There are many Instagrammers out there who are taking good photos but never get the recognition for them. Very few are bloggers. Please feel free to “LIKE” any photo and explore their albums and also Follow them. The second post in this series is Palawan.
I have scoured relevant hashtags and found 21 Instagram photos of Palawan that caught my eye for you to enjoy.
Mellow mood has got me, darlin’. Let the music rock me, darlin’. ‘Cause I got your love, darlin’. Love, sweet love, darlin’ -@bobmarley, #MellowMood For those who are asking what I’m doing in Palawan: I just opened a new business venture called Palawan Homestays (www.facebook.com/PalawanHomestays) where travelers can book for really cheap instead of staying in a dirty hostel or expensive guesthouse/hotel. Our cheapest room is only Php600 good for 2pax. You can also rent the whole apartment for only Php1400 (2 rooms good for 4pax). Free use of kitchen. Hope you guys can refer to friends!
And if in case you’re wondering why people always come back to the #philippines… ????????? #gamintraveler ?: @piratescry @the_Philippines
#LifeSimplification So I already moved to Puerto Princesa City. One of the things I wanted to apply in my life is to simplify my lifestyle and it starts with weeding out unnecessary stuff. Earlier after surfing I wrote the 100 things I would keep for myself: motorbike, macair, surfboard, boardshorts, french press, mobile phone, camera, kindle, hammock… what else? toothbrush. I can’t think of anything to add. I think I’m on the right track. A photo posted by journeyingjames (@journeyingjames) on
A side trip from Puerto Princessa, Palawan is to visit the Iwahig Penal Colony. It is open for visitors to wander around the grounds and even meet some of yhe prisoners. There is also a shop where you can buy a memento of your visit made from recycled plastic. Some prisoners even run small stalls where you can enjoy a halohalo ☺ #philippines #travel #backpacking #iwahig #iwahigprison #solotravel #puertoprincesa #palawan #itsmorefuninthephilippines #visitphilippines
A photo posted by Dave (@silverbackpacker) on
Experience palawan. Experience Dumaran #palawan2015 #dumaran #lakwatserongtourguide #visitph #lostinph A photo posted by Fidel Pacia Jr (@palawantourguide) on
Missing #SanVicente. Reposting from @clamoringal : #longbeachSanVicentePalawan #PalawanBeaches 14.5 Kilometers long #TheBeachIsAllYours #ClubAgutaya #Destination #travel #asia #philippines #sanvic #beach #resort #hotel A photo posted by #HappinessIsADecision (@dantenicogarcia) on
On se réconforte avec cette belle photo de @clobetrotteuse en attendant notre article de la semaine prochaine, devinez-nous ! ? #philippines #visitphilippines #explorephilippines #discoverphilippines #philippinestravel #coron #coronisland #travelcoron #travelphilippines #paradise #paradiseonearth #paradisebeach #paradiseisland #friday #fridayfeeling #fridayfeels #fridayvibes #fridayfunday #fridaymood
Near the Subterranean River, Palawan, Philippines #philippines #palawan #rocks #cliffs A photo posted by Lisa Yasinovskaya (@yasinovskaya) on
Un día de lo más normal si no fuera por la felicidad de estar aquí y ese arco iris que acompaña al atardecer. A very normal day if it wasn’t for the happiness of being here and the delightful rainbow that marries the afternoon ? #PortBarton #Filipinas #Philippines #itsmorefuninthephilippines #Palawan #visitafilipinas #visitphilippines #soloida #SudesteAsiático #SoutheastAsia #instagood #instadaily #instatravel #igerasia #igasia #igtravel #worldtravelpics #wanderlust #travelblogger #travelgram #travelbug #viajar #nomad #rainbow #arcoiris
Good morning po! #instatravel #travel #nofilter #Philippines #jiannventure #BreakFreeAt23 #PortBarton #Palawan #beach #nature A photo posted by Ji-ann Alcocisar Lachica (@ji_annlachica) on
#bugsukisland #palawan #philipines #milehighpic #brunika #igasia #rbmanila A photo posted by Khalil Baharulalam (@rev2live) on
#mountaineer #hiking #mantalingajantraverse #pinoymountaineer
A photo posted by Ronald Pinto (@ronaldpinto10) on
Philippines ?? ? @Regranned from @gamintraveler – Coron’s Kayangan Lake. This lagoon is a part of an unforgettable 2-day #Coron tour with @sophiasgardenresort, @amikatravels, and their incredible marketing team. So honored to be part of their Coron shoot! ? ▫️ And with that, we end our 18 day stay in Palawan – Portbarton, PuertoPrincesa, El Nido and Coron. The last 18 days were probably some of the most beautiful island trips we’ve ever done, made better by all the new people that we’ve met. Working alongside influencers and creators brought so much new energy and enthusiasm for our field of work – so thankful for every chance we get. ▫️ Back home soon and will have so much more content to show. Can’t wait to post them all up here and write about them! ▫️ It’s safe to say that we’ll be back very soon. ?? Who can resist the allure of an island life?? ?? . #travel #nature #instagood #philippines #naturephotography #travelgram #traveling #travelphotography #naturelovers #photooftheday #naturelover #travelling #traveller #travelblogger #travels #traveler #naturegram #travelpic #travellife #instatravel #naturephoto #wanderlust #instagram #photography #travelblog #landscape #sky #natureshots #nature_perfection
Palawan – Where to Stay
Why not support a local Entrepreneur and Travel Blogger and stay at Palawan Homestays. Its the latest venture of James Betia ( Journeyingjames ) of Hammock Republic fame.
Facebook Message: https://www.facebook.com/palawanhomestays/
How to Get to Palawan
By Air Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific and Airphil Express have daily flights from Manila to Puerto Princesa . It is approximately a one hour flight.
By Sea When travelling by sea always check weather updates as adverse conditions can affect travel plans.
2Go Travel has frequent sailings from Manila to Puerto Princesa, Palawan. Listings can be found HERE
Montenegro and Milagrosa Shipping Lines also sail from Iloilo to Puerto Princesa, Palawan up to 4 times a week with a few hours stop in Cuyo Islands.
Milagrosa Landline – (+63)(033) 335 0955 / 337 8627)
Montenegro Landline – (+63)(034) 704 2322 Website – http://www.montenegrolines.com.ph/
Palawan Further Reading
Hiking Mt. Cleopatra
Cliff Climbing in El Nido
Palawan on Wikipedia
Other Instagram 21 Posts
Mayon Volcano in 21 Instagrams
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Breathtaking photo’s! I have been to El nido, great place! Next time i will be in Palawan, i will go to Coron for diving. Does Coron more beautufil than El nido? Instead of diving what else can you do there?
I must say, nothing beat the beauty of Palawan’s best beaches. Philippines is my favorite country so far for giving me a beautiful memory during my summer vacation in Siquijor. Thanks for this.
Big ballin’! Those pics are so fab except for the one dead pic saying “content unavailable”. My favorite is from gamintraveler and cyruspascuatm. I also got an email from TBEX but I don’t get it why we have to pay for the event, I know that bloggers will get a 20% off discount but is it gonna be worth it? Looking forward to hear from you. Thanks in advance.
Hi, Yes it will be worth it. This is also my first TBEX. There are many connections to be made there and sponsors to talk to. Its a commercial event thats why we need to pay. Its held 3 times ayear around the world. I just hope that the Smart and Globe can get their act together and provide a decent internet service for a change.
I heard Telstra is coming over to dominate Ph’s phone and internet service. TBEX is so expensive. I hope we can get 50% discount instead of 20. lol
Thats good news. Something really needs to be done to bring the Philippines into the 21st century regarding internet 🙂
Let me know if you are going to TBEX. It would be great to meet up.
There’s a lot of undiscovered destination sites in the Philippines and it was really breathtaking before you knew it. Actually, I came from the Philippines last month visiting the iconic hundred island in Pangasinan. Since I have a relative there so we take the chance. Try to visit that place sometimes.
Yes many places to discoverin the Philippines. Every time i find new places that are not touristy yet. The problem is that the Philippine Tourism Boards dnt know how to promote the country and regions effectively
Seems like your having a wonderful vacation. Actually, I’ve been in El Nido Palawan last month and it was the greatest experience I ever have. My stay is kinda breathtaking. I love the idea of diving and maximising your time in the underground river and then, we drop by in Coron Palawan too. It is a totally heavenly like Island. Thanks for sharing again. It makes me want to come back again.
The Philippines is a fantastic country. Try out Antique Province next time. Theres so much there
No wonder everyone is talking about The Philippines at the moment, these photos are stunning! Definitely can’t wait to visit later this year.
I never been to Palawan yet but these awesome pics has put up on my top list to see. Great photo gallery
This is a great post idea, I like it 😀
All images are phenomenal! I have no faves. All are. Although the palm-fringed shores sure do catch my eye.
Wow, I would love to be there right now, especially El Nido – Palawan! Stunning!!!
Incredible! I just spent Christmas in Palawan, and I was blown away by the beauty of the island. Nice job capturing it all here!
I plan to visit two organic demo farms at Davao City next year(2017). Tt’s tempting to have a side trip there in Palawan after browsing all the instagram photos presented. Maybe visit Palawan first, then proceed to Davao later.
Great photos – I can see why it’s such a favorite of travelers to the Philippines!