EL NIDO: TOUR B

Tour B includes attractions such as Entalula Island, Snake Island, Cudugnon Cave, Cathedral Cave, Pinagbuyutan Island. These places have powdery white sand, clear blue waters, beautiful rock formations, and a chill atmosphere. Another perfect getaway for those who want some nature tripping for a vacation.

EL NIDO: SIMIZU ISLAND (Tour A)

Simizu Island (or Shimizu Island) is usually the lunch stop for El Nido’s Island Hopping Tour A; expect the island to get really busy and crowded at noon, most especially during peak season. Aside from Miniloc Island, Bacuit Bay is home to other islands laden with karst cliffs; Simizu (also

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EL NIDO: TOUR A

Tour A is the most popular activity in El Nido, and for a reason. Much of the tour explores the beautiful Miniloc Island and its breathtaking lagoons: one small, one big, and one hidden. It is often the first trip recommended for those who want to see spectacular limestone formations

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EL NIDO TRAVEL GUIDE

The world-famous municipality of El Nido remains one of the most favorite destinations in Palawan, Philippines. It is also one of the three most visited places on the island, conveniently located in the middle of the other two – Coron and Puerto Princesa.

EL NIDO: TOUR D

Island hopping is one of the activities you can do while in El Nido. Tour D includes Paradise Beach, Bukal Beach, Natnat Beach, Pasandigan Beach, and Cadlao Lagoon. These destinations have a mix of powdery white sand, azure waters, an idyllic atmosphere, and a raw beauty that characterizes many attractions

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HOW TO GET TO EL NIDO

Manila to El Nido There is only one airline that flies from Manila directly to El Nido’s Lio Airport — Airswift. It operates about four flights per day. The fare estimates about P5,100 one-way during the off-peak season, which includes taxes and meals. Baggage allowance has an additional charge of

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EL NIDO: PAYONG-PAYONG BEACH

Payong-Payong Beach is an alternative lunch stop for El Nido’s Island Hopping Tour A if Simizu Island gets too crowded during peak hour. The beach is one of Miniloc Island’s white-sand beaches. Depending on your preference, you can brave the strong waves on one part of the beach or just

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