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About the Tour

Explore the best of El Nido with our Highlight Tour A Adventure . A combination of Tour A and Tour C.

If you have limited time and want to make the most of your stay in El Nido, this is good for you!

PRICE :₱ 14,900

Tour Terms/ Conditions

  • Price is good for 3 persons only, P1400 per person in excess

  • For tour cancellations and refunds, click here.

  • Only a deposit of P2000 will be collected online - to confirm booking/reservation

  • Invoice will be sent for the remaining balance, to be settled before the actual day of activity.



  • Kayak Rentals

  • Tips

  • Mask and Snorkel, P100/each

  • Environmental Fee, P200/each

  • Entrance to Lagoon, P200/each

  • Pickup in Las Cabanas/ Lio/ Nacpan and beyond




Big Lagoon . Secret Beach . 7th Commando . Helicopter Island . Hidden beach

Pickup Time: 730AM

Start Time: 800AM

End Time: 430-500PM

About the Destinations

Big Lagoon 

Big Lagoon in El Nido, Palawan, is a captivating natural wonder known for its crystal-clear waters, limestone cliffs, and rich marine life. Visitors can kayak through its serene waters, explore vibrant coral reefs, and enjoy the peaceful ambiance. It's part of the El Nido-Taytay Managed Resource Protected Area, ensuring its preservation. A visit to Big Lagoon is a must for those seeking a tranquil and visually stunning experience in Palawan.

Secret Beach

Secret Beach in El Nido, Palawan, is a secluded and hidden cove nestled within dramatic limestone cliffs. Accessible only through a narrow cave-like entrance, it offers a private and pristine beach with turquoise waters, excellent snorkeling, and stunning cliffs as a backdrop. This hidden gem is perfect for those seeking a secluded and picturesque escape in Palawan.

Seven Commando

Seven Commando Beach, located in El Nido, Palawan, is a breathtaking tropical paradise known for its powdery white sand, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant coral reefs. It's a popular stop on island-hopping tours, offering opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, and relaxation on its pristine shores. The beach got its name from the seven Japanese commandos who reportedly sought refuge there during World War II, adding a touch of history to its natural beauty.

Helicopter Island

Helicopter Island, nestled within the stunning island-hopping destinations of El Nido, Palawan, gets its name from its unique limestone rock formation that resembles a helicopter when viewed from a distance. This island is renowned for its white sandy beach, crystal-clear waters, and fantastic snorkeling opportunities. It's a popular spot for underwater enthusiasts, and its striking natural beauty makes it a must-visit location for travelers exploring El Nido's marine wonders.

Hidden Beach 

Hidden Beach in El Nido, Palawan, is a captivating destination concealed behind towering limestone cliffs. Accessible through a narrow passage by swimming or wading, it reveals a secluded and pristine beach with turquoise waters, making it a tranquil escape for those seeking solitude and natural beauty. Hidden Beach is an enchanting part of El Nido's island-hopping tours, offering a serene and picturesque experience.



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