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A beguiling region of island hopping and underwater adventures

The elongated island province of Palawan is one of the more sparsely populated parts of the Philippines and a top destination for travellers seeking a tropical wilderness experience. Caves, waterfalls, uncrowded beaches and a marine park centred on a reef in the Sulu Sea, it’s a magnet for those looking to get away from it all.

Why visit Palawan?

  • Natural paradise
  • Breathtaking beaches
  • Staggering limestone cliffs
  • Superb dive sites
  • Snorkelling opportunities
  • Island hopping
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Club Paradise Coron - Aerial

Club Paradise

From £84 pp

An exclusive island resort located in a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

Cauayan Resort - Infinity Pool

Cauayan Island Resort

From £189 pp

This luxury resort embodies the pristine beauty of its captivating natural surroundings and provides a wonderful haven of comfort and tranquility.

El Nido Miniloc Island - Aerial

El Nido Resort

From £199 pp
Bronze Plus

Tucked into a beautiful cove with an incredible backdrop.

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The facts:

Getting there: It is approximately 1 hour 20 minutes by air from Manila to Basuanga on the island of Coron.

Best time to travel: Palawan enjoys a tropical to subtropical climate with two main seasons – the dry from November to May and the rainy from June to October. Temperatures in the dry season range between 25-29C and short bursts of rain can be expected as the seasons change. During the rainy season heavy rain and tropical storms are quite frequent.

Palawan climate:

Palawan Climate Chart