There are technically many ways El Nido can be described yet pointing out the fact that it is currently Conde Nast Traveler’s #1 among 20 most beautiful beaches in the world is already enough to state the beauty of the place. But if that is not enough, CNNGo pointed out El Nido as the country’s Best Beach and Island destination may add some weight to the claim.
Generally, the water region of El Nido is beautiful. However, it, also consists of beaches that makes part of the whole. Here are 10 of the beaches that can be added into your itinerary for an exciting El Nido Tour.
It’s very uncommon for a place to be sandwiched by two beaches closed to each other, the twin beaches of Nacpan-Calitang make this all so true.
There is not special about the Tapiutan Island to where the Talisay Beach reside apart from its natural make-up. However, it is a common destination to tourists who wanted to go for a lunch.
Apart from the seawater that is the common link to all beaches in El Nido, Cudugnon Beach makes for a special visit for its caves which tourists can easily venture into. Venturing into caves makes for some refreshing activities in El Nido.
Misleading the name may be but there is nothing creepy and crawling within Snake Island. It’s the actual shape of the island from top view that gives it its name.
Wanting to snorkel in as close possible to the shore ideally for kids? Look no further than the Papaya Beach whose snorkeling spot is just a few walks away from the shore.
Las Cabanas Beach
There are a lot of beaches that are common in El Nido but perhaps what makes the Las Cabanas Beach stand out from them is its plantation of trees which adds to the tranquil of the place.
Seven Commando Beach
There are two stories that explains why this beach is named as such. Some say it’s because of the legend involving the sailors who once got stranded in the island. Others say it’s about the story of 7 Japanese commandos who went missing in the place. Nonetheless, the Seven Commando Beach is only adjacent to the Papaya Beach.
The Hidden Beach is not named as such without particularly any good reason. It is so hidden, mostly only locals knew of the place and how to get there.
Helicopter Island Beach
The island by where the Helicopter Island Beach is located was open to many interpretations depending on the angle you’re viewing it. Some say it looked like a whale half-soaked in the beach, some say it’s a fish. But the idea that the island looked like a helicopter (minus the rotor blades) prevailed and thus earning its name.
El Nido Town Beach
If you are not into island hopping—contrary to the common activities in El Nido—and just would like to enjoy the beach while not straying far from the civilization, there is no better place to be than at El Nido’s own Town Beach.