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Information about Pasandigan Beach

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Pasandigan Cove, El Nido, Philippines
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4.6 km
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Pasandigan Beach

El Nido is a renowned tropical paradise for travelers around the world with its captivating natural wonders that will mesmerize every tourist. The island has continuously been acknowledged worldwide because of its towering limestone formations, crystal clear emerald waters, scenic lagoons, coves, and white sand beaches.

Pasandigan Beach is one of the nearest island destinations from the town of El Nido. Despite its proximity, tourists often overlook this island so you can definitely enjoy a peaceful and isolated vibe. The scenic view of the beach is similar to a movie scene with lined coconut trees and gigantic cliffs complimenting the turquoise water that El Nido is known for. Arriving at the island, the beach serves as a piece of eye candy. It has a rich rainforest that hugs the beach with lined coconut trees.

The beach features a wide and unique range of diversity found both on land and underwater which is perfect for nature lovers. Be sure to bring your underwater cameras and ready your snorkeling gear when visiting the island, and get ready to discover its diverse and rich marine life. Pasandigan Beach is considered as one of the best scuba diving destinations in the world where you can find Philippine endemic animals such as sea turtles. With the government taking its actions in preserving the beauty of the island, El Nido was proclaimed as a marine reserve and later on a protected area. Some parts of El Nido are also labeled as a marine turtle sanctuary so if you are lucky enough, you can swim with these wonderful creatures in the wild.


How to get there

Take a tricycle downtown or straight to your accommodation when you arrive at El Nido. Book an El Nido tour from the town center 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.

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