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Ugong Rock

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Address: Tagabinet, Puerto Princesa, Palawan Island, Philippines
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Amazing Underground River Cruise and Ugong Rock Adventure from Puerto Princesa
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caving & rock climbing is still one of the best thing for me, good to experience it again in Palawan. New experience for me here is the zipline adventure. I love the experience... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Shiela S
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

caving & rock climbing is still one of the best thing for me, good to experience it again in Palawan. New experience for me here is the zipline adventure. I love the experience and want to experience again in some other place.

Thank Shiela S
Kissimmee, Florida
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

Beautiful rock formation. Be in good health. Mines not the best but I did it and so glad I did. At the end you have the choice to zip line down or walk back down.

Thank Tholl0121
Singapore, Singapore
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I never thought that I'll ever experience spelunking in this lifetime, but at Ugong Rock, I came to love it and may be doing this again, though in a different location sometime soon. A whole family with an 8 year old child was with us on this tour. It also gave us 2 options for a scenic zip line. This... More 

Thank Lizzyme318
Lloydminster, Canada
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

unforgettable place for the whole family ,, no idea yet of the place .. our Tour Guide Ms. Alma just suggest Ugong for the Whole Family.. 17 of us went here ... really a good hiking / adventure for adults and teens coz you have to be physically fit,, full of fun and very exciting..Overall experience was really Good ..... More 

Thank TravellerMLP P
Puerto Princesa, Philippines
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

nothing spoils a meal for me like cigarette smoke. it seems like most people in the restaurant were smokers. too bad. also the Cesar salad i had was just a normal salad with mayonase. not good. I'd give this place a miss unless your a smoker.

Thank Realgron
Kuwait City, Kuwait
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It was not an easy adventure! it was really challenging especially if you are not physically fit! You have to climb (several climbs between rocks!) and needs to pass through some caves and a lot of walking. But once you reached the area of zipline oh! All the hardships will be gone instantly! The zipline adventure was really really fun... More 

Thank Kim I
Northampton, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

We stopped at Ugong Rock on our way to the underwater cave and I'm so glad we did! We paid 550 pesos each to climb inside a cave and once you reach the top you zipwire to the bottom! It was an amazing experience and our tour guide and fellow cave climber was very informative and helpful. She was always... More 

Thank ZoeSmith2131
Southampton, United Kingdom
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Reviewed March 18, 2017 via mobile

Ugong Rock, a 25 minute tricycle ride from Sabang is worth visiting. Once having watched a safety video and the available zip line options we paid our fees and were fitted with a helmet and given gloves to wear. Our guide helped us through the trail and cave, taking many pictures of us on our phones. He informed us about... More 

Thank Sunrise83
Pasig, Philippines
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Reviewed March 17, 2017 via mobile

Because of this experience, my wife and I are now planning to do a mountain climb in the next few months. The climb is tough, the history is rich and the view at the top is priceless. Going down, we took the sitting zip line (you have the option to sit or to do a superman pose). We loved it.

Thank Jake L
San Diego, California
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Reviewed March 16, 2017

This tour is not for person that are PLUS SIZE or Fat. You need to be in somewhat good shape to ascend the rock amd go through the bottom rock. I squeezzzzze throuh and barly made it. All in all it was fun.

Thank Sam M

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