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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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How To Get To Palawan Ferry Port

  • Palawan Accommodation

    If you need to spend a night at or near Palawan ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Palawan Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

Palawan Guide

Palawan Ferry Port

Palawan is a province belonging to the Philippines, lying between the South China Sea and the Sula Sea. The port connects passengers to other popular resorts in the Philippines, such as Cebu and Iloilo City.

What is there to do in Palawan?

Dubbed by some as the most beautiful island in the world, Palawan looks like a tranquil haven designed for indulging in blissful luxury. The beaches, lagoons and mountainside resemble a postcard picture; it’s no wonder so many end up staying for much longer than intended. Remarkably, considering the beautiful surroundings and peaceful atmosphere, Palawan has remained relatively untouched by tourism and is fairly relaxed all year round. Many tourists choose to travel up the shoreline to explore the jungle like environment – an idyllic setting for those who enjoy an adventure in an exotic location. At the top of the itinerary for most tourists are the alluring lagoons dotted around the island; it’s possible to jump off cliffs into mystical aqua waters before basking in the glorious sunshine. If that sounds like a little too much effort, Nacpan Beach and Long Beach provide the perfect conditions for a relaxing holiday in the sun. For an excursion that’s somewhere in between cliff jumping and sunbathing, underground river tours, snorkelling and scuba diving are all available, offering tourists the chance to explore the depths of the encompassing water.

How do visitors get around Palawan?

Boat trips are a popular way to travel around Palawan due to the long stretch of water and abundance of small fishing towns. Jeepneys, which are like shared pick-up trucks, are also a very cheap and convenient way of getting around. Alternatively, rental car companies are in operation around the town.

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