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Palawan is the largest island of the Palawan Province, Philippines. It is still very undeveloped and traditional. Abundant wildlife, jungle mountains, and white sandy beaches attract many tourists. Palawan, the only Philippine island cited, is rated by National Geographic Traveler magazine as the best island destination in the East and Southeast Asia region in 2007, and the 13th best island in the world having "incredibly beautiful natural seascapes and landscapes. One of the most biodiverse (terrestrial and marine) islands in the Philippines. The island has a Biosphere Reserve status since early 1990s, showing local interest for conservation and sustainable development". Here are some of the islands found in Palawan.

Coco Loco Island

The Coco Loco Island is located at the Municipality of Roxas can be reached through a two-hour ride going North of Palawan from the City of Puerto Princesa, the Capital of the province, and another 45-minute boat ride from the wharf of Roxas.

Bacauit Bay, El Nido

Bacauit Bay has 48 limestone islands where numerous undeveloped beaches, lagoons, coves, and caves to be explored.
Lagen Island
Lagen Island is set in a cove fringed by a thick primary forest, is a showcase of El Nido's flora and fauna. Trees and limestone cliffs provide various niches for a diverse variety of birds and mammals.
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Coron Island

Coron is a small fishing village located southeast of the island of Busuanga, Palawan and opposite the island of Coron – the ancestral homeland of the Tagbanuas.

Cuyo Islands

Cuyo Island Group is a group of 45 islets with a total land area of 50 square miles (130 km2). It lies south of Mindoro and between Northern Palawan and Panay. The biggest island in this group is Cuyo with an area of 22 square miles (57 km2) and is about 9 miles (14 km) long.