SABANG BEACH IN PALAWAN
At the beautiful Sabang Beach you can enjoy swimming and snorkeling.
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At the Sabang Pier you can hire a banca (native outrigger boat) and go on a Beach Hopping trip along the coastline of the South China Sea. You will see many secluded beaches, beautiful landscapes and small fishing villages.
At the North of the Sabang Beach you can do the Mangrove River Paddle Tour.
Sabang Beach is absolutely one of the best beaches in the nearby areas of Puerto Princesa, Palawan.
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Tourists can reach it in around two hours if coming from Puerto Princesa City.
Expect nothing less than a picturesque bay, a long shore of fine white sand, pristine waters, and quiet breeze.
The water at Sabang Beach is very clear. Water is pretty safe for kids as it’s a long distance away before the water gets that deep.
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Sabang is reknowned for what is said to be the longest navigable underground river in the world. We investigated of course, and also got to see a few monitor lizards that inhabit the area.
A Secluded beach in Puerto Princesa, it is known as a jump off point from the city to the entrance of Subterranean River but if you’ll explore further there are other caves, coral reef, waterfalls and mangrove forest that can be sighted here.
Sabang is a small village in Palawan, Philippines. It is used as an entry point to the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River. All the visitors of Sabang take a day trip for this. It is a visually beautiful place. The beach is good for not only for swimming but other activities as well as it offers fine gray sand. The sunset here was spectacular. As we wait for it, our gang relaxed by the shore, drank our cold ice beers and played Frisbee. There were also residents there who played their own version of soccer. It was really nice to meet new people and get acquainted with their culture.
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When we got here it is as if we owned the beach to ourselves. We had our quiet relaxed time by the beachfront. it was indeed a chilled out atmosphere. One will always find something to do here and wont get bored as long as you are with your friends!
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