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Discovering San Vicente

Hidden between the iconic spots of El Nido and Puerto Prinsesa, San Vicente is a hidden gem off the western side of Palawan Island. San Vicente’s Long Beach is known as the Philippines’ longest white sand beach, traversing a total of 14.7 kilometers. Life on the coastline is very relaxed and peaceful, a far cry from the crowded and bustling shores of Boracay or El Nido. And although accommodations and businesses are presently concentrated around the Poblacion area, business is expected to pick up and grow with the completion of the new airport and the arrival of SkyJet airlines into the municipality’s runway.

Getting to San Vicente

Travel from Manila to San Vicente can be done two ways:

1. A mix of air and land – When travelling with other airlines, you have to take a flight from Manila to Puerto Prinsesa, followed by taking a bus or a van to San Vicente. Travel time usually takes a total of 6 to 7 hours, flight and land travel included.

2. Direct flight – SkyJet Airlines flies direct from Manila to San Vicente for only 50 minutes and is the first airline to fly to their newly-constructed airport.

Currency

  • Philippine Peso (PHP)

Languages

  • Palawanon, Tagbanwa, Palawan Batak, English, Tagalog

Plugs

  • Type A, B, and C
  • Note: Although electricity is available throughout the entire municipality, Port Barton’s electrical access is still limited to 5pm until midnight.

Time Zone

  • UTC+08:00

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        Weather Forecast

        Direct flights from Manila to Camiguin and vice versa starts on
        May 6, 2019

        Direct flights from Manila to San Vicente and vice versa starts on
        July 16, 2019