3 Days of Peace and Nature in the island
You know those small spots located beside the islands of Visayas? Well those small spot just might be your next distraction from reality, from pristine sands to exotic animals and foods. Located along Bacuit Bay, it also allows you to experience a shallow hike to witness the serenity above atlantis. Dive in to its clear waters and rev up your snorkeling gear as Shimizu Island awaits your first steps - just watch out for jellyfish!
The term of secrecy in its name is not just a catchphrase, but a fuel for eagerness. As usual, this spot can be the finest of diving, snorkeling, and swimming, but what differs this from the others is the beauty that awaits you in the depths of Miniloc Island. It is only accessible through a small cave and in exchange, bestows you the sightseeing of a lifetime: harboring coconut trees, enfolding cliffs, and the serene view of the ocean that kisses you with its breeze
The soldiers that once awaited their children bravely stands in groups of palm trees, guarding the shore, but don’t worry, it is open for everyone! Turquoise water entices you to swim, dive, snorkel, and even drink and numerous rock formation allows you to climb a shallow platform to be serenaded by the ocean. It is a short distance between Papaya Beach and Vellago Resort so attention and grab your boots because we’re heading towards the Seven Commandos Beach, men!
Upon arrival at the airport, UNLTD Travel offers a fully air-conditioned transportation, ready to escort you to your designated hotel for a rest after a long flight.
UNLTD Travel allows you to lodge inside Ipil Suites along with an array of meals to fuel your trip on the following day.
Before a wharf drop off, the package of El Nido Tour A will be offered during the last day in which tourists will be encouraged to visit Shimizu Island, Seven Commando Beach, Secret Lagoon, and the Small and Big Lagoons.
The basic travel package includes everything you need to leave your boring life (for a few days).
It's free! Just kidding, you have to pay.
Starts at ₱ 5,088 / pax