El Nido Tour D : Island Beaches
El Nido Tour D: Island Beaches will take you to the awe inspiring Cadlao Island, as well as Pasandigan Beach, Nat Nat Beach, Bucal Beach and Paradise Beach.
Of all the islands in El Nido, Cadlao has the highest peak at 609 meters above sea level, and is largest island, with a land area of 1,006 hectares. Cadlao Island is known for its white sand beaches, hidden lagoons, and its lush forest cover and is one of the best places to snorkel. If you are lucky you may even see a sea turtle!
Cadlao Lagoon is one of the best lagoons in the group of islands around El Nido. You will be amazed by the sedimentary rock formation around the lagoon, which lends the impression of a natural fortress for this beautiful and serene location.
Enjoy walking on the soft and long sand of Balinaod Beach and take your lunch at Pasandigan beach. Enthusiasts of photography may take a nice shot of the scenery in NatNat beach and Ipil beach
Pasandigan Beach – The beach in Pasandigan is an area for snorkelling, swimming, and picnic lunches during island-hoping trips.
Nat Nat Beach & Bucal Beach – With its many attractions, it is possible to spend the entire day at the island beaches of Bacuit Bay. The long stretch of white sand beach is perfect for sunbathing and offers the best view of the sunset. In the waters fronting the beach are clusters of coral reefs that make Pangulasian a good snorkelling and diving site.
Paradise Beach – with its fine white sand beach lined by coconut trees, is a perfect example of a tropical island. Paradise beach is a favorite place for picnics. Right off the beach is a good swimming site, expecially for beginners. Dive sites are located in the west and south sides of the island.
Please bring a change of clothes, swim attire and your own snorkeling equipment or you can rent snorkeling equipment from the tour provider prior to departure.
Make sure your tour guide is licensed. Licensed tour guide have been trained to minimize the damage to the environment, in first aid, in the highlights and history of El Nido.
Always wear a life vest. A life vest protects you and coral from damages. We ask that you maintain a distance of 3 meters from the reef.
Be careful not to step on the coral. Dangerous organisms sometimes live on the coral and it is unsafe for you to step there. Touching or stepping on the corals also damages the coral polyps.
Be aware of your waste. Help El Nido stay clean by using reusable containers, refraining from littering, and segregating biodegradable from non-biodegradable wastes.
Taxes and Charges: Tour rates are quoted in Philippine Peso (PHP), per person and subject to 5% service charge and 12% Value Added Tax
El Nido Eco-TOurism Development Fund : The Eco-Tourism Development Fee (ETDF) was establish in 2008 in an attempt to fund the expenses of environmental maintenance and protection. The ETDF is also used to develop environmental protection projects which aim to limit the impact of tourism on the environment. The fee of P200 per person is assessed on all tourism upon arrival.
HOW TO BOOK: after you clicked on book now button, will open new window, on this window select EL NIDO TOURS mask at top