El Nido has a lot of attractions to offer and Tourism spot like island hopping adventures, your stay can never be bored and will only reward you of an exciting and unforgettable vacation.
Bacuit Bay is composed of islands and islets where most of which are occupied by a mass of different marine species. Dugongs, turtles, manta rays, species of fishes, coral reefs, and the occasional whale sharks call their home here.
Cadlao Island is the largest island in El Nido allocating a land area of 10.06 km2. It is the closest island to the town proper and has the highest peak soaring up to 640 meters above sea level. It is recognized for its white sand beaches, hidden lagoons and nature trails good for trekking experience toward its lush thick forest.
Also called as the Helicopter Island, Dilumacad Island’s limestone cliffs resembles like that of a helicopter when it is viewed from a distance. It has beautiful 300 meters white sand which is a best place for lunch picnic and island hopping.
Miniloc Island is where the first resort in El Nido was built. It first started as a diving station for Japanese and European tourists. The Big and Small Lagoons can be found there which scientists believed were caves that eventually became a lagoon because of the collision of the said caves.
Lagen Island is where the Leta-Leta Cave, burial site of the Late Neolithic Age can be found. Important collections of stone, adzes, axes, shell beads and shell artifacts had been recovered here by Dr. Robert Fox in 1965 giving way to the discovery of its archeological contribution to the country.
Pangalusian Island’s wide stretches of powdery white sand is very ideal in beach activities. Some of those are sun bathing, sunset viewing and many more. Its front waters are clustered with various coral reefs making it ideal for snorkeling and diving activities as well.