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Pristine Beach

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Pristine Beach

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Abueg Street, Puerto Princesa, Palawan Island Philippines
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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.
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Agsmith004 wrote a review Feb 2020
Portishead, United Kingdom18 contributions17 helpful votes
Staying not in the city for a next day flight and decided to walk down and find this beach, you can trike as well for 50 pesos. Usual trek to get to the entrance down an unmade up track but we caught it late morning and it was quiet, not even anyone there to take the entrance fee. Sand is white and the water is unbelievably warm, it’s not a big beach but when it’s as quiet as we found it then it’s great. If you are stuck for something to do for a half a day in Puerto Princessa you could do worse.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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lenaelghoul wrote a review Dec 2019
Beirut, Lebanon39 contributions7 helpful votes
it's not a beach where you can lay down and swim: it's more for local where they gather to spend the day 50 pesos entry and 60 pesos to reach there
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Boo Jerry wrote a review Nov 2019
Weymouth, United Kingdom228 contributions102 helpful votes
Went to this beach because it was the nearest one to where we were staying. 60peso in a Tuk tuk, down a dirt track. We had to pay 50peso each to enter the beach and we stayed about 5 minutes before leaving. The beach is muddy, dirty, full of flu ridden dogs and rubbish. By far the opposit to “pristine” !!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Mikmik Gutual wrote a review May 2019
Manila, Philippines113 contributions8 helpful votes
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The place never failed to amaze. It’s the same beach just like I remember when we were kids. The entrance fee is affordable. If you’re a solo traveller you can still go here. There’s a lot of place where you can place your stuff.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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duhoz wrote a review Apr 2019
Beroun, Czech Republic4,520 contributions375 helpful votes
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The closest beach to Puerto Princesa with shallow water. The entrance is 50 PHP but you can get for free if you take the turn before the way leading the to the beach. This is the way which the locals take, I just follow them As I was curious where so many people heading. The beach unfortunate does not reflect its name but is is OK if you want to splash in the sea in Puerto Princesa. To get there take a 10 minutes tricycle ride or 30 minutes walk from downtown.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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