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El Nido Island Hopping Tour B

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The next morning, we learned that another group would be joining us. Thee were four of them, all working as call center agents.

View from Hadefe Cottages
We were having the Tour B that day. This was composed of the following attractions:

1. Snake Island
2. Pangalusian Beach
3. Pinagbuyutan Island
4. Cathedral Cave
5. Candugon Cave

Our first stop was Pangalusian Beach, a pristine beach where we snorkeled.

View from Snake Island's peak

Snake Island

Next, we visited Snake Island. This was named as such because of the long sandbar connecting the island to another island. At the top of Snake Island was a hut where we were afforded a bird's eye view of the place. Lunch was also served here and I must say, Clin outdid himself. We had chicken, grilled pork, steamed crabs, grilled fish, pineapples, mangoes and even a salad of cucumbers and tomatoes, all presented artfully. Need I say that we were glad he was our boatman?

A feast!
Next, we headed for Cathedral Cave. There wasn't really anything to do here, just snap photos, because we couldn't get off the boat.

Cathedral Cave

Up next was Candugon Cave. We crawled through a small opening in order to see the natural cave formation inside. We had a fun time climbing the rocks and taking photos.

Candugon Cave
Our last stop was Pinagbuyutan Island. This was a large expanse of beach with coconut trees and nice, swimming areas. We stayed for a long time, just relaxing and swimming.

Pinagbuyutan Island

At around 4:30 pm, it was time to go back. I'll talk about our second day in the next post.


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