Somebody hired me middle of this month to take photos for her of the Puerto Princesa Underground River, the most popular tourism site in my city, for her Tropical Breeze Travel and Tours. I could not say no even if I was busy because she’s my friend, and I am addicted to the beauty of the place.
I’ve been to the PPUR countless times, and when it was held one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature, I was naturally happy since that would mean more protection to the park where it is located at Sitio Sabang, Barangay Cabayugan.
Here are some photos I wish to share 🙂
Colorful sun hats are sold everyday to visitors of the PPUR by the locals. Tourism is good business.
Visitors walk to the boat dock through a wooden foot bridge after exploring the underground river.
The mouth of the underground river as seen through the thick branches of a lush beach forest tree.
A boatman takes back guests to a small jetty at the PPUR park.
This kind of beauty is all good!
Italian visitor takes a rest on a sun lounger with fresh buko (coconut) juice.
Avid travelers at the Sabang Wharf. The Puerto Princesa Underground River, being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is only allowed a capacity of a little over 900 visitors a day.
A view of the Mount Saint Paul, home of the underground river, from the Sabang Wharf.
The history of the park is related through many languages available as audio guides.
The PPUR always has that relaxing effect to a tired mind…