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2. El Nido Zipline El Nido, located on the northernmost tip of Palawan, is best known for its powdery sand beaches. If you want to do something more than sunbathe in its glorious beaches, you can ride the 750-meter long zipline located in Maremegmeg Beach, also known as Las Cabañas Beach. You will need to do a 10-minute uphill hike to reach the starting point but the payoff will be worth it. The zipline provides a breathtaking view of the ocean until you reach the nearby Depeldet Island. You will appreciate the view of golden sands reaching out into crytalline turquoise waters, making this one of the most scenic ziplines in the country.
14 days ago
Because of its paradise-like features with white sand, blue waters, bright coral reefs, and gorgeous limestone cliffs, El Nido has been ranked as one of the top island beaches in the world by a number of travel magazine sites. El Nido is the entryway to the Bacuit Archipelago, which is made up of 45 islands and islets, each with its own geological characteristics. It's no surprise that El Nido is routinely regarded as one of the top island getaways in the world, not just in the Philippines. El Nido offers a variety of activities, including island hopping, relaxing on beaches, trekking up cliffs, and even scuba diving. This El Nido, Palawan travel guide will make it simple for you to arrange a vacation.
7 months ago
Best beaches baby! So many island hopping packages to choose from - all tour guides there offer the same. They got the best lagoons in the country too. I enjoyed watching the sunset by the beach.
9 months ago
My friends and I were totally amazed by Ipil Island with its crystal-clear waters and white sand beaches. Several travel agencies are including this tropical paradise in their island tours as this is one of the best spots to visit when you are in El Nido. You can book your tour here for as low as PHP5000 (about USD102) inclusive of boat transfers and meals.
10 months ago
It's been our dream (my husband and I) to visit this place. To be honest, I am not much a water person. I mean I am kind of scared to seas, lakes, rivers, and other body types of water. But I really appreciate this place. It is really nice to look at and it feels so relaxing to be in it. I won't mind deeping into the lake to enjoy this place. I hope that one day my family can visit El Nido.
10 months ago
Locals are very kind and welcoming. I enjoyed their island tours. There's Tour A, B, C, D and E. Looking foward to go back here again!
a year ago
I was once at a dark phase in my life, and the things that helped me get out of that bubble were yoga and meditation. Not everyone going through depression talks freely about it, much less know what’s truly going on in their minds. I started conceptualizing Salt & Sky eco-resort in 2016, hoping to provide a sanctuary and a “home away from home” where people can escape and just be their authentic selves. The entire system is eco-friendly, and we also support the employment of locals around the area.
a year ago
Island hoping cant remember the name of the islands thou
2 years ago
Palawan is probably one of the last places in the Philippines where nature is at its finest. Beaches, underground rivers and coral reefs and many more stunning places are waiting to be explored in this paradise. Next summer, Palawan is definitely at the top of my summer getaway list. FYI: The Underground River at Puerto Princesa Palawan was voted in 2012 by the global community as one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. This is posted at wheninmanila.com
2 years ago
El Nido, Palawan is one of the greatest and popular destinations in the Philippines. I visited this place last August 2015. You will be amazed by its hidden lagoons, stunning islands, limestone formations, white beaches, and those blue waters. Are you looking for something more adventurous? You can do not just island hopping, but there are other things you can try in El Nido. Why not try to fly with the Island to Island Zipline at Nacpan Beach or hike the Taraw cliff and witness the beautiful view of the entire area? Cool right?
2 years ago
My Philippines 🇵🇭
3 years ago
A stunning beach, good food, friendly locals! If you’re looking for a quiet place for you to hide, El Nido is the place to be!
2 days ago
Treat your taste buds to a gastronomic feast with this 3.5-hour food tour of Binondo, the world's oldest Chinatown located in the center of Manila. The menu varies day-to-day, depending on the guide and the group, but some of the tour's staple dishes are dumplings from Dong Bei, hopia, siopao, and lumpia. The tour ends with a stop at a local vendor known for selling delicacies, a perfect souvenir to bring home for friends and family!
6 days ago
Other than shopping 'til you drop, the food market every night is what makes Myeong-dong a must-visit. If you want to taste every Korean food street possible, the city is one of the best places to go.
8 days ago
Named after a well-loved Ilocano politician and writer Mena Crisologo, Calle Crisologo is a well-preserved Spanish-era street lined with heritage houses or bahay na bato. The cobblestone street, stretching from Plaza Burgos to Rivero Street, was historically the business and trade center of North Luzon in the pre-colonial and Spanish colonial Philippines and where most of the residents were affluent Filipino-Chinese traders and merchants.
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