El Nido Tourist Spots – What To See and Do In This Part Of Palawan?

Here are some El Nido tourist spots you must include in your vacation schedule!

EL NIDO TOURIST SPOTS – Check out this simple guide on what are the awesome things to do and see if you visit this place in Palawan.

Among the things El Nido boasts include huge limestone cliffs, beautiful lagoons, and pristine beaches. This part of Palawan is pretty low-key. You can enjoy this place whether you are on a tight budget or not.

There are several ways to get to El Nido. You may take the plane, ferry, or boat.

A lot of hotels in El Nido are also up for booking to accommodate your needs as a tourist. And in going around here, we listed down for you some of the top spots and awesome activities you should not miss!

El Nido Tourist Spots
Photo from Journey Era (Taraw Cliff)
  • Nacpan Beach
    This is a 45-minute to 1-hour drive away from the town proper but the time consumed will all be worth it. You may chill here and do just anything like reading, working on your tan, and many more.
  • Big Lagoon
    This is one spot you should not miss definitely! This majestic lagoon is surrounded by huge cliffs and clear water below. Every corner is a sight to behold.
  • Kayak in Small Lagoon 
    This may be smaller than Big Lagoon but it does not mean it is any less beautiful. However, entering this spot could be quite an adventure as the entrance is small. You will need to go through a crack in a limestone wall to enter and witness the beauty.
  • Secret Lagoon
    This is in the Southern part of Miniloc Island. This is quite hidden and is surrounded by tall and huge limestone cliffs.
  • Shimizu Island
    This is a perfect stop to just relax and the views will never fail you. You may do snorkeling or just lounge by its white sand beach. This is a popular stopover for lunch.
  • Matinloc Shrine
    Another sight to behold is this spot. This is an abandoned spiritual oasis and the way to get to the viewing deck is by taking the limestone cliff staircase.
  • Snake Island
    Another jaw-dropping spot is the long stretch of sandbar of Snake Island. The sandbar appears on low tide.
  • Las Cabanas Beach
    Catching the sunset at Las Cabanas Beach is also something you must do. This beach is just 10 minutes away from the town proper. This is also called Marimegmeg Beach. 
  • Taraw Cliff 
    This spot offers a panoramic view of the town and Bacuit Bay. You may reach this by taking either a regular hike or a Canopy Walk.

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