El Nido, Palawan

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El Nido, Palawan by Our Awesome Planet
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Our Awesome Planet

El Nido (officially the Municipality of El Nido) is a first class municipality and managed resource protected area in the province of Palawan in the Philippines. It is about 420 kilometres (260 mi) southwest of Manila, and about 238 kilometres (148 mi) northeast of Puerto Princesa, Palawan’s capital. According to CNNGo, it is the Best Beach and Island destination in the Philippines[5][6] for its "extraordinary natural splendor and ecosystem."

Places of interest

  • Bacuit Bay
  • Cadlao Island
  • Dilumacad Island
  • El Nido Resorts
  • Miniloc Island
  • Lagen Island
  • Pangulasian Island
  • Vigan Island
  • Cudugnon Point
  • Matinloc Island
  • Pinasil Island
  • Aberawan River

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