Bring out your snorkeling gear and hop along this budget-friendly tour to Nat Nat Beach known for its stretches of white sand combined with a backdrop of limestone formations and tropical forest setting. This island is best known for its mesmerizing crystal clear water and underwater beauty perfect for snorkeling.
One of the popular sites for travelers, Nat Nat Beach is the perfect definition for a tropical paradise with your visit to this secluded island. A boat ride to Nat Nat Beach is the perfect place to forget your worries or appreciate and reflect on your life. Sheltered by the coconut trees, travelers will experience the perfect tropical vacation away from the buzz and fuzz of the metro. Since few people make this destination one of their stops, you can have the island for yourself away from the crowded
Chill and sunbathe under the trees or stroll around the island barefoot and feel the soft powder-like sand between your toes. The picturesque island gives off a cinematic vibe straight from the movies. While waiting for the perfect view of the sunset, go snorkeling or diving and enjoy the rich marine life that the island has to offer. If you’re lucky enough, you can swim side by side with sea turtles. Just make sure to keep your distance and avoid touching these beautiful creatures. Sooth your body in the summer heat by jumping on the open water and enjoying the crystal clear water of Nat Nat Beach. Make the limestones and the tropical forest setting your backdrop for your photo collection. If you’re looking for more water activities, you can also try kayaking and paddleboarding around the island.
Tourists are encouraged to be mindful of their trash and practice proper waste disposal. Avoid stepping on corals and touching animals in their natural habitat. Have a great time and enjoy the island responsibly.
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.
Visit this attraction during summer season so you’ll get the best experience.
There is an entrance fee, environmental fee, and eco-tourism development fee to this attraction.