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    The province has two types of climate: the first type which occurs in the northern and southern extremities and the entire western coast, has two distinct seasons - six months dry and six months wet. The other type, which prevails in the eastern coast, has a short dry season of one to three months and no pronounced rainy period during the rest of the year. THe southern part of the province is virtually free from tropical depressions, but northern Palawan experiences torrential rains during the months of July and August. Summer months serve as Peak season for Palawan viewing. Sea voyage is most favorable from March to early June when the seas are calm.

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Source of Information: Department of Tourism, Philippines


    Palawan's total population is 640,486 based on the National Statistics Surveys with the growth rate of 3.67 percent annually. This figure includes native Palaweños and migrants from the various provinces within and outside Region IV.

    Palawan is the melting pot of 81 cultural groups and races who lives together in peace and harmony. Generall, the people are of Malay origin, but there is a strong influence from Borneo, China and the Middle East.

    Eighteen percent of the populace is composed of the following cultural minority groups: Tagbanua, Palawan, Batak, Ken-uy or Tao't Bato. The Muslim group is represented by the Jama-Mapuns, Molbog, Tausug and Samal-Bangingi tribes.

    The native born Palaweños still predominate the populace. They are characterized as very religious with a highly developed community spirit. They place a high value in education and are influential in shaping the political, cultural, social, and economic life the province. Next predominant groups are the Muslim and the Bataks.


    There are 52 dialects in the province, with Tagalog being spoken by 28 percent of the people. Other major dialects are Cuyunin (26.27), Pinalawan (11.08 percent) and Ilonggo (9.6 percent).

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This summer activity can be played in the park, the beach, or in your backyard. You can use props, actions or a combination of both. When you set-up an obstacle course it doesn’t even have to be for a bunch of kids, one person can play this game too. Obstacle Courses

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