Tour package A will take you straight to its most beautiful lagoons full of picture perfect wonder. It features the full beauty of El Nido’s lagoons: crystal clear waters and rock formations around you. The secret lagoon is straight out of a storybook, where you dock into a small entrance to reveal a secluded pool of crystal clear water surrounded by rocks. Then, you’ll head to Shimizu Island’s white beaches and get to experience its untouched natural beauty.
Why Choose Private Island Hopping?
Private El Nido Island Hopping Tour A Destinations
Small lagoon gives an imposing welcome to El Nido’s guests with its fascinating rock formations. Its crystal clear blue water enables you to see the fascinating sight of El Nido’s corals and variety of fishes. Getting here is adventurous since you have to pass a small entrance (only one kayak can enter at a time).
Big Lagoon is dotted with dark limestone cliffs just like any other lagoons in Palawan. The entrance to the lagoon is shallow, but the emerald color of the water indicates the deeper areas. You can marvel at the incredible view of nature's beauty while riding the boats or you can enjoy the lagoon by kayaking.
Secret Lagoon (also known as Hidden Lagoon) is a tiny lagoon that is concealed behind the towering karst cliffs. A small hole opening serves as the entrance to the lagoon. You can take a perfect picture at the entrance, wade into the clean, greenish water and enjoy the beach beside the lagoon.
Simizu Island (also called as Shimizu Island), is one of the numerous islands in Bacuit Bay in El Nido, Palawan. This island is popular for its colorful marine life which is perfect for snorkeling activities. Enjoy your lunch under the shade of the limestone cliffs and trees.
7 Commandos Beach
The 7 Commandos Beach has a long sloping stretch of fine sand and coconut trees which welcomes the guests after a long day of island hopping. It is yet to be confirmed how the beach got its name, but one consistent story is that of the 7 soldiers who got stranded here during World War II. Stalls and bars are available in the area, offering different kinds of food and refreshments, from fresh coconut juice to beers.
|Number of Pax||Rate Per Person|
|2||P 3,950 / pax|
|3||P 2,800 / pax|
|4||P 2,225 / pax|
|5||P 1,920 / pax|
|6||P 1,750 / pax|
|7||P 1,600 / pax|
|8||P 1,525 / pax|
|9||P 1,500 / pax|
|10||P 1,400 / pax|
|11||P 1,300 / pax|
|12||P 1,250 / pax|
- Private motorized outrigger boat
- Lunch Buffet
- Drinking Water
- Local guide
- Mask and snorkel
- Life Vests
Important note: There is an environmental user fee (entrance fee) of Php 200 per pax for each lagoon aside from the Eco-Tourism Development Fee of Php 200 as implemented by the Department of Environmental and Natural Resources – Protected Area Management Board (DENR-PAMB). Those additional payments will be paid on the implementing government agencies offices like DENR-PAO and Tourism Department local office.