Puerto Princesa Underground River

Puerto Princesa Underground River

The Philippines’ very own subterranean river is believed to be the longest in the world that spans 8 kilometers. A UNESCO World Heritage Site and now voted as one of the new 7 Wonders of Nature.


28 thoughts on “Puerto Princesa Underground River

  1. Aside from the bats…*shudder*…this underground river is a marvel of nature. My mom was able to travel to it just recently and she kept repeating how magnificent it was. Again, the power of water in carving out monuments such as this is so astounding that it seems impossible. But here is the underground river, carved by water over thousands of years for us to enjoy. πŸ™‚

    • There is always a negative side on things, I will even bet on it that we won because many Filipinos really supported the online contest, what gives? our Filipino pride, which in the end recognized one of the world’s unpopular and remote wonder. This one ! Let’s dwell on the positives more if not totally eliminate the negatives :-))

  2. i’ve been there po last may 28-30, amazing place po sir,.. i was thinking that time, parang barrio type parin pero i think that’s the beauty of palawan,,, kulang ang three days… pero sir time will come dba po mag meet ung stones?

  3. just wanna share this sir. :))

    Puerto Princesa Subterranean River is the longest navigable river in the world according to one of my instructor. hehe. happy that i’m gaining a lot of knowledge and can share it to other people. πŸ™‚

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