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Calauit Island Wildlife Sanctuary - Its 3,700 hectare area is devoted to a wildlife preserved. African animals from Kenya such as giraffes and elands, zebras and gazelles co-exist with endemic Philippine animals like the Palawan bearcat, mousedeer and peacock pheasant. Modest accomodations are available for an overnight stay.
Advisable visiting time is between 5:00 to 7:00 a.m. Tourists are required to secure permit at the Office of Palawan Council for Sustainable Development located in Coron.
There are no regular transportation
facilities in the area, thus, tourists are advised to hire a
Source of Information: Department of Tourism, Philippines
Coron Reefs - Seven enchanting lakes surrounded by craffy limestone cliffs attracts hundreds of nature lovers to this island in northern Palawan, near the town of Coron.
Location : Busuanga
Coron Reefs - Seven enchanting lakes surrounded by craggy limestone cliffs attract hundreds of nature lovers to this island in northern Palawan, near the town of Coron.
Location : Northern Palawan near Coron
El Nido Marine Reserve - Occupying an area of 96,000 hectares, this popular nature spot boasts of diverse ecosystems such as rainforest, mangroves, white sand beaches, coral reefs, and limestone cliffs. It is now one of the country's premier destination. Blessed with extraordinary natural scenery, El Nido is the sanctuary for various forms of wildlife. Countless varieties of fish are also found here. Manta rays are a common sight; when in season, divers may see one of the world's rarest marine mammal, the sea cow (known locally as "dugong").
Accommodations are available at El Nido Resorts on the Miniloc and Lagen Islands. El Nido Resorts are noted for their hidden lagoons, palm forests, orchids and offshore cruise points. A part from the crozy accomodations, recreational facilities and aqua sports equipment are also available to tourists.
Location : Miniloc Island, El
St. Paul Subterranean River National Park - This river flows within a deep cavern under rugged limestone and marble cliffs, a special feature of the park. Known as one of the world's wonders, this river stretches eight kilometers deep into an underground lagoon with crystalline waters Within the hallowed recesses, one winds through the tunnel aboard a paddle boat outriggers to be enthralled at every turn which reveals stalactite pillars, rock formations and domed amphitheaters.
Location : Bahile, Puerto Princesa
Honda Bay - The bay consists of several islets with shallow reefs bordering fabulous beaches which have become the favorite swimming, snorkeling, and diving destinations of local residents and tourists. These islets are the Cannon (Cowrie) Island, Bat Island, Lu-li Island (derived from the word "lulubog-lilitaw", meaning floating and sinking island, is visible only during low tide), Meara Marina, Starfish Island (known for its fine white sand and clear water that teems with starfish), Snake Island (an island with a long stretch of time white sand shaped like a snake), Pandan Island, and Señorita Island (the breeding site of Lapu-Lapu fish). Lodging facilities are avilable for overnight stays in the islands of Meara Marina and Starfish (Sandbar Resort).
Location : Sta. Lourdes Tagbanua,
Puerto Princesa City
Tubbataha Reefs National Marine Park - Tubbataha is reputed as the country's best dive spot. The park was named a World Heritage Site because of its abundant marine life. Provides neophyte divers with their first encounter with a Tubbataha shark. The reef itself is gradual in slope with a good variety of invertebrates and reef fishes. Tubbataha Island consists of two islets with lots of soft corals and small caves where tip and nurse sharks nap, as well as turtles and manta rays. The northern islet, called "Bird Island", has costs which abound with fish schools, reef ray, leopard all these glories. Tubbataha Islands and its environs was declared by the World Tourism Association as a Herritage Site.
Location : Cagayancillo town
Tabon Cave - Known as the "Cradle of Philippine Civilization", Tabon Caves consist of a series of chambers where anthropologists discovered the remains of crude man and his tools. Anthropological significance came to the fore with the discovery of the 22,000 year old Tabon Man in its interior decades ago, along with other artifacts.
Location : Quezon
Ursula Island Game Refuge and Bird Sanctuary - This Island is the heaven for birds that converge here two hour before sunset, to take their rest after a day's long flight.
Location : Rio Tuba Village,
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The sound of a wind time in the summer breeze is very relaxing and making one can
occupy the children for an afternoon. The materials you will need are items that will
make a pretty sound when they rub against each other (shells, beads, or even old utensils), something sharp to poke a hole through each item, a hammer, string, a round
item (a lid or piece of wood) for the top, and a hook to hang the wind chime.
Once all the items are collected the adult should use the hammer and sharp object (such
as a screwdriver) to make a hole in each object. If the item is too hard to make a hole in
(like a rock) tie string around it several times until it is secured. After the holes are made tie a piece of string to each item. Make a Wind Chime
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