi ...

  • Port Barto San Vicente A Complete Powerhouse In Palawan

    Port Barto San Vicente A Complete Powerhouse In Palawan

    Port Barton, one of the barangays of San Vicente, fenced between Roxas and El Nido, is probably one of those places you never thought of going as limited travel journals are available for research. It can be the least visited place in Palawan, compare to its well-famed rivals: Coron, El Nido and Puerto Princesa.

    Others would often describe it as "The Road Less Traveled" as one has to endure a long land and sea transfers; or "The Hidden Paradise of Palawan", since it has been detaining the largest marine sanctuary in San Vicente and owning one of the the richest reefs in the country.

    To G ...

  • Untouched Beauty In San Vicente Palawan

    Untouched Beauty In San Vicente Palawan

    I felt overstimulated upon departing our hotel in Boracay, and looked forward to promised serenity in Palawan. However, I was unaware of quite how overstimulated I would be by the end of the day.

    See, Secret Paradise Resort & Turtle Sanctuary is remote. Off the electrical grid. Only accessible by boat. It ticked all my 'get away from it all' boxes. The thing is, I underestimated the potent combination that is a remote place and a third world infrastructure. I had no idea it would take from before sunrise to after sunset to arrive! To give you an idea, it went like this: 30 min van ride, 20 ...

  • San Vicente Port Barton Island Hopping

    San Vicente Port Barton Island Hopping

    There's an advantage and disadvantage of staying in San Vicente town proper as I have learned. Advantage is that I get to stay real close to San Vicente's Long Beach, the longest white beach in Palawan which I have immensely enjoyed combing through. Disadvantage is that Island Hopping here is costly unlike if I stay in Port Barton. The Island hopping tours (A to D) only cost Php 700 per head for a minimum of four people in a group. But since I'm travelling alone, I would have to shell out Php 2,000 to get to Port Barton by boat. The people at tourism office said if there are any groups from he ...