Puerto Princesa Underground River

Puerto Princesa Underground River is located about 50 kilometers from downtown Puerto Princessa, Palawan, Puerto Princesa Filipina.Sungai Mountains located in Saint Paul on the north coast of Palawan island. The river is bordered by the Gulf of Saint Paul to the north and east of the river Babuyan. Puerto Princessa City Government has set up this river since 1992. And known as the Underground River Saint Paul.

Puerto Princesa River has a limestone karst mountain landscape with an underground river to navigate along the 8.2 kilometer. The cave contains formations of stalactites and stalagmites, and several large rooms. A distinguishing feature of this river is the wind blowing in the cave itself into the South China Sea.

Imagine yourself surrounded by more than 22,000 acres of natural beauty. You are in the middle of a dramatic landscape with jagged cliffs and limestone mountains jutting out from a sea of lush green tropical vegetation. If you are a bird watchers, the air was filled with flapping wings and voice calls of exotic parrots, hornbills, birds, herons and leaves. If you are a nature lover, you catch the eye movements of the lizard clumsily stumble through the rustling leaves and squirrels jumping from tree limb bent, while the monkey’s eyes flashing wildly curious peer back at you from behind the dark foliage. This place is wild geography and exotic wildlife have a dream. This is the Puerto Princesa Underground River National Park, Philippines.

Located about 50 km north of Puerto Princesa in Palawan island, which in turn is only an hour long flight from Manila, this UNESCO World Heritage Natural nest sites of biodiversity. Moreover, this is one of 28 finalists for the “New Seven Wonders of Nature” competition.

With such prominent awards, this park is worth exploring adventure hotspot. Historically speaking, the region has sparked interest for centuries, but not until March 26, 1971 Park was formally established as St Paul’s Underground River. In 1992, the limit is extended and the area was re-branded with a name now: Puerto Princesa Underground River National Park. In addition to a facelift, the management responsibilities have been transferred to the Government of Puerto Princesa City, which has since managed to build many-core areas of biology, reserves and protected areas balanced with a warm stream of healthy eco-tourism.

How do I visit Puerto Princesa:

Mostly, about 90 percent of visitors chose to get a room in the main city of Puerto Princesa, and then take the price of packaged and pretty comfortable day trip from the city center. Or, you yourself can make your way north of the Puerto-Roxas road to the town of Sabang, which is located on the outskirts of the Park. Jeepneys and buses ply the route at the rate of Php 200-300 for a three-hour trip.

Once in Sabang, there is a wide choice of accommodation can be found. Also, there are some entry fee to be considered. You will need to secure permission at the Tourist Information and Assistance Center at the dock Sabang for around Php 200. You can arrange boat transportation to the river for Php 700 up trip.The round should take no more than 15 minutes. After a five minute walk to the entrance, you will be given a boat and driver for the hour long journey to the cave

Great time to visit Puerto Princesa:

So far, the best time of year to visit Puerto Princesa Underground River National Park is during the dry season, which typically lasts from November to April. The sky is bright and clear and pleasant temperatures.

Flora and Fauna in Puerto Princesa Underground River :

Monkeys, squirrels and lizards are living comfortably on the beach tersebut.They find their niche on the beach near the cave.

The text above is information about Puerto Princesa Undergroaund River.I hope what I write cab be usefull.I want to write all about Sewen Wonders of Nature.So..wait the next my blog .Thank you..



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