Palawan, which means “hero” is one of the largest archipelago’s in the world and home to the indigenous Palawano people. This unique journey explores the remote islands off Palawan’s northern coast, and travels amongst island communities that are part of a unique sustainable eco tourism enterprise that’s helping preserve the environment and local fishing and farming traditions. There are few tourists along this voyage, and is a opportunity to immerse in a culture and way of life that few travelers experience. As we adjust to a slower pace and let go of our busy daily lives we’ll connect with the island people and explore the area’s incredible natural beauty, with it’s crystal clear waters, unique limestone cliffs, white sand beaches and unique biodiversity. For the locals Palawan is known as the last frontier, and makes this truly one of the last unspoiled island destinations in the world.