Underground river in Palawan, Philippines

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Underground river in Palawan, Philippines
On the island of Palawan in the Philippines is a major underground river surrounded by a jungle landscape that flows into the sea, is considered one of the most important in Asia. Because of its importance it was declared National Park underground river of Puerto Princesa.

The National Park ecosystem Puerto Princesa Subterranean River is transformed into a privileged destination for ecotourism. The park covers an area of ​​just under 6000 hectares, and the river has a course of 8 km inside the cave to its end which empties into the South China Sea. His natural charm and value were the factors considered when naming a World Heritage Site in 1999.
The fabulous blue waters of the underground river navigable and allowing his tour of limestone caves filled with stalactites and stalagmites. It's a real landscape to know, I q was designed for the adventurous and who likes to live a magical and unforgettable.
The National Park of Puerto Princesa Subterranean River We will see over 800 different species of plants from which there are over 300 trees. Animals can take pictures of pheasants, bats, foxes, otters, pandas, civets and badgers are some of the threatened endemic animal species that inhabit the park.
The Underground River Park 11 living ecosystems, including rainforests in the mountains and the ocean reefs. In heaven, we can appreciate more than 165 species of birds, which include blue-naped parrot, birds and bushes Tabon Palawan hornbill.
The sense of adventure travelers may also visit and climb Ugon Rock, Cave Lion, and the cave hole Kawili Daylight, some of the most stunning views of the park, and definitely a must.

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