Narra Palawan

Narra is a municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines. It is located in the southern part of the province and is known for its beautiful natural scenery, including lush forests, white-sand beaches, and crystal-clear waters. The municipality is also home to several important ecological sites, including the Narra-Brooke’s Point Protected Landscape and Seascape, which is a protected area that covers over 10,000 hectares of forest and coastal ecosystems.

The municipality of Narra has a population of over 50,000 and is divided into 18 barangays (villages). The local economy is primarily based on agriculture and fishing, with crops such as coconut, rice, and corn being the main sources of income. Narra is also home to several small-scale industries and businesses.

Narra is home to several indigenous communities, including the Tagbanua, Palaw’an, and Molbog tribes, who have lived in the area for generations. The municipality also has a rich cultural heritage, with several historical landmarks and sites such as the Narra Heritage Park and the Narra Church.

The municipality of Narra is governed by the local government, led by the mayor and councilors. The municipality also has a police force, a fire department, and several other public services to ensure the safety and well-being of its citizens.

Narra is well-connected to other parts of Palawan and the Philippines via major roads and highways, including the South Palawan National Highway and the Palawan Circumferential Road. Public transportation options include jeepneys, tricycles, and buses.