Lounge in El Nido’s stunning beaches when you book this private island-hopping tour to Seven Commandos Beach, Pinagbuyutan Island, and Snake Island. This trip is ideal for those who want to explore the island’s panoramic spots and breathtaking sceneries. The tour includes free hotel pick up, kayak, lagoon fee, and eco-tourism development fee.
The private island-hopping tour is inclusive of free private van transfers to and from your accommodation in Lio properties or El Nido town. You will head to the port where your boat awaits you. Your first destination is Seven Commandos Beach, which is one of the most-visited beaches in El Nido, Palawan.
Seven Commandos Beach is a 320-meter long white-sand beach with tall and shady coconut trees that sits under a huge limestone wall formation. It is said to have been named after the seven soldiers who were stranded on the island during World War II. You can lounge on the sand, play beach volleyball, or go snorkeling.
The next destination on your itinerary is Pinagbuyutan Island, also known as Ellis Island. This breathtaking and laidback island boasts a semi-circular white-sand beach surrounded by palm trees and turquoise waters that can be perfectly captured using a drone. It also serves as a perfect snorkeling and swimming spot.
The last leg of your private island-hopping tour ends in Snake Island. Its name refers to its long and white sandbar with a snake-like shape. The island’s sandbar appears depending on the shifting tides. You can walk on it across another island to the mainland of El Nido during low tide.
Spend the day strolling along El Nido’s finest beaches and enchanting islands by booking this History Island private tour with transfers and kayak to Seven Commandos Beach, Pinagbuyutan Island, and Snake Island. Check the availability by choosing a date.
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