El Nido Tour A

Enjoy Kayaking in the Lagoon of El Nido. You can also experience snorkeling to immerse in the underwater wonders of Palawan
  • Tick off a bucket list experience: swim and snorkle with whale sharks in the Philippines
  • Enjoy a scenic 3 hour drive along the Southern Cebu coastline, accompanied by an experienced local driver
  • Participate in shark feeding and explore surrounding coral reefs
  • After your whale shark experience, you may opt to climb up the amazing Tumalog Falls! 

What to Expect

One of the most famous destinations in the Philippines are the famed El Nido Islands. This beach paradise is so famous that no trip to the Philippines would be complete without a visit! This package will take you straight to its most beautiful lagoons full of picture perfect wonder. The big lagoon features the full beauty of El Nido’s lagoons: rippling clear waters, rock formations around you and under the water, like an idyllic marine waterway. The hidden lagoon is straight out of a storybook, where you duck into a small entrance to reveal a secluded pool of crystal water surrounded by rocks, bringing back memories of stories of mermaids and fairytales. After lunch, you’ll head to Shimizu Island’s white beaches and get to experience its untouched natural beauty nestled in the waters. You’ll the learn of the name origins of 7 Commando Beach, your next stop, where you’ll be able to relax and take a dip in the clear blue ocean. There’s no doubt that this tour of El Nido will take you to a world of aquatic wonder, one you will not soon forget.


  • Please note: The itinerary is approximate and subject to change based on tidal and weather
  • 9:00am hotel pick-up
  • Big Lagoon (optional)
  • 12:00pm lunch
  • Shimizu Island
  • 7 Commando Beach
  • 3:00pm end of tour
  • 3:20pm hotel drop-off

Inclusive of

  • Join tour
  • Local and English speaking guide
  • Barbecue lunch
  • Water
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Snorkeling gear

Not Included

  • El Nido Eco-Tourism Development fee (P200/person)
  • Big Lagoon Entrance Fee (P200/person)

Follow Us