Pasyar Developmental Tourism
Environmental Enforcement Museum
Displays confiscated chainsaws, boats, dynamite and (sometimes) animals such as civets.
This beach, on the northern side of the isthmus, has several hundred metres of white sand and shallow water good for swimming. Jeepneys...
Iwahig Prison & Penal Farm
The sign for this penal colony is an incongruent sight considering the beautiful countryside and dramatic mountain skyline in the...
Crossing Bridge Café
Just outside the airport entrance, an outdoor spot perfect for an iced coffee, cookies-and-cream frappucino or small meal (mains P160 to...
This is a sophisticated open-air dining room with a small menu of pasta, seafood and grilled meats (including pan-grilled organic duck...
Gabinete Rd · interesting places nearby
Pasyar Developmental Tourism information
Genuinely dedicated to conservation and community-based tourism, Pasyar can organise Honda Bay island-hopping tours using former illegal fishers, and also arranges seasonal (January to April) coast-to-coast forest treks terminating in Sabang or Simpocan. Also runs an Environmental Enforcement Museum out of its headquarters, which displays confiscated chainsaws, boats, dynamite and (sometimes) animals such as civets.
Treks in Central Palawan employ indigenous Batak guides. Further afield, Pasyar can set you up with community guides for overnight jungle treks around Taytay and Quezon.