Busuanga identifies potential tourist attractions

By Keith Anthony S. Fabro The Busuanga municipal tourism office has pinpointed some of its potential tourist attractions and activities it can offer to further boost the town’s tourism industry. Busuanga tourism chief Allan Angelo Davatos said the town has so much to bring to the table aside from its Calauit Safari Park, as it … Continue reading Busuanga identifies potential tourist attractions

20 Must-see Attractions in Busuanga Proving it’s ‘The Last Shade of Paradise’

By Keith Anthony S. Fabro Tucked away in northern Palawan, Busuanga is a small island town with big tourism potential awaiting discovery. Offering lots of opportunities to disconnect with life’s hubbub and reconnect with nature sans the crowd, this up-and-coming tourist destination, dubbed as “the last shade of paradise,” is an ideal alternative to the … Continue reading 20 Must-see Attractions in Busuanga Proving it’s ‘The Last Shade of Paradise’

Busuanga’s Dugong Watching educates tourists on species, seagrass habitat conservation

By Keith Anthony S. Fabro There’s more to Busuanga than its famed Calauit Safari Park. Off the northern coast of Calauit Island, tourist boats line up as spectators dive into the shallow teal waters to see the charismatic dugong grazing on the seagrass meadows. Dugong watching has become a new thing in Busuanga since it was opened to … Continue reading Busuanga’s Dugong Watching educates tourists on species, seagrass habitat conservation

Unexplored Tourist Spots in Palawan You Have to Add to Your Itinerary

By Keith Anthony S. Fabro Palawan Island is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in the country. And contrary to popular belief, there is so much more to the island other than the famed El Nido and Coron. In fact, there are many other options when it comes to tourist spots in Palawan that are just as … Continue reading Unexplored Tourist Spots in Palawan You Have to Add to Your Itinerary

Brooke’s Point launches ‘Adopt-a-Step’ program to develop Eco Park

By Keith Anthony S. Fabro The Brooke’s Point municipal government launched Thursday, March 21, the Adopt-a-Step program that would get locals to help in developing the town’s Ecological Park in Barangay Tubtub. Mayor Mary Jean Feliciano said the project would encourage the residents to invest in eco-tourism development through voluntarily donating P1,500 for every stair … Continue reading Brooke’s Point launches ‘Adopt-a-Step’ program to develop Eco Park