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We spend 3 night stay at El Nido, and every day we went to this beach to see the sunset and spend couple hours or more before back to our villa..
This beach is beautiful, not so many tourist during evening, that's really good to...More
This is I guess the only beach easily accessible with tricycle and worth a visit. Nice sunset, however quite many homeless dogs.
Regular price to go is 150 pesos one way but we negotiated for 80 to the beach ans for 100 back to the...More
The photos of Las Cabanas online is different from what we saw. It was a nice long brownish shore line but it’s full of seaweeds, sea grass and some trash too. It has a good view of other islands. Good thing we found a nice...More
We stayed two nights at a resort on this beach and it was lovely and idylic and not as busy and touristy as El Nido town. Still developing but there are a few good places to get a drink and food (recommend the Marimegmeg beach...More
We ride a tricycle for 15 mins to Las Cabanas Beach., south of El Nido.
We went here because our Tour A was cancelled due to bad weather. So most tourist from El Nido was redirected to this beach.
The place has long white sandy...More
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It is safe, and previous responses are correct about theft etc. But, be forewarned, the Philippines is not "backpacker friendly". What I mean is, if you go to Thailand, Cambodia, etc., there are multitudes of hostels... More
It is safe, and previous responses are correct about theft etc. But, be forewarned, the Philippines is not "backpacker friendly". What I mean is, if you go to Thailand, Cambodia, etc., there are multitudes of hostels, cheap accommodations, cheap eats...things are geared towards backpackers. Philippines is getting there, yes, but its not quite there. Accommodations are anywhere from double to triple what a Thai or Cambodian place will cost. We, Canadians, were paying over $20 CAD each night in the cheapest of accommodations, whereas anywhere else was quite cheap. We spent 3 weeks in North and Central South in Feb and Mar 2016...message me if you want to know where to go and what to see.