This fun island tour is more diverse than the others, featuring caves, coves, historic sites, and wild forests—all set in stunning limestone islands! Entalula, Pinagbuyutan, and Snake Islands have beautiful rocky sceneries and virgin forests teeming with wildlife. If you’re up for an adventure, hike to the summit of Snake Island and see awesome views of Bacuit Bay!
The astonishing Cudugnon Cave is where pottery and jewelry from the Sung Dynasty was found. Travelers from Borneo used to cross the ancient land bridge that once connected Borneo to Palawan. Cathedral Cave, on the hand, features a huge cavern that resembles a cathedral, hence the name. Don’t miss the chance to access this using a kayak!
Discover El Nido
8:30 am at Discover El Nido Office in Calle Amboy, El Nido (see map). For hotel pick-up within the town proper, please contact the tour operator. The phone number is on your receipt upon booking.
Boat and crew
Local tour guide
All entrance fees
Mask and snorkel
The Eco-Tourism Development Fee of P200 per person is not included. This is a mandatory fee, valid for all tours occurring within a 10-day period in El Nido. If you have already availed the mandatory Eco-Tourism Development Fee, please bring it with you.
Please present your printed or mobile voucher. The voucher is valid only on the tour date and time specified.
We recommend to bring the following items: comfortable swimming attire, sunblock, towel, and camera.
Single-use plastic bottles are prohibited in all tours.
OUR TWO CENTS
- Walk around Snake Island and hike up the small hill for an added adventure.
- Kayak and snorkel through Cathedral Cave.
- Take a nap under a coconut tree at Pinagbuyutan Island.