El Nido Island Hopping Tour B
The El Nido Island Hopping Tour B’s major highlights are caves and coves. But more than just a visual treat, some of these points of interests are important historic sites that date back to ancient time. Cudugnon Cave for instance is where pottery and jewelry of Sung Dynasty were found. Travelers from Borneo were said to have crossed the ancient land bridge that used to connect Borneo to Palawan.
The Cathedral Cave, meanwhile, has a cavern that resembles a cathedral, hence the name. It can be accessed using a kayak and a dinghy. Let’s not forget about the powdery beaches of Entalula, Pinagbuyutan, and Snake Islands, where you can kick back and relax, go on a fun snorkeling activity, or watch the sun come down. If you’re up for it, trek to the top of Snake Island to get an amazing view of Bacuit Bay.