El Nido Tour B
From: ₱ 1,365.00
Island-hopping is the best way to explore some of the islands scattered in Bacuit Bay, El Nido.
El Nido is surrounded by many beautiful islands and beached and each one of them has something different to offer. Tour B is the best option if you want to witness beautiful beaches and caves in Bacuit Bay. El Nido Tour B features Snake Island, Cudugnon Cave, Cathedral Cave, Pinagbuyutan Island or Entaluala Island and Popolkan Island.
Snake Island or Vigan Island is a beautiful strip of white sand shaped like a snake. It is possible to cross the sandbar at low tide or climb to the top of the island and catch great views from the viewing deck.
Cudugnon Cave is a spectacular limestone sea-cave located on Cudugnon Island. The entrance to the cave is on a small beach. It’s possible to enter inside the main chamber through a narrow opening in the rock wall. Whilst inside the cave is huge and there are many interesting rock formation and resident bats.
The Cathedral Cave is another stunning cavern with towering walls resembling a cathedral’s interior. Although the greenish blue waters look inviting, it’s not possible to swim inside the cave due to the strong currents and also because the cave is home to venomous sea snakes.
Pinagbuyutan Island is a dome-shaped island, dominated by high limestone cliffs, with a strip of powdery white sand at its base. It’s considered one of the most scenic islands in Bacuit Bay, El Nido.
Entaluala Island is an idyllic island in Bacuit Bay with dramatic towering rock formation and powdery white sand. The island is great for a swim, snorkeling, short walks, or just lounging on the beach.
Popolkan Island is a blissful island that boasts a beautiful stretch of white sand beach and a vibrant marine life.
- Snake Island
- Cudugnon Cave
- Cathedral Cave
- Pinagbuyutan Island
- Entaluala Island
- Popolkan Island
Important Note about El Nido Tours
We are in the midst of revising El Nido Tours following the new rules and regulations implemented by El Nido Municipal in an effort to address the problem of overcrowding.
Read more about El Nido Tour New Rules and Regulations
Hotel pick up/drop off
It’s included for hotels within El Nido town, Caalan Beach and Corong Corong beach. Surcharge applied for pick up from hotels on the outskirts of El Nido.
Pick up from Sitio Lugadia, Las Cabanas and Lio Beach: PHP 1,000 per van(12 seaters) or PHP 300 per tricycle (3 seaters) / per way
Pick up from Nacpan Beach: PHP 2,500 per van (12 seaters) or PHP 1,000 per tricycle (3 seaters) / per way
Pick up from Duli Beach, Sibaltan and QI Palawan: PHP 3,000 per van (12 seaters) / per way
We do not pick up/drop off from Miniloc, Matinloc or neighboring islands. For those who stay on the islands, the meeting point is El Nido beach.
This tour is shared with other people (about 8-14 people per boat). To request a private tour please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recommended things to bring along:
- Flip flops or water shoes (to protect your feet from sharp rocks and shells)
- Lightweight clothes
- Beach towel
- Small backpack
- Cameras and/or video
- Sunblock lotion and sunglasses
- Drinking water
- Insect repellent
- Raincoat (just in case of rain)
Best time to visit
It’s possible to visit El Nido year-round
Last Minute Bookings
Last minute bookings made 3 days or less to date of travel be may not be honored. If you wish to make a last minute booking and the calendar shows the date as grayed out, please contact our team by email, WhatsApp or phone.
- All internal transport by land/sea
- English speaking guide
- Picnic lunch
- Life jacket, mask and snorkel
- Travel insurance
- Kayak Rental
- El Nido Environmental fee
- Charges incurred as a result of delays beyond our control
El Nido Tour B
Pick up from your hotel between 8.30am/9.00am
You will be collected from your hotel and taken to El Nido town main beach to board the boat for a full day excursion around the exotic islands of Bacuit Bay in El Nido.
With El Nido tour B, you will visit the following islands and beaches: Snake Island, Cudugnon Cave, Cathedral Cave, Pinagbuyutan Island OR Entaluala Island and Popolkan Island
The islands are great for swimming, snorkeling and kayaking.
Picnic lunch in Cudognun Island.
Head back to El Nido town around mid-afternoon. Transfer to your hotel
Yes, we offer private tour with exclusive use of the boat.
The private tour is more expensive than shared tour but will give you more flexibility in choice of stops and length of staying in stops.
For the private tour please contact us
In the event of bad weather, a tour may be postponed to a later date.
If you are unable to make the new tour date, you will be offered a full refund.
Note that a tour may be canceled within 30 minutes prior to departure in the event of changing weather conditions.
The voucher will be e-mailed to you within 48 hours after booking.
If you haven’t received the voucher after 48hours, please send us an email.
Booking are subject to our terms and conditions
Yes, if you don’t have a Paypal account you can pay with your credit card or debit card. On the checkout page, select Credit Card / Paypal and click Place the Order.
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If you wish to pay by Bank Transfer, Transfer Wise, Pawnshop, then please contact us for more information.
You don’t have to be a seasoned swimmer to enjoy El Nido. You’ll be given a life jacket so you can go snorkeling or swimming in deep water and join the other tourists wherever the boat stops.
Tour B and D are the most suitable options if you have fear of deep water or aren’t a good swimmer. You can do these tours without swimming and just enjoy the beaches.
You would have to swim a lot if you choose Tour A or Tour C, especially when going to the hidden lagoon, secret and hidden beach. Sometime even expert swimmers may find difficult to get inside the Secret Beach where you need to swim underwater through a narrow rock tunnel with strong currents.
No, we do not pick up from the islands (Miniloc, Matinloc, Cauayan, Pangalusian and Lagen). For those who stay on the islands, the meeting point is El Nido Beach.
The ETDF stands for Eco-Tourism Development Fund and is designed to help to limit the impact of tourism and protect the marine environment of El Nido.
A 200-pesos ETDF fee per person is required for visiting the islands of Bacuit Bay and it’s valid for 10 days.
All our tour excludes the environmental fee.
Yes, we can accommodate those with dietary restrictions. Just enter your food requirement in the information box on the checkout page.
No, we only accept advanced payment.