Secret or Hidden Beach, located on Matinloc Island in El Nido Palawan, is a pocket of white sand beach at the corner of a sinkhole, that is inaccessible by boat and surrounded by steep rock walls. To reach it, divers must swim underwater through a narrow crevice in a rock wall.
At noon, the sun streams in through the opening, allowing a play of light and shadow against its limeston ...
e walls. The beach floor drops abruptly. According to local legend, this beach inspired Alex Garland's novel The Beach, which was written while the author was in El Nido.
El Nido is one of the top tourist destinations in Palawan, which is often referred to as the "Philippines' Last Frontier". In the November–December 2007 issue of the National Geographic Traveler's magazine, Palawan was chosen as one of the best travel destinations in the world, and particularly, it recommended El Nido and the Calamianes Islands. Wiki
Secret or Hidden Beach Matinloc Island News
Island hopping in El Nido, Palawan, Philippines. March 2017. Secret beaches, hidden lagoons and crystal clear waters.
El Nido on Palawan Island Philippines is the most beautiful place I have visited. El Nido has so much to offer with beautiful tropical islands, white sandy beaches, caves and some of the most spectacular lagoons in the world.
There are many different tours you can take. One of the most popular tours is a boat tour to visit the lagoons of El Nido including the Small Lagoon, Big Lagoon and the Secret Lagoon. There are heaps of tour operators in El Nido and they all refer to this tour as Tour A (Lagoon Tour). The Lagoon Tour generally leaves around 9am and returns at 4pm.
It costs 1200 Peso ...
Still dreaming of this magical place. Someone take me backkkkkk!
After a whole day of exploring Puerto Princesa, it was finally time to head to El Nido. Six hours later we found ourselves at El Nido Bus Terminal. It was still dawn when we arrived, specifically around 1am. It was kinda part of the plan since we were not planning to book any rooms that night. At first we thought maybe we could just stay at the terminal for the entire night but after an hour we went to Tay Miloy's Inn to drop our bags (where we plan to stay the following night) and had very early breakfast because everyone was ...
After traveling for 2-3 years in various places in the country, I've compiled my own list of Philippine destinations that didn't live up to the hype.
I'd been meaning to write about this for a long time but didn't because I didn't want to offend anyone (*cough* tourism offices) and also because I felt guilty about not enjoying myself as much as I would expect to. I know that's a funny thing to worry about, but hey, try to live in the Philippines where people will cry war at any opinion that's less than all praise and glory.
In my experience, expectations play a big role on how we react. ...
The season of summer or dry season, which begins in March and ends in May, is the second most-awaited season of the year in the Philippines, next to the season of Christmas and New Year. Well, who doesn't love summer?
For a country blessed with over 7,000 islands scattered all over the archipelago, locals and tourists alike never run out of slices of heaven naturally designed to enjoy the sun, the sea, and the sand, and everything in between.
El Nido in Palawan, 2016's World's Best Island according to Travel + Leisure Magazine, is one of the most touristed islands in the entire country ...
â€¢ Trip length and when did I go? 6 days in November 2016
â€¢ Places visited: Puerto Princessa, Sabang, El Nido
â€¢ How much did it cost me? MYR 1,000
At A Glance
â€¢ Day 1 - Puerto Princessa to Sabang. Arrival & transit in Manila. Took a morning flight from Manila to Puerto Princessa. Upon arrival in Puerto Princessa, I took a public jeepney to Sabang. Check-in to Cafe Sabang once I arrived there. Overnight in Sabang
â€¢ Day 2 - Sabang to El Nido. Half day tour to Puerto Princessa underground river. Check-out from guesthouse and took a shuttle van to El Nido. Check-i ...