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Tour A is one of the best and most popular island hopping tours in El Nido. During the day, you will discover beautiful lagoons, beaches and snorkeling spots where you can swim and admire the corals, the colorful fauna and its hundred of fishes species
Island hopping Tour B is definitely an interesting one. You will enjoy white sand beaches, snorkeling, but also get to visit a cave and discover a very unique sandbar in the middle of the sea.
Tour C is probably the most popular of all El Nido Tours. It will take you on a journey to beautiful islands, beaches and snorkeling spots, and to an uncanny place: Matinloc Shrine. If you were to pick only one tour in El Nido, this probably would be Tour C
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Taste an authentic Filipino menu during lunchtime. Gear up with a mask and snorkel and immerse yourself underwater to see the lush coral reefs and diverse marine life of Shimizu Island. Swim away the day and remember to take a few pictures to bring back home!
El Nido is famous for its beaches, and there’s not better way to se ethe best beach spots in the area than through this amazing tour. Your first stop on El Nido’s white-sand wonders is Snake Island, a unique isle in the blue waters with a sandbar that gives it its iconic name, winding through the sea like a snake. Then it’s off to Pinagbuyatan Island, an isle that is famous for its limestone formations that had been formed thousands of years ago. After lunch, you’ll head off to yet another gorgeous beach at Papaya Beach. The beach is white sand, blue water perfection that looks straight out of a Hollywood movie. You’ll then explore the hidden wonders of Cudugnon Cave. Watch your head as you move through the rock passageways and explore the gorgeous natural caverns of this rock formation. El Nido is rich in untouched natural splendor, and this is a tour that will endure in your memories.
Experience the untouched natural beauty of the Big and Small Lagoons surrounded by the limestone mountains of Miniloc Island. Prepare to discover and swim in the Secret Lagoon hidden away between limestone cliffs. Gear up with a mask and snorkel and immerse yourself underwater to see the lush coral reefs and diverse marine life of Shimizu Island. Swim away the day and remember to take a few pictures to bring back home! End the day sunbathing on the white sand of Seven Commandos Beach. Lounge on its silky sands and catch the sunset before heading back to town.
Tour A Destination
Head to Cudugnon Cave and the Cathedral Cave to learn more about the rich history behind these sites. Once used as a hideout during WWII, the Cudugnon Cave showcases a stunning natural rock formation. Admire the phenomenal Cathedral Cave, which offers an incredible view of the beautiful limestone cliffs.
Finally, visit Snake Island and take a romantic stroll along the white sandbank with your loved ones. Enjoy a magnificent view of the crystal clear waters that surround you. Take a hike to the summit of the mountain and see a breathtaking panoramic view of the ocean.
Tour B Destination
Visit the iconic Helicopter Island which resembles a helicopter. Find a spot on the beach and relax as you soak up the sun. Continue to Matinloc Island and take a walk on its gorgeous white beach. Search for the quaint white chapel known as Matinloc Shrine, nestled in the steep rock formations and dense forest. See its religious sculptures and enjoy the serene ambiance. Swim through a narrow crevice to reach Secret Beach, a small paradise concealed by cliffs. Take a break and watch the sunlight bouncing off of the clear water or have a short nap under the shade of coconut trees before heading to Hidden Beach.
Tour C Destination
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