Top 4 Best Underrated Beach in Palawan

Hailed again as the best island in the world in Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards 2020, Palawan, with millions of tags in social media accounts like Facebook and Instagram, surely has a lot more to offer. 

Let us take you to the less-crowded yet best-underrated spots of this island.

Modessa Island Resort in Roxas, Palawan

Modessa Island is a less popular destination for local tourists but has been on top of the list of many foreign travelers especially those who want to avoid the flock of travelers in Honda Bay, El Nido, and Coron. You can circle the island in 30 minutes offering breathtaking scenery with the sound of nature altogether. With the pristine white sand beach and clear blue waters, prepare to experience peace and serenity like no other. Oh, and prepare yourself for the best underwater experience as this island is also known as the Reef Island! It boasts some of the best corals and reefs in the Philippines. You can learn diving here!

Nagtabon Beach in Brgy. Bacungan, Puerto Princesa City

Did you know that Palawan has a surfing spot too? Nagtabon beach is located in the northwest part of Puerto Princesa City facing the West Philippine Sea. For non-surfers, you can ride the small waves towards the shoreline. And, usually, the beach is calm from March to May. This beach is perfect for a day trip or overnight camping plus the calming experience of stargazing and bonfire. Did we mention that it is also famous for its beautiful golden sunset?

Paraiso Roberto in Taytay, Palawan

Paraiso Roberto is located 30 minutes from the town proper of Taytay, Palawan. The beach is public with a Php50.00 entrance fee for adults and Php20.00 for kids, yet these rates are incomparable with the whole beach experience you’ll get from here. Currently, the development to turn this gem into a resort is ongoing. Paraiso Roberto will give you the “New Boracay” vibe; less party, more chill on the beach.

Floral Island in Taytay, Palawan

Did you know that you can rent an entire island in Palawan through AirBnB without breaking the bank? We all have dreamt of escaping on an island right? Instead of booking on a fancy 5-star hotel, why not try Floral Island Resort. This island-resort was featured in many travel magazines because of its structures placed against cliff rock formations. Not to mention that Floral Island is part of the coral triangle initiative, an international project that aims at promoting and planting artificial coral reefs to shelter the marine life.

If you have been to Palawan and you think you’ve seen it all already, we promise you, there’s a lot more you can explore. Revisit your travel bucket list or maybe, own a home in this paradise! Imagine a life full of road trips, beach bumming, and nature adventures.

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