If its stillness and serenity that you’re after, this private peaceful island in El Nido is the perfect spot for you. Your own private island and a dreamy white sand beach, El Nido Island gives you that perfect relaxation vibe with all the comforts of home.
Named after the largest of its 1,780 islands, biodiversity hotspot Palawan is the “last ecological frontier” of the Philippines. The emerald archipelago is strung across turquoise waters, making island-hopping the best way to experience signature Palawan experiences like floating through an underground river, swimming in hidden lagoons, and diving among World War II shipwrecks.
Continue north to El Nido, located at the tip of the Palawan mainland, for island-hopping in a mesmerizing dreamscape: Bacuit Bay archipelago. Part of the nearly 350-square-mile El Nido-Taytay Managed Resource Protected Area, the largest marine sanctuary in the Philippines, the Bacuit Bay’s 45 jungle-cloaked islands and towering karst islets dot impossibly-clear blue waters.
If its stillness and serenity that you’re after, this peaceful island in El Nido is the perfect spot for you. Your own private island and a dreamy white sand beach, El Nido Island gives you that perfect relaxation vibe with all the comforts of home.
El Nido makes you feel like you’re lost in a tropical heaven. Nestled with sparkly fine sands, clear azure waters and towering cliffs and limestone karsts, this place makes you never want to leave. A truly beautiful island, Papaya Beach is a popular destination for people who want to loosen up and explore its waters.
Discover out of this world rock formations all around. Take this perfect opportunity for a thrill and mystery adventure like discovering a hidden beach for yourself. You just might then be tempted to take a dive in the secret shores of El Nido and feel secured while bawling your eyes out at such beauty.
A huge white beach that changes shape every season. The ancestral house designed by Lolo Fermin in 1991, It is ideal for some quality time with family and spiritual yogis and yoginis
Also nice to discover is our preserved jungle and bamboo forest. As well is the coral reef that surrounds the whole island. You can snorkel or kayak around the island within half an hour. Ideal for beginners and intermediate snorklers and kayakers.
6:30am: Optional Sadhana (Meditation)
7:00-8:30am: Pranayama, Vinyasa, Kundalini, Meditation by the island
9am-10am: Breakfast by the beach
10am: Island hopping
12:30pm: Lunch by the island
2pm: Island Tour (kayaking, snorkeling, walk around the island)
6pm: Dinner by the fire (Most Evenings)
8pm - Stargazing