An island that is a league of its own. Its white beaches, steep, rugged cliffs and the surrounding Babuyan Channel seduce the senses. Wave-polished corals, seashells and beautiful rock formations sprouting like mushrooms make a haven for swimming and snorkeling, scuba diving, shell collecting, fishing, forest exploration and whatever outdoor activity one can dream of. Migratory birds like white herons from neighboring countries up north of the Philippines visit the island between September and October.
Palaui offers an all-around experience because its hills beckon the trekker, and its forest, home to many endangered species, shelters a waterfall. The crystal clear waters are more than tempting, and the white sand – which you will realize are actually dead corals when you set foot on the island – is simply beautiful.
Jotay Resort offers clean, modern comfortable rooms, most with air conditioning, and each with a shower, in a quiet position adjacent to the beach together with a large secure garden area. Also has 2 dormitory units, each good for 8 persons.
Jotay Resort will arrange boat trips for fishing, to remote white-sand beaches and to and around nearby Palaui Island.
Friday, November 04, 2005
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