Hadefes Cottages

Address: Ca Alan, El Nido, Palawan, 235345b2, Philippines | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Ca Alan, El Nido.
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Travel Blogs from El Nido

El Nido: Diving!

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Dec 11, 2014

1 comment

... easy to snorkel in a half-on wetsuit: the suit keeps you super buoyant. I say half on because most of us had our arms out of the sleeves and the upper half just hanging down the back. If you sit in a wetsuit on a boat or the beach you can overheat as they are meant to keep you nice and warm, and that's no good. On the other hand, getting your legs and bottom into a wetsuit is a huge pain in the but (the worst part of diving as described by several ...

El Nido: Nacpan Beach

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Dec 07, 2014

12 photos

... the sunset from a viewpoint just above the beach on the road. It was still very beautiful and I'm glad we went and saw it.

Got back to the hostel around 6:15. I think I took a shower then, which felt great. Clean clothes, clean me, happy me! I met up with a girl at the hostel, L, who really seemed to click with me so the two of us went out for a late dinner around 7:45 pm. We went to one of the highest rated restaurants ...

El Nido and Porta Princessa

A travel blog entry by lilianbrett on Nov 30, 2014

24 photos

... beach just to the south of El Nido Town. There are literally dozens of turtles that live in the waters just off the shore and you can see them from the beach popping there heads out the water every couple of minutes, very cool indeed. On Tuesday we joined up with some friends who we'd met in both Laos and Vietnam and hired trycicles to take us on the hour journey to Nacpan beach. Now the track to the beach would have been hard enough on a dirt bike, with foot deep ...

Puerto Princesa, El Nido & The Bacuit Islands

A travel blog entry by robahalliday on Nov 19, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... helicopter island; the camp which was on the furthest west Bacuit Island looking out across the South China Sea; and, El Gordo himself who is a happy go lucky dude in his late forties who prior to 'settling down' and getting married and setting up his hostel and tour business taught English as a foreign language for a decade across SE Asia. The days involved kayaking under the iconic sheer limestone cliffs ...

No Nido to panic, we found Nemo

A travel blog entry by peteandal on Nov 15, 2014

9 photos

... being what they call flip flops), the only response I got was "wear your life vest". We were told not to wear our life vests on the way out as we needed to dive under the waves otherwise we'd be knocked back into the rocks, not the most reassuring of pep talks. The non swimmers were just dragged along by the guide. The way out wasn't too bad with a snorkel on, it was quite a tough swim and the poor man that was a very weak swimmer just looked terrified and took ages. It ...