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Old Sep 14th 2005, 7:10 pm   #1
Alphonse D.
 
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Hello,
Somebody can it say to me what can be interesting to see in Palawan except
for El Nido that I know already
Thanks


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Old Sep 14th 2005, 8:54 pm   #2
Markus Weiss
 
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"Alphonse D." <nospammalado@noos.fr> writes:

    > Hello,
    > Somebody can it say to me what can be interesting to see in Palawan except
    > for El Nido that I know already

Underground river. Great nature, jungle treks. Port Barton, laid back
beach.
 
Old Sep 15th 2005, 12:12 am   #3
Steve Kramer
 
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"Alphonse D." wrote:
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    > Hello,
    > Somebody can it say to me what can be interesting to see in Palawan except
    > for El Nido that I know already
    > Thanks

Try Coron Bay in northern Palawan. There are 6 WW II shipwrecks at
divable depths there, a nice village with good accomodations, and
friendly people. See
http://seatraveler.com/coron.htm for some photos. A nice place for a
week's vacation.

Steve Kramer
"PhotoEnvisions" Freelance Photography
Chiang Mai, Thailand
http://www.photoenvisions.com

--
"The voyage of discovery lies not in seeking new horizons, but in seeing
with new eyes." - Marcel Proust
 
Old Sep 15th 2005, 10:16 am   #4
LarbGai
 
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"Steve Kramer" <steve@seatraveler.com> wrote in message >

http://www.photoenvisions.com


******* Still spamming eh Stevie???

;-)
 
Old Sep 19th 2005, 8:20 am   #5
Mike McBain
 
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"Alphonse D." <nospammalado@noos.fr> writes:

    >Hello,
    >Somebody can it say to me what can be interesting to see in Palawan except
    >for El Nido that I know already
    >Thanks

St Paul Underground River National Park on the western side of the island. You
have the choice of a couple of medium-length walks in, or a pump boat trip to
the cave entrance. You can also do a boat trip into the cave and see the swiftlets.

South of Puerto Princesa, Mount Mantaligahan has excellent cloud forest even now,
and is good for birds. You probably get a guide from Brookes Point. Further south,
past Bataraza, Pagoda Cliffs is a spectacular jungle trek taking a couple of days.
The Rio Tuba nickel mine must also be huge by now, since it's 25 years since I
was there.
 
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