Puerto Princesa, Philippines

Puerto Princesa Historical and Cultural

with Cris

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Style: Educational

This tour will bring you to the times when the city was under the colonial powers of the Spaniards, Americans and Japanese. You will get to see the old structures and feel the influence of these people to the locals.

You will be able to try local weaving, see and hold crocodiles as well as eat their meat (if you prefer to), chitchat with the tourist-friendly prisoners of the biggest open prison in the Philippines and encounter with the real Palaw-ans (local tribe). You can also try the Palaw-an’s hunting and other basic tools should you wish to.

In 4-5 hours, you will have an idea of what the city is all about from past to present plus you will get to encounter the natives in their traditional costumes and customs. It normally takes hours of travel to see these indigenous people.

See for yourself the attractions of the Cleanest and Greenest Component City in the Philippines!

Inclusions: My services as a guide, all entrances and permits, air-conditioned van transport.

Free hotel pickup is limited within the city proper only. Corresponding charges apply to pickup outside the city proper.

Tour duration: 4-5 hours

Activities: Sightseeing, encounter with animals, shopping, chat with inmates and weaving

Level of Activity : Light.
One must be able to go up and down the van. Children must be under the care of an adult.

Suggested attire: Comfy clothes ideal for a tropical weather.

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A mass communications graduate, Maricris had been into several occupations that include her stint in the Committee on Ecology at the House of Representatives and at the Philippine Tourism Authority (now TIEZA). Maricris is a resident of Palawan for almost 11 years now and four years of those were dedicated as a Department-of-Tourism-Accredited tour guide of the province. As her family settled in this lovely place, her husband and her have gone around Palawan and seen most of the usual destinations as well as some of those far from the beaten paths. All experiences that she offers include a free photo documentation courtesy of her husband, Adam, an avid landscape photographer. So when you book with her, you book with a tour guide and a photographer. Come and see the World’s Best Island with us! Full profile Leave a Review