Busuanga, Palawan Philippines situated in what is considered as Philippine's last ecological frontier, in the Province of Palawan. Discover the pristine and natural attractions, marine reserves. tropical jungles, sanctuary for the most exotic animal, plant, and aquatic life in the country.
Busuanga is a municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines. Busuanga Island is the largest island in the Calamian Group in the province of Palawan in the Philippines. The territory of Busuanga covers the western one-third of Busuanga Island, which is part of the Calamian Group of Islands lying between Mindoro and mainland Palawan. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 16,287 people in 3,047 households.
The Busuanga town proper, Salvacion, is approximately 50 kilometers from the town proper of its neighboring municipality of Coron. Travel time is approximately two and a half to three hours by land.
Busuanga offers a wide array of activities to the tourist, from visiting our scenic island beaches, wreck diving, catching the life of our exquisite corals, river cruising on mangrove-lader forest, kayaking, hiking our lush rainforest, hills, mountain scenic view, water falls, and natural springs. With the number of things to do here it is easy to see why tourists make this a stop on their travel through the Philippines. Even if you do not begin your trip here you should definitely end up on this beautiful island. There are several super ferries’ that pick up tourists leaving their Manila hotel and sail them over to Palawan. This gives travelers convenient access to Busuanga and all the surrounding beaches.
View the limestone's, marble cliffs and rock formations, caves, go fishing, or simply sit-back and look to the heaven's for inspiration, mooning over a sea of stars or basking in moonlight.