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  • KMLinares
    Palawan Island, Philippines12 contributions
    We did our "wows" the moment we got out of the boat. The place was clean(especially the toilet). Lots of duyans to rest on. The design of the place is superb. Will come back for more.
    Written April 15, 2023
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  • czirisa
    County Cork, Ireland37 contributions
    great place, one of two resorts on the island ( the other is somewhere on the north), beautiful beach, lots of wildlife, jungle around
    Written June 11, 2019
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  • Carl W
    Antwerp, Belgium10 contributions
    OMG !!..spectacular beach with dense palm trees lining the shores and crystal clear blue water.. there were only 4 people on the whole beach when we came
    Written October 2, 2023
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  • Everything but the best. White sand, beautiful water, relaxing place. We paid 100 pesos for the entrance fee since its a private island and its not included in some tours. But its all worth it. This is the highlight of my travel vlog. Link on my bio
    Written April 2, 2020
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  • John G
    Newbury, UK3 contributions
    Port Barton is a unique location that has managed to preserve its beauty and keep mass tourism at bay
    Written June 2, 2020
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  • Eden N
    Port Barton, Philippines23 contributions
    Perfect place to read a book while listening to the falling water and feel the breeze... We really enjoyed our holidays and hope you guys also visit this place. An hour walking/trek from port Barton town and you can also rent a motorbike in Port Barton.
    Written February 2, 2020
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  • Eloie Explorer
    118 contributions
    Long Beach in San Vicente, Palawan has been named as such because of the 14-km stretch of coastline where one can do about anything one hopes to accomplish on a relaxing vacation.

    That is, only one's own choice of pictures to post on social media will remain the only intrusion one will ever encounter. No need to fear the noise and crowd that define the rest of the other beach destinations in the Philippines.

    Indulge in swimming, sun-bathing, playing beach volleyball, jogging. Embark on a sunset cruise in the summer season or a sunset album for your instagram.

    Definitely an amazing way to amass stories worth a lifetime.
    Written October 7, 2022
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  • Lightning_jack
    Las Pinas, Philippines332 contributions
    Bigaho Falls is one of our tour destinations when while visiting San Vicente and this waterfall is the main highlight of our trip. From the beach shore, we walked to the waterfall for about 25 minutes. Before reaching the waterfall, we need to pay 50 pesos per person.

    When we reached the waterfall, we were the only people there. It's nice to have privacy on our own while enjoying the gift of nature.
    Written November 4, 2019
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  • panglover
    Ashford, UK275 contributions
    The coral was amazing I've never really done snorkeling before but I'm glad my friends pushed me to, but the coral was amazing seeing the fish even seeing a large turtle swimming was just amazing, definitely would do it again
    Written June 13, 2019
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  • Andrew Bouyounes
    Makati, Philippines28 contributions
    Excellent, clean, relaxing, some snorkeling. A favorite place for tourists, excellent place to take beautiful pictures
    Written December 24, 2018
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  • RitaPicarraRamos
    Lisbon, Portugal48 contributions
    I went there with one of the fisherman families that takes care of one the kubos. We had food together and hiked to one of the high parts of the island, to their other hut. The view was incredible. One of the owners of the island was there finishing a deal to sell to an investor, so if you can go there, go before they "ruin" it. The reefs around are incredible, the water is warm, tranquil and clean. We played volley, badminton, had meals and listened to music with the inhabitants. The only down side are the nik nik, these pesky sand flies that bit me all over my body, and whose bites you can be allergic too and are really really itchy. Take a repelent!
    Written June 24, 2017
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  • Florent H
    North Sulawesi, Indonesia116 contributions
    A very charming place just 10 minutes away from Port Barton.
    To get there rent a bike or a scooter. I personally recommend a semi-automatic bike as a fair portion of the road is muddy and rocky. You clearly don't need to be an expert driver ( I am clearly not) but I wouldn't advise complete beginners to drive by themselves there.
    Once you get there, there is no entrance fee unlike the waterfalls near el Nido (over there they charge 350php per person). Here it works on donations. We were 2 people and gave 150php.
    You can park your bike at the entrance and ask the people to keep your helmet.
    There is a 15ish minutes walk on a beautiful jungle path. A very easy and relax walk.
    Once there you will see a beautiful waterfall with litteraly nobody there except for the hundreds of butterflies and dragonflies.

    If you are seeking peace and serenity then that's a good one to do.
    Written June 3, 2023
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