Puerto Princesa Subterranean River – New 7 Wonders of Nature – GM # 37

Puerto Princesa Subterranean River

Puerto Princesa Subterranean River or better known as the St. Paul Underground river is located at the St. Paul Mountain Range north of  the centro of Puerto Princesa City.  It was recognized by Unesco as World Heritage site on December 4, 1999 and recently last November 11, 2011 after a series of voting   it was provisionally proclaimed as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature.

It was believed that it has the longest navigable underground river in the world wherein you can find different stalagmites and stalactites impressively formed and the home of different cove fauna.

Puerto Princesa, Palawan

Too sad, we were not able to get the chance to see and experience it’s beauty when we visit Puerto Princesa last 2009, because our daughter is still very young at that time and I don’t want the idea of just leaving her on the bay side with some of our relatives  but we do hope that we will have the chance to visit it for ourselves on our next Palawan trip.

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  2. wow.. i hope we can visit that place too..:)

  3. yay, i voted, too:)

  4. wow…quite fascinating…im sure it wud have been a great experience out there!

    cheers,
    My Third Eye

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