TOP 11 things to do in Port Barton, Palawan

Visit Pamuayan Falls - one of the things to do in Port Barton

Are you planning to visit Port Barton in Palawan soon? Here we’ve compiled the best things to do in Port Barton! 1. Island hopping If there’s one activity you shouldn’t miss in Port Barton, it’s island hopping. Port Barton offers standardized island hopping tours (Tours A-E). These tours will take you to the best beaches […]

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3 Days Itinerary to Port Barton (San Vicente, Palawan)

Kat in White Beach, Port Barton

This is our 3 days itinerary to Port Barton in San Vicente, Palawan. You can use it as a rough guide when you’re planning a trip to Port Barton. How to get here From Puerto Princesa Airport, there are vans going to Port Barton (P500 per person). A cheaper option is to ride a tricycle/jeep […]

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Island hopping in Port Barton (San Vicente, Palawan)

Kat in Pina Plata, Port Barton

Port Barton is one of the quieter parts of Palawan. It doesn’t have the grand karst formations and lagoons in El Nido or pristine lakes in Coron, but it has beautiful beaches and snorkeling areas. Tourists often visit here to unwind or have a relaxing beach holiday. Here I’m going to tell you about our […]

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Coron, Palawan: My realizations from traveling solo for the first time

Solo travel to Coron, Palawan

As I’m writing the first draft of this article, I am drinking coffee from a veranda waiting for the sunrise in this paradise. Yes, no other word aptly describes this place – its clear lakes, green lagoons and tall borders of limestone karsts, seas thriving with corals and colorful fishes and shipwrecks open for exploration. I […]

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El Nido Travel Guide: Backpacking in a P7000 budget

Nacpan Beach in El Nido, Palawan | budget-friendly El Nido travel guide

So here’s a budget-friendly El Nido travel guide, i.e., how to travel to El Nido, Palawan, with about P7000 for 5 days. Contrary to popular belief, vacationing to El Nido can be as cheap as in any other provinces in the Philippines. I’m not really sure why there’s a public perception that you need P10,000-P12,000 per person or even […]

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