Palawan is a beautiful part of the country, devoid of typhoons, untouched nature, and people are honest. I'm living on a small paradise beach island in the Linapacan area, half way between El Nido and Coron. Many tourists like to fly down to Puerto Princesa, work their way back up to Coron and take the overnight party ferry to Manila from there. Many of the public ferries stop in Linapacan, after which it is a short boatride to my island. There are 52 islands in this area, most of which are deserted or only sparsely populated by fishermen families. I like to build trails in the jungle for trekking, and organise local boat tours. Excellent snorkeling in the clearest waters in the world, some caves to explore, two shipwrecks for diving, an old Spanish fortress, even kitesurfing and other sports at my camp. More details at http://www.islandhoppinginthephilippines.com/palawan/services/camping/
Would be great to host you! I've camped a lot in Canada when I tree planted there and in the Czech Republic on the weekends when I would cycle around the countryside.
The first project.
More than a thousand islands in the north Palawan area I'm told.
Got volunteers visiting from all over the world who like to beautify the place in various natural ways.
Volleyball, kitesurfing, gymnastics workout station, and much more planned once I save up a bit.
Building trails in the jungle.
Cheery visitors from all over the world.