Lavista resort

Address: Narra, Palawan, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Narra, Palawan.
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    Travel Blogs from Palawan

    Thank you ma'am, no ma'am, toasted ma'am?

    A travel blog entry by noha.elhakeem on Jan 28, 2015

    5 photos

    We sadly left El Nido behind and took the 1pm van back to Puerto Princesa. It was a long 5 hours but it would be the last long van ride we would have to take this trip, so that was encouraging. We arrived in Puerto and it was dark and the van dropped us off directly at our hotel (after dropping off a fellow Canadian girl on the side of the street to catch a tricycle to her hostel, sucks!). We seemed to be in a super sketchy part of town and we had to walk down ...

    Tao Philippines

    A travel blog entry by jacquimwilson on Jan 08, 2015

    2 comments, 72 photos

    ... made with vinegar and soy). Of course every meal was served with plenty of rice, or "Filipino power," as the boat crew called it. When the meal was ready, they would call us together and the chef would go over each dish, and wrap up by saying “ATTACK!” And so we did!

    Tao has a a solar lamp program, where people going on the excursions can bring solar lamps from home, and go with the boat crew to give them to community members living ...

    Pangalusian Island, Philippines!

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Jan 19, 2014

    32 photos

    ... you request feedback through the Homeland security site, it tells you not to go, and that it is extremely unsafe. They certainly do have a lot of security out here, which bolsters the concerns about traveler safety. We were taken from the airport to the hotel in a hotel limo, and before being allowed to pass through the formidable barricade at the gate, the guards checked under the vehicle for bombs with mirrors and had a trained German Shepherd sniff ...

    Palawan Paradise

    A travel blog entry by kevandhazel on Apr 30, 2013

    22 photos

    ... a army of tourists is heading to it. As a result the local government decided that one needs a permit to visit the place – actually a good thing to limit the amount of tourists we thought. For sure the process of getting this permit is a whole different story at all.

    The majority of the permits are taken up by travel agencies well in advance. Nevertheless there are one hundred tickets a day allotted to walk in tourists. So we had been ...

    Puerto Princezzzzzzzza

    A travel blog entry by mgoodyear on Feb 01, 2013

    2 photos

    ... inconsequential except to taxi drivers. In Siem Reap, you see residents' lives revolving entirely around the masses of tourists as they do the best that they can in a situation where it seems there is barely any other way to make a living. The enormous surplus of tuk tuk drivers, street masseurs, tour guides, fish pedicures and handicraft hawkers in SR made me wonder what is going to happen to the place when rising fuel prices push the price of flights out of reach of the current ...