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Palawan Island
Palawan is an island province of the Philippines. Palawan is made up of 1768 islands and is the second largest province of the Philippines, being the home of Lofty Mountains, Rainforests, and the World's Longest Underground River. Palawan is one of the Last Unexplored Islands in the Pacific, as well as the location of the 1997 James Bond thriller "Tomorrow Never Dies." Jacques Cousteau remarked that Palawan was the most beautiful place he ever explored.
About the climate on the islands of Palawan, the east coast has 4 months of dry season with rain possibility during the other 8 months. At our place, November and December are the wettest months. The west coast has 6 months dry and 6 months wet season. Sea travel between the islands is best between April to June. Then the ocean is calm and flat as a mirror.
Canon EOS Rebel GII 35mm SLR Camera Kit w/ EF 35-80mm LensI could not go so far in Palawan, but some friends of mine have done it and when they got home they told me how nice it was. Seeking information about the Palawan on the internet,they advised me to not pay attentiont on the pictures because they give me a lot of beautiful pictures from Palawan and because the reality is much better.The hotels are actually called cottages and they are very clean with all the confort , and ideally located in front of one of the beach, which can actually be considered as your own private beach.If u if you're good and you want, you can practice Snorkeling,scuba diving and lots of fun activities.Also u can plan different trips on others islands.What could I say about the stuff from the Hotels,hmm…my friends tell me that they are very friendly,actually it was very sad for them to leave this little paradise called Palawan.
Enjoy some beautiful pictures from Palawan Island:


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12 comments:

  1. wow these images are killing me lol This place looks amazing It is great to be able to see the different lands that are out there in this great world. Thank You for bringing them to our eyes,
    Jim
    http://jpweddingphotograpy.blogspot.com/2011/02/tutorial-anatomy-of-creating-wedding.html

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  2. Wow...I really can't express myself. Its is sooo Beautiful! Thanks for sharing the beautiful pictures.

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  3. Very beautiful thanks for sharing

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  4. woa!
    I'm from Philippines.
    It's so nice that there is someone like you who is blogging about this.
    Promote Philippine tourism!
    haha.
    Love it!
    <3

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  5. I would love to be here now!!! These pics are gorgeous!

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  6. Wow...very nice...good picture, how do i get there?
    i follow u bro...please follow me back :)
    nice share, i hope to get there...

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  7. Wow! Great Shots! I'm from the Philippines but I haven't even visited Palawan! Your pics are compelling enough to make me want to go there asap! ;-P I'm following you now!

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  8. Beautiful. There is something so magical about an island. I just love all the water!

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  9. hi baracea, u picked the most beautiful photos..especially the fourth last photo, with the two huts-it looks so serene and relaxing. The beach and sea looks so clean and unspoilt.
    didnt realise that palawan has almost 2000 islands.

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  10. this site has some fabulous photos to dream over..weather is cold here in kentucky....wish I was there today. i will come back here on days I need a moment of peace. thanks you.

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  11. Love Palawan! So many people go to Boracay but Palawan is so nice and relaxed. A good spot for kitesurfing also.

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