Duration: 4 Days and 3 Nights
Location: El Nido Palawan
Price: Php 7,000.00
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Air-Con Van Transfer (Round Trip) Puerto –> El Nido –> Puerto

Licensed English Speaking Tour Guide

Motorized Boat Transfer to the islands

Life Vest and Water Safety Equipment

3 Nights Accommodation At El-Nido

Buffet Lunch and Drinks



~ Explore the magnificent islands in El Nido.

~ Photograph the wonderful beaches, lagoons and islands.

~ Snorkel and see the beautiful underwater world.

~ Fill up with a sumptuous lunch.


Day 1 - Arrival

Upon arriving at Puerto Princesa City Airport, A van will be waiting in the arrival area to transfer you to El Nido. you can make use of your extra time to get acquainted with this beautiful island.  The ride usually takes about 5 hrs. Once in El Nido, you will be dropped off to your accommodation, you can choose Entalula Beach Cottage or Mary Gold Beachfront Inn. You can ramble on the streets of the town and do a quick exploring by yourself or rest after the long ride.  An overnight stay in the place will prep you up for tomorrow’s big day!

Day 2 - Tour A

Secret Lagoon – is located in a small island reminscent of the movie “the Beach” surrounded by limestone karst cliffs. As you enter into a small hole, you will see a massive caldera that was once a cave which collapsed and now is surrounded by karst cliffs. In the middle is a lagoon.

Shimizu Island – is an island with stunning limestone cliffs where swiftlet nest and produce the much sought after bird’s nest soup, believed by asians to have healing powers. Here the guides will prepare for you a sumptuous meal while you snorkel in the nearby coral reef.

Small Lagoon – Located on the cove of Miniloc Island. As you enter a small swim through hole on board a kayak or swimming through, you will see the tranquil turquoise-green waters of Small Lagoon of its orchid-lined limestone walls, a showcase a kaleidoscope of marine life.

Big Lagoon – a visit to Big Lagoon is a running tour on board the outrigger boat, approaching the lagoon in the middle of karst limestone formations you are welcomed by water so clear and full of marine life. Big lagoon is a breeding ground for fishes and crsutaceans.

Seven Commandos Beach – The final destination after a long day on tour. Seven Commandos is named after the 7 remaining japanese commandos who lived in the island as straglers after World War II. The island has a long white sandy beach lined with palms trees.


Matinloc Shrine – Hidden among the lush forested island is the Matinloc Shrine (also known as Shrine of Our Lady of Matinloc and Shrine of the Blessed Virgin) a sacred monument built in 1982 to honor the blessed virgin mary.

Day 3 - Tour C

At 8:30 AM, you will be fetched by one of our staff at your hotel. You will be taken to our office where you will get your free mask and snorkel (good for 1 tour) and pay the Php200 ETDF fee.

After all the other people registered for tour C are gathered in the office, you will be taken to the bay where you will be starting your great tour! the places you will be going are:

Dilumacad and Helicopter Island – This island has a beautiful white sand beach stretching to some 300 meters that is ideal for picnic lunches during island-hopping trips. There is an underwater tunnel at its northern side and a fringing reef on its southern end. The island is also called Helicopter Island because its limestone cliffs resemble that of a helicopter when it is viewed from a considerable distance.


Tapiutan Island – Further out of the bay facing the South China Sea, Tapiutan’s rich marine life provides opportunities for scuba diving and snorkelling. One of the most striking islands in El Nido because of its shape and sheer limestone walls. It is possible to have picnic lunch at the beach area on the southeastern side of the island


Matinloc Island – Matinloc Island, the longest slim island in El Nido, has a secret beach, which is a pocket of white sand beach at the corner of a sinkhole,that is inaccessible by boat and surrounded by steep rock walls. To reach it, divers must swim underwater through a narrow crevice in a rock wall. At noon, the sun streams in through the opening, allowing a play of light and shadow against its limestone walls. The beach floor drops abruptly. According to local legend, this beach inspired Alex Garland’s novel The Beach, which was written while the author was in El Nido.


Aside from the Hidden Beach, the island is also famous for the Kulasa Beach, a 100-meter beach strip of fine white sand located at one of its coves. The sea floor surrounding the beach slopes gradually and the water deepens only after about 10 meters. This location is one of the best snorkeling spots in Bacuit Bay due to the abundance of marine life in this area.

Star Beach – Another fantastic snorkeling spot. Here your guides will prepare a sumptuous lunch by the beach while you discover the wonders and beauty of the coral reefs near this island.



Matinloc Shrine – Hidden among the lush forested island is the Matinloc Shrine (also known as Shrine of Our Lady of Matinloc and Shrine of the Blessed Virgin) a sacred monument built in 1982 to honor the blessed virgin mary.

Day 4 - End of tour

It’s time to bid goodbye to this island paradise (though we all know this is not the last time). If you intend to take the late flights, then you need to leave El Nido in the morning time. If you wish to go for a morning flight, then you’ll need to depart El Nido in the late afternoon just in time for your early morning flight the following day.