10 days in Palawan

Itinerary & Highlights

Finally, I made it to the Philippines. Granted I only visited one island, and only had 10 nights there but man was it worth it. This trip was with ‘a friend’ so all accommodations were private rooms, not my usual dormitory hostel style. If you’re a solo traveller, you could easily do the trip for a third of the price. This article is just an introduction to our trip with some itinerary details and tips. Prices are dependant on the traveller so will not be included here.

Note: We spent one night in Manila before flying to Puerto Princesa, Palawan. Article: 'Quickie in Manila'

Places visited: Puerto Princesa, El Nido and Port Barton.

Duration: 10 days/9nights total on the island.

Activities included: Underground River, Island Hopping and Pamuayah Waterfalls.

Time of Year: August 2018

Puerto Princesa

Accommodation: Deep Forest Garden Hotel

Duration: 2 nights

Activity: Underground River

(Published Article: Puerto Princesa Underground River Tour)
http://travelwithsiobhan.com/se-asia/puerto-princesa-underground-river-tour/

El Nido

Accommodation: Bluemango Hotel

Duration: 3 nights

Activity: Island Hopping Tour

(Published Article: Island Hop your way to Paradise)
http://travelwithsiobhan.com/se-asia/island-hop-your-way-to-paradise/

Port Barton

Accommodation: Ausan Seafront Cottages

Duration: 3 nights

Activity: Pamuayah Waterfalls

(Published Article: Pamuayah Waterfalls & the Tricycle of Death)
http://travelwithsiobhan.com/se-asia/pamuayah-waterfalls-the-tricycle-of-death/

Puerto Princesa

Accommodation: Panja Resort & Spa

Duration: 1 night

We decided to spend our last night in luxury. It’s a stunning place. The staff are wonderful. They have a full spa, infinity pool, views from every direction and not to mention great food/drinks.

The perfect end to a perfect trip!

Travel with Siobhan

My name is Siobhan. I am a travel/photography/writer enthusiast. I discovered my passion whilst living and working in China. Since then I have travelled many countries and will continue to do so until I have seen and done everything my heart desires. Living is travelling, travelling is living!

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