Palawan Butterfly Garden and Tribal Village Photos and Videos

Friday, April 08, 2016

In my Puerto Princesa Day 1 of 3: City Tour (Itinerary and Expenses) article, I told you that I'll be sharing more photos and videos of the Palawan Butterfly Garden and Tribal Village in a separate blog post. After several days, I finally had a chance to write about it. Hope you enjoy it. :)

Palawan Butterfly Garden and Tribal Village Pictures and Videos
Palawan Butterfly Garden and Tribal Village Pictures and Videos
In case you haven't read about our PPS City tour experience, head over to this link (Click here!). 

Butterfly Garden

Butterfly Garden's Entrance
Entrance of the Butterfly Garden
Butterfly Garden Signage
"The Palawan Butterfly Garden is a private entity whose aim is to conserve native butterflies. We are open for public so that visitors can have a closer observation on these fascinating creatures and to help create awareness in the conservation of nature."
Pupa is a stage of a caterpillar undergoing transformation
Malay Giant Scorpion
Malay Giant Scorpion
Walking Sticks
Walking Sticks
They camouflage to avoid predators
Here's my favorite shot! Gecko belongs to the lizard family.
They are neither bears nor cats... They are Bear Cats! LOL
Just one random shot in the garden!
Just one random shot...
Feeling like a butterfly! LOL

Tribal Village

Aside from the Butterfly Garden, they also have a tribal village here where visitors are allowed to interact with Palawan's native tribesmen and witness their culture.

Entrance of the Tribal Village
"Palaw'an is one of the many indigenous peoople of Palawan that have been living in the province of thousand of years. A few traits and trades have been preserved since younger generations are now adopting to modernization. The Tribal Village is to preservethos remaining traits and trades by its Cultural shows; visitors will get a rare chance to interact with the native peopl that still holds pure Palaw'an bloodline. Visitors will learn the Palaw'an way of hunting, survival, handycraft making, daily life and even the Palaw'an way of hanging out."

On our way to the entrance 
The Native Palawenyos offered us a performance using their traditional instruments.
One of their traditional instruments

Tribal Village Videos

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