El Nido is part of Palawan, an archipelago consisting of 1,780 islands and islets of which 45 are in El Nido. There are about 50 pocket white sand beaches to explore waiting for you to bask in it’s beauty where you can go for picnics and lunches. It’s a marine reserve where exotic and endangered species are being preserved. It has very rich bio-diversity with allocated spots for snorkeling and diving.
Wowislands Travel and Tours arranges Island Hopping Adventures to the most beautiful lagoons, fine white sand & secret beaches, sand bars and caves!
Boat Tour Destinations are as follows:
Tour A – Small Lagoon,Big Lagoon,Secret Lagoon, Shimizu Snorkeling Area and 7 Commando. Rate: P1,200 per person
Tour B- Cathedral Cave,Codugnon Cave, Snake Island, Entalula Island and Pinagbuyutan Island. Rate: P1,300 per person
Tour C- Hidden Beach, Secret Beach, Matinloc Shrine, Culasa Beach and Helicopter Island. Rate: Php 1,400 per person
Tour D- Cadlao Lagoon, Natnat Beach, Pasandigan Beach, Paradise Beach and Bukal Beach. Rate: Php 1,200 per person.
All Island Hopping tours comes with a free lunch, we serve grilled pork, chicken, and fresh seafood – choice of fish, squids,crabs or shrimps, depends on the availability in the market. Included are some vegetable salad and fresh fruits, a drink and snorkel gear.
Verde Safari Beach is part of the mainland, about 22 Nautical miles from El Nido town’s Bacuit Bay, around 1 hr travel by boat. From town to our place, are the prestine white sand beaches of Calitang, Nacpan, Duli and Mariposa.
Note: Tourists are required to pay an ETDF (Eco-Tourism Development Fee: Php 200.00) this is collected for maintaining the cleanliness of El Nido.
Facts about El Nido:
Situated in Bacuit Bay, El Nido, covering a land area of 465.1 square kilometres (179.6 sq mi) in the northernmost tip of mainland Palawan, is bordered by the Linapacan Strait in the north, the Sulu Sea in the east, and the South China Sea in the west. It is composed of 45 islands and islets, each has its own unique geological formations. The highest peak is at Cadlao Island, towering up to 640 metres (2,100 ft) above sea level. (source wikipedia) read more.