Small Lagoon is located in El Nido, Palawan. It is accessible through a gap between two giant limestone rocks that appear to be about to kiss each other. Through this little space, one can swim or kayak into the lagoon. It is actually these cliffs, and the rocks and corals in the shallow part of the area that temper the waves, protecting the water in the lagoon from the all whatever violent events ...
in the open sea.
Small Lagoon El Nido News
Having a great time kayaking with friends. The water was beautiful and the scenery was amazing! I would definitely go back next time I visit Philippines. This was taken on mid January 2018 on a Saturday so there was a lot of people. I would try going on the weekdays next time so it's less crowded.
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
El Nido is one of the most visited places in the Philippines by the foreign tourists. Youll be surprised how foreigners almost exceed the numbers of locals in El Nido.
How do you describe the most beautiful island in the world through words?
Stunning? Ethereal? I dont think these are enough. As our tour guide has told me, you can not know exactly how beautiful Palawan is until youve seen it for yourself. And I agree with him.
El Nido adopts a resolution that will solve the overcrowding and habitat disturbance issues in the Big and Small Lagoons and Secret Beach.
El Nido will start imposing a carrying capacity policy on its 3 iconic sites, which are observed to be disturbed due to the continuous influx of tourists.
The management board of the El Nido-Taytay Managed Resource Protected Area (ETMRPA) recently adopted a resolution that will solve the overcrowding and habitat disturbance issues in the Big and Small Lagoons and Secret Beach.
As part of strategically managing these tourist sites, the board has set ...
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.