More detailed travel guide here: El Nido Budget Travel Guide Simizu Island, also called Shimizu Island, is one of the numerous islands dotting Bacuit Bay in El Nido, Palawan. This small island is part of the El Nido Island Hopping Tour A package, so it can get crowded during midday.
More about 7 Commandos Beach here: The 7 Commandos Beach and the 7 Lost Soldiers: El Nido, Palawan, Philippines The 7 Commandos Beach is part of El Nido Island Hopping Tour A. Its long sloping stretch of fine sand and coconut trees welcome the guests after a long day of
More about Big Lagoon here: El Nido, Palawan: Big and Small Lagoons Big Lagoon is the second stop of El Nido Island Hopping Tour A, right after Small Lagoon. Just like any other lagoons in Palawan, Big Lagoon is dotted with dark limestone cliffs. The entrance to the lagoon has
More about Small Lagoon here: El Nido, Palawan: Big and Small Lagoons Miniloc Island’s Small Lagoon is just one of the many unbelievably beautiful lagoons in El Nido, Palawan. Usually the first stop of El Nido Island Hopping Tour A, this lagoon is surely a good place to kick-start this
More about Payong-Payong Beach here: El Nido, Palawan: Payong-Payong Beach of Miniloc Island Payong-Payong Beach is one of the popular white-sand beaches in Miniloc Island. Here, you can either get the thrill of swimming amidst the strong waves or just savor the chill vibe of splashing around gentle waves. This
More about Secret Lagoon here: El Nido, Palawan: Secret Lagoon of Miniloc Island Miniloc Island’s Secret Lagoon (also Hidden Lagoon) is actually an open secret, and a very popular one at that. Concealed behind the towering karst cliffs, the Secret Lagoon seems like a precious masterpiece that the dark limestone
Palawan has been hailed by Conde Nast Magazine as the #1 island in the world. With its beautiful, long white-sand beaches, coral reefs, limestone cliffs, and pristine blue waters, El Nido is definitely one of the reasons why Palawan became famous worldwide.
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