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Information about Paradise Beach, Palawan

4.9
43 Google reviews
Type
Beach
Location
Paradise Beach, El Nido, Palawan, Philippines
Distance From City Center
2.5 km
High Season
Autumn
Family Friendly
No
Average rating
4.9
Number of reviews
43

Paradise Beach

El Nido is a tropical haven filled with natural wonders from hidden caves, towering limestone formations, diverse marine life to beautiful white-sand beaches. For your next travel destination, Paradise Beach will keep you in awe and prove to you why it was named paradise. 

Located in one of the beaches in Cadlao Island, Paradise Beach is a perfect location for your intimate island getaway. Arriving at the island, you will be mesmerized at the picturesque view of the azure water complementing the white sand and the abundant green of lined coconut trees. The crystal clear water lets you see the abundant marine life underwater even on your boat.

The island is a perfect place to chill and have a picnic. Just a few walk from the shore, the water offers an enticing experience that you can definitely enjoy with this summer heat. The long stretch of white sand is perfect for sunbathing and playing volleyball. For water activities, get ready to be amazed by the aquatic wonder that awaits you. No need to go far away for snorkeling. Dive sites are located just a few swim in the west and south sides of the island.

Bring out your underwater cameras for a photo of clusters coral reefs, innumerable species of fishes, and sea turtles. Replenish your energy with lunch in this island and spend the rest of your day swimming and waiting for the perfect sunset view to cap off your day.

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.