Busuanga Travel Guide, Philippines
Busuanga is a wonderful island in the province of Palawan. Busuanga Island is located between the two islands Palawan and Mindoro. It is one of the largest islands in the province of Busuanga. In the south, Busuanga is also neighbored with Culion Island and Coron Island. It is one of the best tourist places in the province of Busuanga.
Busuanga is situated between the Sulu Sea and the China Sea.
It has been a favorite place for divers. It is the same place where World War II Japanese wrecks were sunk by the American forces. The wrecks are the best kept secret of the Philippines.
Fishing, snorkeling, diving, sailing and hiking at Busuaga has made it a top attraction for tourists from all over the world. Getting around in Busuanga is a great fun for tourists. There are a lot of recreational activities for tourists: wreck diving, hiking, jungle treks, horseback riding and discovery have been the popular activities of tourists.
In Busuanga there are huge limestone cliffs, jungles, rivers and underwater caves. Coron has been regarded as the center of Busuanga. It has also been regarded as one of the best wreck site. Busuanga is known for its beautiful landscapes and attractions.
Some of the most popular attractions in Busuanga are Mt. Tapyas, Siete Pecados, Island Hopping, Coron Village Lodge, KokosNuss Resort, Coron Island and Jeepney etc.
The island of Busuanga is also home to many popular and rare species of plants.
Tourism, fishing and trading has been the major industries of Busuanga. The island of Busuanga is served by three major transportation options i.e. sea, railway and air. Busuanga has an international airport, which is served by local and international flights throughout the year. Busuanga can also be reached by train from Manila.
Politically, the island of Busuanga is divided into the 16 barangays. These barangays include Bogtong, Concepcion, Sagrada, San Rafael, Burabod, Halsey, Maglalambay, Quezon and Old Busuanga etc. According to a recent consensus, the population of Busuanga is more than 30,000 people. Most of the population is linked to agriculture, fishing and trading.
Busuanga is home to some of the finest resorts and hotels. Whatever is your budget and style, you can find every type of accommodation options in Busuanga.To explore the beauty and wonders of Busuanga, visitors need to have some prior knowledge of the island of Busuanga.
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