The Philippines boasts of an abundant flora and fauna, making it a top destination for tourists seeking to marvel at the wonders of nature. And such tourists would never pass up an opportunity to visit Palawan. Honoring itself as “the country’s last ecological frontier”, this province has become popular among tourists because of its breathtaking sceneries, both on land and underwater. Among the various eco-tourism spots located in Palawan is the Calauit Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary.
The Calauit Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Calauit Island at the Northwestern coast of Palawan. The 3,700-hectare facility started as a venue for a wildlife translocation experiment. An experiment, you ask? [Read more…]