Palawan is the largest province in the Philippines and is made up of over 1700 islands. The Calamian Islands are located in Northern Palawan, where our island is situated.
The population of Palawan is less than one million people, making it one of the least populated provinces in the Philippines.
Renowned underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau described Palawan as the most beautiful island he had ever explored.
Palawan has some of the best scuba diving sites in the world including the famous World War II wrecks in Busuanga, one of the wrecks only minutes from our island.
In 2007, Palawan was rated the best island destination in Southeast Asia by National Geographic Traveler magazine and the 13th best in the world.
Time magazine listed Palawan among the world´s best secret travel locations.
The tourist area of Northern Palawan has been designated and promoted by the Philippine government as one of the major tourist areas of the future in the Philippines.
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