Puerto Princesa Underground River, now open for local tourism

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Puerto Princesa Underground River, now open for local tourism

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After almost 9 months of pandemic, the famous UNESCO heritage site and consider as the 7th Wonders of the World, the Puerto Princesa Underground River is now officially open for local tourist this December 8, in time for the City Fiesta.

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Entrance fee to the cave is also discounted for its opening, you can book it for P100 intended for adults, and P50 for kids, this not include the transport to Sabang, boat transfers and the meals.

Palawanderer is lucky to visit PPUR before its grand opening, take a look some of the latest photos of the longest navigable underground river in the world.

The Port in Sabang

The December 8 opening is intended only for local residents of the City.

Sabang Beach

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