Palawan is already popular around the world long before the internet and social media are in our fingertips. It is already written in the biology books worldwide because of the discovery of the oldest known human remains who thrive in the Philippines known as Tabon Man as discovered by National Museum led by late Dr. Robert Fox in 1962.
During the excavation, bones were found in the famous Tabon Caves in Municipality of Quezon which is situated 140 kilometers southwest of Puerto Princesa City.
It is possibly the oldest Homo sapiens fossil evidence in Southeast Asia in the form of a tibia fragment dating to 47,000+/- 11-10,000 years ago (IV-2000-T-97). Numerous archaeological artifacts were found including the famous Manunggol Jar a highly developed jar burial complex during Late Pleistocene and early post-Pleistocene periods which appeared during the Late Neolithic and continued to developed Metal Age as well as porcelains and stoneware indicating local trade with China during the Song and Yuan Dynasties.
Tabon caves in the Lipuun Point Reservation, Quezon, Palawan is the first tourist spot here in Palawan before its declaration as the Best Island in the World by Conde Nast Traveler last 2016 and Underground River as one of the 7 Wonders of the World. It was identified by the 1991 Philippine Tourism Master Plan as one of the priority areas for development in the Philippines.
The Tabon Cave complex has almost 200 caves with limestone formations and was named after a megapode bird that digs its nest into the ground. Only seven (7) caves are now open to the public. There are several wildlife species that have been known to exist at Lipuun Point and these include the Tabon bird, the Philippine macaque, the monitor lizard, the Palawan hornbill, the Palawan bearded pig, the Palawan stink badger, the Palawan porcupine, the Palawan malcoha, and the Palawan yellow rumpled flowerpecker.
The heritage of this place is almost unknown to Millennials nowadays, but the verification of these data is important to Philippine and Southeast Asian Prehistory. The Filipino culture started here in this place, and the potential for cultural tourism is promising.
The municipality of Quezon is also a haven for beautiful islands such as Sidanao, Tataran, White Sand, Masirik, Tamlangon, Lamani Beach, Double Island, and Malapakon. A must-see beach of the South.
Investment in this place is highly recommended because its local progress is at its early stage and the municipality is tagged by the Philippine Tourism as one of the priority development areas. The abandoned airstrips located in Balintang in Isugod and Ilian in Pinaglabanan may be rehabilitated for a faster mode of transportation to the Tabon Caves Complex.
The new concrete road going to Tabon Caves Complex is now also under construction for mainland access.
Astonishing view of the ocean as you passed by the under construction main road.
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One of the most beautiful island properties in Quezon, Palawan with complete amenities containing an area of two hundred seventy-four thousand and twenty-four square meters (274,024).
One of the oldest restaurants and resorts in Quezon, Palawan owned by a corporation. This property is located in Brgy. Tabon and is about 3 kilometers away from the Poblacion containing an area of thirty thousand square meters (30,000).
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