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El Nido Palawan Island Hopping Tour A with Lunch | Big Lagoon, Shimizu Island, & More

El Nido Palawan Island Hopping Tour A with Lunch | Big Lagoon, Shimizu Island, & More

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Tour starts
Caera's Office Town Proper at 08:30
Duration:
8 hours
Languages:
English
Difficulty:
Easy
Available:
All year

El Nido, Palawan — Explore the beauty of El Nido, Palawan with this budget-friendly island-hopping Tour A that will take you to the best beaches in the province in just one day. If you are an adventure seeker and love the calmness of the beach, this tour is a definite must-try.

The starting point of your trip is in Caera's Office-Town Proper where a van is waiting for you. You will then hit the road to Miniloc Island which is the main jump-off to some of the province's well-kept and protected areas.

Upon reaching Miniloc, you will get on a boat and make your way towards your first destination, Big Lagoon. As you sail through the shallow emerald water of the lagoon, you will be greeted by the solid limestone cliffs standing hundreds of feet above you. You will be given ample time for a dip in the cold clear waters and photo op with the mysterious dark forest back dropping the long stretch of white sand beach and the abundant greenery surrounding the place.

After dropping by the Big Lagoon, you will then explore Shimizu Island which is just a few minutes away. Aside from its unique name, people have fallen in love with the place because of its abundant and colorful marine life, making it the best spot for snorkeling.

From there, you will head to one of the most enchanting lagoons in El Nido, the Secret Lagoon. To get to the area, you have to pass through a cave-like hole on a giant wall concealing it. Secret Lagoon has a cooler temperature and shallow water. You can take a dip in the cool waters and just wade around.

The last leg of your island hopping escapade ends in the Seven Commandos Beach. Said to be named after seven soldiers who lived on the island, the beach offers a lot of activities for its visitors. You can lay down on its powdery white sand and get a tan or create memories below the surface as you go swimming, snorkeling, and diving.

Soak in the sun and discover the green landscapes as you go from one island to another in this whole day island hopping Tour A trip in El Nido. Check availability by choosing a date.

Included

English - Speaking Guide
Boat Transfer
Lunch
Water
Towel
Entrance Fees to Shimizu Island
Entrance Fees to Seven Commando Beach

Activities

Island Hopping
Water Activities

Attractions

Palawan
Big Lagoon
Secret Lagoon
Seven Commandos Beach
Shimizu Island
El Nido

What to bring

Camera
Personal Medicine
Extra Clothes
Sunblock
Extra water containers

Good to know

- All our guides speak English. For other languages, contact us for availability and rates.

- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.

- Mandatory Environmental Fee and/or User’s Fee to be paid directly in cash to the service provider.

- Tour itinerary is subject to change based on weather and tidal conditions. Tours will start only once operators are given permission to sail by the Local Government Unit (LGU) and the Philippine Coast Guard. Delays in start of tours or cancellation of tours affected by this is beyond the service providers’ control.

- Secret Beach, Big Lagoon and Small Lagoon are no longer allowed to be toured on the same day as part of the policies of the Protected Area Management Board (PAMB) of El Nido.

- Limitation to the number of tourists, boats, kayaks and time of stay in El Nido lagoons are strictly enforced by the PAMB. Delays affected by this is beyond the tour operators’ control.

- A mandatory user fee of PHP 200 per person is collected by PAMB for every entry to the Secret Beach, Big Lagoon and Small Lagoon.

- Single use-plastics are banned in El Nido island tours. Please bring reusable water bottles or tumblers.

- All visitors are required to bring their own trash back to the boats.

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