To get back to Puerto Princesa you go first by sea to San Vicente (chartered boat only, 1 hour) from where land transportation ( about 5- 6 hours, by jeepney ride) back to Puerto Princesa. Keep in mind this is not a daily guaranteed schedule. 4 hours south of Puerto Princesa in Quezon is a 29-cave complex with archealogic artifacts, called Tabon Cave. The nature in El Nido and Busuanga Island is blessed with spectacular limestone rock formations thrusting out of the sea to create numerous tiny islands with dramatic seaside cliffs. Its serene beauty easily compares internationally with Guilin in China, Halong Bay in Vietnam and Kho Phi Phi in Thailand. However, these places tend to be overflown with tourists, whereas The Philippines remains rather untouched. On top, Busuanga is blessed with Japanese wrecks from World War II, attracking scuba divers from all over the world.