El Nido Re­sorts

Action Asia - - PHILIPPINES - Ad­dress 3/F, Alveo Cor­po­rate Cen­ter, 728 28th St., Boni­fa­cio Global City, Taguig City 1634, Philip­pines Tel (63-2) 902 5934 or 902 5951 Mo­bile (63) 917 584 1576 Email hol­i­day@el­nidore­sorts.com Web­site www.el­nidore­sorts.com Face­book www.face­book.com/el­nido

Three decades ago, the north­ern­most tip of what we think is the most beau­ti­ful is­land in the world, El Nido, was still in its pris­tine state. This is when El Nido Re­sorts de­vel­oped Miniloc Is­land as the very first dive camp in the heart of Bacuit Bay. To­day El Nido Re­sorts also caters to divers with its PADI dive cen­ters in La­gen and Pan­gu­lasian Is­lands. There are 21 dive sites around the is­land re­sorts, wait­ing to be ex­plored. Just a few miles away from Miniloc Is­land Re­sort is South Miniloc – an un­con­tested favourite – where you can find schools of yel­low-lined snap­pers hov­er­ing over gi­gan­tic cab­bage corals. Nearby, a fring­ing reef known as Ab­deen's Rock awaits, home to ex­quis­ite par­rot­fish and sur­geon­fish. Res­i­dent cut­tle­fish might even pass by to say "Hi." Schools of yel­low-tailed fusilier cause traf­fic in Twin Rocks, a fring­ing reef with a steep slope. White-spot­ted ea­gle rays play hide-and-seek with you in Popol­can. At En­talula's dive sites, bar­racuda, blue-spot­ted st­ingrays, and al­most 400 re­eff­ish species wel­come you. Pan­gu­lasian's house and cor­ner reefs give you close en­coun­ters with sea tur­tles, black­tip sharks and, at times, reef man­tas. El Nido sits at the apex of the Coral Tri­an­gle, and is a Man­aged Re­source Pro­tected Area. With every plunge, we make sure that the mes­sage of ma­rine con­ser­va­tion and pro­tec­tion de­scends to the bot­tom of your hearts. Dive with us, and the rest of your dives will never be the same again. You might even refuse to as­cend.

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