Wednesday, March 30, 2011

48 Hours in Puerto Princesa, Palawan - Day 2

Puerto Princesa is really the gateway to the last frontier. It is an exciting place to be. Never to be missed is the city’s pride and joy – the Subterranean River National Park. The 8.2  km underground river winds through a spectacular cavern that flows directly into the sea. The entrance to the cave lies in an aquamarine lagoon surrounded by lush vegetation, monitor lizards, monkeys, and colorful birds.
For hassle-free trip to the Subterranean River, one must arrange a tour for P1,500 from any accredited tour operators in the city. They will provide you with transfers to your hotel, arrange the boat to take you to and from the entrance of the park, and lunch - all included in the package.









After that wonderful experience in the Subterranean River, finish your day by treating yourself to what Puerto Princesa is also very famous for - their superb seafood meals. Checkout Kalui's or Kinabuch's specialties for informal dining, or The Lotus Garden for fine dining experience.




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