Sabang Beach

Puerto Princesa City, Palawan

Sabang Beach has a long stretch of fine light-brown beach that is conducive for just sitting down and watching other people get surprised by how big the waves are. It is a nice place to spend time while waiting for your underground river tour. It is really a wonderful and picturesque place; with fine sand beach and crystal clear waters. Sabang Beach is near the port where you will ride the boat g ...

oing to the underground river.

Sabang Beach Palawan News

  • Always Summer In The Philippines Discovering Palawan

    A quick and relaxing one-hour flight on Philippine Airlines took the group to the island where nature flourishes like no other – Palawan.

    Also, regarded as the Philippines' last ecological frontier, this destination is home to two prominent sites – the Tubbataha Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Puerto Princesa Underground River, one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature.

    Puerto Princesa's Astoria Palawan extended its gracious hospitality as this eco-friendly beachfront resort served as the official home of the group while in Palawan. Aside from the staff's warm welcome, a perform ...

  • Puerto Princesa Palawan Underground River And Sabang Beach

    Hey guys! This is the last vlog footage I have from my two month backpacking trip through Southeast Asia. Enjoy!

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  • El Nido Palawan Itinerary 6 Days

    Trip Summary

    • Trip length and when did I go? 6 days in November 2016
    • Places visited: Puerto Princessa, Sabang, El Nido
    • How much did it cost me? MYR 1,000

    At A Glance

    • Day 1 - Puerto Princessa to Sabang. Arrival & transit in Manila. Took a morning flight from Manila to Puerto Princessa. Upon arrival in Puerto Princessa, I took a public jeepney to Sabang. Check-in to Cafe Sabang once I arrived there. Overnight in Sabang
    • Day 2 - Sabang to El Nido. Half day tour to Puerto Princessa underground river. Check-out from guesthouse and took a shuttle van to El Nido. Check-i ...

  • A DIY Tour Of The Puerto Princesa Underground River Palawan

    A couple of weeks have already passed since I went on a Tao Expedition in Palawan, but I'm still hung up on the experience.

    Palawan is beautiful, no one can argue with that.

    In fact, in the latest survey of their readers, the Conde Nast Traveler has again included Palawan in the top 5 most beautiful islands in the world, where it once hogged the first place three years running.

    While writing about my experience with Tao Expedition, though, I was distracted by a question from a couple of readers: is it possible to go on a DIY (do it yourself) tour of the Puerto Princesa Underground Riv ...

  • Sabang Beach Philippines Photo Blog

    I originally came to Sabang to visit the famous underground river cave but soon realized that Sabang Beach and the surrounding area was much more than a single tourist attraction. The underground river cave was listed as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2011 and it's popularity increased 300% from that moment onwards.

    Sabang Beach and the surrounding area had a really cool vibe. There were multiple factors that created such a community atmosphere. Each morning kids helped with fishing nets, hung around their parents while they worked and roamed the streets. As the sun went down ...

  • Sabang Beach Palawan Everything You Need To Know

    Firstly, for the record the Philippines may well be the best country in the world to travel in. Having been to 194 of the 197 countries on the planet, it most certainly is in the top 10 at the very least. Super gorgeous, amazing people, easy to get around, paradise at every corner, really great value, English speaking for the most part. It's travel perfection.

    So now then. Palawan, the Philippines biggest draw. The question seems to always be El Nido or Coron when chatting about Palawan, but hardly anyone ever talks about Sabang beach in Palawan, and what a mistake the travel world seems to ...