PALAWAN: Coron Travel Guide

Coron in Palawan has been dropping jaws for years.  This island is blissfully rung with bone-white beaches and jade-colored lakes hemmed in by karst limestone hills. This is why Coron attracts many travelers.   In 1998, the indigenous tribe of Tagbanua in Coron Island – ancestors of some of the oldest people in the Philippines – were awarded Certificate of …

EL NIDO, PALAWAN: TRAVEL GUIDE

You won’t have seen El Nido if you haven’t experienced island hopping here. This place is gorgeously studded with breath-snatching limestone cliffs that cradle swirling mix of aquamarine water and gleaming talcum sand, plus jade-colored lagoons that look miles away from the ordinary.   To help you plan your El Nido tours and island hopping, here is my El Nido travel …

PALAWAN: Paradise Found

The sun is bestowing its early morning blessing; shimmering in the stunningly clear waters. Rainbow colored fish flurry the colossal coral plates that have risen from the seafloor. I swivel like a thrilled child while surveying the underwater glories. Parrotfish (Scaridae) and royal angelfish (Pygoplites diacanthus) glided by, damsel fish (Pomacentridae)  drift near large plate corals, Moorish idols (Zanclus cornutus) …