Nagtabon Beach and Bacungan Waterfalls

  • Cancel up to 48 hours
  • Full Day
  • Private Tour
Overview

Spark your sense of adventure and explore the hidden gems of Palawan that most tourists don’t know about. This trip will take you to the Bacungan Waterfalls and to the spectacular Nagtabon Beach.


Itinerary

Meet at the hotel and travel for about an hour to Barangay Bacungan where the trekking begins. Enjoy a nice walk on a relatively flat to rolling terrain that leads you to Bacungan Waterfalls. Take a dip in the natural pool hidden within the forest or simply relax in the peaceful environment.
After the waterfalls, continue to the nearby Nagtabon Beach. Spend the rest of the day at your leisure. Lounge on the beach, swim in the crystal-clear waters, or take a surf lesson at the Surf School.
Finally, after a day full of adventure and exploration, transfer back to your hotel.

Experience
  • Highlights
  • Bacungan Falls is a natural wonder located in Barangay Bacungan, Palawan. The falls are surrounded by lush greenery and towering trees, creating a peaceful and serene atmosphere. The cascading water flows into a clear and refreshing natural pool, inviting visitors to take a dip and cool off in the natural beauty of the area.
    Nagtabon Beach is a beautiful tropical paradise located approximately 45 minutes from Puerto Princesa City in the Philippines. This stunning beach with crystal-clear waters and soft sand, is surrounded by lush greenery, including coconut palms and other tropical trees. The serenity of the beach is enhanced by the fact that it is still relatively unknown to tourists, allowing visitors to experience a peaceful and secluded atmosphere.
  • Includes
  • Transfer by private vehicle
    Activities as per the itinerary
    Local guide
  • Lunch
Location
Booking notes

Kindly contact us to request a custom quote based on your travel dates, and the number of participants.

Nagtabon is one of the finest beaches in Palawan, but sometimes it has very strong rip currents, also known as riptides or undertow. The treacherous currents can quickly take you out of your comfort zone, from the shallows to deeper water

Do not go swimming in the sea, even if only a few meters from shore, when the tide is going out. A rip current won’t pull you under. It’ll pull you away from the shore, so you need to remove yourself from the current before you head toward land. Swim parallel to the coast to escape the current, then swim at an angle back to shore when you’re free from the pull of the undertow.

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