Tandikan Beach Cottages

El Nido, Palawan, Philippines | Ranch
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This ranch, located in El Nido, is near Puerto Princesa Underground River and Tubbataha Reef.
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Travel Blogs from El Nido

Mindanao and Palawan

A travel blog entry by toddy11 on Jun 24, 2014

3 comments, 21 photos

... of the city will not tolerate any crime in the city. While I was there, the newspapers had a story of him announcing that if the police where not honest, they could "die". Also, I met an older Filipina who was running a Spanish restaurant I ate at. She says she is a personal friend of the mayor and she knows that he has his own hit squad that assinate any criminals or terrorists in the city. Well, I can tell from wandering around, it feels a very safe city, so maybe he does have his ...

El Nido and Las Cabanas Beach

A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086 on Mar 25, 2014

10 photos

... when Cheri points out the birds head and body. Yuck! We eat a tiny part of the yolk to be polite and it's actually not too bad as long a I don't look at the plate. I then try a local dish called pork Adobo, which is tasty but quite strong tasting, it is like a stew but the sauce is very salty and garlicky and we talk about life in the Philippines compared to back home. We then have a few drinks at the Rasta bar and head home as our new friend is leaving El ...

My favourite place so far

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 19, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

19th - 21st Feb

I arrived in El Nido around 9pm and I hadn't even booked a hostel. Most people told me that I had to book in advance, but because the wifi was so slow in Puerto I didn't get a chance to book anywhere. So I decided to chance it.

I hopped on a tricycle and asked him to take me to a hostel which was around 500 pesos a night. A short ride later we pulled up outside a tiny shop were he asked the lady behind the desk for a room. I thought I was going to be ...

El Nido For Speedos

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Feb 17, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... mask the crumbling interiors, and any suspension there may have been has now decayed, so the whole creature rattles over the dusty roads. We were in one christened "The Lion King", along with a couple of dogs and chickens in the seats next to us. Once we embraced the weird mode of transport, it was a fun journey through a stunning island.

As we approached El Nido, the coastline began to reveal itself through the jungle. The north of Palawan is a mix of rolling hills ...

Three Days in the Bacuit Archepelago

A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Dec 11, 2013

16 photos

... and all had names easily confused, like Hidden Beach, Lost Beach, etc. The jagged limestone cliffs and the empty white sand beaches were incredible, only to be outdone by the water.
Relaxing on the beach is always nice, but in the Bacuit Archipelago the water kept luring us in. The visibility in the water was one of the best we’ve ever encountered. Below the water the limestone formations continue, and in some places the water depth plunges to ...