Seven Commandos Beach is located in El Nido, Palawan. It is named after the 7 remaining japanese commandos who lived in the island as straglers after World War II. The island has a long white sandy beach lined with palms trees.
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El Nido is one of the Philippines' top tourist destinations. Last year, around 200,000 tourists visited the municipality, which is located at the northern tip of Palawan.
It is known for its beautiful beaches and enchanting limestone rock formations. And like any island destination here in the Philippines, there's a lot to do in this paradise, from island hopping to scuba diving to hiking.
And although the local government has already started with its ?cleaning operations? of the tourist destination, like getting rid of illegal structures on the beach and closing snorkeling sites for reh ...
Philippines from a bird's-eye view. This video captures our 3 week trip all across the Philippines. The country undoubtedly has one of the best landscapes on earth white pristine beaches, clear azure blue waters, lush green jungles and sky-reaching volcanos a holiday in the Philippines should definitely be on your bucket list.
The parts shown in the video were filmed in Palawan, Nacpan Beach, El Nido, , Luzon, Legazpi, Helicopter Island, Seven Commando Beach, Pinagbuyatan, Nacpan, Malcapuya, Bulog, Banana Island, and many more.
The only way to see El Nido is by boat. There isn't a lot to see in town but it all works out because the majestic island hopping more than makes up for it. Our day of island hopping already seems too far away as if the reality of the creation is slipping away from my memory. This year I have formed a deeper gratitude for photographs and videos that rekindle memories and breath life back into them. It's hard to put into words the unreal beauty of El Nido's bay and many islands so I will try and share this piece of heaven through photos and video.
Probably one of the best place to visit in the Philippines.
This was our last year's adventure in EL NIDO, PALAWAN
Recommended places to visit in EL NIDO :
1. Small Lagoon
2. Big Lagoon
3. Secret Lagoon
4. Shimizu Island
5. 7 commando beach
6. Helicopter Island
7. Matinloc Shrine
8. Secret Beach
9. Star Beach
10. Hidden Beack
11. Taraw Peak
12. Nacpan Beach
13. Kuyawyaw Falls
The Philippines is an archipelago of 7,107 islands and among all of them, 48 is situated in Bacuit Bay, El Nido making island hopping one of its major tourist activities. As we may all know, there is no better way to discover paradise than to immerse yourself with its wonder and allow yourself to get lost within its mystical world. Island hopping might eat up too much of your time and drain you all that energy but at the end of the day, the experience is something you wouldnt trade for anything as it is more valuable than any wealth in this world.
In this vlog, we explore El Nido - a cluster of islands renowned for its crisp-white beaches and crystal-clear waters! My family and I experienced tour A which consisted of Seven Commando beach (my personal favourite), Small Lagoon, Big Lagoon and Shimizu Island. Typically, tour A includes a visit to the Secret Lagoon but because of the rough weather conditions, we visited Payong-payong beach instead! And on this very island, my mother attempts to set me up with an unassuming gentleman from our boat!