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Incredible view.. Its hold my breath while go inside the cave.. The structure is incredible..just enjoy your trip go inside and out the cave with canoe.. U can't take a photo because it was so dark but u can stilk enjoy view inside because ur...More
Underground river is 2 hrs drive from city of Puerto Princesa with a tour guide.You can book a tour by your hotel only.You go with some people in a van for like over a thousand peso each and this includes with lunch buffet.Before going to...More
It takes about 2 hours from Puerto Princesa to the seaside dock where you take a short boat ride to the island where the underground river is located. Once arrived, you register, then given an audio device which will play an audio tour for the...More
This is an experience that is a must do. We took two kids under 3 and made it through the whole thing. Guide is funny. I wish we didn’t have the translator ear piece. The guide are funnier and better so I took mine out....More
Was picked up from the hotel and went on a 2 hour journey towards the underground river, the roads in Palawan are to say the least bit scary.
But once there we waited firstly we ate at a nice restaurant and was serended by a...More
The underground river was a beautiful experience. We were handed a small radio each which guided us through the tour (multiple languages available) and a guide accompanied the radio with a flashlight that enabled us to see some incredibly unique stalactites and stalagmites. An incredible...More
We rented a car in Puerto Princessa and drove up early in the morning to take the tour just as they opened. It's essentially a cave with a navigable river running through it. Definitely worth the trip. But get there early, before busloads of Chinese...More