Long and wide, to the west of the Philippine archipelago, Palawan is the wildest, most unspoilt and least populated island in the archipelago. With its beauty and natural assets, rocky mountains, lush forest and deep sea, it has become one of the most popular islands in the Philippines for tourists. Fine sandy beaches, turquoise lagoons, sumptuous underwater fauna. In other words, the destination is worth a visit. Palawan is divided into four regions that can be reached by boat, from north to south: Coron (the most fantastic natural area), El Nido (the most touristic), Port Barton (the quietest village) and Puerto Princesa (the largest city on the island). Rent a scooter and scroll along the main road, along the rice fields and beaches, to take the time to enjoy your discovery. No Internet connection in Palawan, you have to know that! This can be an opportunity to really disconnect from digital life and browse the pages of your favorite tourist guide. You can sleep in guest houses or guest houses and small hotel structures. To dive and discover the marine and underwater treasures, you must be accompanied by an accredited local guide. Diving in Palawan is an unforgettable experience. You discover an underwater landscape populated by exotic fish as in an image of Épinal!