Palawan: Miniloc Island

Located in the middle of Bacuit Bay in El Nido in the province of Palawan, Miniloc Island is the main island to visit in Tour A of the El Nido Island Hopping Tour.

Despite having mostly a jagged coastline, with only pockets of white sand beaches, Miniloc Island is famously known for two of the most beautiful lagoons in the tours of El Nido. 

Inside Small Lagoon
The first one of these two is called Small Lagoon. It is a beautiful lagoon that is hidden behind two large gate-like limestone rocks. It is reachable by means of swimming or kayaking through the gap of the said rock. You can read more about this lagoon by clicking this link: Small Lagoon
The entrance of the famous Big Lagoon

The other lagoon is called Big Lagoon. It is famously known for its beautiful entrance and passageway that leads to the lagoon. One can't help but snap photos of the azure waterway in the middle of two towering craggy limestone cliffs. It's probably the perfect backdrop for anyone looking for the best profile picture. You can read more about this lagoon by clicking this link: Big Lagoon

On the way to Miniloc Island!
Check out this karst formations
It's perfect to boating here too!
Overall, Miniloc Island is a perfect place to tour and visit in El Nido. You might not be able to traverse the whole island by land but there is a possibility that you could go around it by boat. Then again if you want to see the beauty of the island, visiting Small Lagoon and Big Lagoon would do. 

Getting there:

From Puerto Princesa City, ride a van going to El Nido (take note that it's a 5 hour trip). From there, you can avail of the island hopping tours being offered by the locals. If you want to visit Miniloc Island be sure to avail of Tour A.

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