El Nido Islands to Visit
This Tour is a very nice sight seeing tour with some snorkeling. In calm days the reef in front of Pangulasian is a very nice snorkel spot. Look out for Turtles and black tip sharks.
The island was called Snake Island not because it has snakes. It is because of a long sand bar that looks like a snake from afar and is clearly visible only when the tide is low. On both sides of the sand bar are shallow swimming areas. The opposing currents bring a myriad of interesting rocks, stones, bits of coral, and shells to both sides of the sand bridge. It connect two islands on both end.
Codugnon Cave, entrance to this sea cave is right on the shore a couple of steps to the left. To get in, you must crawl through a hole. The cave has beautiful limestone and marble walls, in various shades of brown, green, blue, white, and gray, and several light sources on the ceiling. The floor is sand, and the cave becomes filled with water during high tide.
Pangalusian Island, El Nido - It has one of the widest stretches of powdery white beaches in El Nido, which is very ideal for sun bathing, sunset viewing, and other beach activities. The waters fronting the beach are clusters of coral reefs that make this area a good snorkeling and diving site. A trail located in the middle of the island is a good place for birdwatching, especially during early mornings and late afternoons. The trail ends at the peak of the island and provides and an excellent 360-degree view of the Bacuit Bay and nearby islands.