IMPORTANT! Before you book your accommodation please make sure to have your Underground Permit
Palawan’s limestone karst cliffs, coral atolls, mangrove forests, sugar-white sandy beaches, and extensive fringing reefs create one of the Philippines’ most biodiverse terrestrial and marine environments. Designated as a fish and wildlife sanctuary in 1967, the Philippines’ largest (in total land area) province encompasses nearly 1,240 miles (1,995 kilometers) of coastline stretching across 1,768 islands.
On the main island (also named Palawan) near Sabang, hike the three-mile (five-kilometer) Monkey Trail to Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park’s navigable underground river. The five-mile (eight-kilometer) coastal rain forest route is home to long-tailed macaques, blue-naped parrots, and other indigenous wildlife.
Why stay in Sabang beach, besides visiting to Underground River?
…of its 1.5 kilometer fine white sand and uncrowded beach.Ideal for water sports such as surfing(July to December), body board and skim boarding, boat excursions, sports fishing and kayaking.
Fantastic mountain vistas for those who are looking for nature adventures like hiking, spelunking, trekking, and capturing rich flora and fauna. …Or simply do nothing, get a hammock and read a book!
Finding places to stay and eat is so easy, most of resorts are located along the beach walking distance from Sabang town.Prices are affordable and reasonable, it has, restaurants, gift shop, and transportation.For those who love mountain views and bird watching we have one for you.
A Fitting addition to the Underground River tour is this 0ne hour boat ride into Sabang river and its centuries old mangroves. What makes it specal is the rich interpretation and hospitality of trained community guides. For the culinary adventurist, savor the locally famous Tamilok (mangrove worms) plucked straight from felled old mangrove stands. Get close to nature bring your camera, the wild life you will encounter ranges from monkeys, monitor lizards, sea snakes, humming birds and amazing jungle sounds. Entrance Fee Php 150.00 each
Get a glimpse of the magnifence of Ulugan Bay by scaling Ugong Rock.
Have a flight over the rice field through zipline at Bgy. Tagabinet on your way to Underground River. Fee is Php 200.00 each.
SABANG BEACH RESORTS OWNERS & MEMBERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
COMPANY REGISTRATION NUMBER: CN201100803
COMPANY TAX IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: 007-962-590
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