Experience the hidden beauty of Bacuit Bay by visiting breathtaking sceneries such as Cathedral Cave, Pinagbuyutan Island, Entaluala Island and Cudugnon Cave. Discover the wonders of El Nido Island Hopping Tour B : Caves and Coves in this whole day tour. You will enjoy snorkeling, white sand beaches, and also get to discover a unique sandbar in the middle of the sea, the Snake Island.

Why Choose Private Island Hopping?

Exclusive boat privileges

Have a privacy, customized experience and intimate settings

Avoid crowds

Local guide will advise on how to avoid crowds by delaying departure or interchange island destinations

Control your own time

You have the freedom to control your own time of how long you will stay or leave from each island

Extra Destinations

Stop on other islands as long as it’s on the route of tour A

Snake Island

Snake Island

Snake Island is one of the popular beach destinations in El Nido and is what many look forward on Tour package B. The island got its name from its naturally S-formed white sand bar that connects the island to mainland Palawan. Locals call it by its other name, Vigan Island, however tourists typically calls it by its name.

Cathedral Cave

Cathedral Cave

The distinctive rock formations at Cathedral Cave make it a popular spot for photo ops. Named after its narrow, high-ceilinged entrance, the cave’s interiors are intriguing and can be accessed by dinghy and kayak. Cathedral Cave is among those mysterious sights that deserves a quick stop.

Pinagbuyutan Island

Pinagbuyutan Island

Pinagbuyutan Island (also known as Ellisa Island) is part of El Nido Tour B. It may not have the powdery white sand compared to other beaches in Palawan, but what makes it special is the colourful and thriving underwater ecosystem; perfect for snorkeling activity. Its beautiful beachscape makes it a perfect place for photo ops even from different angles.

Entalula Island

Entalula Island

Entalula Island is an idyllic destination that features a distinct towering rock formations, powdery white sand beach, and waters that shimmer in numerous shades of emerald and blue on a clear day. The limestone and greenery dotting the island add a raw charm to the already stunning beachscape. The island is privately owned but there's still a portion that is open to public.

Cudugnon Cave

Cudugnon Cave

Cudugnon Cave is an example of geological formations that has been found to possess archaeological value with the bones and artifacts found there. Jewellery and pottery dating back to the Sung Dynasty (960-1279 BC) were found in the cave. Anthropologists believed that the cave inhabitants were from Borneo, and traveled across the ancient land bridge that connected Palawan from Borneo.

  • Private motorized outrigger boat
  • Lunch
  • Drinking Water
  • Mask and Snorkel
  • Private Tour Guide
  • Life Vests
  • Highlights
    • Snake Island
    • Pinagbuyutan Island
    • Entalula Beach
    • Cudugnon Cave
    • Snorkeling Site

Cudugnon Cave Entrance Fee:

Please note that the Cudugnon Cave has been privatized and the owner now applies an entrance fee of P150 for visitors willing to enter the premise. Please note that operator have no control over this fee and that it may change without prior notice. If you want to enter Cudugnon Cave, we thus advise you to bring extra cash for the entrance fee.

Fill up this reservation form and received a confirmation within 24 hours. Last minute booking must be made 48 hours prior to the pick up time.

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