El Nido is well-known for many reasons: its amazing rock formations, untouched limestone cliffs, white sandy beaches, colorful coral reefs, and the clearest and bluest waters you will ever see. What's more, El Nido has a diverse wildlife and marine ecosystem that's well protected by the local government. Discover its natural wonders by joining this tour which will take you to spectacular lagoons, bays, and islands.
Tropical paradise like the Shimizu Island, Entalula, and Seven Commando Beach will be your stops on this trip. Simply leave your troubles behind and enjoy various activities like snorkeling, swimming, sunbathing, and animal watching. There's no place better than El Nido to bask under the sun and immerse in an exciting island life!
Leave your troubles behind and escape to a paradise to unwind and relax. El Nido is a top tourist spot in the Philippines where you can bathe in clear waters, observe teeming marine life, and discover hidden lagoons and rock formations. Traveloka Xperience offers affordable El Nido tours to help you check this item off your bucket list. Frolic in the fine white sand beaches, eat your fill with fresh seafood and engage in fun activities in El Nido like island hopping and snorkeling. This El Nido Tour A from Traveloka Xperience includes picking you up from your hotel, exploring the Minolic Island, Shimizu Island, and the Seven Commando Beach. You don't even have to worry about getting hungry after all your excursions because your lunch will be included. Live your dream to be an islander for a day and take this chance to explore one of Mother Nature’s treasures. Book your ticket today, here at Traveloka Xperience.
When going to El Nido, Palawan, the most convenient way to travel is via plane. It takes about an hour or so to arrive at Puerto Princesa International Airport, Palawan from Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila. Puerto Princesa is the capital city of Palawan, and from there you need to ride a van going to El Nido. El Nido is located in the northern part of the island and it takes about 4.5 to 6 hours by land. Renting a car or riding a bus is also an alternative. But renting a car is expensive and riding a bus will take you longer to arrive at El Nido. You’ll be alighting at the El Nido bus terminal and from there, you can take a tricycle that’ll take you to the town proper or your hotel.
PAO - Protected Area Office permit for each lagoon (P200 per person)
ETDF - Eco-Tourism Development Fee (P200 per person/one-time payment for all ETDF-covered islands valid for 10 days)
Kayak rental (P250 for Small Lagoon or Big Lagoon)