Welcome to Rizal
Welcome to Rizal! The last frontier of Palawan, the country’s last ecological frontier.
Though the Municipality is one of the least known among the countless destination in the province, it boasts of truly unforgettable sights.
Mt. Mantalingan, Palawan’s highest peak, and a veritable paradise of lush virgin forests, home to rare flora and fauna, majestically towers over the Municipality.
The different heights and styles of Waterfalls scattered from north to south.
Spectacular white sand beaches stretch along the entire coastal length.
The unique natural design and location of the Double Island.
The Tau’t Batu Tribe, a unique group of indigenous people, can be found in Singnapan Valley.
Visit the Tribal Communities.
Try Mountain hiking or River Camping.
Experience white water tube rafting.
To those who have experienced it’s largely unspoilt natural and cultural treasures, Rizal is truly worth the visit, again and again.
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Rizal, officially the Municipality of Jose P. Rizal, is a 1st class municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 50,096 people.
Prior to its formation as a separate municipality, the place was known as Tarumpitao Point and was part of the Municipality of Quezon. By virtue of Batas Pambansa Blg. 386, it was formed as a municipality on April 14, 1983, called Marcos. It was renamed after José Rizal in 1987 through Republic Act No. 6652.
The municipality also hosts the Singnapan charcoal petrographs.
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