Puerto Princesa Vacation Packages

Puerto Princesa Vacation Packages

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Neal Patrick Joseph Ocampo

Neal Patrick Joseph Ocampo

30/05/2024, 20:22
Review of Fun 10-Day Nature & Adventure Tour Package to Bohol, Cebu, El Nido & Puerto Princesa Palawan

My life and business partner, Tim, and I had a great time! I booked a 10-day tour through Guide to the Philippines. At first, I just felt that handing over our precious holiday to someone else was a bit uncomfortable, but we are so glad we did! This team of passionate professionals did everything they could to ensure we had an incredible holiday! The tour itself was extraordinary. We traveled to Bohol, Cebu, El Nido, and Puerto Princesa, beautiful places here in the Philippines, where we got to partake in some great activities like island hopping, folk dancing, lunch while river cruising, snorkeling, volleyball, kayaking, swimming with whale sharks and feeding monkeys; possibly a bit too wild, as we also bolted on all of the additional extras like mangrove boating, zip lining, and hiking, but that was more us, biting off more than we could chew but we don’t regret a thing! All the staff, from the airlines to the hotel and the tour itself, even those I only talked to through email whenever I have questions, are outstanding at doing their job! They took care of us like we were friends for a long time. To share why I need to have this vacation, I struggled to produce creative thoughts for the past few months (March to April), and I had to postpone some of my plans due to my lack of motivation to accomplish many important agendas. During the vacation, however, after doing some cleansing, grounding, and centering works in El Nido and thanksgiving offerings to nature (we are animistic), both during our easy and free time and a 10-day business with a leisure getaway, I'm always fired on by ingenious and innovative thoughts. And the thing is, I don't feel drained and exhausted physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. I can still work early in the morning until evening without checking my pulse to see if it is still beating. And everything I do is yielding positive results! I'm more than happy than ever! Knowing how a tour like this can help you escape challenging times is incredible. I actually like this routine and my newly gained stamina. I'm just amazed by myself now. So once again, thank you, Guide to the Philippines, for giving us such an adventure! I'm planning to take my whole team to El Nido next year, so I expect we will book another tour through your site!

David Gregory

David Gregory

19/02/2024, 00:34
Review of 5-Day Nature & Islands Adventure Package to Puerto Princesa and El Nido Palawan

Guide to the Philippines has really helped me to get around Palawan, and always making sure if I was comfortable. That was really nice! Hotels -Hue hotel was perfect! Very nice and comfortable, and great styling. The food was super, and the staff nice. The breakfast options were amazing!!! -For the budget option i was supposed to have another hotel, but because it was so busy, I had to switch to Marianne hotel. A hotel that is not finished yet, and still under construction, so no pool and quite some noise and building site smells. Room was all right, but the cleaning could have been better (water stains on mirror and such). Breakfast was not so good, the second day I even chose to have it somewhere else. Transport The transport was arranged perfectly! Nice drivers and on time. Tours - underground river was amazing! Otherworldly! We were lucky because of the weather, other ones were canceled. Lunch was ok. Apparently people could choose an add on to this tour, and go ziplining. Some chose to do this, resulting in having to wait for quite a while. Could have done without that, -honda bay tour was super! The lunch they prepared was absolutely lovely, and the guide took well care of us. We saw some lovely islands and beautiful beaches! Good atmosphere! - Tour C El Nido : i was supposed to be on another tour but in all confusion, i ender up on this one. It was too crowded, and the boat with 30 capacity had 43 tourists on it. After asking, they had to get extra life jackets from another boat. It was not comfortable with so many people on the boat and on the islands. It really was mass tourism, but at least I saw the beautiful nature! All in all, I am very happy I had the help of Guide to the Philippines and would definitely book again! But no more El Nido! Thank you!

Frequently asked questions

What are the most popular tourist spots in Puerto Princesa?

Puerto Princesa is one of the best places to visit in the Philippines. The Underground River, also known as the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, is the most famous attraction in Puerto Princesa and is one of the UNESCO heritage sites in the Philippines. Honda Bay island hopping tours in Puerto Princesa, where you may discover gorgeous islands with white sand beaches, are also extremely popular. Other ecotourism attractions in Puerto Princesa include mangrove forests, historically significant caverns such as Tabon Cave, and World War II ruins such as the Plaza Cuartel.

How many days should I spend in Puerto Princesa?

It is recommended that you remain for one to two days in Puerto Princesa if you merely wish to enjoy light travel after completing the Philippine travel requirements. Alternatively, if you want to see the entire Puerto Princesa area, you should stay for 4 days and 3 nights or longer to see other sights and enjoy additional activities included in a Puerto Princesa package, such as participating in a Puerto Princesa city tour, joining a Puerto Princesa underground river tour, and other Puerto Princesa tours. You can also extend your vacation by visiting nearby resort towns like Coron and El Nido. Most Palawan tour packages include Coron tours and El Nido tours perfect for all kinds of travelers.

During your stay in Puerto Princesa, it is highly recommended to check in at the best Puerto Princesa hotels included in top Palawan resorts packages for a more convenient trip.

What should I pack for a Puerto Princesa trip?

Because most Philippine guided tours in Puerto Princesa include sightseeing and island hopping, cotton shirts, sunscreen, and a hat are recommended to protect your skin from the sun and heat. If you're going on a Puerto Princesa vacation package tour, bring a waterproof bag for your gadgets to avoid getting them wet or damaged.

How long is the travel time from Manila to Puerto Princesa?

You have various options coming from Manila to Puerto Princesa. You can take a flight leaving Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport on the way to Puerto Princesa International Airport. The travel time by air is 1 hour and a half. You can also do ferry travel and go to Puerto Princesa, where you will arrive in 24 hours or more.

When is the best time to go to Puerto Princesa?

Because there is less likelihood of rain between December and March, it is the best time to visit Puerto Princesa.

What is included in a Puerto Princesa Tour Package?

When you choose one of our all-inclusive Philippine holiday packages, you'll see that some already include airfare, transportation, and accommodations at some of the country's greatest beach resorts. This makes your journey less complicated and more enjoyable. If you desire a more luxurious vacation, several packages include stays at honeymoon resorts and 5-star hotels in the Philippines. Couples can also check out our vacation packages for couples for a romantic break.

What languages are spoken in Puerto Princesa?

The Palawanon and Cuyonon dialects are widely spoken in Puerto Princesa. The majority of the people here can communicate in Tagalog and rudimentary English, especially those who run Puerto Princesa tours.
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