Looking a long time in the future could shock anyone who has seen and watched the nearly self contained environment of San Vicente five decades back. In case the Integrated Tourism Master Plan and Conceptual Tourism Master Plan drawn by Palafox Associates will be efficiently implemented and implemented, San Vicente will be the flagship traveller destination of the Philippines in the future. The Long Beach is believed to be the nation’s longest white sand beach with numerous beach front owners that are real estate developers, hotel and resort operators, political & showbiz figures and big time businessmen. With the pure beauty of the Long Beach, coupled with the right investors with the capability to make huge development, San Vicente is really the upcoming big thing.
The future development of San Vicente is real matter. Therefore, to prevent the damaging negative impact over development in the future, the master plan have drafted a set of steps to protect the natural environment of San Vicente’s long beach. The guidelines comprise having a shorter man made structure peaks, a further setback zone from the high tide water mark, and the protection of natural vegetation among others, any of those along with other approaches have been aimed to steer the San Vicente tourism master plan into an expert environment and renewable program. San Vicente is a first class municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines.
In accordance with the 2015 census, San Vicente has a population of 31, 232 individuals. San Vicente is based in the north side of the main island of Palawan. San Vicente is 186 kilometers away from Puerto Princesa City. San Vicente is located away from tropical cyclone and earthquakes. San Vicente occupies a total land area of roughly 165, 798 hectares. With the vast land area of San Vicente, coupled with its strong potentials from the tourism industry, it’s forecast to experience residential, commercial and industrial growth in the future. San Vicente is blessed with beaches, waterfalls, distinctive coastlines with abundant marine life, mangroves, mountains and forests.
San Vicente is home to untapped beaches, coral reefs, water drops, forest cover and areas. San Vicente is also home to 23 of 25 wildlife species found in Palawan. San Vicente’s 14.7 kilometers of beach front, popularly referred to as the Long Beach, has been converted into an emerging tourist destination. San Vicente is emerging as one of the tourism hot place from the Philippines. San Vicente is eyed to become one of the eco tourism hub in South East Asia in the next few years. Introduce the flagship tourist area of Flagship Tourism Enterprise Zone was initiated with the marking of a Memorandum of Agreement between the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority as well as the local authorities unit of San Vicente in 2013.