I will be going to palawan next month and i am bring my d80 18-200vr lens outfit. any suggestions for breath taking sunsets landscape shots? i will be staying in puerta princessa, hopefully i can post some pictures when i come back. Ako, filipino sa Los Angeles!
#3. "RE: going to palawan" In response to Reply # 0
Some suggestions on what to do in Puerto Princesa: 1. Take a boat ride to Honda Bay and do island hopping. One of the more popular resorts there is Dos Palmas. 2. The subterranean river is also interesting. Be prepared to get some massage 3. Vietnamese village(Vietville) - a group of Vietnam refugees settled in Palawan but have now slowly moved out. 4. There's also a crocodile farm. 5. Have also been to El Nido. I highly recommend this place if you have the time. It is on the other side of the island (Northwest tip of Palawan) so you will have to take a road trip if coming from Puerto Princesa (which is on the east side). You can stay with El Nido resorts (where everything is paid up - food, lodging and activities) or in the main city (where you rent a boat for a day that can take you island hopping).
#4. "RE: going to palawan" In response to Reply # 0
Stay ka sa "Casa Linda" located in Puerto Princessa mismo, then pag need mo guide e tanung mo si Manong Mar - just ask him by name sa frontdesk - he's a cool guide ( may malasakit). Definitely go to Sabang beach and maybe stay there ovenight or more, maganda sunsets don, i too took my D80 there and i had a blast with it.
#5. "RE: going to palawan" In response to Reply # 4
porter ranch, US
thanks roiko, actually i an dying to take sunset and sunrise photos, i also will bring a 12-24 superwide just incase. how is the weather during feb. i leave in two weeks! b.t.w. i am also certified scuba diver i shall bring with me my u.w. camera as well! pag balik ko i shall post photos here and in underwater photo narin! thanks!
#7. "RE: going to palawan" In response to Reply # 6
if you're going to sabang & visit st. paul's underground river, don't forget to bring an OFF lotion. some visitors have the foresight of getting anti-malaria prescriptions from their doctors which they take 2 weeks before the trip