Palawan… A Visual Feast

Warm and inviting turquoise coloured waters that make you want to dive right in, surrounded by striking limestone rock faces bring an untamed character to Palawan.

The Philippines is made up of over 7,000 islands with Palawan being one of the biggest, it still has its wild side having not been overrun by hotels and overly westernised. Often referred to as “the last frontier”, Palawan’s raw unspoilt beauty and natural scapes are not to be missed.

Here are some of my favourite memories of the island and a little bit of tropical island inspo for you…

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What a hike!! The view of Coron Town and beyond from the peak of Mt Tapyas.
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That picture postcard shot as you make the climb to Kayangan Lake. Plus all the rad little bangkas ferrying people around the islands.
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A bangka anchored in a lagoon. Seriously. Can it get anymore beautiful!?
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No butt crack here. Island hopping around Coron.
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One of many, totes adorbs, secluded beaches found on the islands that make up Palawan.
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Luuush green jungle, inhabited by seriously cute monkeys only minutes from the beach, El Nido.
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Ruggedly handsome limestone cliffs protect this lagoon in El Nido.
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Gonna grab me a coconut to drink! Entalulu Island, El Nido.
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Some of my fave snorkelling on the shoreline of Entalula Island, El Nido.
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The magnificent limestone cliffs that are iconic to Palawan. Yup. They’re huge.
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Jess Hearts El Nido, Palawan.

AAAAND last but not least, a little video we shot with our GoPro.

 

Feeling inspired? Stay tuned for a more detailed post on this amazing place.

Jx

 

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