Located on Calauit Islands, north of Busuanga Island, in Northern Palawan, Calauit Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary is a first-of-its-kind game preserve and wildlife sanctuary in the Philippines.
The Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary provides home to African animals and Palawan’s endangered endemic animals on Calauit Islands.
Calauit was declared a game preserve and wildlife sanctuary in 1977 as the Philippines responded to an appeal by the IUCN or the International Union of Conservation of Nature to save endangered animals in Africa.
The Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary is a natural habitat with the absolute minimum of human interference or disturbance. All the plants and animals are allowed to live in their most natural state .
Calauit Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary is open to the public. However, certain standards of Visitor Conduct are provided for in the National Integrated Protected Areas Act and the Strategic Environmental Plan for Palawan. This is to protect the sanctuary and preserve it for future generations.
How to get there
Chartered flights are available via Puerto Princesa.