Palawan, Philippines · 6 villas available
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“Paradise” is the first word that will come to mind when you see El Nido. Gliding through the turquoise waters, you’ll see jagged karst hills straight out of a movie, and never-ending shades of blues and greens like you’ve never seen. El Nido is truly one of the most beautiful islands in the world. Luckily, despite the many declarations made about its beauty, its many beaches seem to be untouched. Resorts have taken it upon themselves to be advocates of responsible and sustainable tourism. El Nido feels like a world of its own, a refreshing reminder of the beauty the world has the offer. Visit for scuba diving, island hopping, and a recharging tropical boost.
There’s no better accommodation option than an El Nido Villa. Staying in a villa will allow you to appreciate the breathtaking surroundings even while in your room. While booking a villa in El Nido will definitely be pricier than a hotel room, in return, you get value for money and a better overall experience. Unlike staying in a hotel room, which would be more enclosed and up in a building, villas will be positioned nearer to water, right where you want to be. Bigger groups will also appreciate staying in a villa as it offers more space and areas for lounging.
Villas are undeniably the most popular accomodation type in El Nido. All the major resorts would offer their own variations. If you haven’t decided what type you should pick, here are the top choices:
While lazing around on the sand is definitely an option, it will be a mistake to visit El Nido without a little exploring.
Airswift is the only airline that offers direct flights to El Nido from Metro Manila. Flight time is about an hour. If you’re coming from San Vicente, a neighbouring island, you can take a one hour and 40-minute van ride to El Nido. You can also catch a bus or van to El Nido from Puerto Princesa, which is five to six hours away depending on your transportation of choice.
The best way to explore the town of El Nido is by foot, the town is quite small and the best way to get the feel of the area is by walking. You can also rent a motorcycle to explore the beaches on your own. To explore the islands and other must-see spots, you will have to rent a boat or join an island-hopping tour.