Port Barton is just a small village along the western coast of northern Palawan. Contrary to popular belief, it is NOT a town. It is simply one of the barangays of the municipality of San Vicente. The confusion probably stems from the fact that when locals say “San Vicente,” they usually refer to the town proper (near Long Beach). It’s a small, quiet village. It’s so tiny, you can walk from one end to another in a matter of minutes. Unlike its more famous neighbor El Nido, it is not that popular among tourists. There are no luxury hotels here. No fancy restaurants. No crowds. But that’s exactly why the few tourists it manages to attract come here in the first place, its precious silence. Although tourism is beginning to grow, it barely makes a beep compared to all the roars of the usual juggernauts like Boracay, El Nido or Cebu.


Twin Reef

Wide Reef

Turtle Spot

Star Fish

Inaladelan Island


Turtle spot

twin reef

Maxima island

fantastic island

Inaladelan Island



Aquarium reef

reef No.5

turtle spot

bigaho waterfalls


wide reef

maxima island

turtle spot


bigaho waterfalls


  • Boat fee

  • picnic lunch

  • snorkling mask

  • island entrance fee

  • eco-tourism card

Unit 3GA Unitop Mall, Malvar Street, Puerto Princesa Palawan 5300

Tel: 048-433-0775

Cel: (+63)946-196-8117


Email address: Samakitatravel16@gmail.com

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