El Nido is a coastal town in Palawan comprised of 45 islands and islets; beaches, clear waters, jungle, steep limestone cliffs and stunning inlets make for one of the world’s most beautiful seascapes.
Before El Nido became a popular tourist destination, fishing and harvesting swift nests “Nido” were the main source of income. Nowadays tourism has become the municipality’s main source of revenue.
The pristine waters of El Nido offer beautiful coral reefs, while its beaches are uncrowded unlike the popular Boracay, exploring the lagoons by kayak, coves and caves are also abundant. Inland El Nido, springs and waterfalls are also found.