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Pinagbuyutan Island is probably my favorite island in El Nido with huge towering cliffs that shoot straight down dramatically over the small beach below!

Tour B, in El Nido is a pretty underrated tour. Everyone flocks to Tour A and Tour C and then leaves El Nido but some of the spots on Tour B are incredible. There are hardly any crowds and you actually get that island vibe, deserted paradise feeling that you definitely don’t get on Tour A and C. The highlight for me was the beautiful  Pinagbuyutan Island, which we had more or less to ourselves for several hours. 

To book your EL NIDO ISLAND HOPPING B TOUR you can Click Here to check the availability and book online (It’s just $18 USD)

  • It includes Snake Island, Pinagbuyutan Island, Cudugnon Cave, BBQ Lunch

 

WHERE IS PINAGBUYUTAN ISLAND

Pinagbuyutan Island isn’t too far from El Nido Proper and is part of Tour B. It takes about 30-minutes in the outrigger boat to reach Pinagbuyutan Island. You can also get a great view of Pinagbuyutan Island from Dolarob Beach. In fact, from Dolarog Beach you could be close enough to take photos and fly your drone over Pinagbuyutan if you own one. If you want to check out the full review of my Tour B Experience you can click here. I’ve pinned the location for Pinagbuyutan Island below in case you are interested in how far it is from the other island destinations or El Nido Town Proper.

 

PINAGBUYUTAN ISLAND

Pinagbuyutan Island is probably my favorite island in El Nido. It has huge towering cliffs that shoot straight down dramatically over the small stretches of the beach below. There’s nothing more than a shack and coconut trees on this desolate island. When we rolled in there was just one local selling coconuts and no other tourists. It stayed that way for most of our visit.

We walked around the edges of the island in between the tall grass and scattered palms.  This is how island hopping is supposed to be. Quiet, relaxing and away from the crowds. Luckily for us, we were in no rush and actually spent several hours at Pinagbuyutan Island. 

On the left-hand side of the island, there are so many palms we actually started to get nervous sitting under them. After all more people die from coconuts each year than sharks. Fact! This part of the island is called Ipil Beach and is just pristine.

There are also some great snorkeling spots just off the shore with beautiful reefs waiting to be discovered below the surface.

 

ISLAND HOPPING IN EL NIDO, PALAWAN

I was lucky enough to experience Tour ATour B and Tour C, but have not yet made it on Tour D. However, don’t stress about which ‘letter tour’ will be the best. It’s El Nido, you are going to be visiting lagoons and beaches that will blow your mind no matter what tour you are on.

To book your EL NIDO ISLAND HOPPING A TOUR you can Click Here to check the availability and book online (It’s just $18 USD)

  • It includes Three Lagoons at Miniloc Island, Shimizu Island, Snorkel with turtles at Seven Commando Beach, BBQ Lunch

To book your EL NIDO ISLAND HOPPING B TOUR you can Click Here to check the availability and book online (It’s just $18 USD)

  • It includes Snake Island, Pinagbuyutan Island, Cudugnon Cave, BBQ Lunch

To book your EL NIDO ISLAND HOPPING C TOUR you can Click Here to check the availability and book online (It’s just $18 USD)

  • It includes Helicopter Island, Secret Beach, Matinloc Shrine, Talisay Beach, BBQ Lunch

To book your EL NIDO ISLAND HOPPING D TOUR you can Click Here to check the availability and book online (It’s just $18 USD)

  • It includes Cadlao Island, Pasandingan Beach, Small Lagoon, Natnat Beach, BBQ Lunch

 


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