Inaladelan Island Resort: Palawan’s Hidden Paradise in Port Barton, San Vicente

It's time to explore more uncharted territory! 

For years, Puerto Princesa, El Nido and Coron have been the go-to destinations when heading to Palawan. It's time to explore more uncharted territory! 

A three-hour drive from Puerto Princesa and a 20-minute boat ride from Port Barton, San Vicente awaits Inaladelan Island Resort – a 12-hectare private beach tucked away from the bustling areas of Palawan.

How to get there: 

From Puerto Princesa, book a van going to Port Barton which will take about two to three hours so it's best if you leave early since there is only one trip going to the island at 9am. Upon arrival at Port Barton, head to the shore by the waiting area to take a boat going to Inaladelan Island Resort. The trip back to Port Barton from the island is at 4pm only. For those who opt to camp at the island, pick-up time is at 3pm from Port Barton to the island and 11am from the island to Port Barton the next day.

If you're one who wants to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and have a taste of the island life but would still want to be provided with the basic amenities for maximum comfort, a trip to Inaladelan is a must. Inaladelan which means "motherland," is a serene island that's perfect for your next holiday getaway, especially if you want some quiet.


Whether you're visiting just for a day or want to go all out and camp out, Inaladelan Island Island Resort offers a great package for the complete island experience – complete meals, roundtrip boat transfers and guests get their own camping tents with comfortable beds and pillows. Imagine waking up to the calming sound of the sea! Just perfect. 

Note: Eco card fee of Php50/person is not included in the package, guests may settle this at the coast guard area/tourism area.

Be one with nature and experience the white sand and turquoise waters in the unspoiled island that is Inaladelan. Other than just relaxing and basking in the sun, the resort also offers a few other activities: beach volleyball, bonfire, boardgames and swimming with turtles among others. 

After a full day of activities, head on over to the island's Pavillion for a feast of fresh-off-the-grill items the staff has prepared. Want a quick pick-me-upper? The island also offers drinks, cocktails and light snacks to fill you up. 

For more information and reservations, visit Inaladelan Island Resort's website and follow them on Facebook and Instagram.


Homestream image from Aloha Palawan


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Nadine is a 20-something creative who has an insatiable hunger to discover and share. She produces lifestyle content and original series for ClickTheCity. When she's not working, you can find her binge-watching shows on Netflix, traveling in hopes to conquer the world one dish at a time or working out to burn all the food she has eaten (so she could eat again). She wanted to be an astronaut as a kid. It obviously didn't work out!

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