This makes the Subterranean River National Park area rich with a mountain-to-sea ecosystem, and is home to two threatened bird species: the Palawan Peacock Peasant and the Philippine Cockatoo. You’ll ... more 
This makes the Subterranean River National Park area rich with a mountain-to-sea ecosystem, and is home to two threatened bird species: the Palawan Peacock Peasant and the Philippine Cockatoo. You’ll need to get a permit from the Tourism Information and Assistance Center (it costs P200 for foreign tourists) before hopping in a boat that takes you as far as 5km into the cave (it’s hard to navigate further than that). The entire “exploration” takes about 45 minutes. less 
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| Photo By Harvey Tapan
Thu, Mar 28, 2013 1:00 AM EDT