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El Nido: Island Hopping Tour B Cudognong Cave & More

1. El Nido: Island Hopping Tour B Cudognong Cave & More

Start your tour by boarding your tour boat and getting ready for some island hopping. You'll visit Snake Island, which got its name from its constantly changing sandbars. Snake Island is a well-known photo spot for tourists. Next, discover Popolkan Island with its abundant marine life and rich reefs and enjoy some snorkeling or swimming in crystal blue waters. Then, listen to stories about World War 2 at Cudognong Cave where Japanese soldiers often hid. Other tour highlights include Cathedral Cave and Entalula Island, famous for its white sand beach. At the end of your tour, you'll be dropped back off at the same starting point.

El Nido Group Tour B - Cave Tour w/ Island Lunch

2. El Nido Group Tour B - Cave Tour w/ Island Lunch

1. Entalula Beach: A picturesque stretch of white sand beach, Entalula offers a serene ambiance, making it a perfect spot for relaxation. The beach is embraced by towering limestone cliffs, giving it a secluded feel. Here, visitors can bask in the sun, snorkel in the clear blue waters, or simply lounge on the beach and enjoy the stunning seascape. 2. Snake Island: Named for its unique S-shaped sandbar that emerges during low tide, Snake Island is a sight to behold. This natural wonder connects the island to the mainland, allowing visitors to walk along the sandbar. The view from the island's hilltop offers a panoramic scene of the Bacuit Bay, making it a favorite spot for photo enthusiasts. 3. Cudugnon Cave: Steeped in history and legend, Cudugnon Cave is believed to have been a burial site thousands of years ago. To enter, visitors need to crawl through a narrow opening, leading into a spacious cavern adorned with stalactites and stalagmites. Local legends say the cave was once a hiding place for locals during invasions. 4. Cathedral Cave: Named for its cathedral-like interior, this cave can be admired from a boat. The entrance to the cave is a tall, wide arch that seems to beckon visitors, though currents can be strong, so swimming inside is often discouraged. Sunlight filtering through the cave’s entrance on a bright day creates an ethereal ambiance, making it a captivating spot. 5. Pinagbuyutan Island: Dominating the island's skyline is a tall limestone cliff, which is a typical characteristic of El Nido. The powdery white sand beach and clear waters teeming with marine life make it an excellent spot for snorkeling. The island's tranquility and natural beauty make it a favorite among visitors. --- Activities: While the tour focuses on the attractions mentioned, guests typically indulge in various activities like snorkeling to see the vibrant underwater world, swimming in the turquoise waters, and hiking up viewpoints for a more panoramic sight of the bay. Kayaking can also be an option in some areas. ---

El Nido Tour B (shared tour)

3. El Nido Tour B (shared tour)

El Nido is famous for its beaches, and there's not better way to see the best beach spots in the area than through this amazing tour. Your first stop on El Nido's white-sand wonders is Snake Island, a unique isle in the blue waters with a sandbar that gives it its iconic name, winding through the sea like a snake. Then it's off to Pinagbuyatan Island, an isle that is famous for its limestone formations that had been formed thousands of years ago. After this, you'll head off to yet another gorgeous beach at Papaya Beach. The beach is white sand, blue water perfection that looks straight out of a Hollywood movie. You'll then explore the hidden wonders of Cudugnon Cave. Watch your head as you move through the rock passageways and explore the gorgeous natural caverns of this rock formation. El Nido is rich in untouched natural splendor, and this is a tour that will endure in your memories. Destinations: - Snake Island - Cudugnon Cave - Cathedral Cave - Lagen Cove - Entalula

El Nido: Private Tour B - Snake Island & Cave Tour w/ Lunch

4. El Nido: Private Tour B - Snake Island & Cave Tour w/ Lunch

El Nido Tour B: Delving Deep into Snake Island and Caves El Nido, located on Palawan's northern tip in the Philippines, is synonymous with crystalline waters, towering limestone cliffs, and pristine beaches. One of its sought-after boat tours is Tour B, which promises an intimate exploration of some of the area's most iconic destinations. Snake Island: Named for its distinctively sinuous sandbar rather than any reptilian inhabitants, Snake Island is a natural wonder that leaves visitors in awe. At low tide, an elongated, S-shaped sandbar emerges, connecting the island to the mainland. This white sandy pathway, bordered by clear, shallow waters on either side, offers visitors a unique walking experience with panoramic views of the surrounding islands and open sea. The island itself is draped in lush greenery, and a short hike to a viewpoint reveals a breathtaking vista of the bay. Mystical Caves: El Nido's limestone formations are home to numerous caves, each telling a story of geological history and local lore. Tour B introduces adventurers to some of these hidden realms: 1. Cudugnon Cave: Steeped in history, Cudugnon Cave is believed to have been a burial site during ancient times. The entrance requires a bit of a squeeze, but once inside, visitors are greeted by spacious chambers adorned with impressive stalactites and stalagmites. 2. Cathedral Cave: Aptly named for its towering interiors that resemble a Gothic cathedral, this cave is accessible only by boat. The sun's rays penetrate the cave's entrance, casting ethereal light patterns on its walls, making for a surreal experience. 3. Entalula Island Caves: Though not as expansive as the other caves, the caves on Entalula Island offer a mix of sand, stone, and sea. They are a testament to the erosive power of nature, carving beauty into the limestone cliffs. El Nido Tour B is not just a journey across turquoise waters but also a dive into the natural and historical tapestry of Palawan. From the captivating curves of Snake Island's sandbar to the whispered secrets of age-old caves, it's an expedition that resonates with the soul of every traveler.

El Nido Island Tour B w/ Fees included (No Hidden Charges)

5. El Nido Island Tour B w/ Fees included (No Hidden Charges)

Engage to El Nido's wonder of nature by joining our Island Tours operated by Cliffside Travel and Tours (a Tourism Accredited Travel Agency based in El Nido). Hurry and book now. Island Tour B includes 5 destinations (Snake Island, Pinabuyutan Island, Entalula Island, Cathedral Cave and Cudugnon Cave). The tour guide will meetup the guest before 9:00am, and the boat dispatch at el nido town beach at around 9:00am-10:00am. The travel time going to the first destination will take about 20-30mis. Duration of stay in each islands/destination is approx.40-50mins. The picnic lunch will be served at one of the islands. In the tour the guest can do snorkeling, swimming, sun bathing, play volleyball and eat at the restaurant. The tour will end at around 3pm to 5pm. The licensed tour guide is always available if the guest needs any assistance.

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4.8
(5 reviews)

The region is magnificent and is reminiscent of both a mini Along Bay and the islands of southern Thailand. Excursion “B” is, in my opinion, much nicer than “A”. A few beaches are definitely worth seeing. Relatively good food and very friendly and competent crew. Unfortunately, as usual in the Philippines, the organization really needs to be reviewed. This time, we were treated to a false start, the crew having obviously forgotten to transmit their information to the maritime police...

A somewhat more relaxed tour since you don't meet so many other boats and tourists. The cave is not so easily accessible, but it is a place to visit. I prefer the beaches of Entalula and Papaya.

beautiful experience, the tour was organized in the best way it is really worth it, I highly recommend it.

Well organized, amazing places to see and very nice staff! Liked it very much!!!

Very funny. The guides are very nice. We hate fresh fish at lunch.