Information about Hidden Beach
The whistling of the birds complements the crystal-clear waters, contributing to the impression of pure serenity that the beach gives. The Swedish version of the hit adventure show Survivor once filmed here and visitors may still see some of the props used during production. There are three beaches where the tribal members of the show camped out during filming. You can ask your guides to show you around.
Hidden Beach is known to be a haven for the endangered clownfish, which is made popular by the animated film Finding Nemo. Your tour guides can show you where to spot them. There are around three seaweed havens where you can find these fishes.
How to get there
Book a guided tour or take a ferry from El Nido town or along Bacuit Bay to Talisay Beach.
Best time to visit
It is an all-year round destination which means guests can visit this attraction anytime.
Hidden Beach is included in the Tour C island-hopping option in El Nido. It costs per person. Additional expenses may include eco-tourism development fee, snorkel gear rental, private boat rental depending on the number of passengers and size of the boat), and whole-day kayak rental.
The lunch is included in the tour fee but it's best to bring your own snacks and water during the trip. You can also bring your own snorkel gear if you want to save money.