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Safe Visit at
San Vicente
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This is home to the country's longest beach - our prime attraction waiting to be explored.

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Wake up in
San Vicente
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Grab that bag to take plunge into these irresistible outdoor activities worth to experience.

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San Vicente is accessible by bus, shuttle vans & airplane, from several points.

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Safe Visit to San Vicente

San Vicente welcomes you!

The home of the country’s longest beach.

San Vicente is TIEZA’s first Flagship Tourism Enterprise Zone (TEZ), an Eco-town and a masterplanned municipality.

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WHAT TO PREPARE

Local Tourist

■Negative Antigen Result (24 hrs. before departure)
■Proof of pre-booking reservation
■Valid ID
■Fill-out the Responsible Visitor's Pledge

Domestic Travellers

■Negative RT-PCR Result (48 hrs. before departure)
■Proof of pre-booking reservation
■Valid ID
■Return Ticket
■Fill-out the Responsible Visitor's Pledge
■Register at S-Pass

First things first

We encourage our visitors to book their accommodation at DOT Accredited Establishments only.

Having a booked accommodation is one of the requirements to enter the municipality. Take the first step by planning your stay and enjoy the wonders of San Vicente.

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Online Forms

For a hassle-free pass at checkpoints, we encourage our visitors to fill-out the Responsible Visitor Pledge and Register at S-Pass.

How to get to San Vic

By LandBy SeaBy Air
Go to San Vic by Bus or Shuttle Van
San Vicente is accessible by land from Puerto Princesa City. Bus and shuttle vans regularly travel the 186 kilometer highway that links these two destination points. The starting point is at the Puerto Princesa Terminal in New Public Market. Travel time is approximately 3 hours by van and 5 hours by bus. San Vicente can also be reached via Roxas (48km and an hour away), Taytay(75km and about 2 hours travel time), and El Nido (137 km and takes 3 hours to travel.)
Go to San Vic by Motorized Bancas
San Vicente can also be reached by sea. Registered sea tourist transports(motorized bancas) travel to Port Barton from Sabang, Puerto Princesa City. The journey takes 4 hours and it is also possible to hire a boat from El Nido to Port Barton or Poblacion, San Vicente. The travel time is approximately 6 hours.
Go to San Vic by Airplane
San vicente can be reached through a direct flight from Clark International Airport via Philippine Airlines, four times a week – Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Read the Updated Guidelines for Accredited Accommodation Establishments in Accepting Guests outside San Vicente

For more information

Our tourism office is located at New Agutaya, San Vicente, Palawan.

You may contact us via email at sanvicente_tourism@yahoo.com or call us at 0917-854-4481(Globe) , 0999-400-1454(Smart) and 0912-575-3279 for Port Barton Tourism Office.