Palawan, officially the Province of Palawan, is the largest province in the Philippines in terms of the total area of jurisdiction. Palawan is the capital city Puerto Princesa, highly urbanized area that governed independently. You will find numerous beautiful destinations that worth to visit when in Palawan. Each one is more beautiful than the next. For those who love nature, this is the right place to spend your day as Palawan has everything you need.
The months of December to May is the best time to visit Palawan if you want to enjoy the most out of your visit. During these months, you can take part in all activities offered in Palawan. Weather-wise, it is dry till little rainfall. So, it is the most suitable time to enjoy Palawan for marvelous activities and incredible scenery. Surely, you will be soaked with meaningful and amazing experiences.
Kalibo International Airport - Kalibo International Airport, located just 2 kilometers from the city center, is an international airport serving the general region of Kalibo together with Godofredo P. Ramos Airport as the gateway to Boracay Island. The distance between these two airports is approximately 68 kilometers. It is the largest and fast-growing airport in Aklan, the Philippines as the need to handle a drastic increase in passengers who come to visit Boracay. The majority of Boracay's tourists and residents fly through Kalibo International Airport as the convenient option to visit Boracay. It connects Boracay with other cities domestically and internationally. The operating airlines in this airport are Air Busan, Air Seoul, Cebu Pacific, Philippines Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Philippines AirAsia and many more. Facilities such as public transport, restaurants, cafes, convenient store and money changer are available at this airport.
Francisco B. Reyes Airport - Franciso B. Reyes Airport also was formerly known as Busuanga Airport is located on Busuanga Island in the Province of Palawan, the Philippines. This airport serves the general area of Coron. The airport is named after Franciso B. Reyes, the mayor of Coron from 1936 to 1939 who donated the land that forms the current airport complex. The operating airlines in this airport are Air Juan, AirSWIFT, Cebu Pacific, Philippines Airlines and SkyJet.
Palawan has two types of climate. The first, which occurs in the southern, northern and entire western coast, has two distinct seasons called wet and dry season that usually last six months for each season. The second, which prevails in the eastern seaboard, has a short dry season and no pronounced rainy period during the rest of the year.