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Puerto Princesa: Shared UNESCO Underground River Day Tour
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Puerto Princesa: Shared UNESCO Underground River Day Tour

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With this tour, you'll get to visit one of the longest navigable underground river in the world. With the help of your guide, you'll get to know more of Puerto Princesa and the wonderful flora and fauna found only in our island. Book this trip if you wish to have a fun-filled day in the city.<br><br>The activity includes pick up from your hotel within 15 kilometers of the airport. We will advise you of your exact pick up time before 7 PM the day prior so you know what time you'll prepare. Have a heavy breakfast because travel time from the city to the wharf is 2 hours. <br><br>Waiting time is inevitable considering that this is one of the most popular tours in Puerto Princesa. Despite this, your guide will endeavor to provide you with one of the most memorable trips in Palawan.<br><br>Lunch will be served at a local restaurant and after, you have the option to join a zip line flight and help the local community who organizes this activity. <br><br>You'll be back at your hotel at around 4 PM.
US$37.50 per adult
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Khaled K wrote a review Feb 2020
Dubai, United Arab Emirates17 contributions6 helpful votes
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Before visiting el nido I’ve done my research and it was very mixed up info , so here is some Clarity 1- Taraw : is the mountain u see every where in el nido town It can be arranged via some tour agencies to climb it up cost =800php per person “ that wut we paid ” they provide a guide & per of gloves that’s it! Timing 4:30 , 6 & 7 am It should take an hour each way up & down but it depends on ur abilities It’s very challenging & Requires high physicality as it’s a vertical walls of sharp stones with no safety gear wut so ever , So to make it clear it’s a climbing not hiking activity Also if u r basophilic “ the fear of falling “ or u r afraid of heights please don’t do it , coz u would be able to finish it as the last part will give u give u a heart attack “ happened to me & I couldn’t finish, if not the climbing is fun “ my friend enjoyed it very much & the view from above is breathtaking 2- Canopy : is a man made steps, bridge& platform Where it will allow ppl like me to see the same view but without losing their mind , it’s very short trip up & down almost 10 min each way it costs 400php includes a guide, helmet& u will be attached to zip line till u reach the platform no need for tour Agency here , it’s organized by an office downstairs of the walk timing 8:5 views from over there is incredible 3- dream walk : It’s just An add on to canopy where instead of going back the same way u came up , u will be going through a dream catcher “ a spiderwebbed like platform facing the amazing view it cost additional 400php per person & u can ask for it it from the begging or decided when u r up there and pay when u r down “ we didt do though “ U must do one of theses 3 or all of them if u can as the view from up there is instagram worthy
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Anson Fletcher wrote a review Feb 2020
Scotland, United Kingdom7 contributions
Not worth the money we managed to get it for P300 but still very disappointed. We thought we doing the dream catcher but we did only a walk over bridge to view platform. We told another P400 to do dream catcher
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Daniël A wrote a review Feb 2020
Oslo, Norway27 contributions4 helpful votes
So to avoid some misunderstandings here: you can do the official route. There you will find the rope ladders and stairs. This is where you'll find two routes. There's also an unofficial way to go. This can be quite dangerous. You'll get gloves and sometimes a helmet and start climbing after a guide. There are 3 'walls' you'll climb. One in a 90 degrees angle. Its far more exciting than following a well made path for 400 pesos. This costs 700 but will easily blow your mind. Not doable on slippers. They tend to leave at 4.30 AM to watvh sunrise. Ask around the central bakery in town and you'll get in contact with the guys doing this exciting route! P.S. Leave the kids at home
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Date of experience: February 2020
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JeddaCath wrote a review Feb 2020
Boston, Massachusetts980 contributions172 helpful votes
We took the Canopy walk price 400 pesos. We didn’t do the Dreamwatcher. The “guide” (a young boy) was not professional. He started running on the bridge which caused the bridge to wobble and a member of our group lost her balance fell on the bridge despite the harness. Luckily she didn’t injure her hips or ankles. The company needs to train these kids on safety-first. I don’t just write a review out of spite, I do write a lot on TripAdvisor
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Date of experience: February 2020
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MHL wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom223 contributions38 helpful votes
Spectacular views, beautiful rocky & green surroundings! Very picturesque. It’s bit more challenging canopy walk then those I’ve done in past. Make sure you have good walking/ hiking shoes as you’ll need them especially for the first, which is also last steep part. Don’t wear flip flops like I did.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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