Bambua Nature Cottages
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Bambua Nature Cottages
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Bambua Nature Cottages Puerto Princesa
Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
... the road. Only mine kept cutting out because the battery was flat. Eventually, once we got it some fuel and did a longer stint riding it, it was okay. It only cut out from time to time when it changed gears, which was just mildly irritating. At first I was a touch worried. I'd never ridden a motorbike (or moped) before. Learning in Asia doesn't seem like the best idea, but I was pretty sure Palawan was a quiet island. Unfortunately around Puerto ...
... perfectly clear sea, a scattering of palm trees with woven hammocks draped in between, and a family of eight turtles swimming around just off the beach. As a group, we found a table and Wen Wen opened up the ice cold beers. He and Rumi cooked up a choice of BBQ fish, fresh cucumber, tomato, and onion salad, and rice. Very healthy and delicious. We tried a red banana for the first time, tasting a little sweeter than a yellow banana. Then of course we had to take a swim in search ...
... with us after we saw one of many wild dog fights here, and probably for companionship guided us to the waterfall with uncanny ability for directions, as its over two hours walk each way and with a few forks en route. After the beautiful two hour hike to the waterfall we arrive at the plunge pool beneath it, which is very deep near the waterfall itself and is ice cold freshwater, really enjoyable after the sweaty hike! It even has a mini ...
... Either way, we were in hysterics as we were thrown around in the back. "three minutes to Port Barton" the relief in the back of the van was almost tangible, we really had made it! We were greeted by our host for the next few days Len Len, who was a little Filipino woman with a bright enthusiasm and a memorable face. She and the drivers guided us in and helped with the bags. We'd stopped on the way out of Puerto Princesa to grab a couple of pot noodles in the hopes ...
... and we spent some time chatting on the roadside while the owner hid. They warned me about dogs with rabies and told me what to look out for. Reassuring :).
I met an Aussie guy who works in Manila and was holidaying with his local girlfriend here. He used to be a policeman in Australia and then worked in Indonesia for the Aus government before coming to the Philippines. He now works on housing development projects and was explaining to me just how many ...