El Nido's Tourist Destinations
El Nido Palawan is like entering into a postcard, with crystal blue waters, magnificent beaches, and a rich marine life so beautiful that it has won the distinction of one of the best islands in the world, not just once.
El Nido tour package
El Nido Tours A, B, C, and D each take you on a voyage to discover a different portion of the islands that surround El Nido. Beautiful and well-preserved islands, clear water lagoons, white sand beaches, and snorkeling locations with hundreds of fish and coral species await you...
El Nido's Tour A is one of the best and most popular island-hopping tours. During the day, you'll come across magnificent lagoons, beaches, and snorkeling areas where you may swim and appreciate the corals, colorful fauna, and hundreds of different fish species.
From the air, on your kayak, and underwater, the Big Lagoon is a breathtaking sight. It has everything. You enter the lagoon by a narrow and shallow entrance channel bordered by massive limestone cliffs.
El Nido's Small Lagoon is one of Palawan's most popular tourist spots. Between crystal blue waters and lush tropical environs, it has some of the island's most spectacular limestone rock formations.
Seven Commandos Beach is a picturesque beach in El Nido, Philippines, located beneath the magnificent limestone cliffs that make El Nido famous. Behind the pristine sand, coconut palms line the beach, and you can snorkel, explore, or sunbathe while sipping on a coconut.
Tour A takes you to Shimizu Island, where you may snorkel and explore corals, as well as rest on the white sand beach. This is also where your boat will most likely stop for lunch. El Nido's geological beauty is exemplified by its massive limestone cliffs covered with greenery.
Tour B, the island hopping tour, is a lot of fun. White sand beaches, snorkeling, and a cave visit are all included, as well as a unique sandbar in the midst of the sea.
Snake island is one-of-a-kind spot in El Nido, because it connects the mainland to an island at pow tide and is a two-foot-under-water sandbar at hightide.
Set sail over the waters of Palawan on your journey to Cudugnon Cave, a significant archaeological site in the country. The cave was said to have been used as a burial site, which explains why it is littered with bones and other artifacts such as ancient pottery. Admire the interior's beautiful stalactite and stalagmite structures that protrude out of the carved limestone.
This beach offers pristine white sand, shady palms, and an Indian arrowhead-shaped free-standing rock.
El Nido Tour C is the most popular of the El Nido tours. It will take you to lovely islands, beaches, and snorkeling places, as well as an unique location called Matinloc Shrine. If you could only do one tour in El Nido, it would most likely be Tour C.
One of the highlights of the tour is snorkeling at Matinloc Island, which features a 100-meter white powdery sand beach surrounded by healthy coral and a bustling fish scene.
Divers can expect to see a diverse range of marine life as well as an exceptional (and one-of-a-kind) collection of corals at helicopter island diving sites. Helicopter Island's real name is Dilumacad. It was given this name by locals and tourists because of its unique and recognizable shape.
The Secret Beach is a hidden gem hidden among the cliffs, accessible only by a narrow gap. To get to this spot, one must swim through this opening, which shines brightly even when the sun kisses the cliffs.
Star Beach, like Shimizu Island on tour A, is an excellent snorkeling location. While your guides prepare your lunch, you can first appreciate the deep-water delights.
El Nido island hopping Tour D will take you on an unforgettable experience via some of Palawan's most gorgeous beaches. You'll have plenty of time to rest on the white beach, go snorkeling, see the colorful aquatic fauna, and simply appreciate the beauty of nature.
Bukal Beach on Bukal Island is included on El Nido's Tour D, and it's also worth seeing on its own. It may be small in size, but it compensates with a lovely beachscape, calm waters for swimming, and a panoramic view of the surrounding area.
Ipil Beach is a magnificent beach on Pinagbuyutan Island. Its limestone cliffs soar majestically above the sea, casting a shadow on the island's other side. This provides pleasant shade on a portion of Ipil Beach for half of the day. This tourist destination is a great place to relax, sunbathe, or swim in the clear waters.
El Nido's Paradise Beach lives up to its name. It features pure white beaches, glistening emerald waters, dancing coconut trees, and a feel of being in the middle of nowhere. It is the ideal location for anyone looking to simply rest and unwind, swim in the seas, tan, or forget about their worries.