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Explore the beauty of El Nido, Palawan, with this island hopping tour B that will take you to some of the best caves and island destinations in just one day. If you are an adventure seeker and love tropical getaways, this tour is a definite must-try. This is inclusive of boat transfers, entrance fees to Snake Island, Cudognon Cave, Cathedral Cave, and Popolcan Island, buffet lunch with drink, and services of a guide.
The starting point of your trip is in front of Marygold Beach Resort where your guide will be waiting for you. You will then go to the first destination, Snake Island. It got its name from its unusual curvature that resembles a snake. The Island is an excellent site for swimming and sunbathing with its crystal clear turquoise seas and powdery white sand.
Next, you will visit Cudognon Cave. Perfect for adventure-seekers, this cave has magnificent rock formations and limestone karst since the cave is filled with seawater during high tides. While in here, go snorkeling and see El Nido’s abundant marine life.
Your next stop is Cathedral Cave. Located on the outskirts of El Nido, Cathedral Cave is accessible only by small boat or kayak. The outside of the cave, made of towering limestone karst formations, is already a postcard-perfect beauty that visitors and nature lovers may admire, with lush green trees surrounding the cave and complimenting the clear blue waters.
You will then head to Popolcan Island for your last stop. Popolkan Island is a tranquil haven with a stunning length of white sand beach and thriving aquatic life. This site offers an excellent balance of snorkeling and sightseeing, as well as beach time before you have your lunch buffet and go home.
See the scenic sights of El Nido in this private El Nido Tour B package. Check availability by choosing a date.
El Nido Bacuit Bay / Corong Corong Beach
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 an El Nido adventure as you go on an island-hopping tour and visit some of the most majestic attractions in the Philippines! Rest under the shade of the palm trees and enjoy a refreshing coconut drink.
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.
Book now and enjoy an unforgettable island-hopping tour of El Nido in the Philippines!
Snake Island or Vigan Island is a beautiful strip of white sand shaped like a snake. It is possible to cross the sandbar at low tide or climb to the top of the island and catch great views from the viewing deck.
Cudugnon Cave is a spectacular limestone sea-cave located on Cudugnon Island. The entrance to the cave is on a small beach. It’s possible to enter inside the main chamber through a narrow opening in the rock wall. Whilst inside the cave is huge and there are many interesting rock formation and resident bats.
The Cathedral Cave is another stunning cavern with towering walls resembling a cathedral’s interior. Although the greenish blue waters look inviting, it’s not possible to swim inside the cave due to the strong currents and also because the cave is home to venomous sea snakes.
Entaluala Island is an idyllic island in Bacuit Bay with dramatic towering rock formation and powdery white sand. The island is great for a swim, snorkeling, short walks, or just lounging on the beach.
Pinagbuyutan Island is probably my favorite island in El Nido. It has huge towering cliffs that shoot straight down dramatically over the small stretches of the beach below. There’s nothing more than a shack and coconut trees on this desolate island. When we rolled in there was just one local selling coconuts and no other tourists. It stayed that way for most of our visit.
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This tour is definitely underrated, it was so much quieter, felt like paradise exploring the most beautiful beaches and lots of blue water, we had a lot of fun and the lunch was delicious, plenty of food for everyone we had more than one plate full and it was all presented so amazingly, really put their care into preparing and cooking it all for us the whole way round! Got to really enjoy each destination when we stopped and the views are insane, we also treated ourselves to a buko halo on the first beach from a very lovely lady and it was very yummy! It’s hard to compare all tours but this one is definitely incredible!
We were registered under a join-in tour before we decided to upgrade our tour into a private one because we wanted a more private and laid back experience after our tiring tiring trip from Coron and a join-in tour in Tour A the day before. Join-in and private tour are equally fun but the comparison is not fair because you’d have different experiences for both. In short, both are equally good and fun as I said. The admin girl Stephanie was helpful during the process of the upgrade. While for Tour B, as everyone said it was more laid back compared to Tour A but it was also great on its own way. We were tired from the previous tours so having private Tour B was nice. We finished early and got to have a lot of beautiful pictures. The tour guide Romuel/Ron is an excellent photographer, he speaks veru good English and was very polite & kind. As it was a private tour, all the foods belonged to the two of us only (my friend and I) and it was so gooddd. The amount of food was a lot.
Tour B definitely has far different attractions compared to Tours A and C. Our boat departed from Corong-corong but the operator did not inform us sooner so we went to El Nido downtown beach since we thought it was the same place as Tour C. The pick-up was free but we had to pay the tricycle fare when we had to go home. The tour was a bit laid back because it only consisted of 5 attractions which gave us more time to enjoy each. Our tour guide was great, and also took good photos. Food was good too. Definitely worth the money and time.
Jednym słowem warto. Sympatyczny i uczynny przewodnik. Niezapomniane widoki. Warto a nawet koniecznie.
Tour B was amazing. At first we were apprehensive because many travellers, hotel owners, and people we met said tour B was the worst one and not very good. But, this is the best thing about tour B. There are very few tourists, only five people on our boat, beautiful destinations, and a lovely day out. After doing all four tours, we found tour B was our favourite compared the the other very busy, overcrowded, and commercial other tours. The only thing to note is that I wouldn’t recommend booking online for these tours. El Nido is full of tour shops who offer these tours for a cheaper price with things like wet shoes, kayaks, and snorkelling equipment all included in the price. Every tour we went on that we booked online we had to pay extra to hire these things.