Most talks about Palawan Island is all about Puerto Princesa Underground River, Dos Palmas, Honday Bay or El Nido Beaches and Islands but unknown to the many travelers there are still a lot of places to go beyond these usual destinations. There are more others in the roster of natural and man-made parks at the outskirts of the capital city and are just waiting to welcome travelers who are in for something new in the countryside.
There lies at the midst of the picturesque green scenery of rice fields and forests at the Municipality of Narra, Palawan is natural bounty of nature cascading down from atop of the dense forest - Estrella Falls. Although, it isn't the majestic type of waterfall but it has its own unique characteristics making it apart from the others. It's crystal clear waters seem to bid it's visitors to immerse themselves and enjoy its coolness anytime of the day. The place is suitable for group picnics for an entrance fee of P 20.00 . There are tables and benches provided for the convenience of its visitors including well-maintained restrooms. For one who prefers a quite place to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature, this place is highly commendable.
The municipality of Narra is located in the middle of southern Palawan and is also famous because of its Palay Festival formerly known as Anihan Festival. From Puerto Princesa, it will take about 4-5 hours of travel down to this place however, travel time becomes enjoyable if you try to enjoy everything you see along the way there.
- The estimated 15-minute travel from Narra to this location may be a little uncomfortable because the way going there is a little bumpy.
- Travelers must have a hired transportation in going and out of since there are no vehicles for hire in the place.
- Big rocks can be very slippery so extra care and caution must be observed.
- Swimming too close to the falls is very dangerous so swimmers are advised not to swim in the restricted area.