Enjoy the awe-inspiring beaches and island shrines of Bacuit Bay with El Nido’s budget-friendly tours. Island Tour C offers a blend of wondrous escapes and a touch of nature’s beauty. The astounding landscapes and rock formations will surely made your day.
Tour C will lead you to Matinloc Island, Secret Beach & Shrine, Kulasa and Star Beaches, Dilumacad and Helicopter Island, Hidden Beach and Tapiutan Island. This amazing half day tour starts at P1400 per person. If you’re looking for offbeat adventures, El Nido’s grand beaches bring lots of fun and surprises to all guests.
Matinloc Island: Shrine and Secret Beach of the Century
Get authentic treats as Matinloc Island unveils its awesome beauty. This enigmatic island is rich in hidden wonders that eventually unfold its genuine splendor. Matinloc Island gains fame for its must-see beaches and bodies of water. The lofty rock formations create a perfect scene for trekking and natural trailing.
Matinloc’s Secret Beach is known for its peculiar structure underwater. The marble karsts and towering cliffs of the beach are visible underneath. This site is best for diving and swimming. Advancing divers can swim through the narrow opening of the rock wall. What are you waiting? Submerge your waterproof cameras and spot this jaw-dropping beach of Matinloc.
The Shrine of the Blessed Virgin widely called as “Matinloc Shrine” is another top destination for spiritual pondering. Matinloc Shrine is surrounded by tropical trees and shrubs that generate life and grandiosity. Few fables had emerged when this heavenly paradise is known for its buried treasures. Thus, this divine shrine serves as wishing spots for aspiring guests.
Don’t miss the chance to include Matinloc Shrine in your photo gallery.
Kulasa and Star Beaches: Matinloc Island’s Eye-Catching Seaside
Matinloc Island has two prominent beaches in El Nido. The Kulasa and Star beaches urge you to experience a dream-like escapade to the white powdery sands of Matinloc Island.
The Star Beach is considered as one of the exceptional resorts of Bacuit bay. This dazzling white beach is perfect for diving, swimming and snorkeling. The crystalline blue water is copious in vibrant corals and other sea anemones. Gutsy divers find Star Beach as the leading spot for camerawork.
Looking for more pleasure? Kulasa Beach is one of the beautiful sites for beach bums. This 100-meter beach spreads out with fine-looking sands of Palawan. Kulasa beach is best described as the” shoreline within a cave”. Travel bugs can have snorkeling and diving with the precious sea creatures underneath.
Tapiutan Island: Philippines’ Royal Site for Aquatic Life
Fronting South China Sea, get puzzled with the island’s striking panorama. This one of a kind island, few meters away from Matinloc offers a taste of unique structures. The sheer marble wall and enormous rock formation of Tapiutan is the right spot for water adventures.
Tapiutan Island is the best diving site for advancing dive lessons. Guests can also swim and snorkel on the emerald waters along the shoreline.
Are you craving for white beaches? Take a break on the outstretching white sand of Star Beach. This twin shoreline of both Tapiutan and Matinloc Islands is excellent for picnics and seaside outings.
Hidden Beach: The Swimming Capital of Bacuit Bay
The Hidden Beach has limestone cliffs preserving the place. The mesmerizing water of the beach is swarming with marine life. Guests can have midnight camping on this mind-blowing scenery.
The stillness of the sea breeze entices you to loosen up and take a minute break. You can also hear the pleasant sounds of the flocking birds on air.
The Hidden Beach serves as marine reserves for endangered species. Several tour guides will lead you to the protective havens of seaweeds. Hence, it would be gratifying if you’ll encounter the amiable Nemo of the sea.
Dilumacad Island: A Helicopter-like Temptation of Southeast Asia
Dimalucad Island is El Nido’s fascinating snorkeling center of Palawan. The island gain popularity for its helicopter-like resemblance on an aerial view. Dimalucad also known as Helicopter Island stretches about 300-meter white sand, ideal for family picnics.
Helicopter Island has an underwater subway that extends from north to south. In fact, the southern end of Dimalucad is marking off with beds of coral. The spectacular limestone cliffs and tortoise water is superb for diving, swimming, and snorkeling.
Enjoy island hopping with El Nido’s Tour C package. Notice guests are highly recommended to carry extra paraphernalia for swimming. Distilled waters sand extra shirts are also suggested. Be equipped and plunge into the glittering seascape of El Nido.