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Irawan Crocodile Farming Institute - The Irawan Crocodile Farming Institute aims to preserves and further research studies on endangered species of crocodiles.
One of the structures is a "Hospital" for sick and disabled crocodiles. It also intends to make good use of the raw materials derived from crocodile skin.
The place is also maintains a
Mini-Zoo featuring some of Palawan's endemic animals. Visiting
hours are from 1:30 to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday and 9:00 a.m.
to 12:00 nn and 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., Saturday. Feeding time is
every Monday and Thursday afternoon.
Source of Information:
Department of Tourism, Philippines
Iwahig Penal Farm - The colony encompasses a 37 hectare
scenic farm planted with coconut palm
Location : Puerto Princesa City
Vista Luz Picnic Grounds - The Vista Luz Picnic Grounds offer facilities like cottages and picnic huts. Locals come on weekends for swimming and picnicking. THe biggest hut called the pavilion is good for groups of up to 100 persons. Two cottages, each with two beds,electric fan and private bathroom are available for an overnight stay.
Location : Circulation Road,
Puerto Princesa City
Nasin-aw White Beach and Silica Beach - A seaside fan place for those who wish to indulge in marine pleasures without leaving the confines of the city. The fine white sand and clears waters of White Beach make it a perfect spot for swimming. A few picnic tables were installed but an overnight stay is not possible since there are no accomodation facilities here.
Location : Puerto Princesa CIty
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Flying a kite is good exercise and a lot of fun (even if you don’t get the kite up in the air).
Instead of going out and buying a kite, make one instead. You will need fabric (or very
strong paper), strong glue, two wooden dowels and string.
To begin, lay the two dowels in a cross position and use some of the string to lash the
sticks together into that position. You will do this by weaving the string in and out of the
dowels. Once the dowels are secure, put glue on the string and leave it to dry. Once this is done you should have a strong frame for your kite. Making a Kite
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