The Cuyo Archipelago (also known as the Cuyo Islands) are a group of small islands located in the middle of the Sulu Sea between Palawan and Panay. The administrative and commercial center of the islands is Cuyo town on the western half of Cuyo Island. Pamalican Island, where the exclusive luxury resort of Amanpulo is situated, is the northernmost island belonging to the municipality of Cuyo.
There is no doubt that Cuyo is such a wonderful place, but tourist to this lovely place should also be responsible enough to just leave footprints and nothing else. The simple life in this Island will give you a rest thus a moment of silence for your souls. Also, culture is preserved amidst the modernization of the town’s neighbors.
What to Do When in Cuyo Palawan
Island hopping: discover the white sand islands of Pandan, Bisucay, Barrin, Capnayan, Quiminatin, Malcatop, Imalaguan and Silat or the other islands in the north covered by the town of Magsaysay and Agutaya
Wind Surfing or Kiting in Anino Windsurfing Retreat.
Snorkeling and diving just bring your own equipment or hop on live aboard dive cruise.
Beach bumming in Capusa Beach and Lucbuan Beach
Island tour – explore the old houses and structures that can be traced back from Spanish era
See the century old St. Augustine Church inside Cuyo Fort
Trek to Mount Aguado
How to Get to Cuyo
Air Juan is the only commercial airline flying in and out of Cuyo Airport. It operates flights to and from Puerto Princesa, Caticlan, Iloilo, and Sipalay.
The common mode of transport going in and out of Cuyo is by ferry. There are two major ferry companies serving Puerto Princesa – Cuyo – Iloilo (and vice versa) routes – Montenegro Shipping Lines and Milagrosa Shipping Lines.