Out Of This World, Palawan Island – Philippines

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Crashing waves, iconic limestone formations, clear blue skies, breath-taking views, crystal clear waters set against white beaches, inviting deep saltwater lagoons teaming with exotic marine life and friendly locals, surely this is the stuff that dreams are made of?  Possibly one of the most beautiful island’s we have set our eyes on, it is of no wonder that the largest province in Philippines has been voted the most beautiful island in the world and is one of the world’s popular destinations attracting tourists all year round.


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Forming part of the 7,107 islands found in South East Asia, the diverse landscape of The Philippines is an invitation to any explorer seeking a new and memorable adventure. With its beguiling magic, “the Last Ecological Frontier of the Philippines” located off the northern coast of the Philippines along the South China Sea is also home to one of the new seven natural wonders of the world; Puerto Princesa, the second longest in the world, subterranean river featuring a spectacular limestone karst landscape with an underground river emerging directly into the sea.


Traveller’s Tip: Accessible by air from the capital city of Manila, Coron Island is an island hopper’s paradise with dramatic volcanic cliffs towering over stunning lagoons and inland lakes. The location of Japanese ships sunk during World War II have provided a great refuge for rich wildlife and expect to see some spectacular views as you swim underwear through the ships with exotic marine life surrounding you.

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