Top 8 Places to visit in El Nido

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Seven Commandos Beach - El Nido

For more beach lounging rent a kayak from any of the town beaches and kayak to 7 Commandos beach, Papaya Beach, or Ipil Beach. From town it should be less than an hour. The only place with meals is 7 Commandos. Papaya serves drinks and light snacks but it's easy to visit all three in an afternoon. 
Mark-Anthony Villaflor

197 Followers, 20 Reviews


Our last stop for Package Tour A is the Seven Commandos Beach. It’s a great place to hangout, swim, and meet both locales and tourists alike. We have actually spent more time here than in other destinations.
joann

187 Followers, 4 Reviews


Shimizu Island - El Nido

According to the locals, the island is named after a Japanese diver who unfortunately, died in the area. Here we swam and snorkeled, before we headed to our lunch.
joann

187 Followers, 4 Reviews


Secret Lagoon - El Nido

We came here after Big and Small lagoons. The lagoon is named as such because you have to squeeze yourself to get into it. One by one, we try squeezing ourselves into that hole leading to the lagoon. The view, as expected, is beautiful. It’s like being in a secluded place paradise. It’s amazing and puzzling at the same time how this place used to be a cave. We spent a few minutes there, talking, swimming, and floating? Yeah, that’s the best thing to do with your life vest on!
joann

187 Followers, 4 Reviews


Big Lagoon - El Nido

Big lagoon is an sea water lake, into an island where you must go by boat, it is surrounded by a large rock wall cover by plants. Pictures aren't enough to tell you how surreal the experience is!
joann

187 Followers, 4 Reviews


El Nido Boutique & Artcafe - El Nido

This boutique and resto in one is a recommended stopover for lunch or dinner when in El Nido. The boutique sells fine Philippine handicrafts and shirts with unique designs. The upper floor is allotted for the resto which serves hearty breakfast, bread, omelette and other Filipino dishes.
Kim Buenafe

425 Followers, 41 Reviews


Secret Beach - El Nido

The unparalleled beauty of this secret piece of paradise is beyond words. Getting inside Secret beach will require on to swim through a small hole with sharp rocks waiting under and above you. It is challenging, yes, but the stunning view and experience you'll get once you've successfully went inside is priceless.
Kim Buenafe

425 Followers, 41 Reviews


Matinloc Shrine - El Nido

The abandoned Matinloc Shrine is located in one part of Matinloc island. Its emptiness adds an intriguing feel to the place. There's a group of limestone cliffs in the island which one needs to climb to see a spectacular 180-degree view of some parts of Matinloc island. Just be careful as the rocks are sharp and steep, one wrong move and you're in bloody trouble. For me though, this was one of the best highlights of our El Nido island hopping.
Kim Buenafe

425 Followers, 41 Reviews


Nido Bay Inn - El Nido

Standing in front of the beach, Nido Bay Inn provides its guests with an excellent location surrounded by stunning views of nature. The staff is friendly and accommodating and the rooms, though small and basic, are well-maintained and comes with en suite toilet & bath, cable TV and wireless internet. There's also a veranda on the upper floors offering a nice view of the ocean.
Kim Buenafe

425 Followers, 41 Reviews


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