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Information about Ipil Beach

4.9
50 Google reviews
Type
Beach
Location
Ipil Beach, El Nido, Philippines
Distance From City Center
6.5 km
Family Friendly
No
Average rating
4.9
Number of reviews
50

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Nestled in the Bacuit Archipelago, the renowned Ipil Beach is a destination you shouldn’t miss when you visit El Nido, Palawan.

Just 2.5 km away from the village of El Nido, this white sand beach is included in The Reader’s Digest list of ‘Top 10 Most Gorgeous Beaches with the Clearest Water in the World.’ It was also recognized by CNN Travel as one of the ‘Most Beautiful Places Around the World’ and ‘The Last Ecological Frontier of the Philippines’ because of its scenic landscape and rich biodiversity. Be ready to be captivated with its natural wonder. Your boat ride to Ipil Beach will give you a taste of the majestic karst limestone formation and crystal clear water. Once you arrived, savor the captivating scenery of thick forest hugging the white sand beach with massive cliffs.

Ipil Beach has an adjacent beach separated by a natural jumble of water-borne rocks, so you don’t have to worry if the island gets crowded by locals and foreign tourists. You can just easily go to Ipil Beach 2 for a serene moment. Your trip to Ipil will give you not just one, but two beaches to savor throughout the day.

Enjoy the powdery white sand and have a jump unto the water to discover a diverse marine life filled with innumerable species of fishes and cluster of corals. Fronting the shore is the perfect place for snorkeling and diving. Kayaking and paddleboarding are also advised on this island. If you’re looking for more adventure, go cliff diving in their designated dive spots. Replenish your energy with a picnic by the beach. 

 

How to get there

When you arrive in El Nido, take a tricycle downtown or straight to your hotel. Book an El Nido Tour from either the town proper or along Bacuit Bay.

Best time to visit

 Visit this attraction during summer season so you’ll get the best experience.

Entrance fee

There is an entrance fee, environmental fee, and eco-tourism development fee to this attraction.