Top 4 attractions you must visit in Palawan
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The province is named after its largest island, Palawan Island.Palawan is home to nature reserves on both land and sea.UNESCO has sited Palawan's Tubbataha Reef and the Saint Paul Subterranean River National Park as World Heritage sites.
Attractions in Palawan
Calauit Safari Park, a 3,700-hectare island off the coast of Palawan. It is home to various species of exotic African and endemic Palawan flora and fauna where hundreds of giraffes, elans, waterbucks, Calamian deer, monkeys, freshwater crocodiles, zebras, bearcats, bushbuck and a variety of birds roam freely. This tropical safari should not be missed on your visit to Coron.
This park features a spectacular limestone karst landscape with an underground river. One of the river's distinguishing features is that it emerges directly into the sea, and its lower portion is subject to tidal influences. The area also represents a significant habitat for biodiversity conservation. The site contains a full 'mountain-to-sea' ecosystem and has some of the most important forests in Asia.
The Tabon Cave Complex is a 138-hectare museum site reservation at the western coastline of Quezon town, Southern Palawan. It lies northwest of the town proper, bound on the north, east and west parts by coastal sea; it is an isthmus connected to the mainland by mangroves. Although there is only one cave originally named Tabon, all caves in Lipuun Point Reservation have become collectively known as Tabon Cave Complex where numerous archaeological artifacts have been discovered since 1962.