It’s safe to say that among the little islands of Palawan, Pamalican Island -- with its majestic beauty and famous luxury resorts such as Amanpulo -- is one that stands out the most.
When viewed from the sky, Pamalican Island can be easily distinguished among the rest — it’s the island that resembles a comet surrounded by crisp, white sands. In Pamalican, man meets and interacts with nature. Here, you can take a 90-minute walk exploring the island where you can meet baby turtles and baby sharks along the way. At Pamalican Island, the pristine Sulu Water is too tempting to resist — a dive to see the island’s rich and beautiful marine life can help confirm that. Whether you want to just relax in a hammock, go beachcombing, or embark on every beach adventure available, Pamalican Island is the place for you.
Pamalican Island is located in Palawan.
Opening Days and Hours
The island can be accessed anytime.
Entry Fee and Bookings
The rates of resorts around Pamalican Island are on the pricey side. An estimated budget for a 3-day stay is PhP 55000 – PhP 105000 (USD 1059 to USD 2023).
How to Get There
- Fly from Manila to Puerto Princesa via Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines.
- From Puerto Princesa, board another plane to Cuyo Islands.
- Backpackers/solo travelers
- Group of friends
Time to Spend
Most visitors stay here for a minimum of 3 days.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The best time to visit Pamalican Island is from January to March. when the weather is perfect and tourists have not flocked to the island yet.
- Indoor activities
- Scuba diving
In-house restaurants are ready to serve guests.
- Picnic Grove
- Caspusan Beach
Rates around the island can range from USD 800 to USD 2500.