Explore Port Barton
December 28-29, 2015 - Port Barton, Palawan, Philippines
After exploring the longest beach in the Philippines (San Vicente, Palawan) next is “Port Barton”. It’s a one-hour boat ride away from San Vicente. Port Barton is a quieter, smaller, and more laid-back version of El Nido. And also, it is cheaper compared to Coron and El Nido. The place is popular for budget backpackers and international travelers who love adventures and knows how to appreciate simple living in a rural, relaxing, and peaceful beach village. Some of them stayed here for 2 weeks to 1 month, while others made already this place as their home. Beaches and islands here in Port Barton are unspoiled that makes the place more attractive.
Off to Port Barton (Drin and Patrick)
Before Port Barton, we made a stopover here in this beautiful island as they called it “Palawan Camping”(next on my blog)..
White sand beach
And this is it! Hello Port Barton! (look at those amazing sand bars)
On our way to Villa Evergreen Bayview
The majestic view from Villa Evergreen Bayview, the inn has the best view from the top as you can watch the sunset and sunrise.
Port Barton at night
Mornings at Port Barton, what a stunning view
A very good place to have your morning coffee
“Love, Paradise of Port Barton”
We also went to nearby falls that took 1 hour from the Villa Evergreen Bayview.
I’m running out of words to describe how beautiful Port Barton is. We are so lucky to have a friend (Patrick) who happens to be the owner of this very beautiful Villa Evergreen Bayview, we stayed here for free and cherished every single moment. Ahhhhh i’ll definitely come back! This will totally worth your holidays.
You can checkout TripAdvisor to know more about Villa Evergreen Bayview.
P.S. - You can also visit their restaurant: Villa Evergreen Restaurant