Palawan is the so-called Philippines’s Last Frontier because of its abundant land and water resources, some of which are still undiscovered to this date. It does not only have beautiful and clean beaches untouched by commercialism: it is also home to many astounding archaeological discoveries in the country. It hosts a number of discovered caves that have tremendously aided paleontologists in connecting dots and bridging links in the study of prehistoric life. The Tabon Caves in the municipality of Quezon is one such discovery.
While there are the famed rock formations in Puerto Princesa’s Underground River, there are also similarly fascinating limestone formations inside these caves. Just as a Puerto Princesa vacation is not complete [Read more…]