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PPUR is one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature!

Congrats Philippines!

Puerto Princesa Underground River is now one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature.

Based on the first count of votes yesterday, 11-11-11, our very own PPUR made it to the list of the provisional New7Wonders of Nature.

Confirmation of winners will be announced early next year pending the calculation and validation of votes.

Let’s hope for the best and pray that all votes will be validated so that New 7 Wonders of Nature will officially be named in 2012.

Source: http://www.new7wonders.com/

Vote for Puerto Princesa Underground River

I just cast my vote and hopefully Puerto Princesa Underground River will make it to the list of New 7 Wonders of Nature.

To vote, log in to http://www.new7wonders.com.

I haven’t seen the place yet, but it’s definitely part of the long list of places in the Philippines that I wish to visit someday. I don’t need to obtain or hold Help Desk Specialist Jobs to achieve that. There are travel sites that offer discounted fares to groups or a family package and I need to avail that to get to Palawan. People rave about the beauty of Puerto Princesa and the amazing feature of its Underground River that directly flows into the South China Sea. I’d really love to see Puerto Princesa right now.

The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is located about 50 km north of the city of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines. It features a limestone karst mountain landscape with an 8.2 km. navigable underground river. A distinguishing feature of the river is that it winds through a cave before flowing directly into the South China Sea. It includes major formations of stalactites and stalagmites, and several large chambers. The lower portion of the river is subject to tidal influences. The underground river is reputed to be the world’s longest. At the mouth of the cave, a clear lagoon is framed by ancient trees growing right to the water’s edge. Monkeys, large monitor lizards, and squirrels find their niche on the beach near the cave.