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Lobo Cave: Samar’s Captivating Underground Realm of Many Faces

There’s an alien world right under our feet. It’s a world where nothing is what it seems, where wonders defy imagination, and where the most trivial decisions can determine whether we live or perish. The world of mysterious caves is a par...
by Adrenaline Romance on Jul 26, 2016

The Wonders of Puerto Princesa Underground River

Underground River is a must-visit tourist spot in Puerto Princesa, Palawan. It's inscribed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1999 and became as one of the New7Wonders of Nature. in 2012.Puerto Princesa Underground River  is located in the Sa...
by Blog Manila on Jan 9, 2015

Esoy Hotspring in Catmon, Cebu

I was not really planning to go to another place this summer because I just arrived from a 1-week vacation from Santander, Cebu and Dumaguete, Negros Oriental but then a friend of mine invited me to go with her and her family for an adventure at Esoy...
by A Potpourri of my Thoughts on Apr 22, 2014

How to Get a Permit for the Underground River Tour

When planning a DIY tour for Palawan, don’t forget the most important thing, secure a Permit for the Underground River. Unlike before which you could secure/reserve one over the phone, today you need to get it personally. Unless you take advant...
by From Sea to Summit on Mar 21, 2014

Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park.

The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is a protected area of the Philippines located about 50 kilometres  north of the city centre of Puerto Princesa, Palawan. The river is also called Puerto Princesa Underground River. The national p...
by Simple.Interesting on Mar 13, 2014

Palawan Scenery

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AirAsia Zest: What’s your destination wish list?

To Travel is to Evolve. Traveling is important because it transforms us. It expands one’s knowledge and understanding about the world. We get a chance to meet people, share ideas and learn things about their place and culture. All the adventure...
by Tech-Savvy Mermaid on Oct 12, 2013

AirAsia Zest: What’s your destination wish list?

To Travel is to Evolve. Traveling is important because it transforms us. It expands one’s knowledge and understanding about the world. We get a chance to meet people, share ideas and learn things about their place and culture. All the adventure...
by Tech-Savvy Mermaid on Oct 12, 2013

AirAsia Zest: What’s your destination wish list?

To Travel is to Evolve. Traveling is important because it transforms us. It expands one’s knowledge and understanding about the world. We get a chance to meet people, share ideas and learn things about their place and culture. All the adventure...
by Tech-Savvy Mermaid on Oct 12, 2013

Puerto Princesa, Palawan: Exploring Sabang Port and Beach

Sabang Port is a 2-hour van travel from the city proper of Puerto Princesa. It's just exciting to know that even though it's located quite far from the heart of the city, it still is a part of the city! Well Puerto Princesa is now the largest...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Oct 4, 2013

Puerto Princesa, Palawan: Underground River - Booking Options

When visiting the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, you need first a confirmed booking schedule before you can gain a visitor entry permit. Basically, there are two main ways on booking a reservation: one is through DIY or Do-It-Yourself booking, a...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Oct 4, 2013

Puerto Princesa, Palawan: A Traveler's Guide

TRAVEL DATES: September 7 - 10, 2013 The City of Puerto Princesa in the Island Province of Palawan is now The Philippines' largest city. Yes, Davao City no more. Being where the world-class Subterranean River is found, my expectations of Puerto...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Oct 3, 2013

Puerto Princesa, Palawan: Underground River - Getting There

If you're doing your own itinerary and booking to the Underground River, the process may be tedious and requires a lot of time and effort. Some things to secure for the trip are the visitor entry pass, van rental from City Proper to Sabang Port,...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Oct 3, 2013

Puerto Princesa, Palawan: The Subterranean River

For me, the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River or popularly known as the "Underground River" is definitely one of the best tourist site in the Philippines and a must-see place before you vanish in this world. It's pretty amazing how nat...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Oct 3, 2013

Puerto Princesa, Palawan: Things to Know about the Underground River

The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, or more popularly known as the Underground River, has slowly gained its popularity in the last three years. Because of it's recent recognition as part of the New 7 Wonders of Nature last 2011, tourists arri...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Oct 3, 2013

Exploring Sabang Port and Beach, Palawan

Sabang Port is a 2-hour van travel from the city proper of Puerto Princesa. It's just exciting to know that even though it's located quite far from the heart of the city, it still is a part of the city! Well Puerto Princesa is now the largest...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Sep 20, 2013

Puerto Princesa Underground River - Things To Know

The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, or more popularly known as the Underground River, has slowly gained its popularity in the last three years. Because of it's recent recognition as part of the New 7 Wonders of Nature last 2011, tourists arri...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Sep 20, 2013

Puerto Princesa Underground River - Getting There

If you're doing your own itinerary and booking to the Underground River, the process may be tedious and requires a lot of time and effort. Some things to secure for the trip are the visitor entry pass, van rental from City Proper to Sabang Port,...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Sep 20, 2013

Underground River Booking Options

When visiting the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, you need first a confirmed booking schedule before you can gain a visitor entry permit. Basically, there are two main ways on booking a reservation: one is through DIY or Do-It-Yourself booking, a...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Sep 20, 2013

Waitomo Caves

Growing up in Britain, I visited some pretty magical places – the Lake District, Tintagel, Lindisfarne – but there’s one place in New Zealand that out-magics them all: Waitomo Caves. Waitomo’s in the Waikato Region, south of Auckland. It didn...
by My New Zealand Campervan Trip on Sep 15, 2013


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