• Underground River

    The longest navigable underground river and reputedly the most beautiful subterranean river in the world Read More
  • Tubbataha Reef

    Home to some of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world Read More
  • Tabon Cave

    There are approximately 215 caves in the reservation, 38 of which have been established to be of archaeological and anthropological significance Read More
  • Kayangan Lake

    Said to be among the cleanest lake in Asia, this lake is surrounded by rocky mountains covered by green trees and plants. It certainly evokes an image of a lagoon one was used to seeing only in postcards and movies Read More
  • Port Barton

    A popular choice for budget backpackers and other adventurous international travelers, who appreciate and enjoy the remote, rural, relaxed, friendly atmosphere and natural beauty that this quiet and peaceful beach-side village Read More
  • El Nido

    One of the jewels of Palawan, it's unrivaled beauty rests on its massive limestone islands, bordered by powder-fine beaches, with cliffs jutting from translucent waters Read More
  • Calauit Wildlife Sanctuary

    The Philippines' major conservation showcase for wildlife habitat holding the single distinction as the first successful wildlife translocation experiment in Asia. It has evolved to becoming a home of important Philippine endemic and exotic wildlife from Africa. Read More
  • Long Beach, San Vicente

    Reputed to be the longest white sand beach in the Philippines with a total length of 14 kilometers Read More
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El Nido

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Located in the northern most part of mainland Palawan covering a total of approximately 50,000 hectares of land, El Nido is one of the jewels of Palawan. Its unrivaled beauty rests on its massive limestone islands, bordered by powder-fine beaches, with cliffs jutting from translucent waters. El Nido is a unique travel destination well-suited for those who want to commune with nature. It was first declared a marine reserve and later a protected area by the Philippine government.

There are at least six lagoons in El Nido, the most famous and easily accessible are the Big and Small Lagoons at Miniloc Island. Believed to be cave whose roofs collapsed millions of years ago, the Big and Small Lagoons are best explored on a kayak or while snorkeling.

Other attractions are Marble Cliffs, Makinit Hot Springs, Cudugnon and Ille Caves located in Bigan, Island in Bacuit Bay, Gintungawan Island, Turtle Island, Bulalakaw Falls, Ipil Beach, Commando Beach, Shimizu Reef and Daracuton Reef.

Come and enjoy the crystal clear water and white sand beaches in El Nido.

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