“Princess Port” is the capital city on the Philippine island of Palawan, which creates a sort of 425 kilometre-long western border for the Sulu Sea. The city lies on a narrow strip of land between the Ulugan and Honda Bays, giving you plenty of coastline to explore. It’s also one of the greenest cities in the Philippines and draws international visitors to its remote beaches, beautiful countryside and wildlife preserves. And because it’s centrally located, Puerto Princesa hotels are the perfect home base for day trips around Palawan and dozens of smaller islands nearby.
Our Puerto Princesa holiday packages allow you to explore the wonders of the Philippines at your own pace. Book your Puerto Princesa accommodation near the largest underground river in the world and explore the crystalline caves carved out over thousands of years. Jump on a boat and take a day trip to one of the islets in Honda Bay, like Fraser or Fondeado Islands to snorkel, swim or lounge on secluded beaches.
The Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center has a small zoo and plenty of chances to see and learn about crocodiles, but please keep all hands, feet and small children inside the boat during the tour. Check out the Palawan and PSU Museums to learn about local culture and history, and shop for local handicrafts like fish baskets, tingkop and carved wooden animals. Our hotels in Puerto Princesa give you access to it all!
You can touch down at Puerto Princesa International Airport (PPS) after a connecting flight from the larger airport in Manila. The airport is very close to the city centre, so a quick tricycle or multicab will take you where you want to be. Or just book one of Wotif’s car hire deals for the freedom to scoot around the island as you please. You can book it all right here. Heck, why not add Manila accommodation to extend your trip and explore more of the Philippines? When you book and save with Wotif, anything’s possible!
Hotels in Puerto Princesa start at AU$17 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.