El Nido, Palawan named as Philippines’ Final Frontier. Many have said that once you have reached the destination, you’ll know the answer why it’s considered as it. It has a mystical feel; it is like paradise on earth. El Nido boasts of its earthly wonders and its divine nature. The place is surrounded with the most beautiful beach. It also has the perfect cliffs and interesting caves leading to hidden beach hangouts. The place also is a known exploration for divers. It has 30 dive sites for varying levels of experience ranging from first-timers to the more advanced divers. El Nido is also the ideal for island hopping. Hop on to your boats and bring on some cool booze and sumptuous fresh foods and you’re up for a ride to Bacuit Bay. The whole tour and experience sums up to an inspirational full-time relaxation. It only not rejuvenates ones physical body but also the inner being.
El Nido is a popular spot especially during Holy Week. Given that the Philippines is Catholic in majority; people dig in for a divine experience or purely fun during the Lenten season. Usually, it is the best time for beach outings. So, local and foreign tourists divulge on El Nido, Palawan at these times. In time for the spiritual awakening, physical de-stressing, and also, some culture-sight-seeing since there are a lot of festivities and rituals being observed by the Filipinos during the Holy Week. Foreigners are intrigued and entertained by the richness of the Filipino culture.
El Nido is surely a great way to escape from reality and break into paradise, The Philippines’ Last Frontier. El Nido is about 430 kilometers southwest of Manila, about 238 northwest of Puerto Princesa, capital city of Palawan.