Struggling with which Boat Tour to pick for your El Nido itinerary? Staying at Lagen Island Resort, we did a private boat tour for six hours ($100) and did some research to see what we were most excited to see. Check out our adventure!

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Struggling with which Boat Tour to pick for your El Nido itinerary? Staying at Lagen Island Resort, we did a private boat tour for six hours ($100) and did some research to see what we were most excited to see. Check out our adventure! Remember these tips: bring water shoes, tons of sunscreen and a protective water case for your camera and try to go earlier in the day to avoid the crowds.

Big Lagoon

 

A breathtaking sight that you have to kayak to get to, but it is well worth it!

Big Lagoon

Big Lagoon

Small Lagoon

The Big Lagoon's litter sister that has more crevices to explore. Again, be ready to kayak!

Small Lagoon

Secret Lagoon

You crawl through a cave to get inside. Possibly my favorite stop! And to top it off it is right next to a beautiful beach.

Secret Lagoon

Secret Lagoon

Secret Lagoon

Snake Island

A beautiful sand bar where to two currents meet that will make you feel like you're walking on water. Don't forget to take the short hike to the vista point and take it in from above!

Snake Island

Dilumacad Island

A cozy little beach that you just might have all to yourself.

Dilumacad Island

Entalula Island

 

The perfect place to stop for lunch, a tropical drink and a picturesque view.

Cudugnon Cave

Also known as "Mickey Mouse" Cave. Warning: there are bats.

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