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Palawan is made known to be one of the best destinations for 2020. Some have always preferred to repeat the tours available in the area - yet taking a detour would be such an experience as well!

Given the travel restrictions, it’s now the best time to gather information and start [code: PHTH15A1COAAR6AB - view details here: https://bit.ly/PHTRHunt] planning for your next safe trip to Palawan. Here are some areas which aren’t crowd-heavy and worth the visit.

Nacpan Beach, El Nido

This powdery sand beach is actually what they call the Tour E in El Nido, Palawan. It’s mostly known for campers who want to get away from crowds. Good news! We’ve asked around some nice local tricycle drivers, and apparently, they can bring you there too aside from the shuttle service available in El Nido. With fewer people to be around with, we think this is one of the best ways to see this silent paradise.

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Iwahig, Puerto Princesa

Puerto Princesa’s a great city that can accommodate tourists to go to El Nido. We suggest that you take some days to stay here for not only Port Barton that’s breathtaking here. This river cruise can bring you a night of wonders - Iwahig Firefly Watching. It isn’t really a common activity for local tourists but it is an unexpected one of a kind experience that everyone should try out.

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Culion, Coron

Ever wonder what it feels like to go back to the 1900s? Culion is not much of a noise for travelers bound to Coron but it is a remembrance of how our history and culture are molded today. Known for its heritage tours, it brings you back to our Spanish-era where isolated priests and caregivers lived. Just take a passenger boat from Coron center and go back the next day.

These lesser crowd-heavy destinations should let you still enjoy yourself with careful contracting. So, make your travels happen once travel restrictions are lifted!

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