Kayaking

If you like to paddle, then Kayaking is one surefire way to slowly enjoy El Nido’s natural beauty.

Kayaking in El Nido is a highly recommended adventure activity that lets you enjoy the pouring sunshine and life’s simple pleasures. Paddle through the calm waters and explore the islands around Bacuit bay freely at your own pace. Get a water-level view of El Nido’s marine life with a clear kayak. Visit the nearby pristine beaches and bathe in crystal clear waters to your heart’s content.

You can choose to paddle across on your own or hire a professional kayak guide who could guide you to the nearby beaches and lagoons, and take photos of you while you relax. Our itinerary specialist can offer paddling options to suit your interests.

Inclusions

  • Kayak
  • English-Speaking Kayak Guide
  • Lunch or Snacks
  • Government Permits and Entrance Fees
  • Life Jackets and other water safety equipment on the boat

Not Included

  • Gratuities for your local guides are not included
  • Snorkeling Fins
  • Travel Insurance

Reminders

Please read our Terms & Conditions prior to adding this day tour to your Palawan itinerary. Please note that the Coast Guard might cancel boat trips due to sea conditions or bad weather for your safety. In this case, either a refund will be made or an alternative tour or activity would be suggested.

Make sure to bring your own towels, change of clothes, swim attire and your own snorkeling gear. And please let the guides know if you cannot swim, there are life vests available in the boat for everyone.

Maintain a 3-meter distance from the reef. Please help preserve the beauty of El Nido’s marine life by not touching or stepping on the corals while snorkeling. There are dangerous organisms that thrive on the coral reef.

Palawan Alternative promotes environmental awareness in the community and you can do your part by not contributing to the waste that harms marine life. Help us preserve the natural wonders of El Nido for the future generation by refraining from littering, using reusable bottles or containers and segregating wastes (biodegradable and non-biodegradable).

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