Puerto Princesa Tours and Activities

Puerto Princesa Tours and Activities

Discover natural wonders in Puerto Princesa with these tours. Be enchanted by the UNESCO World Heritage site, the Underground River, watch the fireflies at Iwahig River, hop around the islands in Honda Bay, and explore the city to immerse with the locals.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the most popular tourist spots in Puerto Princesa?

Puerto Princesa is most known for the Underground River or Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park. It is also famous for Honda Bay island hopping tours where you can explore pristine islands with white sand beaches. Puerto Princesa also houses other ecotourism sites like mangrove forests, historically significant caves like Tabon Cave, and World War II sites like the Plaza Cuartel

When is the best time to go to Puerto Princesa?

The best time to go to Puerto Princesa is during the dry season of November to May.

How much time should I spend in Puerto Princesa?

To explore the best attractions of Puerto Princesa, it’s ideal to spend at least 3-4 days.

What other destinations are near Puerto Princesa?

Puerto Princesa is nearby Palawan destinations like El Nido, San Vicente, Taytay, and Roxas. It is actually known as a jump-off point for these destinations since Puerto Princesa has an international airport. 

Is it safe in Puerto princesa?

Puerto Princesa and the province of Palawan is considered as one of the safest and most tourist-friendly places in the Philippines. But like other destinations, you should always keep your valuables secured and only transact with accredited tour operators or representatives.

What languages do locals speak in Puerto Princesa?

The majority of locals in Puerto Princesa can speak Filipino and English. Cuyonon is their local dialect, with some speaking Hiligaynon and other Visayan languages.

Can I travel to Puerto Princesa from El Nido, Coron, and San Vicente/Port Barton?

Puerto Princesa is a major jump-off point to other Palawan destinations so it’s very accessible. Puerto Princesa is accessible via land travel from El Nido and San Vicente/Port Barton. From Coron, Puerto Princesa is accessible via boat and chartered flights.

What's the best way to get around Puerto Princesa?

Local transportation when getting around Puerto Princesa is by motorcycle, tricycle, jeepney, and private vans. Hiring private vans for tours is the most convenient way for you to explore Puerto Princesa.

Is there a mobile data signal or Wi-Fi in Puerto Princesa?

There is mobile data signal in most parts of Puerto Princesa, especially in the City Center. The majority of the hotels in Puerto Princesa also offer Wi-Fi.

What is there to do in Puerto Princesa at night?

At night, you can stroll in the Baywalk Park or hangout at Palaweño Brewery and try their local craft beers. You can also experience the Puerto Princesa nightlife at Tiki Resto Bar and Kinabuchs Grill and Bar.