Palawan is often called the Philippines’ last frontier – its 1,768 islands remain largely unsettled and are home to an astounding array of terrestrial, avian, and aquatic species.

Declared a fish and wildlife sanctuary in 1967, Palawan features more than 11,000 square kilometers of pristine coral reef and countless colorful marine species. It lies at the heart of the Coral Triangle, the 5.7 million square kilometers of ocean known as “Amazon of the seas”. It is no wonder that Palawan has been hailed as one of the best island destinations in the world.

Explore the charm of the various historic wreck sites and Palawan’s diverse marine life with our great dive packages

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