El Nido Tour C
From: ₱ 1,470.00
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. El Nido Tour C features Matinloc Island, Secret Beach, Hidden Beach Helicopter Island and Tapiutan Island.
Matinloc Island is known for the excellent snorkelling spots, some good beaches and a mysterious Shrine. The Shrine is reachable by climbing the steps of an abandoned building. The place offers a beautiful panoramic view.
The tiny Secret Beach in Mantiloc Island can only be entered by swimming through a keyhole slot in the rock wall of the island. Alex Garland, the author of the novel-turned-film The Beach actually lived and wrote his bestselling novel in El Nido, most likely inspired by the Secret Beach.
The Hidden Beach in Mantiloc Island is a small paradisiac cove concealed by limestone rock and impossible to see it from the open sea.
Tapiutan Island is further out the Bacuit Bay. It’s a serene island with pristine sandy beaches and good snorkeling spots.
Dilumacad Island, also known as “Helicopter Island” due to its helicopter-like shape. The inhabited island boasts towering cliffs, tropical lush vegetation, white sandy beach and great snorkeling sites.
- Matinloc Islands
- Dilumacad Island
- Tapiutan Island
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
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- All internal transport by land/sea
- English speaking guide
- Picnic lunch
- Life jacket, mask and snorkel
- Travel insurance
- El Nido Environmental fee
- Charges incurred as a result of delays beyond our control
El Nido Tour C
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 C, you will visit the following islands and beaches: Matinloc Island, Secret Beach, Hidden Beach Helicopter Island and Tapiutan Island.
The islands are great for swimming, snorkeling and kayaking.
A picnic lunch will be served on the beach.
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.
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.
Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) has opened its first branch in El Nido town a full-service branch.
Island hopping tour is the highlight of El Nido. With the island-hopping tours, you will have the opportunity to visit the beautiful islands with crystal clear waters, white sand beaches, and limestone karsts.
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.