Watch out for dropping jaws when you and your friends venture on the El Nido Island Hopping Tour C, which is all about mind-blowing rock formations, dreamy beaches, and enchanting lagoons.
Helicopter Island, which is named as such due to its shape, offers a 300-meter long beach that’s perfect for lounging, picnicking, and sun bathing. Star Beach, meanwhile, is a great spot for snorkeling as it is teeming with colorful coral reefs and marine life.
Matinloc Island is considered as El Nido’s longest slim island. It has this unbelievable secret beach that can only be accessed by swimming underwater through a narrow hole in a rock wall. This isn’t for the faint of heart, but those who dare are rewarded immensely by this natural attraction’s staggering sights. Matinloc Shrine is a sacred monument that was built in 1982 for the Blessed Virgin Mary.