El Nido Beach Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Nido Beach Hotel
The rooms are big just what we need since we have a baby. The beachfront though is not ideal for swimming w/ plenty of boat docked. Breakfast is already included in the room rate and served as a buffet which is great since you really need to stuff yourself with all the activities waiting for you
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After had been in India, we moved to Philippines. The first place we visited was El Nido, a little town located in Palawan's Province.
After settling in the hotel, we went to snorkeling in the Underground River to Puerto Princesa, but when we were arriving, a fish man boarded us to offer a ride around the islands in the area. We accepted and he …
Nacpan is a spectacular beach a few kilometers from El Nido. In addition to lie on the sand , the better to know it, is to walk arround, you cna enjoy the spectacular sunset, and the bio-diversity of that place.
Its a place rounded by a lot of history and misterys, it was abandoned a long time ago.
It has a beautiful views, and on the top of the sanctuaryyou can see all the beach a a small island in front of you!
You can arrive by to ways, the first one is using a Little port or trough a small beach in which were a place where the persons made some worships.
... head and tread water like a ************ until help arrives. The secret lagoon was our next stop where the boatmen vanished to get to the BBQ going. We discovered the entrance way to the Secret Lagoon, a small crawlspace through the outer wall, no more than 1m wide. We climbed over jagged rocks into the still waters of the lagoon. There was no-one else here. We swam to the deeper side and lay back, buoyant in the salty waters, looking up into the deep blue of a perfect ...
... by islands and limestone krast landscapes. The main attraction here is ‘island hopping’ and I spend two days exploring various islands. There are some very beautiful beaches that I could have spent days on if I had the means of getting to them. Perhaps another time. There was also some impressive snorkelling at a few locations – I never tire of exploring the underwater garden. I came across several fish I have never seen before and enjoyed ...