El Nido has endless beaches, crystal clear waters and an underwater world that will take your breath away.

Located in the area of Palawan, not only is it a destination that truly looks like paradise, but it’s also considered the gateway to the beautifully unspoiled Bacuit Archipelago.

Made up of 45 islands and islets, El Nido is a Philippine dream of signature karst cliffs, covered in a thickets of deep green jungle vine, blue-green waters and impossibly white sand beaches.


If you have travelled to the likes of Halong Bay in Vietnam, parts of El Nido may appear similar with its towering karst cliff backdrops and beautiful waters, but little can prepare you for how beautiful it is first-hand.

The rest of the islands in the Bacuit Archipelago feature steaming tropical jungles as far as the eye can see, sparkling, clear ocean waters, secluded and peaceful inlet coves and beaches – perfect for days of exploration and lazing on the soft, white sands, under the warm Philippine sunshine.

El Nido also offers a fantastic dive experience for both new and well-seasoned divers. Our team will do their best to deliver you to some of most uncrowded and unique spots. Dive spots in this region have up to 800 species of fish, 120 species of coral as well as the endangered hawksbill and green sea turtle.

For the more adventurous diver El Nido’s brilliant natural phenomenon, the Dilumacad Underwater Tunnel runs from one side of the island to other, with a total length of 40 metres. Dotted with numerous ceiling holes, this tunnel offers a not-to-be-missed dive experience!

El Nido has beautiful diving and snorkelling but also plenty of on-land activities to feed your adventurous spirit, from hiking and mountain biking, to rock climbing and forest zip lining. You can also explore nature at its finest among the coconut groves, mangroves, in hot springs, waterfalls and on secluded beaches.

Water sports abound – hit the lagoons in a kayak and uncover hidden coves and small islets, while the warm seas are perfect for swimming, snorkelling, paddle boarding and more – all of which you can do from the comfort of the boat.

The memory of a magnificent El Nido sunset, orange and pink and mauve: the way it washes the whole world in a warm peachy hue as it ushers in yet another peaceful evening, is something that will last forever.