Like I always say, El Nido is a post card ready place. It is a haven for photographers (both professional and casual), as wherever you look, there is something to capture. Each place has something unique to offer.
Some of the last few places we have visited for our second day in Palawan are included in island hopping tour B. Like I said in my previous post, the said island hopping tour is the one tour that you shouldn’t miss.
Just after our lunch, we visited Cudugnon Cave. From afar, it looks normal but heck there’s a catch: you need to slither your way to get in. Since I’m already there, I didn’t pass on a little adventure. Everyone is very helpful as they make sure to out some make shift cushion to avoid getting bumps and bruises from sharp edges of the stones. Once you get inside the cave (and after a minute or so of slithering), you will be transported to another dimension. As a teenager, I used to play RPG such as Grandia, Suikoden, etc. I can’t help but think of all those caves in the games and can’t believe that such wonder do really exist.
We also have the chance to pass by Cathedral Cave. We have decided that we are satisfied to have our picture taken at the mouth of the cave. Though if you have the energy, you can kayak or swim your way inside and explore what it has to offer.
Lastly, we visited “Seven Commando Beach”. This island is quite popular and when we got there, a lot of people are taking their time to play beach volleyball, bum in the beach or eat. Yes, this beach is a social beach where you can mingle with a lot of people and enjoy the beach with either a beer or a fresh coconut juice (by the way, I selected the latter). This island is also the perfect spot to catch the sunset.
Ended our first day of island hopping tour with a very burned skin and a smile embedded in my face.
‘Til the next pose & post!