Experience the untainted beauty of a tropical paradise with this day tour of Port Barton in Palawan. If you are staying in Puerto Princesa and want to enjoy island life without the crowds, this private trip is for you.
Dubbed as a mini version of the world-popular tourist attraction, Port Barton is often compared with El Nido, but in a more positive light. It is on the northwest coast of Palawan and is the ideal getaway for travelers who want to experience white sand and clear blue waters.
After being picked up from your accommodation in Puerto Princesa, you will make your way to Port Barton. Be greeted by the tranquil and serene village and cherish the quietness and simplicity this island offers. Sink your toes in the powdery white sand or simply laze on the beach to get a tan. Make sure, however, to observe responsible tourism practices to keep the place pristine.
While this hidden gem is best for you to relax and unwind, you will definitely appreciate the warm hospitality of the people living there. They say life is slower near the equator and this is definitely true in Port Barton. Just relax on the hammock, hang out with the locals, and bask in the beauty of your surroundings.
From Port Barton, you will also visit nearby islets to enjoy more sun, sand, and sea. German Island is a private property where you can do some water sports. You can rent snorkeling gears and get up close and personal with the vibrant marine life.
Maxima Island, on the other hand, is where you can have your picnic-style lunch by the beach. Enjoy the food, stroll on the beach, and swim some more before you head back to Puerto Princesa.
Discover some hidden gems in Palawan by booking this private day tour from its capital. Check availability by choosing a date above.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited
- Tour itinerary is subject to change based on weather and tidal conditions. Tours will start only once operators are given permission to sail by the Local Government Unit (LGU) and the Philippine Coast Guard. Delays in start of tours or cancellation of tours affected by this is beyond the service providers’ control.