Several tourism stakeholders in Palawan have convened recently to discuss its plan to revitalize the local tourism industry in the province amid the lingering threat of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)
The Palawan provincial government and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) held a meeting to discuss the development of Coron and El Nido as tourist destination.
Palawan Governor Jose Ch. Alvarez said that the waterwaste in El Nido will now be solved by a Sewage and Solid Treament Plant.
The Palawan Capitol has lauded the inclusion of the province in the top 10 list to visit in Asia-Pacific for 2019 by the Lonely Planet.
Palawan Governor Jose Ch. Alvarez bared that his administration will pursue major infrastructure projects that will enhance connectivity in the province.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) reminded over 160 commercial establishments in El Nido and Coron to follow the easement rule provided under the law.
Reelected Palawan Governor Jose Ch. Alvarez has expressed his support to the programs of the Department of Health l.
At least 150 students, Sangguniang Kabataan officials and out of school youth have participated in the recently concluded Youth Congress in El Nido, Palawan.
A new covered court which doubles as an evacuation center in El Nido has been inaugurated recently.
A total of 526 Recovering Drug Surrenderees (RDS) from 29 barangays in Palawan have successfully finished their Community Enhancement and Livelihood Program or CELP last year.